2020年UCLA-CSST暑期科研实习项目申请通知


 

UCLA 2020年度CSST项目

 

项目介绍

CSST 暑期项目是加州大学洛杉矶分校 (UCLA) 提供的为期 10 周的科研强化训练和博士招募项目。每位项目参与者将参加 12 个unit的课程,并在UCLA的老师指导下进行研究。此外,项目学生还需要参加校方组织的职业发展和交流活动。UCLA将评估项目参与者的研究潜力。评估结果将在博士录取时作为参考。约90%的CSST项目参与者来自生物医学、生命科学、物理和工程专业(STEM专业:科学、技术、工程和数学)。但项目也欢迎地质学、社会学、政治学、城市规划学、经济学等非STEM专业的学生参加。

 

CSST 暑期项目的具体目标是:

  • 开发学生的研究潜力;
  • 促进跨学科的互动和研究;
  • 创造同行业者交流的机会;
  • 招募世界顶尖的学生参加UCLA的博士课程 。

 

时间表(暂定)

六月初至九月中旬 项目
7月第一周 项目开始:抵达、入住
第一周 入学教育, 实验室安全教育, 到相应部门报到
第二周 研讨会:项目计划介绍
第三至八周 CSST研讨会、讲座及其他活动
第九周 研讨会:项目成果交流
第十周 CSST项目最终展示
9月第二周 项目结束,离开

 

学生选拔

符合以下申请要求的200名学生将有机会参加面试。最终将录取约90人。

  • 对UCLA的博士项目有浓厚兴趣;
  • 有突出的学术成果;
  • 有丰富的研究经验;
  • 有一定的英语水平 (TOEFL 79; IELTS 6.5);
  • 有意参与跨学科研究;
  • 拥有相对成熟、独立的个性

 

在线申请

UCLA在线申请网址:  https://r.csst.ucla.edu/register/csstregister.cfm       ** 必须采用全英文填写**

  1. 个人信息

基本信息:姓名、联系方式等;学术背景:GPA、专业排名等。(请点击以下链接计算自己的GPA http://www.foreigncredits.com/Resources/GPA-Calculator/  (Use: Country  United States);此外还需要上传学校出具的正式成绩单(英文)。

  1. 英语水平证书

申请时可以不提供英语水平证书,但学生必须在2020年3月1日前向UCLA提供TOEFL 79或 IELTS 6.5证书。如无法在规定时间提供证书,将无法参加该项目。不接受特殊情况。同时,面试时将考察英语能力。

  1. 研究经历

提供不多于3次研究经历。

  1. 个人简历
  2. 个人陈述(需包含以下两部分)

自述(300-500词)请参考以下链接的信息:  UCLA department webpages and PhD program information.

包含但不限于以下分点:参加CSST项目的意图、目的、期待的成果;个人短期和长期的职业发展规划;对UCLA的哪个博士项目感兴趣。

暑期研究项目(100-200词):请访问以下链接获取暑期项目介绍  UCLA department webpages.

包含但不限于以下分点:感兴趣的研究主题;暑期研究主要关注的领域

* 请勿在陈述中提及任何教师的名字。如被成功录取,你的申请材料将被发给不同的教师进行匿名匹配。


校内申请

在UCLA网申的同时,也需要同步在数字交大(my.sjtu.edu.cn)上完成校内网申

 

申请截止时间

2019年11月18日 11:59PM, PST (校内网申可以延后提交)

 

项目进度

10月下旬至11月

提交在线申请  CSST online application. 缴纳120美元的申请费(不可退还)

12月初          CSST 宣布第一轮初选结果及面试名单

12月中下旬  UCLA将组织现场面试

2020年1月  公布最终录取名单

1月下旬        录取学生提交导师选择名单

2月至6月    导师匹配。学生与导师联系做项目准备

7月第一周    项目开始

 

项目支出

CSST项目学生免交学费。项目预估支出为5797美元。最终价格将于2020年5月确定。

明细如下:

支出项 预计支出
10周CSST项目的学费 5343美元 (免除)
校内住宿及餐费 3372美元 (预计每周15餐)
旅费 约1000美元
合计 $4,372

 

暑期项目费用 (BruinBill Payment) 预计支出
注册费 Registration Fee $150
Document Fee (UCLA Registrar’s Office) $50
iSTART Fee (UCLA Dashew Center International Office) $59
签证材料费 (UCLA Dashew Center for SEVIS, I-20表格等) $340
保险费  Health Insurance $375
课程指导费 IEI fee $61
校园费 $390
合计 $1,425

 

住在校内将有助于学生之间沟通和互动,促进跨学科交流。因此UCLA规定,学生必须住在校内宿舍(3人间)。UCLA将指定床位,不接受特殊情况。住宿费用包含餐费(11-15/周)。

 

在校学习

项目学生需要跟随自己的导师完成四个unit的独立学习(课程代号199或197)。此外,将与UCLA的孙仁教授一起完成8个unit的学术研讨(课程代号M Pharm 194)。课程成绩将综合研究成果、出席情况及个人表现。

 

其他

我们鼓励学生尽早参加GRE考试。虽然 GRE 分数不是CSST项目的必须要求,但它将影响UCLA博士项目的录取。此外,如果第一次考试结果不理想,可以重考。

 

任何疑问请咨询:csst@cnsi.ucla.edu

华威大学WMG未来领袖计划访学项目


华威大学成立于1965年,有超过两万三千名学生与五千多名工作人员,其在研究与教学方面的杰出表现,与在创新、企业和产业紧密合作上之声誉,使其高居英国 顶尖学府的地位。华威大学名列英国十大名校之一,在全球排名也荣居前五十名。被泰晤士报和星期日泰晤士报评为 2014-2015的年度大学。

WMG是华威大学规模最大的学院之一。 其特殊优势在于跨学科的创新与教育方法:推动以科学和技术为主导的商业发展,并促进新领域的知识传 授。 英国政府將我们评鑑为大学与企业合作的全球典范。我们的研究涉及多样的项目与产业,与全球一 千多家公司都已建立牢固的合作关系。

工作团队包括教授、研究人员、工程师、商 业专家、教育专家和后勤人员,集体致力于产业与 学术的结合。团队同心协力应对商业和技术上的挑 战,通过合作研发和世界级的教育,在各项产业、 公司营运和组织机构中都产生显著的影响。WMG的教育项目遍及英国和全球各地。透过专业与经验的分享,我们挑战传统的思维方式,培养出全方位、有能力向最高位迈进的人才。截至目前,超过六十多个国家的三万三千名学生与专业人士曾在本院学习进修。

WMG学院的主席兼创始人古玛 · 巴特查亚勋爵,对中国有超过35年的深厚感情。2015年,他获颁国家虹桥奖,以表彰他在促进中国与其他国家的友好合作中所扮演的重要角色。在巴特查亚勋爵定期访问中国、发表演讲并建立战略合作关系的过程中,已与多位中国国家与城市领导进行过深入的讨论,其中包括副总理刘延东、副总理马凯、中国-欧盟协会会长陈昊苏、前教育部部长袁贵仁及前北京市副市长苟仲文等。通过这些探讨交流,我们可以及时的全方面理解中国产业的需求与发展趋向。

WMG在华威大学的校区建有十三栋研究大楼,教职员 工超过700位,另有250多名相关工作人员。研究 和教学设施外,我们的国家汽车创新中心,也与捷 豹路虎和印度塔塔汽车建立合作伙伴关系。WMG创新破解加速器作为WMG的旗舰项目,正坐落于这座大楼最显著的位置。

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项目名称: WMG未来领袖计划访学项目

项目单位:WMG创新破解加速器

 

项目方向

机器学习,人工智能,(个人)数据经济,创新,创业,企业转型,工业4.0, 物联网,智能硬件,智能出行,智能装备制造。访学项目有两个方向:

  1. 应用研究与创新轨道:这是供学生通过WMG加速器实际与同类企业一起参加创新项目。重点是将科学研究和技术进步转化为实践,试行可行性研究项目,实现研究成果,并刺激创新和知识转移。
  2. 研究和发表轨道:这是为了让学生参与并与同类企业一起积极地从创新项目中收集研究数据。重点是通过更多的理论视角评估应用研究,解决知识鸿沟和发表文献。学生将与一个高产的出版团队合作。

 

报名要求

1、我校全日制研究生和最后一年的本科生,且具有一定的研究或应用的经验;若大四下参加该项目,需征得学院和教务处的同意;

2、英语水平:雅思不低于6.5托福不低于90,或其他同等英语水平;

3、学习成绩优秀;

4、有担任相关创新创业等经验的学生优先考虑。

 

项目时长

一学期或一学年。

 

学习要求

1、 必须选择相关的方向;

2、 需在访学同时参加由学校组织的相关活动;

3、 除项目任务以外,在访学结束后需提交一份访学报告,包括相关照片;

4、 需参加孵化器项目活动及其他安排的活动。

 

报名流程

1、1130日之前在我的数字大学提交申请;

2、国际合作与交流处将组织面试选拔,推荐至对方院校;

3、被推荐的学生需要于1215日之前完成华威大学的网申。

 

