GlobalE3 or Global Engineering Education Exchange (E3) was born in 1995 from the idea of a group of prestigious universities from around the world which, recognizing the growing demand on the part of the global market for graduates in technical-scientific subjects with international experience, have formed a network to promote international student mobility. The Global E3 consortium is made up of more than 70 universities in 20 different countries, and is administered by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in New York. This network includes 37 universities in the United States and 39 universities in the rest of the world, including the Politecnico di Milano.
For more info see: https://www.iie.org/Programs/Global-E3/About
Exchange program and economic support
Students of the Politecnico di Milano can apply for the exchange program to spend one or two semesters of a study period abroad in any university of the Network - within the United States of America or in the rest of the world. The credits of the exams taken at the partner university are recognized upon return from experience and replace a part of the curriculum of studies at the Polytechnic. Mobility is based on a reciprocal relationship, i.e. the student continues to pay taxes at the Politecnico thIf you want to apply for a mobility under the GlobalE3 program, read the call for application carefullynls to the agreements of the Network.
How to participate
The call for application within GlobalE3 program is closed.