Studying Abroad is No Longer an Option - It’s a Necessity.
Today, rapidly expanding boundaries of knowledge and technology have brought the world closer than ever before. Employers know that students who have successfully completed a study abroad program attain international market knowledge and other valuable transnational competencies, such as:
- Cross-cultural communication skills
- Flexibility and resilience
- Analytical skills
- The ability to adapt to new circumstances
- A deep understanding of local customs and cultural contexts
Interested in graduate study abroad or dual-degree programs?
The College of Computing provides three computing-specific study abroad and dual-degree study opportunities for our graduate students: