International Studies

International students

International students at UNT

Did you know that about 2,500 international students representing 140 countries call UNT their home? Within the Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering alone, there are 50 international students. 

UNT and MEE celebrate the university’s increasing global population and offer an environment that welcomes and respects internationalism, collaboration and diversity. Students are supported by faculty and staff who supply inspiration and guidance throughout their academic careers and beyond, and cultural student organizations and campus-wide events help create a second home for students attending UNT from around the world.

The university also supplies many resources to help students achieve success. Links to sites and documents frequently used by international students can be found in the resource bar at left. For information about how to apply to the university as an international student, visit UNT-International. This site offers translation services, detailed application instructions and testimonials of UNT students from across the world. 

Still have questions? Find answers to common questions at Ask UNT or talk with an advisor.

 

Study Abroad with the Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering

The University of North Texas is dedicated to ensuring students receive a globally-relevant education. Studying abroad is a rewarding experience that offers lifelong benefits, and every interaction is an opportunity to learn and to share your culture with others. Students who study abroad enjoy sightseeing as well as completing interesting, innovative classwork and research in other countries. 

The Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering will offer a 2012 summer study abroad course in China, MEEN 4110: Alternative Energy Sources. The course is open to all majors. Students will travel to Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai to study alternative energy and to experience China’s 5000 years of unique culture and history.

Learn about MEE's global learning opportunities and the benefits of studying abroad