Engineering Education in a Global Context

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Description: Executive Summary 1 The Starting Line 2 The Global Engineer A Common Goal in Different Settings Global Engineering in National Contexts Brazil The Brazilian Engineering Workforce Brazilian Engineering Education China The Chinese Engineering Workforce Chinese Engineering Education Germany The German Engineering Workforce German Engineering Education Japan The Japanese Engineering Workforce Japanese Engineering Education Switzerland The Swiss Engineering Workforce Swiss Engineering Education United States The American Engineering Workforce American Engineering Education Global Engineering and Global Engineers 3 Developing Global Competence Current Programs and Practices Undergraduate Education Graduate Education Foreign Language Education Continuing Education Faculty Development University Development Four Conditions Georgia Tech's International Plan POLI/USP's Dual Degree Program Tsinghua's Dual Degree Programs SJTU-University of Michigan Collaboration TU Darmstadt's Doctoral Program ETH Zurich's International Recruitment of Faculty Members MIT International Science and Technology Initiative (MISTI) University of Tokyo's Internationalization Promotion Plan, 2005-2008 4 The Road to Championship Epilogue University Profiles Continental AG Team Biographies Appendix (appears only in the long, online version Final Report of the Global Engineering Excellence Initiative) References In Chapter 2, each country-Brazil, China, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, and the United States-is introduced from historical, economic, cultural, and social perspectives, followed by synopses of the country's engineering workforce and engineering education system.
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