Global Education (GE) at the Colorado School of Mines is led by a dynamic team dedicated to supporting and coordinating Mines’ global endeavors. Hailing from a wide variety of backgrounds, our team offers an array of technical expertise on international collaborative agreements, immigration, international student and scholar services, risk management, insurance services, and education-abroad program development.
The Colorado School of Mines is known globally for the quality of its distinctive graduates, the success of its alumni, and its unique expertise in topics related to earth, energy and the environment. With over 700 international students, over 400 students studying abroad annually, and over 300 faculty conducting research, teaching, and leading other activities in countries around the world, Mines is now more global than at any point in its history.
GE supports a network of global partnerships to deliver high-quality education, ignite international projects, and expand access to international experiences for the entire University. Students and faculty from across the globe are drawn to Mines’ supportive and collaborative education environment: hands-on research, risk taking, and problem solving define Mines’ approach to teaching and learning. We believe that global education enriches our community and positively impacts the world, so we are proud to serve as the central hub for global-education resources for carrying out a variety of functions and activities at Mines.
Colorado School of Mines, in partnership with CEA Study Abroad, now offers an innovative First Year Semester Abroad Experience (FYSAE) in Antibes, France. The first FYSAE student cohort departed for their semester-long program in Spring 2021! Learn more by clicking the link above.
The Office of Global Education develops and maintains partnerships with peer universities, research institutions, and government agencies around the world . . .
Collaborative Online International Learning or COIL is a virtual exchange program aimed at supporting faculty in creating structured collaborative international learning experiences . . .
Travel procedures apply to education abroad activities sponsored or organized by any department or organization at the Colorado School of Mines, including group travel organized by Mines’ departments and units . . .