咨询邮箱:studyabroad@sjtu.edu.cn

咨询电话:021-34203803

2020寒假牛津短期访学项目


 牛津大学(University of Oxford)位于英国牛津市,不同于许多现代大学,这里没有校门和围墙,而是与整个城市融为一体,所谓城市在大学中,大学创建历史可追溯至11世纪末,是英语世界中最古老的大学,2017-2019年连续三年蝉联全球排名第一(World University Ranking by Times Higher Education)。牛津大学拥有雄厚的师资力量,其教职队伍中有83位皇家学会会员和125位英国科学院院士。在近900年的校史中,牛津大学在各个领域中都培养了许多杰出领袖,其中包括6位英国国王、28位英国首相、多位外国政府首脑、50余位诺贝尔奖获得者和一大批世界著名的文学家和科学家。牛津展望计划(Oxford Prospects Programmes)长期以来致力于开展中英学术和文化交流活动,例如:牛津大学一年注册访问生录取、短期访学、“看中国·中外青年影像计划”、高等教育合作论坛及文化论坛等。牛津短期访学计划旨在为在校本科生及研究生提供在世界一流大学学习体验的机会。参与该项目的学员将深入体验牛津在校生的学习和生活状态,牛津大学各院系知名教授亲自授课,体验极具特色的英式社交活动,并前往世界顶尖企业参观访问,充分感受这所拥有灿烂文化和悠久历史的世界顶尖学府的魅力。

 

课程体系

       以学术访学为核心,项目课程延续牛津大学学院制的跨学科教育理念,内容覆盖政治、文化、经济、科学、技术、艺术、医学、文学等多个领域,由牛津大学各学科知名教授亲自授课,跨学科交流,拓宽学术视野。在紧凑充实的学术课程基础上,项目安排实践参访、社交拓展和文化体验三大模块丰富学员的课余生活。在学习专业知识的同时,拓展视角,对未来职业发展和人生规划进行思考和准备。1. 学术课程

主体学术课程分人文政商和理工生医两大类供学生们自主选择,课程由牛津大学各院系知名教授或学者亲自进行设计并主持教学,跨学科通识教育,体验牛津学子的学习生活。届时更有行业精英作为特邀嘉宾进入课堂,与学员们近距离思想碰撞,以及英国各政党现任议员为学生们带来精彩的政治辩论(Political Panel Discussion),分享他们对时事政局的独到见解。

I. 人文政商(Humanities, Politics, Philosophy, Economics, Business, etc.) 内容覆盖政治,经济,哲学,商务,文学,历史,管理等各学科经典议题。

II. 理工生医(Science, Technology, Engineering, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Biology, etc.) 内容覆盖科学,技术,工程,医学,生物,数学,统计,以及各学科前沿课题,交叉应用。

2. 实践参访

a. 影视制作工作坊 :在这里可以学习到专业的电影制作手法,并实践动手制作自己的电影短片。项目临近尾声时,将评选出最佳影视制作奖,这会是对牛津之旅最好的纪念方式;

b. 名企参访 :项目组将精心挑选一家英国名企,带领学生进行实地参观学习。往期包括英国百年名企捷豹路虎(JLR)、Mini Cooper等。学生们可以了解学习到这些企业从采购、生产到运营的每一个环节。

c. 毕业指导工作坊:研究生申请工作坊将帮助有出国学习计划的学生提早做出全面的规划和准备;就业能力工作坊将指导有跨国工作计划的学生从自身兴趣爱好及性格出发,提出职业发展规划的建议。

3. 文化体验之旅

a. 牛津参访:牛津城的参访和游览,包括世界上第一个公共博物馆阿什摩林博物馆,牛津自然历史博物馆,著名的叹息桥,校友钱钟书先生所在学院等丰富精彩的活动。

b. 文化之旅:参观莎士比亚故居,英国时时处处都弥漫着浓郁的莎士比亚氛围,莎士比亚是文学史上充满传奇色彩的人物,像养料一样融入了英国文化的血脉。

c. 皇家宫殿:参访自十二世纪以来一直是英王行宫的温莎城堡 (Windsor Castle),它是现今世界上有人居住的城堡中最大的一个。

d. 伦敦行程:大本钟,伦敦眼,游览英国皇家官邸白金汉宫,首相府唐宁街十号,伦敦塔桥,英国议会,参访世界上历史最悠久、规模最宏伟的大英博物馆。

4. 英伦社交拓展

a. 西式社交 (Summer/Winter Ball):舞会中除了跳舞,同学们还能享受香槟、红酒和甜点小食,届时将会有神秘互动环节,为牛津的学习生活留下美好记忆。

b. 葡萄酒品鉴会 (Wine Tasting):闻香观色,品味,吐酒,归纳总结等步骤,从葡萄酒产地,酿造工艺,年份各方面系统性学习葡萄酒知识。

c. 高桌晚宴 (Formal Dinner):项目结束当晚举行结业典礼(Certificate Award Ceremony),体验牛津最传统的高桌晚宴,并播放由同学们自己制作的电影短片,为两周的牛津学习生活画上完美的句号。

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报名信息

招生对象: 在校本科生、硕士生(18-25周岁)

项目时间2020年1月19日-2020年2月1日

项目费用:29300元人民币 (含使馆签证费和保险费)

费用包含:课程费用,参访费用,项目期间交通费,签证费,保险费,住宿费,一日三餐,通讯费(手机卡)等各项费用。

费用不包含:国际往返机票费,个人消费。

 

项目结项

学习交流证明:由牛津大学摄政学院和牛津展望计划办公室颁发学习交流证明。推荐信:优秀学生将有机会在留学申请时向牛津项目组老师或任课老师索取推荐信。

优秀学员奖项:颁发Best Presentation Award和最佳影视制片奖。

 

申请方式

1.在数字交大中申请,选择“2020牛津大学寒假项目”。2.截止时间:2019年11月8日

2020柏林工业大学寒假项目


柏林工业大学(Technische Universität Berlin)位于德国首都柏林,地处柏林“母亲河”施普雷河畔,是德国的第一所工业大学,是世界著名理工大学,也是世界顶尖理工大学之一。

 

一、项目介绍

柏林工业大学在寒假(2020年1月6日-31日)开设AI、VR、运动游戏、Python编程等课程。所有课程均为英语授课,学完每个课程可获得5ECTS,请点击链接查看课程介绍。

Virtual Reality & Exercise Gaming
Introduction to Data Science with Python
Introduction to 3D Scanning and Printing
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
CanSat: Hands-on Satellite Design
Programming in Java
Start-up Crash Course: From Idea to Reality

 

 

二、项目费用

 

项目费用约 1950-2300欧元,含学费、录取、学生卡、用餐卡、柏林市交通卡、文化活动。(交大学生可享受早鸟优惠)

文化活动主要有访问历史建筑、团建、社会活动等。

柏林工业大学提供多种住宿选择

https://www.tu-berlin.de/menue/summer_university/accommodation/parameter/en/

三、申请方式

  1. 在数字交大中申请,选择“2020柏林工业大学寒假项目”。
  2. 在柏林工业大学网站申请 https://www.registrierung-online.info/tubs/uni/wu2020.html。
  3. 截止时间:2019年10月31日

 

咨询邮箱:summeruniversity@tubs.de

wintertub

2020圣彼得堡理工大学寒假项目


圣彼得堡彼得大帝理工大学成立于1899年,是俄罗斯顶尖的理工类高等院校,坐落于圣彼得堡。该校一直以来都是俄罗斯科研人才最重要的培养基地和科研项目研究基地。该校的计算机专业堪称与麻省理工大学计算机专业相媲美,全球具有领先地位。目前约有32000名在校生,包括6000名国际学生。

WinterSchool2020_SPbPU

一、项目简介

圣彼得堡彼得大帝理工大学2020年寒假项目时间为1月27日-2月7日(2周)

主要涉及领域方向:

  1. 空间技术Space Technology (ST)
  2. 自然科学Natural Sciences (NSE)
  3. 信息技术Information Technologies (IT)
  4. 土木工程Civil Engineering(CE)
  5. 能源技术Energy Technology(ET)
  6. 数字技术Digital Technology(DT)
  7. 商务管理Business and Management(BM)
  8. 俄语学习Russian Studies (RS)

 

二、课程介绍

除俄语学习外,其他课程均为英语授课

 

空间技术Space Technology (ST)

Space Technologies  (4 ECTS)

 

自然科学Natural Sciences (NSE)

Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion  (4 ECTS)

 

信息技术Information Technologies (IT)

Smart Manufacturing and Digital Future  (4 ECTS)
Machine Learning: Theory and Application (St. Petersburg – Moscow)  (4 ECTS)
Modern SAP Technologies  (5 ECTS)

 

土木工程Civil Engineering(CE)

Civil Engineering  (5 ECTS)
Digital Construction  (5 ECTS)

 

能源技术Energy Technology(ET)

Nuclear Engineering  (5 ECTS)
Turbomachinery  (5 ECTS)
Electrical Engineering  (5 ECTS)
Oil & Gas in Energy Industry  (5 ECTS)
Renewable Energy  (5 ECTS)
Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Development  (5 ECTS)

 

数字技术Digital Technology(DT)

3D Concept Modeling  (5 ECTS)

 

商务管理Business and Management(BM)

Doing Business in Russia  (5 ECTS)

 

俄语学习Russian Studies (RS)

Russian Language & Culture  (5 ECTS)

 

三、项目费用

学费:约230欧元/周

住宿费:约9欧元/天 (校内住宿费用)。另,因校内住宿资源有限,可能需要自行解决住宿。

交大学生可获得“早鸟”优惠

 

三、申请方式

1、校内网申:登录我的数字交大,选择2020圣彼得堡理工大学寒假项目

2、 对方学校网站申请

Registration for 9 Technology, Science and Management programs
Registration for:
– 4 Energy Technology Schools (Nuclear Engineering, Turbomachinery, Electrical Engineering, Oil & Gas)
– 2 more Energy Technology Schools (Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Development)
Registration for Russian Studies program will be available soon.

