Global Horizons

It's no longer enough for engineers to know engineering--they need a global perspective. The Center for Global Engagement provides opportunities to expand your horizons to encompass the entire world.

Global E3

Global E3 is a consortium of more than 60 schools of engineering in the U.S. and nearly 20 countries, offering you an opportunity to study outside of your home country.

Leading universities and colleges around the world created Global E3 to give engineering students the opportunity to study their chosen subject while learning the valuable lessons only available through study abroad. With the Global E3 program, you’ll pay tuition to your home institution while studying overseas. You can study in the fall or spring semesters, or for the entire year. Internships and work co-ops are often available at employers located near the host university or college.

Today, multilingual, multicultural engineers are more important than ever. By participating in Global E3, you’ll gain the language, cultural skills, and professional experience needed to excel in today’s global economy.

Contact the Center for Global Engagement for more information or to apply to become a Global E3 engineer!

Global Programs News

With international academic and professional partnerships, we are always doing something exciting. Check out the latest news from the Office of Global Programs.

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Three images together. One shows Carla Archuleta, the other Abel Keeley and the third is a drawing of a health care professional monitoring patients using the device the students developed.

Student Team Shares Top Prize for Global Health Care Idea

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Four different images of students enjoying international experiences, including a student sitting on top of an image of the globe.

Global Adventures to Continue at Cambridge for Recent Graduate

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Jared Goulding presents masks to Union Hospital's Doug Smith.

Chinese Parents Show Campus, Community Gratitude

Katherine Hammet

Katherine Hammett

Katherine Hammett, senior director of Global Programs, has been assisting international students in higher education for more than 20 years. Leading Rose-Hulman’s Global Programs since 2014, she is committed our strategic vision of ensuring Rose-Hulman remains aculturally diverse and globally connected institute of higher learning.

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Contact Us

Center for Global Engagement
Mussallem Union, lower level
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
5500 Wabash Avenue
Terre Haute, IN 47803
global@rose-hulman.edu
812-877-8810

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