Freshmen global seminar
Upcoming freshmen global seminars
More information about upcoming freshmen global seminars for the 2019-20 academic year is coming in summer 2019.
- A freshmen global seminar is an incredible opportunity for first-year College of Science and Engineering students to go abroad with faculty and CSE staff.
- Visit companies, universities, and research centers.
- Take advantage of an excellent professional development and networking opportunity.
- Get to know faculty, CSE staff, and other CSE students while learning in the real world.
- No language pre-requisites.
- Program fee includes one credit, round trip airfare, housing, tours, special events, some group meals, and international health insurance. The fees will be finalized during Fall Semester, but are estimated to be between $4,300 and $5,300.
- Talk with your family about adding one of these experiences to your freshman year.
- Apply for a passport if you don’t already have one.
- Attend information meetings during the start of Fall Semester!
- Each seminar will have a limit of 25 students. Applications will be reviewed after the Monday, Oct. 15, 2018 deadline.
- Accepted participants will be required to confirm their place in the seminar with confirmation materials, a $400 deposit billed through the student account system, and a copy of your passport.
- Questions can be directed to the CSE International Office at email@example.com.
What past participants say
"I had an amazing time abroad! Traveling with your classmates is a completely different experience than traveling with your family."
"Going abroad with CSE was one of the best experiences of my Freshman year. I made amazing friends, and I made connections with international researchers. The tours of the labs and research facilities were a once in a lifetime opportunity that I will always remember… Studying abroad was a fantastic choice for me and I highly recommend it to all students."
"This experience was extremely valuable to me as a student… I would absolutely recommend other CSE students to take advantage of it."