The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is gearing up to reinforce its engineering programs to attract and keep the smartest students and academics as well as maintain the university’s world-class standards. To do this, the university is poised to start its massive renovation and rebuilding project in October for the first phase.
A recent study of student populations in US college cities has shown that Pittsburgh ranks second largest when it comes to the number of college students living and studying in the city with 95,436 students, and Lincoln is ranked the third largest, with 52,609 students.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL)’s unique support services for international students underpins a memorable study experience in one of the oldest, most respected research universities in the United States.
Three of the five EduCo-partner institutions in the United States – Duquesne University (DQU), New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL) – are holding webinars to forge a strong relationship with students even before they arrive on campus. These webinars aim to equip students and education agents with knowledge about the
International students can still apply for enrolment in the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Fall 2019 intake and avail of up to 50% scholarships. They can also qualify on their second year to apply for paid opportunities doing research along with their professors. This was disclosed by Julia Tracewski, marketing director of EduCo U.S. operations, after Nebraska’s