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GEP Opens a NEW Summer Service Learning Program in UGANDA.

The Summer Service Learning Program in Uganda will be GEP's first program in Africa. For more information including links to an application, please click here.

 

Summer Engineering and Technology Study Tours (SETS)

Applications are now closed for SETS Brazil and SETS India for the summer of 2015. Interviews are in the process of being annunced, and final acceptance results will be announced by March 20th!

 

Summer Engineering and Technology International Internships (SETII)

Applications are now closed for SETII 2015. Please keep an eye out for announcements of SETII 2016 applications in Fall Qtr 2015!

Internship Opportunities Listing

 

 

Heading to the Opportunity Job Fair on Saturday? Come by our table and say hello! Program Managers will be on hand to answer questions during whole fair. More info on the fair here: http://engineering.stanford.edu/event/opportunity-job-fair-2015

Stanford GEP is pleased to announce a new location for its Summer Engineering and Technology Study Tours (SETS) program: BRAZIL! Applications will be available starting on January 5th, 2015.

 

SETS Brazil joins programs in China and India as Stanford’s third program location for SETS. The purpose of the Study Tours is to provide engineering students with a 2-week opportunity to explore technology and engineering in developing economies. The proposed locations of SETS Brazil are Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Locations will be confirmed by January 5th.

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School of Engineering Graduate students can intern in China and Japan through the SETII program. Global Engineering Programs has worked with companies throughout China and Japan to provide unique internship opportunities for the Summer of 2015, some specific to graduate level students. Some examples are:

NEC, Bug Reduction R&D

Alibaba, Algorithm Engineer

DJI Innovations, Mechanical Engineer

Tuesday, December 30, 2014. 12:20 am