Engineering International Student Programs (EISP)

College services | Resources | Diversity, Equity, Inclusion | Professional Development | Student Life Involvement | Domestic and International Outreach

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 GRAINGER COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING!

Engineering International Student Programs (EISP) are part of the Engineering Undergraduate Programs Office (UPO) in the Grainger College of Engineering. Located in Access Point (Office 3322), we provide opportunities to enhance international and domestic student success through academic, professional, and leadership development!

Get Involved

EISP also partners with campus-wide liaisons to enhance opportunities for international student development. Get involved and strengthen your success with Engineering International Student Programs!

Build your network

EISP programs encourage networking with students, faculty, staff, advisors, deans, and administrators in the Grainger College of Engineering and as well as the campus community.

Grow Professional

EISP also partners with campus-wide liaisons to enhance opportunities for international student development. Get involved and strengthen your success with Engineering International Student Programs!

Professional Pillars

The Engineering International Student Programs focuses on academic and professional success. EISP aims to grow community and make all student feel welcomed. Get involved with campus-life and the local community.

Academic Competence

To develop skills, attitudes, and behaviors that contribute to students’ academic success. These skills and attitudes fall within two broad domains – academic skills and academic enablers.

Professional Competence

To develop skills, knowledge and attributes that are specifically valued by the professional associations, organizations and bodies connected to your future career.

Professional Networking

To expand your knowledge and capability by interacting with other professionals in your career field. Think of networking simply as talking with people, getting to know them, and letting them get to know you.

Student Life Experience & Engagement

To enhance the educational mission of Grainger College of Engineering by engaging students outside of the classroom through programs, events, leadership opportunities, dialogues, and civic engagement.

Cultural Competence

To understand and respect values, attitudes, beliefs, and mores that differ across cultures, and to consider and respond appropriately to these differences in planning, implementing, and evaluating health education and promotion programs and interventions.

Civic Engagement

To develop individual and collective actions designed to identify and address issues of public concern. Civic engagement can take many forms, from individual voluntarism to organizational involvement to electoral participation.