Getting an international experience
It's true. Many jobs in engineering have a global aspect,
whether you'll one day work in another country or have interactions
with business people from other cultures. Doing an internship in
another country will give you a unique perspective.
We have experience with two international internship programs that you could check into.
Learn about internships through the US Army Corps of Engineers. For additional information, contact Maki Hirotani, assistant professor of Japanese
Internships in the fields of chemistry, physics, earth sciences
and engineering. For additional information, contact Andreas
Michel, professor of German and European Studies
Rose-Hulman also encourages studying abroad. Learn more on the Student Affairs section of our website.