The Case School of Engineering partners with sister institutions in China, Taiwan and Thailand to offer unique learning opportunities for international students who want to study both inside and outside their countries' borders. Some students earn simply course credits with their home-country universities for Case Western Reserve classes while others earn degrees from both organizations.
Below is a variety of institutions and programs we offer. International students interested in these types of experiences should contact their advisors in their home-country institutions.
Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)
The Case School of Engineernig hosts undergraduate students from Chulalongkorn University in the summer months for research with various faculty members. Faculty in the Department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering also visit Chulalongkorn in the summer month to teach courses.
Hebei University of Technology (China)
National Cheng Kung University (Tiawan)
National Tsing Hua University (Tiawan)
The Case School of Engineering partners with each of these institutions to offer 2+2 Degree Programs. With a 2+2, students study for two years at their home-country schools. They then travel to Case Western Reserve for two years of study and earn a joint undergraduate degree from both institutions.
Tianjin University (China)
The Case School of Engineering sponsors six to eight Ph.D. candidates annually, who are recipients of the Chinese Scholarship Council scholarships for graduate education and research. These students earn their doctorates from Case Western Reserve before returning home to China.
The Case School of Engineering also offers a four-week summer exchange program for undergraduate students enrolled at Tianjin University.