3、校内申请截止时间:209年10月20日

*因为签证事项,需尽早申请,申请太晚会影响签证的办理

 

对方学校咨询邮箱:summerschool@spbstu.ru

项目宣传信息:SPBSTU Winter School 2020

项目介绍网页:https://english.spbstu.ru/education/programs/short-term-programs/winter-school/

2020-2021牛津大学访学项目


牛津大学是世界上最负盛名的大学之一,成立于1250年,一些学院的历史甚至追溯到更早时候。它也是英国大学中著名的罗素研究小组的成员之一(类似常春藤联盟)。牛津因世界一流的教学、科研和设施而享有声誉。 学生受益于学校有组织的讲座、研讨会、实验室和小团体教学的大学系统。

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一、 项目介绍

牛津大学向上海交通大学的学生开放访问项目的申请。学生可以到曼斯菲尔德,彭布罗克,伍斯特或摄政公园学院等学院参加学习。访问学生将在一个学年的全部或部分时间学习(10月-6月),参加本科生课程,并与牛津大学的学生一起上课。访问学生可以使用牛津大学的所有学术和设施资源。

 

二、申请要求

1. 交大在校生;
2. GPA不低于3.7(使用4.0 GPA系统);
3. 雅思或托福证书复印件:雅思总分不低于7.0(每个考试至少7.0分)或托福(网考)的总分不低于110分,考试分数至少为:听力22,阅读24,口语25, 写作24;
4. 个人陈述(英语):简述教育背景,个人学习研究情况;结合本专业和个人情况详细阐述在牛津学习的计划(包括想学习的主要科目和计划完成的课程作业);不少于500词。
5. 最近达成的学习或研究成果(也可是有代表性的课程作业),需要契合申请的专业;
6. 两份学术推荐信(评价你的学术成绩和学业成绩);需要使用抬头纸,有推荐人联系方式及签名;
7. 最新的成绩单(中英);
8. 申请表;
9. 证件照;
10.护照首页复印件(至少18个月有效期;若暂无,可延后提交)。

 

三、 申请方法

1、校内网申:12月2日之前登录my.sjtu.edu.cn,完成在校内网上申请,申请时请选择“2020-2021牛津一年访学项目“。校内网申时,需要上传以上要求的材料。

2、校内选拔:学校会组织报名学生进行面试,择优选拔推荐给牛津大学。

3、牛津大学选拔:牛津大学项目方会对我们推荐的学生进行选拔,最终确定录取名单。

关于项目的任何疑问,可联络牛津项目方招聘主任:Dr Jason Lu 。联系邮箱:vsp@oxford-prospects.com

项目的详细信息以附件的项目宣传册为准。

 

四、 项目费用(预估)

1. 曼斯菲尔德学院
全年(10月-6月)学费:26503英镑 住宿:5587英镑 (总计:32090英镑)
半年(1月-6月)学费:19555英镑 住宿:4118英镑( 总计:23673英镑)

2. 彭布罗克学院
全年(10月-6月)学费:31747英镑  住宿:5929英镑。

3. 摄政公园学院
全年(10月-6月)28140英镑
半年(1月-6月)19160英镑

 

以上费用仅供参考

 

 

更多学院介绍及费用支出预估请下载附件

附件一:2020-2021牛津大学访学项目宣传册

附件二:报名表

2020明治大学寒假短期日语项目


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明治大学为国际学生开设了2020年寒假短期日语项目(Japanese Language Program)。

项目时间

2020年2月3日-2月21日(共19天)

 

申请时间

即日起至2019年10月10日

 

项目介绍页面

https://www.meiji.ac.jp/cip/english/programs/mjlp/winter/index.html (ENG)

https://www.meiji.ac.jp/cip/english/programs/mjlp/jp/winter/index.html (JPN)

奖学金

该项目学生有机会获得JASSO提供的奖学金。

奖学金金额为8万日元。

奖学金申请要求和具体介绍请参见网站。

*奖学金结果预计在2020年1月底公布。奖学金结果公布前,所有项目学生均需缴纳项目费用。JASSO拥有最终决定权。

 

如对本项目有疑问,可咨询:mjlp@meiji.ac.jp

 

项目宣传册下载Meijiwinter2020

 

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加州大学伯克利分校


UC Berkeley

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加州大学伯克利分校HAAS商学院设立学期项目BHGAP(The UC Berkeley-Haas Global Access Program),学生可在加州大学伯克利分校就读一个学期或者一学年。在学习期间,学生可以从HASS商学院选择3门课程和1门伯克利其他学院课程,在学期期间,学生在学习各领域先进知识的同时,充分体验美国文化,并提高学生的英语能力与技巧。BHGAP为参加项目的学生提供学术指导、职业规划,和社交活动三方面的有力支持。

项目时间

一学期

项目要求

1、交大学生(本科生或研究生都可,至少在交大已完成1年学习。)

2、GPA 3.0/4.0

3、托福90/雅思7.0以上。

4、没有专业限制,商科和非商科都可。

项目费用

19900美元/学期

(包括国际学生费、课程费、保险费等,其余费用如住宿费、机票等需要另行承担)

申请方式

1. 具体申请时间以通知为准。

2. 校内网申:请感兴趣的本科生登陆我的数字交大完成校内网申;请感兴趣的研究生填写附件中的研究生报名表,送至新行政楼B809,沈老师处。

3. 校内选拔推荐:我们将对报名的学生进行选拔推荐,获得校内推荐名额的学生需完成对方大学的申请。

 

学校网址

haas.berkeley.edu

华威大学


 The University of Warwick

warwick

华威大学位于英格兰中部华威郡和考文垂市交界处,创立于1965年,是英国顶尖研究型大学。在2019年QS世界大学排名中居第54名,常年稳居世界百强乃至前五十。华威大学以严苛的招生,高水准的学术研究和教学质量而闻名。

华威大学在工、商、政、学各界均拥有卓越的口碑,在业界与牛津、剑桥、LSE、帝国理工、UCL并列被视为世界九大投资银行(Bulge Bracket)在英的6所目标院校(Target School)。克林顿访英时参观华威。华威商学院被誉为英国最顶尖的商学院之一;华威商学院的卓越表现使其在主要排行榜中稳居英国前5名,世界前30名,并处于持续上升的势头。在2017年《金融时报》全球排名中,华威商学院的金融硕士项目超越牛津大学,位列全英第1,世界第9。华威数学系和经济系常年居英国前三乃至第一。此外,其传媒、戏剧、计算机科学等专业名列前茅。传媒和戏剧专业更是多次荣膺英国专业排名第一,也是中英大学工程教育与研究联盟成员。

华威大学在2014年英国官方公布的REF排名中,科研质量(GPA)位列第7名、科研实力(Research Power)位列第14名;在2016/17泰晤士英国大学排名中位列第7名。因2011年英国卫报发布的大学排名,华威大学校报The Boar发明创造了“Woxbridge”一词,意为华威、牛津与剑桥三强鼎立。华威大学在短短半个世纪内已在全球建立起卓越的学术名望。

学校官方网站: https://warwick.ac.uk/

学期:

秋季学期:九月-十二月

春季学期:一月-三月

夏季学期:四月-六月(主要安排复习和考试,部分课程会安排在夏季学期)

关于课程

课程信息访问:https://warwick.ac.uk/study/studyabroad/inbound/modules/partyearstudents-examinationmethods/

签证相关

https://www.gov.uk/tier-4-general-visa/knowledge-of-english

 

 

圣彼得堡彼得大帝理工大学


Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU)

SPbPU

 

圣彼得堡彼得大帝理工大学成立于1899年,是俄罗斯顶尖的理工类高等院校,坐落于圣彼得堡。该校一直以来都是俄罗斯科研人才最重要的培养基地和科研项目研究基地。该校的计算机专业堪称与麻省理工大学计算机专业相媲美,全球具有领先地位。目前约有32000名在校生,包括6000名国际学生。

 

学校官方网站: https://english.spbstu.ru/

学期:

第一学期:九月初-一月底

第二学期:二月初-六月末

关于课程

课程信息访问:https://english.spbstu.ru/education/programs/programs-in-english/

提供免费的俄语课程

申请相关

语言要求:

英语B2或以上。

建议同学们在开学前学习基本的俄语入门知识。

申请流程

10约15日,5月15日之前提交申请。

学校提名后,学生会收到在线申请的链接。学生需按照要求提交申请材料。

申请材料:

