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An International Team

Our team includes students from the following three universities.

William I founded Ghent University in 1817 as a state university in Ghent, Belgium. Over the years, the school has helped create numerous world-renowned centers and institutes. Today, the university prides itself as having a strong international perspective through its commitment to pluralism in society.

Formerly known as Polytechnic University, the Polytechnic Institute of New York University was founded in 1854. The school offers educational opportunities within its main campus in Brooklyn and in worldwide locations such as Israel and China. As an affiliate of New York University, the school applies its discoveries and research toward benefitting societies far outside New York City.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute was founded in 1865 to encourage industrial and technological growth following the Civil War in the United States. The institute's two-part educational model, theory and practice, teaches students the fundamentals and practical applications of science and technology. In recent years, the school has focused its research on bioinformatics and robotics to benefit societies around the world.