The Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Student Affairs and Global Programs works to promote, coordinate, and implement SEAS’ mission to train globally competent engineers.
We believe that an international study and/or research dimension is essential in order to raise the visibility of Columbia Engineering in the international arena, and that overseas study or work experience is a vital element that enhances the career potential and skill set of our students.
Please explore our webpages to learn more about studying abroad, interning abroad, and funding resources available to SEAS students. The office is excited to share a wide breadth of global opportunities and works with individual students to determine the most engaging opportunities best fitted to each student’s academic and professional goals. Make sure to take a look at our student reflections for a glimpse of what previous students have gained from their global experiences!
The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science
Office of Undergraduate Student Affairs & Global Programs
530 Mudd Building
500 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027