ECE Graduate Handbook
The Engineering Co-op & Career Services Office
The Engineering Co-op & Career Services Office assists students in finding cooperative education, summer internships, and part-time engineering positions. Students participating in these programs earn a salary, gain professional experience, integrate theory into practice, and confirm career choices. For further information, please visit the Engineering Co-op & Career Services Office at http://www.coop.engr.umd.edu
Graduate Student Life
The Graduate Student Life (GSL) office was established to provide programming and advocacy for graduate student needs on campus as well as to promote interdisciplinary interaction and campus community for all graduate students. The office conducts research on graduate students’ quality of life and advocates for graduate students’ needs. Other services include social programming, involvement in organizations and committees, and much more.
International Education Services
For more information, visit the GSL web site at http://www.union.umd.edu/GSL. The GSL office maintains the Graduate Student Life Handbook online at http://www.union.umd.edu/GH
The Office of International Education Services (OIS) provides a wide range of information and services to International Students and scholars including:
- The evaluation of transcripts for all applicants who have completed academic coursework outside of the U.S.
- Orientation services for international students.
- Counseling students on immigration concerns, financial problems, and cross-cultural issues.
- Assisting departments in obtaining appropriate visas for visiting scholars and faculty members.
- Provide advisement and programs for American and international students interested in studying outside the U.S.
For more information, visit the OIS web site at http://www.international.umd.edu/ies
Maryland English Institute
The Maryland English Institute (MEI) provides programs and courses for non-native speakers of English. MEI also offers a variety of part-time non-credit courses, customized programs for special purposes, and evaluation of the English language proficiency for international students and international teaching assistants. For more information, visit the MEI web site at http://www.mei.umd.edu
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