When it comes to preparing future engineers for an increasingly globalised workplace and cluing them into the agricultural, economic and cultural realities surrounding them, PURPAN firmly believes in maximising their exposure to the international arena.
The School puts a series of teaching methods and offers into practice to give all students chance to enjoy a three-month international experience in an English-speaking country. Close to 95% of our students follow at least two extended placements abroad during their course (i.e. a total of approximately nine months).
Interpersonal skills development and language teachers play an integral role in these international placements.
Therefore, international mobility for PURPAN’s students represents a field of excellence in the School’s teaching philosophy. On average, 350 students perform an internship or university-based semester abroad every year.