护照、证件照(3*4)、提名信、成绩单、交流计划

签证相关

圣彼得堡彼得大帝理工大学会在学生提交申请材料后审核材料,出具正式的录取通知书和签证邀请函。

日常支出

保险

所有到俄罗斯学习的学生都需要购买保险。

住宿

三人间。学生在申请时需说明是否需要宿舍。由于住宿数量有限,如果无法住在校内,学生需要在校外租房。学校可以提供租房协助。

校内住宿费用:750欧元/学期

伙食支出

学校食堂费用约300-400欧元/月。

其他

学习材料费:100欧元/学期

交通支出:35欧元/月

联系方式

Ms. Elizaveta Sukhova

E-mail: suhova_ea@spbstu.ru

远东联邦大学


 Far Eastern Federal University

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俄罗斯远东联邦大学是俄罗斯贝加尔湖以东至太平洋广阔土地上的第一所古典式大学,成立于1899年10月21日的东方学院。1920年,东方学院和一些私立学校合并成了远东国立大学,大学共有三个系:东方系、历史语文系和社会科学系。新校区位于符拉迪沃斯托克以南的俄罗斯岛,占地面积50万平方米,是俄罗斯远东地区乃至全俄罗斯最现代化的校园。为了本次峰会,当地政府特地修建了俄罗斯岛大桥和金角湾大桥,以便俄罗斯岛和市区、市区金角湾南北两侧的联系。目前约有在校生41000名。

学校官方网站: https://www.dvfu.ru/en/

学期:

第一学期:九月末-一月初

第二学期:二月初-六月末

关于课程

俄语课程信息访问:https://www.dvfu.ru/en/admission/pre-university-courses/russian-language-and-culture-course/

专业课程(俄语)

本科:https://www.dvfu.ru/en/admission/undergraduate/

硕士:https://www.dvfu.ru/admission/program-m/

专业课程(英语)仅限硕士

工程学院建筑学

东方学院国别区域研究系国际关系

经济管理学院管理学、酒店管理

法学院俄罗斯商业投资法

 

更多课程信息

https://www.dvfu.ru/en/admission/master-studies/

申请相关

语言要求:

专业课程(俄语)要求对外俄语1级或以上

专业课程(英语)要求托福500或雅思5.0以上

申请流程

9月30日之前提交申请。

申请材料要求请见

https://www.dvfu.ru/en/admission/pre-university-courses/exchange/

由本校老师负责收集所有材料,并邮寄给FEFU。

原则上需邮寄材料的原件。若无法邮寄原件,可先发送电子版,开学报到注册时提交原件。

签证相关

远东联邦大学会在学生提交申请材料后的30-90日内出具正式的录取通知书和签证邀请函。

日常支出

保险

所有到俄罗斯学习的学生都需要购买保险。

远东联邦大学与保险公司有合作,可以到校后购买。

保险费用: 4000卢布/10个月,2150卢布/4个月。

住宿

远东联邦大学向所有交换生保证提供国际学生宿舍(双人间),无需预定。

住宿费用:3600卢布/月

伙食支出

学校食堂费用约750卢布/天。

其他

学习材料费:500卢布/学期

文化项目支出:1500卢布/学期

联系方式

Inbound Exchange Coordinator

Ms. Nadezhda Ogai

E-mail: ogai.nal@dvfu.ru

Tel.: +7 -423-265-24-24 (ex. 2209)

2020年秋季学期早稻田大学交换项目(康师傅奖学金计划)


康师傅控股公司和早稻田大学合作成立了“康师傅圆梦奖学金”项目,该项目旨在启发学生思考他们与周围环境的联系和意义,希望他们成为未来的领导者,具有国际视野,发挥个人影响力。该项目仅开放给北京大学、清华大学、复旦大学、上海交通大学及浙江大学这五所高校的学生。学生将以交换生的身份在早稻田大学学习一学期。学生将学习国际关系等必修课程,参加高知县宿毛市的实地考察,以及嘉宾演讲等。

 

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项目周期
一学期
02
项目时间
2020年秋季
03
奖学金内容
该项目免学费(规定课程免学费)。康师傅/早稻田方面提供住宿费及上海-东京的来回机票费,并有410000日元的生活补贴。
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申请条件

1.  在校全日制本科生
2.  符合申请学部的成绩及英语要求注:CET不能作为申请早大的英语能力证明。学生需要提前确认自己所要报考的早大各学部的英语要求。若校内网申时,学生还未取得托福或雅思成绩,CET6级450分以上也可申请,但需要在之后补交雅思或托福成绩,否则无法被录取。
3.  该项目为英文授课课程,开设的学部如下所示,学生需满足以下学部的GPA和英语水平要求。开放的学部:Political Science and Economics / Commerce / SILS (School of Int’l Liberal Studies) / Social Sciences /Fundamental Science & Engineering / Creative Science & Engineering/ Advanced Science & Engineering该项目学生只可选择英文授课项目,不可选择日语语言学习或其他日语授课的项目。每个学部都有自己的成绩及英语要求,可在下列网址具体查看不同学部的要求及课程情况。https://www.waseda.jp/inst/cie/en/exchange/application 

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申请材料
有意向申请的学生需准备以下材料,皆需要英语版本:
1.   个人简历
2.   梦想计划书(约1000-1200 字的研究方案)
3.   英语等级证书 (TOEFL, TOEIC, 或者IELTS)4.   交大学习成绩单
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申请截止时间
2019年11月30日
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申请流程
1.  校内网申,本科生于11月30日前登陆“我的数字交大”(my.sjtu.edu.cn)完成在线申请,同时将以上材料邮件发送至studyabroad@sjtu.edu.cn;
2.  面试选拔,学校将组织对材料进行审核,确定推荐名单;
3.  名单推荐给对方后,早稻田大学及康师傅集团将组织面试,确定入选学生名单。康师傅/早稻田预计将在12月下旬组织面试。
备注
1. 梦想计划书应包含研究课题、主要研究问题、简要背景说明、研究意义和目的、研究方法、主要参考的文献/研究。
2. 推荐课题:粮食安全、一带一路倡议、环境问题、老龄化社会、社会平等问题、创新西荒野、可持续发展、产学研关系、人才培养。

立命馆亚洲太平洋大学


1. 课程相关信息

课程层级: 仅限本科

交换时间: 一学期或一学年

交换学院:

  • 亚洲太平洋研究学院 (APS)
  • 国际管理学院 (APM)

注意: 申请时,学生必须选择一个学院。到校后,两个学院的课程均可选择。建议学生选择与母校专业相近的学院。

课程语言: 英语和日语

学期时长: 一学期通常为14周。令有2周为考试周。
 立命馆太平洋大学的一个学期分上下两部分。部分课程仅在上半学期或下半学期开课。

每周课时

学期语言课:4课时,每课时95分钟;

学期专业课:1课时,每课时95分钟;

半学期专业课:2课时,每课时95分钟

所需学分

一学期最低学分要求:14学分,即每周10小时课程。无学分上限

注意:
 持大学学习签证的学生必须至少选修14学分的课程,且每周课时不低于10小时。同时,不允许只选择上半学期的课程或下半学期的课程。

选课时间

选课需在网上进行,参加开学orientation后方可选课(课程有人数限制)
 课程列表
 总体课程列表可点击链接下载。 download 
 详细课程列表将在每年3月和9月公布。
 课程名称以及授课语言均以公布的详细课程列表为准。

2. 申请要求

  • 申请人必须是合作高校的在校学生;
  • 学分不低于2.0/4.0;
  • 英语和日语要求如下:

英语:

托福笔考 托福网考 雅思
550 79 6.0

日语:

日语N1 日语N2 EJU
100分 135分 250分(不含写作部分)

注意: 无语言水平证书的学生必须提交《语言水平评估表》。

  • 提名和申请时间:以每年公布的时间为准。

3.住宿和交通

立命馆亚洲太平洋大学向所有交换生提供校外住宿。需要提前按照房租价格付给立命馆亚洲太平洋大学,由学校代付。

学校会将付费发票与录取通知书一起寄给学生。

搬家费 33000 日元 不可退)
房租 49000 日元 / 月(含床上用品、日用品及水电费)
以上价格随市场而变动

预估住宿费用

学期 1学期(5个月) 1学年(10.5个月)
金额 约300000日元 约600000日元
预估交通费用

学期 1学期(5个月) 1学年(10.5个月)
金额 约50000日元 约100000日元

 

4. 保险(强制)

交换生必须要购买学生租客综合保险以及日本国家健康险。

保险种类 一学期 一学年
学生租客综合保险 约3000日元 约5000日元
国家健康险  约10000日元 约20000日元

 

更多信息,请访问学校官网:http://en.apu.ac.jp/home/

成蹊大学


1.教学日历

春季学期

四月初-七月末 (含考期)

秋季学期

九月中-一月末 (含考期)

2. 入学要求

1)GPA3.0/4.0

2)日语要求:至少一年日语学习经历(约N4级别)或约300小时日语学时。入学时,所有交换生需参加日语水平分班测试。根据日语水平不同,交换生可选的课程也不同。

3.申请时间

十月中或三月初

4.申请流程

所有学生需要先向本校负责交流交换的部门申请,获得学校推荐后方可参加交换。

5.所需文件

  1. 参加交流交换所需的文件
  • 交换申请表 (4页);
  • 日语学习经历证书 (需附课程介绍);
  • 健康证明;
  • 财产情况证明;
  • 奖学金申请申明书;
  • 健康申明书;
  • 在校成绩单(英语),另需附上日语课程成绩单;
  • 本校推荐信。

2. Application Documents for Certificate of Eligibility

  • Application forms for a Certificate of Eligibility (3 pages)
  • 3 identical photos (4 x 3 cm)

*strictly observe the assigned photo size due to use on official documents.

