Education Abroad for Engineering
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WHY STUDY ENGINEERING ABROAD?
No matter the field of engineering, there is a high probability that engineers will work on an international level at some point in their career. Whether it is collaborating with professionals or clients from around the world, teaching abroad, or taking part in an overseas project, opportunities for engineers are increasingly global. Incorporating an international experience in a UW-Platteville engineering degree increases students' access to knowledge and theory from around the world and enables future engineers to learn and share new approaches to engineering education and problem solving.
Upon graduation, having international experience on a resume can also help distinguish applicants in the competitive job market. It can help demonstrate a global perspective of the field and real-world issues, flexibility and adaptability, and knowledge of and openness to other cultures.
PROGRAMS RECOMMENDED BY THE Engineering DEPARTMENTs
The Engineering Departments have not identified any recommended programs for their students. Students can ask their academic advisors if they have any recommended programs and/or courses based on their personal or other advisees' experiences abroad.
Contact Education Abroad Alumni
Interested in hearing from other engineering students who have studied abroad? The following education abroad alumni are interested in connecting with prospective participants and may be contacted with questions and for more information about their experiences abroad.
|Name||Program||Major, Minor||Term Abroad|
|Carley Bevry||University of Limerick, Ireland||Environmental Engineering||Spring email@example.com|
|Logan Brecklin||Renewable Energy in Nicaragua, Nicaragua||Electrical Engineering, Renewable Energy||Spring Break firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Zach Bubolz||Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands||Industrial Engineering||Fall email@example.com|
|Kyle Denn||University of Limerick, Ireland||Industrial Engineering and Mathematics||Spring firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Victoria Dittman||The History of Science and Technology in Europe, Europe||Mechanical Engineering||Summer email@example.com|
|Eric Hoppe||University of Newcastle, Australia||Mechanical Engineering||Spring firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Andrea Larson||Renewable Energy in Nicaragua, Nicaragua||Industrial Engineering||Spring Break email@example.com|
|Kim Laufenberg||University of Canterbury, New Zealand||Environmental Engineering, Mathematics and Renewable Energy||Spring firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rachael McWilliams||China Short Study Tour, China||Industrial Engineering, Business Administration||Spring email@example.com|
|Hannah Molitor||Spanish-American Institute of International Education, Spain||Chemistry and Environmental Engineering, Spanish||Spring firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Reed Slaby||Hochschule Darmstadt, Germany||Electrical Engineering||Spring email@example.com|
|Marissa Wildeck||The History of Science and Technology in Europe, Europe||Civil Engineering||Summer firstname.lastname@example.org|
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WHERE ENGINEERING STUDENTS HAVE RECENTLY STUDIED
- GlobaLinks Internship, Chile
- Hochschule Darmstadt, Germany
- Jönköping University, Sweden
- Kassel International Winter University, Germany
- Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies, Japan
- National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland
- Renewable Energy and Green Building Best Practices, Germany
- Renewable Energy in Nicaragua, Nicaragua
- Spanish-American Institute of International Education, Spain
- The History of Science and Technology in Europe, Europe
- Universite Stendhal, France
- Université de Technologie Belfort-Montbéliard, France
- University of Canterbury, New Zealand
- University of Limerick, Ireland
- University of Newcastle, Australia
- University of the South Pacific, Fiji
- Veritas University, Costa Rica
- Visual Art in Rome, Italy
- Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
- Wisconsin in Scotland, Scotland