the whiting school of engineering seeks to:
- enhance wse international presence and broadening opportunities that serve our students and faculty well.
- enhance research and academic reputation and global visibility of wse.
- enhance intellectual stimulation, 三级韩3creativity, and 三级韩4student diversity.
- develop and promote international programs that positively impact critical global issues.
- enhance international experience, discovery, and intercultural competencies for wse undergraduate students.
to this end, the whiting school of engineering has numerous active academic partnerships with peer institutions abroad that enhance collaborative research and education. these include faculty-initiated international research collaborations in engineering and science and academic programs that enhance students’ international experiences and prepares them for careers in a global environment.
among the school’s current international collaborators are:
- ecole polytechnique fédérale de lausanne – epfl (switzerland)
- india institute of technology – bombay (india)
- nanjing university (china)
- national university of singapore (singapore)
- shanghai jiao tong university (china)
- technical university of denmark (denmark)
- technical university of munich (germany)
- technion-israel institute of technology (israel)
- tsinghua university (china)
- korea university (korea)
- universidad carlos iii (spain)
- ministry of education of the republic of china (taiwan)
- us-japan digital innovation hub
- vinacademy (vietnam)
- pembroke college and pembroke-king’s college – cambridge (u.k.)
learn more about international opportunities for whiting school of engineering undergraduates, including students groups and summer travel fellowships.
learn about johns hopkins engineering exchange programs with partnering universities in israel, mumbai, singapore, and switzerland.
learn about undergraduate and graduate student exchange programs through the office of study abroad.
for more information about wse’s international initiatives, contact hedy alavi, assistant dean for international programs: 410-516-6022.