  • A copy of a valid passport (photograph page).
  • A copy of documents that verify the annual income of your supporter.

6.Course information

In general, exchange students are allowed to take any courses in any faculty except for the Law School. Approval of the teacher of each course is necessary, but in general it is granted.

Language of instruction:Japanese

Syllabus website :https://portal.seikei.ac.jp/up/faces/login/Com00501B.jsp

7.Accommodation, Cost of Living Expenses

“Dormy Inokashira-Koen”(ドーミー井の頭公園)

Address : 4-2-34 Mure, Mitaka-shi, Tokyo, 1810002, Japan

12-minute walk from Inokashira-Koen station / 15-minute walk from Kichijoji station / 12-minute bicycle ride from Seikei University (2.9Km)

Description:

  • All single rooms (13.44m2, Furnished)
  • Capacity for the exchange students : 30 rooms [scheduled]
  • Meals included (breakfast & dinner : Monday-Saturday except holidays)
  • Wi-Fi available
  • Curfew : 00:00 – 06:30AM

Facilities: Dining room, Public bath, Shower room (24-hour availability), Laundry room, Powder room, Bicycle parking etc.

Fees:

Rent : ¥1,600/day (including meals, internet, heat, light and water)

Deposit : ¥40,000 (Refundable)

Bedding & linen lease fee : ¥25,000~/year, ¥17,820~/semester

*In case applications exceed the dormitory’s capacity, we will select the residents by lottery and accommodate the remainder in a different dormitory.

Health insurance

National Health Insurance Approx. ¥10,000 -¥ 30,000/year

Other personal expenses (including laundry, sundries, books etc.)

Approximately ¥20,000 -¥ 50,000/month.

Telecommunication expenses (if any)

Mobile phone: ¥3,000- ¥5,000/month

Internet: Free Wi-Fi available on campus and the dormitory.

8. Scholarships

¥40,000/ month. Up to 10 months. Guaranteed.

北海道大学


Eligibility

英文项目

To be eligible to apply for HUSTEP, students must:

1. be from exchange partner universities

2. be enrolled and pay tuition fees at their home universities during study in Japan

3. have completed at least two years of undergraduate study prior to arrival in Japan

4. have GPA of 3.0 (B) or better on a 4.0 scale or equivalent

5. be proficient in English. Non-native English speakers must have a score of at least TOEFL iBT 79 or IELTS 6.5

6. be able to arrive in Sapporo by late September or first week of April

日语项目

  • Applicants must be a Japanese language and/or culture major enrolled in an undergraduate degree course at a partner university of Hokkaido University. First-year students are not eligible to apply.
  • Applicants should have N3 (or higher) on the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) or the equivalent at the time of application. Specifically, applicants should know 500 or more kanji and be able to understand conversation spoken at a natural speed. They should also be able to read and write simple sentences. Any students who are found to have inadequate language skills after arrival will not be able to complete the course.
  • Applicants must possess a good academic record at the university level.
  • Applicants must be between 18 and 29.

Application Procedure

For details, please check the HUSTEP website.

https://www.global.hokudai.ac.jp/prospective-students/ exchange-student-admissions/exchange-programs-in-english-hustep/

 

 

Please note:

There is a screening process and NOT all students who apply will be accepted. Japanese language ability is not required to participate in HUSTEP. Those students whose main focus is studying Japanese language and are majoring in Japanese Studies should consider applying to the Japanese Language and Cultural Studies Program (JLCSP) instead of HUSTEP.

There are a limited number of scholarships available so most students will have to cover their own costs. Although the cost of living in Japan varies for each individual, it will cost about 100,000 yen per month. Thus, students should have enough money saved up to pay for one year of living costs or make other financial arrangements before coming to Japan. Students should be clear that HUSTEP is strictly a study program.

Even if students receive a scholarship, the first payment will be made one month after arrival. Students must bring money to pay for their dormitory fee and living costs for their first month.

更多信息

 

阿尔伯塔大学


Admission Requirements

In order to be eligible to come to UAlberta as an exchange student:

  • Your home institution must have a formal exchange agreement with UAlberta.
    • Please note that a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between your home institution and UAlberta is not sufficient. A formal student exchange agreement must be in place.
  • You must first apply for exchange and receive a nomination through your home institution.
  • You must be registered as a full-time student at your home institution at the time of your application for exchange and while you are on exchange at UAlberta.
  • You cannot apply for a graduate-level exchange while you are still an undergraduate student.
  • With one exception (Faculty of Engineering), you must present a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 (on a 4 point scale) to be considered for an exchange at UAlberta.
  • To be considered for an exchange with the Faculty of Engineering, you must present a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on a 4 point scale) and have completed four semesters in an Engineering program prior to the start of your exchange.
  • All students must check to make sure that they satisfy the UAlberta English Proficiency Requirement.

Placements

2019-2020 Academic year : 4

Documentation

Nomination Details

The nomination from your home institution must include:

  1. Your full name as it appears on your passport,
  2. Your level of studies (undergraduate or graduate)
  3. Your field of studies
  4. The requested duration of your exchange (Fall Term, Winter Term, or Academic Year)
  5. An email address at which you can be contacted

If your nomination is accepted and you have a documented disability affecting mobility, vision, hearing, learning and/or physical or mental health, then you will need to register with our Accessibility Resources Office as soon possible.

  • As part of your registration, be sure to identify yourself as an international student who is currently applying for an exchange experience at UAlberta.
  • Personnel from Accessibility Resources will arrange an online Skype conversation with you to assess the functional impact of your disability. As part of the conversation, you may be asked to provide a description (in English) of the disability from any disability services office at your institution or a medical professional who may currently be assisting you.

We encourage exchange students to utilize the accommodations for success that the UAlberta recommends and can offer once your assessment is complete

Application and Documents

  • Your home institution must courier hard copies of all of your application documents to UAlberta.  Test results sent directly from the external testing organization will not be accepted.
  • Please send all required documents together at one time only – please wait until you have all required documents prepared before sending your application.
  • Whenever you are asked to provide your name on any exchange application documents, please be sure to provide your full name as it appears in your passport.
  • Official records must contain an official seal or signature and be in English.
  • Graduate students must submit official records of all post-secondary work, both previous and current.

Proof of English Proficiency Documents

  • If you are submitting official English Proficiency test results, such as IELTS or TOEFL, please note that the results must be sent to your home institution prior to being sent to UAlberta.
  • Your test results must then be stamped with the official university seal of your home institution and then couriered to UAlberta along with the rest of your application documents.
  • Test results used to demonstrate English language proficiency must not be more than two years old at the time of application.

Home Institution Deadlines

First, you will need to meet the application and nomination deadlines at your home institution. You should contact your home Study Abroad Office for this information.

UAlberta Application Deadlines

After you have received a nomination from your home institution, it is recommended that you provide it to UAlberta at least 1-1.5 months prior to the following application deadlines:

March 1: Fall term or Full Year Exchanges

September 1: Winter Exchanges

It may be possible to submit an exchange application beyond the deadlines, however, we encourage you to submit your application early in order to be eligible for guaranteed on-campus housing and have sufficient time to satisfy any Government of Canada immigration requirements.

Courses

UAlberta offers 200+ undergraduate programs and 500+ graduate programs across 18 Faculties.

When you apply

You will need to include a list of courses that you wish to take when you complete your exchange application.

After you are admitted

After you have been officially admitted to UAlberta as an exchange student, it is your responsibility to register in courses and build your course schedule using Bear Tracks.

Housing

After you apply to UAlberta and receive your 7-digit student ID, CCID, and password, you can apply online for a space in a UAlberta campus residence.

UAlberta exchange students who submit their housing application by April 30 are guaranteed a space in a UAlberta campus residence for September entry. Some conditions apply.

Tuition and Cost of Living

As an exchange student, you will not pay tuition to UAlberta – you will still pay your tuition to your home institution.

Fees that must be paid to UAlberta:

  • Instructional Support Fees(certain courses only) – for example, if your course requires art supplies or tools for field school
  • University of Alberta Health Insurance Plan (UAHIP)
    UAHIP is required for exchange students. Coverage by any insurance plan (other than the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan) will not allow you to be exempted from UAHIP.
  • U-Pass for public transit
    All UAlberta students must contribute a fee to the group transit plan, which then provides unlimited access to public transit through your UAlberta OneCard (student ID).

How to pay fees

There are many ways to pay your fees, including online through your Bear Tracks account.

Please note: Your UAlberta transcript will not be released until you’ve paid all of your UAlberta fees. Late payments will accrue interest charges.

Cost of Living

Edmonton offers a moderate cost of living when compared with other major cities in Canada.

