DDEP SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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AUC Consortium DDEP Scholarships are awarded annually. All scholarship funds are provided by industry, private foundations and program graduates. Scholarship awards vary from tuition and fees only, room and board only, book allowance only, to full tuition, fees, room, board and books.

  • Scholarships are based on both academic excellence and financial need (minimum grade point averages range from 2.5 – 3.2 depending on the sponsoring donor).
  • Continued receipt of scholarship support is based upon:
  • Demonstrated academic progress towards the engineering degree each semester/quarter,
  • Meeting minimum grade point average requirements determined by the sponsoring organization, and
  • Continued funding by the sponsoring organization
  • Successful completion of AUC Consortium DDEP requirements

Scholarship recipients must be registered students of the AUC Consortium Dual Degree Engineering Program.
Registration is required every year of all matriculating students

Corporate and private scholarship applications are available in the AUC Consortium DDEP office throughout the academic year

AUC Consortium DDEP Scholarship applications are available every June, with awards granted in late August to mid September. The following is a link to the current scholarship application

Internships and Career Placement

SUMMER & CAREER PLACEMENT

Each semester recruiters from Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and small businesses visit the AUC Consortium DDEP office to recruit engineering students for summer, co-op, and permanent employment. A partial listing of these organizations includes:

Scholarships

AUC Consortium DDEP Scholarships are awarded annually. All scholarship funds are provided by industry, private foundations and program graduates. Scholarship awards vary from tuition and fees only, room and board only, book allowance only, to full tuition, fees, room, board and books.

  • Scholarships are based on both academic excellence and financial need (minimum grade point averages range from 2.5 – 3.2 depending on the sponsoring donor).
  • Continued receipt of scholarship support is based upon:
  • Demonstrated academic progress towards the engineering degree each semester/quarter,
  • Meeting minimum grade point average requirements determined by the sponsoring organization, and
  • Continued funding by the sponsoring organization
  • Successful completion of AUC Consortium DDEP requirements

Scholarship recipients must be registered students of the AUC Consortium Dual Degree Engineering Program.
Registration is required every year of all matriculating students

Corporate and private scholarship applications are available in the AUC Consortium DDEP office throughout the academic year

AUC Consortium DDEP Scholarship applications are available every May, with awards granted in August. The following is a link to the current scholarship application

Internships and Career Placement

SUMMER & CAREER PLACEMENT

Each semester recruiters from Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and small businesses visit the AUC Consortium DDEP office to recruit engineering students for summer, co-op, and permanent employment. A partial listing of these organizations includes:

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All engineering students are strongly advised and encouraged to enhance their academic knowledge with practical application gained through hands-on experience in the their field of study, through summer internship and co-op opportunities.

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