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University of Connecticut School of Engineering EAGLES: Engineers As Global Leaders for Energy Sustainability

Overview

The Engineers As Global Leaders for Energy Sustainability (EAGLES) is a prestigious transatlantic dual-degree program in the area of Energy Sustainability.

The objective of the EAGLES program is to produce graduates in engineering able to confront developing global challenges in Energy Sustainability.

Candidates will obtain strong skills in scientific analysis, computer and mathematical modelling in addition to a deep knowledge of the complex problems of energy sustainability. They will also receive professional development to prepare them to act as global leaders in the field.

Eagles offers:

  • A great international experience in the couple of great European Universities
  • A unique opportunity to internationalize your engineering credentials
  • Stipend for studying in Europe for one year and getting a double Master of Science degree focused on energy sustainability
  • An opportunity to learn or improve Italian and Spanish

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To achieve the objectives, the funding is provided by

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The European Union-United States Atlantis Program

Contact

Aida Ghiaei
Program Manager, UConn EAGLES
261 Glenbrook Road Unit 2237
Storrs, CT 06269
aida@engr.uconn.edu
Phone: (860) 486-6523
Fax: (860) 486-5111