UF in Dublin: Introduction to International Engineering

Spend Spring Break with us and learn about the different engineering fields in an international context. UF in Dublin: Introduction to International Engineering offers students a chance to explore the different engineering fields offered by HWCOE through the perspective of universities, industries, and organizations in Ireland. Student will have the opportunity to learn and develop their professional and intercultural competencies in a global environment. During these visits, students participate in site visits and seminars to help them make informed decisions about choosing a major and the career opportunities available to them. 

Trinity College Dublin
  • Learn about different engineering fields and career opportunities beyond the classroom
  • Visit historical monuments in the city and learn about the construction and development of the city from an engineer’s perspective
  • Develop interest and understanding of the implications of cultural and contextual differences for engineers at home and abroad
  • Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
    Cliffs of Moher

As the capital and largest city in Ireland, the city of Dublin offers the amenities of a culturally rich city. However, a small population of 1.5 million, gives Dublin the welcoming atmosphere of a small town. The city is abuzz with activity and visitors will be enthralled by the numerous restaurants, art galleries, museums, theaters, shops and music venues. As part of the program, you will participate on industry visits (such as Dublin AerospacePfizer’s Grange Castle Biotech Plant, and National Chemical Company) as well as go on excursions to the Cliffs of Moher, Aviva Stadium, Trinity College, and Dublin Castle. 

Program Information

  • Dates: March 1- March 8, 2020
  • Suitable for first year students and exploratory engineers 
  • More information: Ping Neo at pneo@eng.ufl.edu 
  • Application LINK HERE
  • Scholarships ($500) available for qualified engineering students 
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