Eurotech Students in Germany: Preparation, Experience and Outcome

@inproceedings{Michaels2012EurotechSI,
  title={Eurotech Students in Germany: Preparation, Experience and Outcome},
  author={Daisy A. Michaels},
  year={2012}
}
Higher education study abroad programs for U.S. students are on the rise. A variety of undergraduate disciplines are being coupled with international components to bring U.S. students to a higher level of global awareness to meet the demands of today’s economy. The University of Connecticut’s Eurotech Program is an example of this trend. Its students earn degrees in both German and engineering in a five year program. They are given practical training through study and internships in Germany… CONTINUE READING

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