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Student Video Profiles

Watch the above video of five of our engineering graduate students discussing what they do in the city beyond their studies, and how these experiences make their stay here a unique one. WATCH MORE VIDEOS

Student Profiles

Electrical Engineering Ph.D. student Jeffrey Driscoll's research on speeding up silicon chips has not only won him a major award but may also lead to more versatile optical communications networks. Driscoll's paper, "First Demonstration of Quasi-Phase-Matched Four-Wave-Mixing in Silicon Waveguides,” earned him top honors in the annual Theodore Maiman Student Paper Competition. READ MORE PROFILES

Columbia Engineering offers you the opportunity to become a leader in your profession, learning from professors shaping the world of tomorrow. As one of the nation’s oldest and most distinguished schools of engineering and applied science — in one of the world’s most renowned universities — we offer an academic program steeped in history and committed to innovation. In addition, your learning takes place on a campus in the heart of one of the world’s most exciting and cosmopolitan cities.
 
But don't just take our word for it.

Watch and listen to what students have to say, in the video at right, about their experiences here at Columbia Engineering.

Message from Tiffany Simon, Associate Dean of Graduate Admissions

Thank you for exploring graduate opportunities at Columbia University's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. We hope that you will find the information in this Web site helpful as you begin the application process.

This is an important time for you, as you begin the exciting and often arduous task of searching for a graduate school to begin your masters or doctoral work. At Columbia Engineering, we will provide you with the necessary skills to be successful in our rapidly changing world. You will have the opportunity to work with world renowned faculty members.  MORE


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