International Engineering Program

Welcome to UConn!


Please join us for an informational session to learn more about what our International Engineering Program offers!

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Program Locations


Germany - Eurotech

France - Technopole

Spain - ESP


The School of Engineering at the University of Connecticut International Engineering Programs offer an unparalleled experience for students looking to become truly global engineers. Graduates from this program earn two degrees simultaneously: a B.S. in an engineering discipline and a B.A. in French, German, Chinese, or Spanish. By combining the power of a strong engineering program, immersion in a foreign language and culture and a year abroad, the five-year program graduates students prepared for rewarding careers in a diverse array of fields around the world.

International Engineering Programs provide current students with resources to learn beyond the classroom. Immersion in a foreign country offers a chance for students to gain exciting and new knowledge, resulting in a life-changing experience. The School of Engineering is also home to various number of international students who wish to promote cross-cultural interactions among students of all nationalities and background.

Visit the IEP homepage to learn more.

Dual Degree Registration


If you are interested in pursuing one of these world-class programs, you will need to enroll as a dual degree student. Once you have met with us, please follow this link, and the below instructions.

After logging in, navigate down towards the bottom of the page and select "Add New Major". Make sure you scroll down to ESP, Eurotech, Asiatech or Technopole to add the additional degree. Please do not select French, German, Chinese, or Spanish because it will drop you from Engineering.

Once the request has been processed, you will be assigned additional advisor from CLAS, Alyssa O'Keefe.  Alyssa will conduct a GEN ED survey to plan out what courses you will need. You will then be referred to correct advisor for your program.


Contact Us!

Jennifer Terni, Department of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages:

Dr. Nick Delaney, School of Engineering: