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Undergraduate global impact

The Fulton Schools benefit from a globally diverse undergraduate student body that brings different perspectives and ideas to solving the world’s great problems through engineering and technology.

Additionally, many Fulton students also take advantage of the opportunity to experience a new culture, learn professional practices used outside of the U.S., become competitive in a global job market and/or see the world in a new ways by participating in a wide variety of Study Abroad programs.

  • 16,907 undergraduate students from 131 countries completing degrees since 2007
  • 18,870 current undergraduate students from 123 countries
  • 1,429 Fulton students have returned from Study Abroad programs to 65 countries since 2009

How to use the map

  1. Click on a country to view data (or search).
  2. Some countries have related data tables at the bottom.
  3. Click on to see specifics of partnerships.

International student resources

An international student from India stands by his research poster at FURIUndergraduate international student? Find information and resources you need here. Graduate international student? Go to the Graduate International Students page.

Global engineering education

Kelly Anderson in safari vehicle photographing a cheetahInterested in studying abroad? Interested in connecting with like-minded friends on campus? Want to learn a language? Find information about Fulton-specific resources as well as links to resources across ASU.

Diversity and inclusion

A group of first-generation students pose for a photo.We are committed to providing opportunities to pursue meaningful engineering careers to women and other underrepresented demographic groups.

How to use the map

  1. Click on a country to view data (or search).
  2. Some countries have related data tables at the bottom.
  3. Click on to see specifics of partnerships.

The Fulton Schools benefit from a globally diverse undergraduate student body that brings different perspectives and ideas to solving the world’s great problems through engineering and technology.

Additionally, many Fulton students also take advantage of the opportunity to experience a new culture, learn professional practices used outside of the U.S., become competitive in a global job market and/or see the world in a new ways by participating in a wide variety of Study Abroad programs.

  • 16,907 undergraduate students from 131 countries completing degrees since 2007

  • 18,870 current undergraduate students from 123 countries

  • 1,429 Fulton students have returned from Study Abroad programs to 65 countries since 2009