Northwestern University

Fri 11:30 PM

APPLICATION DEADLINE - Germany Global Engineering Trek: Sustainability

When: Friday, April 6, 2018
11:30 PM - 11:45 PM  

Where: Online

Audience: Student

Cost: Free to apply

Contact: Mike McMahon   847.467.1361

Group: ISEN

Category: Global & Civic Engagement

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ISEN is committed to empowering future global leaders in sustainability and energy. To accomplish this goal, ISEN is pleased to offer a range of study abroad opportunities in collaboration with interdisciplinary partners from across Northwestern.

Immediately prior to the start of the Fall Quarter 2018, students will travel to world-leading companies and research institutes in the Heidelberg, Stuttgart, and Frankfurt region. In addition to touring cleantech startups and global corporations, participants will gain exposure to global internship and job opportunities including those related to biotech, organic photovoltaics, sustainable materials, big data/smart cities, renewable energy, and sustainable production chains.

This GET Sustainability program is open to freshmen only from ALL undergraduate majors, with an emphasis on students such as engineers and scientists with an interest in technology. Cross-school participation is encouraged. It is important to note that participants do not receive academic credit for this program.

Program Details

--Program dates: September 11 - 22, 2018
--Application deadline for students: This deadline has been extended to April 6, 2018 (11:59 PM, CST)
Deadline for submission of letters of recommendation: April 7, 2018 (11:59 PM, CST)
--Who should apply? This program is reserved exclusively for Northwestern undergraduate students who are in their freshman year at the time of the application deadline. The program is designed for students in any major who have an interest in sustainable technology. Undergraduates who are currently sophomores, juniors, or seniors are not eligible for the Germany program.
--Academic credit: This study abroad experience carries no academic credit.
--Financial assistance and cost: Up to 100% need-based financial aid may be available, proportional to the applicant’s current level of university financial aid. Cost to participants without financial aid is $1,000. All airfare, in-country travel related to the program, lodging, and meals will be covered by the program.
--Language: No prior knowledge of German is required.

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