Centered in Evanston, Illinois
- A vibrant suburb of Chicago, sits Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
- Singing the praises of whole-brain engineering, Northwestern University provides students with top of the line technological resources and renowned professors.
- Sitting on the coast of Lake Michigan, Northwestern boasts multiple state-of-the-art academic facilities on its campus which serve as a hub for learning and collaboration.
- One of its most prominent facilities is the Technological Institute, which houses all the engineering departments.
Northwestern University has always been a leader in innovation across all its disciplines, but prides itself on its dynamic engineering program.
- As listed on their website, the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences provides an international student with an education needed to conduct research at the boundaries of disciplines and make fundamental contributions to your field, prepare for a career in academia, and position yourself for a hands-on leadership role in the engineering workforce.
- Living up to its motto of “AND is in our DNA,” Northwestern also offers programs of interdisciplinary education which combine curricula and research from other departments such as the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences and the Feinberg School of Medicine.
For an international student planning to study engineering, there are many options for choosing a field of study at Northwestern University.
- Across eight different engineering departments, there are dozens of full-time and part-time graduate degree programs, including biotechnology, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, and engineering design and innovation.
- A full list of degrees offered can be found here: McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Graduate Programs.