Global Education

Providing an over-arching framework for global engineering education is critical to the future of young people. College identify a number of characteristics of a “globally educated student” that include: specific content knowledge, a commitment to service of others, fluency in one or more world languages, orientation to a new paradigm of leadership and work style, international experience, and skills to analyze and solve problems collaboratively with people of diverse backgrounds.Leading in a global age requires educators to work with students today with an eye on what they will need tomorrow. Colleges are committed to providing all students with a learning environment where they are challenged in age-appropriate ways to use their knowledge in innovative, practical, and flexible contexts in preparation for the future. English is the language of instruction in all subjects within the Institute, and all papers and theses must be written in English.