Browse the programs and projects below to get a glimpse of what SDJU faculty, students, and alumni are doing around the globe.
The Asia Summer Program (ASP) is a three-week international summer program focused on topics relevant to Asia. Its primary aim is to foster future leaders who have a strong understanding of Asian cultures, a broad and creative mindset, and a talent for international collaboration. The learning environment is friendly and inter-cultural, often involving students from universities all across Asia and beyond.
The topics for this international Bremen Summer Camp at Hochschule Bremen – City University of Applied Sciences (HSB) includes: German language, culture and regional studies; lectures on Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics, Information Technology; workshop on Intercultural Competences.
As part of the further development of the mutual understanding and cooperation between Institute of Technology Tallaght (IT Tallaght) and SDJU, the three-week summer school facilitates the improvement of the participants’ English, and knowledge of computer software.
This summer program is designed to start with academic English training in subjects related to Entrepreneurship and Innovation. While learning and improving language skills, SDJU participants have an opportunity to learn the essential concepts of innovative entrepreneurship, including: Entrepreneurial Opportunity Identification, Leadership for Innovation, Enterprise Opportunity Development, Business Launch and Development. In addition to classroom lectures taught by McMaster faculty, planned is experiential skills development that includes group performances and guided team development activities.
The purpose of this program is to introduce participants to American language and culture. The Purdue University Northwest (PNW) staff and faculty provides lectures, presentations, and campus tours to fulfil the objectives of this learning experience.
This program offers introductory lectures and English training to SDJU students. In addition, the tour and sightseeing activities are arranged. The summer program allows a smooth transition of SDJU students to attend degree programs at Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech) at a late date, if they decide to.
This program offers a series of summer courses on German Language and Culture at Hochschule Kaiserslautern – University of Applied Sciences (HSKL). Local company visit is planned as well.
This summer training program is focused and responds to the needs of the global Electrical Engineering industry, providing an international education for students that will work in the global co-operations in China. SDJU graduate students experience an American education at Lawrence Technological University (LTU) and are able to receive great benefits by attending classes and activities on LTU’s main campus.
This program offers a series of summer courses on German Language and Culture at Munich University of Applied Sciences (MUAS).
This three-week program provides SDJU participants with an opportunity to learn the essential concepts of culture and international business, including: Cultural Languages, Cultural Intelligence, Leadership, Negotiations, Global Labour Market, and Global Supply Chain. In addition to classroom lectures taught by University of Northern Iowa (UNI) faculty, planned are international cultural activities and company visits.