Undergraduate Cost of living estimate 
Graduate student Cost of Living estimate 

Contact

Michal Guzowski
Exchange Programs Coordinator
University of Alberta International
michal.guzowski@ualberta.ca

2019-2020 fact sheet (交换信息详情)

项目详细信息

德州大学奥斯汀分校


The University of Texas at Austin

Website of Unviersity: http://www.utexas.edu/

Website for inbound exchange students: http://world.utexas.edu/isss/students/exchange

Number of Semester Placements

One Academic Year:6

Semester Information

Fall Semester:
Classes begin – August 30
Finals – December 14-16, 18-20

Spring Semester:
Classes begin – January 16
Finals – May 9-12, 14-15

Important dates for exchange students: http://world.utexas.edu/isss/students/exchange/dates

Application Informaiton

Deadlines

Spring Semester: October 1

Fall Semester: March 1

Application Process

http://world.utexas.edu/isss/students/exchange/apply

Course Information

Full time load 12+ credit hours
1 Credit =? Class hours 1 credit = 1 lecture hour (this may vary and is not an exact estimate)
1 Course = ? Credit 1 course typically = 3 credits (this varies by difficulty of class)
How the numbering system works at UT Austin: http://world.utexas.edu/isss/students/exchange/academicplanning#reg
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students 12 credit hours
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students 17 credit hours (students must receive permission from the dean of their department to register for more than 17 hours)

Insurance

Enrollment in the UT Student Health Insurance Plan is a requirement of the UT Austin exchange program: http://world.utexas.edu/isss/insurance

Student Visa Applications

Once students have been admitted and their Certification of Financial Responsibility has been completed, we will issue their DS2019 (J-1 immigration status document). Students will then be able to book a visa appointment with their respective embassy to apply for a J-1 visa.

Estimated living Expenses per month

Living expenses vary from $1375 to $1550 per month depending on individual lifestyle and choice of housing.

Costs of on-campus living: http://housing.utexas.edu/future/prices-billing

Housing

On – Campus http://housing.utexas.edu/
Off- Campus http://world.utexas.edu/isss/students/new/housing

Internship Opportunities

Exchange students can participate in academic training during or immediately following their exchange program: http://world.utexas.edu/isss/students/employment/j1student 

详细信息

 

代尔夫特理工大学


Technische Universiteit Delft

How to apply

The faculty or department where you will be enrolled  is responsible for advising, informing, selecting and accepting your application as an international exchange student.

Exchange students can apply online. Instructions are available on our website.

Your application will be sent to the Faculty Exchange Coordinator. After the application deadline of either 1 October or 1 April you will receive your admission letter via email from the Central International Office. This will take an estimated 4 to 6 weeks. For some faculties this may take longer. Follow the instructions in the email to accept your offer.

Status of exchange students

Exchange students are enrolled as full-time non-degree students either for one or two semesters as agreed in the bilateral exchange agreement with the home university. The maximum duration of an exchange period at TU Delft is one academic year (12 months). It is not permitted to come to TU Delft on exchange more than once.  Exchange students may only sit exams while their enrolment status is active at TU Delft. Please note that it is obligatory that you remain registered as a regular student at your home university.

Any exchange student wishing to continue their studies after the exchange period of 12 months must apply as a regular student at TU Delft and pay the required tuition fee.

Application Deadlines

Autumn Semester:1 April (31 March 2017, 23:59 CET)

Spring Semester:1 October (30 September 2017, 23:59 CET)

Applications that are incomplete or received after the deadline will not be considered.

Contact Details

At TU Delft, all international exchange programmes are managed by our faculties/departments who welcome all queries from prospective exchange students. Any requests for information and applications can thus be directed to the coordinators for international exchange of your particular faculty. After the faculty has accepted the application, all practical matters needed before arrival like visa or housing will be managed by the Central International Office (CIO) of TU Delft, you can reach us at internationaloffice@tudelft.nl

附件一:information sheet 2019-2020

附件二:English courses list

渥太华大学


一、学校简介

渥太华大学是加拿大安大略省的一间顶尖研究型大学,也是加拿大建校历史最长的大学之一。渥太华大学长期位列加拿大医博类大学前十强。学校坐落于加拿大首都渥太华市中心,毗邻加拿大国会山,地理位置十分优越。前身是由无玷圣母献主会1848年创办的College of Bytown,原为一通识教育学院,1800年代开始以法文与英文教授纯科学及应用科学,1872年开始颁授学士学位,1875年颁授硕士学位,1888年颁授博士学位。1965年7月1日该大学重组,不再从属于宗教组织。渥太华大学还积极致力于加强世界间的联系,其国际合作项目涉及欧、非、拉美等众多地区。创立伊始,渥太华大学就显示出她的强大实力。时至今日,已一跃成为声名大噪的学术中心。

二、交换范围

我校学生可申请除泰尔弗商学院、医学院、法学院、教育学院本科课程之外的所有学科。

三、费用

交换生只需缴纳交大学费,无需缴纳对方大学学费,其余费用自理。

四、项目要求

1、全日制在校学生,已完成一学年学业。(本硕都可)

2、GPA 3.0/4.0以上(具体请查询不同专业、学习阶段的要求)

3、托福86.雅思6.5以上(具体邀请请参考网站http://international.uottawa.ca/en/study-at-uottawa/exchange-student/process#step-2

五、申请时间

1、校内申请:

本科生:请感兴趣的本科生于2018年3月1日之前完成校内网申,选择2018-2019学期交换项目。

研究生:感兴趣的研究生请填写附件中的研究生海外交流申请表,经本人、父母、导师、学院以及研究生院批准后,于2018年3月1日之前送至新行政楼B809,陆老师处。

2、校内审核:学校将根据报名人数进行审核或面试,确定推荐名单。

研究生海外交流申请表

详情请参考对方大学网站:http://international.uottawa.ca/en/study-at-uottawa/exchange-student

2018-2019学年学期交换项目手册

牛津大学


University of Oxford

oxford

一、 项目介绍

访问生项目是通过牛津展望计划向八至十个中国合作大学开放。访问学生计划为合格的学生提供机会作为牛津大学的注册访问学生来到牛津,并作为四个合作学院之一的成员:曼斯菲尔德,彭布罗克,伍斯特或摄政公园学院。访问学生将在一个学年的全部或部分时间学习。他们将参加由全日制本科生开设的课程,并与他们一起在教程和讲座中学习。
访问学生可以使用所有的学术和社会设施,如大学的各种设施,包括博德图书馆,教师(学科)图书馆,牛津大学计算服务,以及大学在学术期间组织的大量讲座。作为访问学生,您将自动成为牛津学院的终身成员,并将收到有关未来活动的详细信息。

学校介绍:牛津大学是世界上最著名的大学之一,创建于1250年,一些大学的历史可以追溯到更远。它也是一个著名的罗素集团成员主要研究型大学在英国(类似于常春藤联盟)。牛津大学享有当之无愧的声誉世界一流的教学、研究和设施。

目前可招收访问生的学院为以下四所学院:

1. 曼斯菲尔德学院

曼斯菲尔德学院将为选定的中国大学名单中的学生保留多达四个学位到我们的访问学生计划。我们优先考虑全年的申请。
 提供课程:经济学,英语,金融,地理学,历史,人类科学,管理,东方研究,哲学,政治,统计学,神学与宗教,古典,音乐与艺术史。

2. 彭布罗克学院

彭布罗克只接受整学年的访问学生。 不能只学习一到两个牛津学期,因为学院认为访问生需要时间适应牛津大学系统,并融入大学的社会生活更有利。访问学生在Pembroke可选择所有的学位课程。 其中一些学位课程结合了不止一个学科领域(如PPE – 哲学,政治和经济学)。
 提供课程:生物化学,生物科学,化学,经济学,英语,英语和现代语言,历史,历史与经济,历史与英语,历史与现代语言,历史与政治,法律,数学,数学与哲学,现代语言, 伊斯兰研究),东方研究(日本,中国),哲学,哲学和现代语言,政治,PPE,PPL,心理学,神学。

3. 摄政公园学院

摄政公园学院将为选定的中国大学名单中的学生保留最多2个学位到我们的访问学生项目。 更偏向于选择申请全年的访问生,但也会考虑两个学期的申请(1月至6月)。 摄政专长于艺术和人文学科的教学,提供带自助设施的单人入住的客房,学生可以选择在大学餐厅吃饭。
 提供课程:英语,经典,地理,历史,哲学,神学与宗教,政治,国际关系,经济学,艺术史,数学

4. 伍斯特学院

伍斯特学院将为选定的中国大学名单中的学生保留四个学位。
客房为单人入住,共用厨房位于附近。学生可以选择在大厅内用餐(这些餐厅的价格具有竞争力的价格),在自己的厨房自己做饭,或者在牛津的许多餐馆用餐。
 提供课程:经济学,哲学,数学,政治,英语,经典,计算机科学,英国历史和商业

二、 项目要求

1. 交大在校生
2. GPA不低于3.7(使用4.0 GPA系统)
3. 雅思或托福证书复印件:雅思总分不低于7.0(每个考试至少7.0分)或托福(基于互联网)的总分不低于110分,考试分数至少为:听力22,阅读24,口语25, 和写作24。
4. 个人陈述:您应该提供您迄今为止学习的简要说明,以及牛津一年如何适合您的教育计划(包括您想学习的主要科目和您在您的教育计划中完成的任何课程作业)
5. 最近完成的书面作品样本(如果可能,请标记),最好在您正在申请的主题之一
6. 两份学术评价(可以评论你的学业成绩和学习者类型的人)
7. 最新的学术成绩单
8. 申请表
9. 最近的照片

