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Find out how our unique cooperative education program provides international students with professional work experience before they graduate.
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Drexel provides an individualized path that allows students to achieve their personal goals. Check out the stories below to see where a Drexel education can take you.
Alex Uboldi (Marketing) knew that a college degree wasn't enough to prepare him for the media world.
Alexis China (Product Design) chose Drexel to complement her variety of interests and to be prepared for life after graduation from the start.
Chanel Miller (Health Sciences) chose Drexel to help people reach their best health potentials while enriching her education with diverse opportunities.
Josue Manjarrez (Biomedical Engineering) values the cultural knowledge he's gained because of Drexel's diverse student body.
Orcel Kounga (Computer Engineering) decided Drexel would be the right step toward his end goal.
Tauheed Baukman (Materials Science and Engineering) delved into research as a first-year student through Drexel's Students Tackling Advanced Research (STAR) Scholars program.