三、 报名方法

1、校内网申:1月5日之前,请感兴趣的同学请登录我的数字交大提交校内申请,选择校级-学期交换-学期交换项目--UK-Oxford University。同时,请下载附件中的报名表,连同所需的报名材料,于1月5日之前发送至studyabroad@sjtu.edu.cn,邮件标题为“牛津一年访学项目+姓名”。

2、校内选拔:学校会组织报名学生进行面试,择优选拔推荐给牛津大学。

3、牛津大学选拔:牛津大学项目方会对我们推荐的学生进行选拔,最终确定录取名单。

关于项目的任何疑问,可联络牛津项目方招聘主任:Dr Jason Lu at vsp@oxford-prospects.com

项目的详细信息以附件的项目宣传册为准。

四、 项目费用

1. 曼斯菲尔德学院
全年(Michaelmas term + Hilary term + Trinity term)
学费:23,768英镑 住宿:5,007英镑 总计:28,775英镑
两项:(Hilary term + Trinity term)
学费:17,553英镑 住宿:3,697英镑 总计:21,250英镑
访问学生通常发现,除了他们的学费和生活费用他们没有显着的费用。 我们提供的住宿是自助餐,但学生也可以选择在学院餐厅吃饭,在膳食费用补贴。
2. 彭布罗克学院
学费:每名学生27,747英镑(浮动)。
住宿将取决于房间类型。 根据2015 – 16年的成本,一个基本的盆室每年£3966英镑,一间连接房间是5301英镑。
公用事业2015-16年的费用是348英镑(浮动)。
3. 摄政公园学院
全年:(Michaelmas term + Hilary term + Trinity term):£24,000
两个学期:(Hilary Term + Trinity Term):£16,200 +£400管理费/学期。
4. 伍斯特学院
Michaelmas:£11,240。
Hilary Term + Trinity Term:£19,301。
第一笔费用包括迈克尔玛斯期限的住宿,但不包括9月份。 第二个费用包括Hilary Term + Trinity Term的住宿,但不是复活节假期之间。 9月份或复活节假期的额外住宿费用约为20英镑/晚。

详细信息请以附件中的项目宣传册为准。

报名表下载

项目宣传册

犹他大学


犹他大学

犹他大学1

Website of University: http://www.utah.edu/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://learningabroad.utah.edu/student/exchange/index.php
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://registrar.utah.edu/academic-calendars/

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 12 Credits
1 Credit =15 Class hours
1 Course= 3 Credits
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 12 Credits
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students: 15 Credits
Course Finder Website: http:// catalog.utah.edu

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

2018-2019 Semesters: 1

2. DEADLINES

Nomination
Spring Semester: August 15
Fall Semester: March 1

Application
Spring Semester: September 15
Fall Semester: April 1

3. REQUIREMENTS

3.0 GPA
Language requirement:
TOEFL minimum: 80 iBT/550 pBT IELTS minimum: 6.5

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Now online, see fact sheet or website for details:http://learningabroad.utah.edu/student/exchange/index.php

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Required for all exchange students, about $800/semester

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
Reserved for all exchange students (http://housing.utah.edu/)

Off campus
N/A

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

View detail: http://financialaid.utah.edu/paying-for-college/cost.php (exclude tution as exchange students don’t pay this)

CONTACT INFORMATION

Exchange Team
exchanges@utah.edu

2018-2019项目手册

康涅狄格大学


University of Connecticut

Ranked among the top 20 public universities in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report, the University of Connecticut (UConn) enrolls approximately 18,000 undergraduate students at UConn’s main campus in Storrs. Exchange students study at the main campus in Storrs, which offers state-of-the art research, living, and recreational facilities in the heart of New England. Campus life includes a vibrant student union, a host of volunteer opportunities and over 400 social, sport, hobby, travel and religious clubs.Incoming exchange students are also eligible to apply for work on campus.
Website of university: http://abroad.uconn.edu/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://abroad.uconn.edu/students/incoming/
Online academic calendar website: https://registrar.uconn.edu/academic-calendar/fall-2018/

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load = 12 credits;
1 Course = 1-4 credit
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students=12 credits
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students=17 credits
Course Finder

Website https://catalog.uconn.edu/directory-of-courses/
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Education are not available. Fine Arts & Statistics are available on a limited basis.

APPLICATION

1. DEADLINES:

Spring Semester:
Nomination Deadline – September 25
Student Application Deadline – October 9
Fall Semester:
Nomination Deadline – February 1
Student Application Deadline – March 1

Academic year Placements: 4

2. REQUIREMENT

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

English: GPA:3.0/based on a 4.0 scale
TOEFL Score: IBT TOEFL = 79 / IELTS 6.5
(Required unless English language of instruction)

AREAS OF STUDY:

Schools and Colleges of Agriculture & Natural Resources, Engineering, Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Business (courses are restricted to Business majors only)

3. PROCEDURE

Students apply for exchange online at abroad.uconn.edu
The home university nominates all students for exchange at UConn. Nominations should be sent toIncoming_Exchange@uconn.edu
The UConn Education Abroad Office will then invite nominated students to apply via our online application system. Students must complete the online application process by the due date to confirm their participation in the exchange program. The UConn Education Abroad Office will send an acceptance letter though email to all accepted students once they have completed the application process.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE:

Approximately $1,346-$1,452 USD per semester.
For more information: http://shs.uconn.edu/insurance-information/
It is mandatory for all exchange students to have personal medical Insurance that meets all J-1 visa requirements.
All exchange students are able to purchase UConn Health Insurance that meets all stated J-1 visa requirements.

2. ACCOMMODATION:

Most UConn students live on-campus.
On-campus housing is guaranteed for all exchange students that complete the online housing application by the due date.
Students will have access to the online housing application after they have been formally accepted to the exchange program.
Housing assignments will be made by Residential Life prior to the start of the semester. Single rooms are limited and most students have a roommate.
For more information: http://www.reslife.uconn.edu/

3. LIVING EXPENSES:

$3,419-$5,759USD per semester (Cost dependent on housing type)                                                                                               For more information: http://reslife.uconn.edu/room-rates/

4. VISA

Accepted exchange students will receive a DS-2019 form from UConn. This is needed to obtain your J-1 visa from the US Consulate/Embassy.
Students must submit proof of sufficient funds for their term of study.
For more information: http://global.uconn.edu/about/isss/

5. TRANSPORTATION

Students are encouraged to fly into an airport in the New York City or Boston areas. Bus transportation is available from New York City and Boston to UConn’s campus in Storrs.
Students may also arrive via Bradley International Airport (in the Hartford, CT area) and take a taxi to campus
For more information: http://global.uconn.edu/about/isss/transportation-tofrom-storrs/

CONTACT INFORMATION

Incoming Exchange Coordinator

E-mail:Incoming_Exchange@uconn.edu
附件: 项目信息

2019-2020 factsheet

马里兰大学


 马里兰大学

马里兰大学1

Driven by the pursuit of excellence, the University of Maryland has enjoyed a remarkable rise in accomplishment and reputation over the past two decades. By any measure, Maryland is now one of the nation’s preeminent public research universities and on a path to become one of the world’s best.

Website of University: http://www.umd.edu/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://globalmaryland.umd.edu/offices/education-abroad/incoming-exchanges
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://www.provost.umd.edu/calendar/

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 12 Credits
1 Course= 3-4 Credits
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 12
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students: 15 Credits
Course Finder Website: https://ntst.umd.edu/soc/

Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: Architecture, Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Chemistry, & Environmental Sciences and Policy-Biodiversity and Conservation, Communication, Computer Science, Criminology & Criminal Justice, Economics, Government & Politics, Journalism, Landscape Architecture, Psychology.

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

2015-2016 Spring Semester: 1
2016-2017 Academic Year: 1

2. DEADLINES

Spring Semester: November 1
Fall Semester: April 1

3. REQUIREMENTS

3.0/4.0 GPA

Language requirements
TOEFL: 90 minimum (22 minimum on each section; IELTS: 6.5 minimum (6.5 minimum on each section)

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Nominated students will receive log-in information for MyEA; all documents can be submitted on-line.

5. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) International Academic Credentials
2) Evidence of English Proficiency
3) Academic Department Approval

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Students must have insurance which meets the J-1 visa requirements:http://globalmaryland.umd.edu/offices/international-students-scholar-services/health-insurance-0

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
View detail: http://reslife.umd.edu/

Off campus
View detail: http://www.och.umd.edu/OCH/Default.aspx

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

SEVIS J-1 Visa Application Fee: $180 USD
UMD Student Activity Fee: $37.00 USD per semester
Housing:
On-campus – $3084 USD per semester
Off-campus – $850 USD per month
Food:
On-campus – $2088 USD per semester
Off-campus – $400 USD per month
Books/Supplies: $600
Personal expenses (including local travel & entertainment): $400 USD per month
UMD SHIP Health Insurance: $755 USD per semester (estimated)

5. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Once students are admitted, UMD will issue the form DS-2019 immigration document. Students must pay the SEVIS fee and complete the DS-160 (online) Non Immigrant Visa application before making their appointment at the U.S. Consulate/Embassy

6. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Exchange Coordinator
Krista Uhrig
kuhrig@umd.edu

附件一:University of Maryland Fact Sheet

多伦多大学


多伦多大学

多伦多大学1

Established in 1827, the University of Toronto has one of the strongest research and teaching faculties in North America, presenting top students at all levels with an intellectual environment unmatched in depth and breadth on any other Canadian campus.

Website of University: http://www.utoronto.ca/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.cie.utoronto.ca/Exchange-Programs/Students-From-Abroad/Inbound-Exchange-Options.htm
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://www.undergrad.engineering.utoronto.ca/Page420.aspx

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 3 credits minimum and 5 maximum
1 credit usually equals one course spanning either both the Fall and Winter ter or 1 course spanning the whole Summer term.
1 course that lasts one term (eg. Only the Winter term) = 0.5 credits
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: Please confirm with April
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 2.5 credits per term

Dentistry, Medicine, Rehabilitation Science/Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Pharmacy, Management (MBA), Master of Financial Economics (MFE), Master of Law (LLM) and Bachelor of Education (BEd). The Academic Bridging Program, the Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP), as well as the Co-op (work placement) program at UTSC are also not available to exchange students. Other programs — e.g., undergraduate Commerce/Management and Biochemistry — have traditionally had only a limited capacity for hosting exchange students.
View detail: http://www.cie.utoronto.ca/Exchange-Programs/Students-From-Abroad/Inbound-Exchange-Options.htm

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

1 Academic year: 2

2. DEADLINES

Fall semester: Feb 1 (Graduate students); Apr 1 (All others)
Winter: Feb-01 (Graduate students); Apr 1 (All others)
Summer: April 1st

3. REQUIREMENTS

No minimum academic requirements. Student Must be nominated by home institution.

Language requirements
Faculty of Arts & Science (St. George, Mississauga, Scarborough campuses),
Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education,
Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, and Faculty of Music:
•        TOEFL (iBT): minimum 89 overall, with minimum 22 on the writing section
•        IELTS Academic: minimum overall band of 6.5, with no band below 6.0

John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture:
•        TOEFL (iBT): minimum 100 overall, with minimum 22 on the writing section
•        IELTS Academic: minimum overall band of 6.5, with no band below 6.0

Graduate-level studies (Applying to School of Graduate Studies):
•        TOEFL (iBT): minimum 93 overall, with minimum 22 on the writing and speaking sections
•        IELTS Academic: minimum overall band of 7.0, with no band below 6.5

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Partner university must nominate candidates through the partner portalhttps://internationalprograms.studentlife.utoronto.ca/PartnerPortal/Login

then the student must complete the online exchange application in the student portalhttps://internationalprograms.studentlife.utoronto.ca/StudentPortal/Login

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

UHIP is mandatory and costs $57/month

2. ACCOMMODATION

Please refer to the website to see the options we have both on and off campus.http://cie.utoronto.ca/Coming/Prepare-for-Arrival/Housing.htm

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Approximately $1400-$2200

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Depending on your country you might need an entry visa or a study permit. For detailed information please check out http://cie.utoronto.ca/Coming/Prepare-for-Arrival/Entry-Visa.htm Also referhttp://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp and http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study-who.asp

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Exchange Officer for Inbound Students
April Hoy
inbound.exchange@utoronto.ca

项目详细信息

西蒙弗雷泽大学


西蒙弗雷泽大学

西蒙弗雷泽大学1

SFU is Canada’s most community-engaged research university, with three thriving urban campuses. Born in 1965, SFU has become Canada’s leading comprehensive university with vibrant campuses in British Columbia’s largest municipalities — Vancouver, Burnaby and Surrey — and deep roots in partner communities throughout the province and around the world.

Website of university: http://www.sfu.ca/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.sfu.ca/students/exchange.html
Online academic calendar website: http://www.sfu.ca/students/calendar/2015/spring/academic-dates/2015.html

ABOUT COURSE

Courses that have a “W” in their number (eg CMNS 253W) are considered “writing intensive” courses. Exchange and study abroad students may have access to “W” courses, but need to demonstrate proof of prior academic English work (above and beyond the basic English language requirements for admission to SFU). For more information please contact exchange@sfu.ca.
Due to demand and space restrictions, some courses and academic programs have limited or restricted access for exchange/study abroad students. For more information, please viewhttp://www.sfu.ca/students/exchange/academic-information/restricted-subjects-and-courses.html

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1.  REQUIREMENTS

In order to attend SFU as an exchange or study abroad student, your home university must have a current Formal Exchange/Study Abroad Agreement with Simon Fraser University.
All applicants must demonstrate competence in the English language in one of the following two ways:
1) completion of the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) with a minimum overall band score of 6.5 with no part less than 6.0.)
2) completion of TOEFL IBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-based test) with an overall score of 88 or better with a minimum score of 20 in each of the four components (listening, speaking, writing, reading).

2.  APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Number of semester placements: up to 5 semester spaces inbound (2015-2016 Spring Semester)   proposed 4 outbound spaces and 5 inbound spaces (2016-2017 Academic Year) 

Nomination and Application Deadlines
FALL TERM (OR FULL-YEAR) ADMISSION:
Nomination deadline: March 15 (partner institutions must nominate students by this date)
Early application deadline (with priority housing): March 31 (students must submit both their complete exchange/study abroad application and their complete housing application to be placed on the priority housing list)
Regular application deadline (without priority housing): April 30

SPRING TERM ADMISSION:
Nomination deadline: September 15 (partner institutions must nominate students by this date)
Application deadline: September 30

SUMMER TERM ADMISSION:
Nomination deadline: January 15 (partner institutions must nominate students by this date)
Application deadline: January 30

In order to attend SFU as an exchange/study abroad student, you must be studying at one of SFU’s formal exchange/study abroad partner institutions, and they must nominate you for an exchange/study abroad at SFU. Contact your university’s International or Exchange Office to find out more about the application procedure, application deadlines, and selection process.
Once your home university’s international office has submitted a nomination for you, you will receive an email from SFU with a link to our online application.
As part of the online application, you will be asked to submit a minimum of 8 course access requests besides uploading required application documents.
View detail: http://www.sfu.ca/students/exchange/prospective/application.html

3. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Most recent official transcript (in English; your home university’s international office may need to do this on your behalf)
2) Colour passport-style photo (head shot from the shoulders up; white- or light-coloured background with full face view; no hats, sunglasses, etc.)
3) Statement of interest (250-500 word statement about your interest in SFU, your study plan and any relevant academic and international experience)
4) Copy of your TOEFL iBT or Academic IELTS score if your primary language is not English. Applicants must demonstrate English language competence and literacy. Please refer to the list of SFU English Language and Literacy Requirements.
If you wish to be registered as a Graduate student at SFU you must submit additional supporting document including:
1) Two academic references (a letter of support from your program supervisor is preferred, and one letter of support from a recent instructor),
2) Curriculum vitae
3) Research proposal (only for those students planning to pursue research while at SFU)

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

As an exchange or study abroad student, you must have primary medical insurance for the entire duration of your studies at SFU. The number of terms you are studying at SFU (1 term or 2 – 3 terms) will determine what kind of insurance you need to apply for.
View detail: http://www.sfu.ca/medical-insurance/exchange-studyabroad.html

2. ACCOMMODATION

SFU’s on-campus residences are located at the Burnaby Campus. They are 5-15 minutes walking distance to most buildings on the Burnaby Campus and under an hour by public transit to the Surrey and Vancouver campuses. For more information on SFU’s on-campus housing, please seehttp://www.sfu.ca/students/residences.html
SFU is not able to guarantee on-campus housing for exchange/study abroad students. Places in residence are offered on a first-come-first-serve basis, so we encourage you to apply early as explained below.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

It varies. Study Abroad programme fees can be found here:http://www.sfu.ca/students/exchange/fees.html and a guide to estimated fees can be found here:http://www.sfu.ca/students/residences/rates.html

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

1) Check the application processing times
2) Determine where and how you will submit your application
3) Read the Application Guide and collect the necessary Forms and Documents required

The CIC website (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/student.asp)provides the resources you will need to apply for your documents. Please note that to apply for a study permit, you will typically require the following items: (A) APPLICATION FOR A STUDY PERMIT.
(B) VALID PASSPORT.
(C) OFFICIAL SFU EXCHANGE / STUDY ABROAD ADMISSION LETTER
(D) PROOF OF FUNDS.
For more information regarding proof of financial support, please visit the CIC website.

(4) Consult the website of the Canadian visa office serving the country or region where you live to determine if you are required to provide additional requirements, forms or documents.

View detail: http://www.sfu.ca/students/exchange/new/immigration-documents/study-permit.html

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

不列颠哥伦比亚大学


不列颠哥伦比亚大学

不列颠哥伦比亚大学1

The University of British Columbia is a global centre for research and teaching, consistently ranked among the 40 best universities in the world. Since 1915, UBC’s West Coast spirit has embraced innovation and challenged the status quo. Its entrepreneurial perspective encourages students, staff and faculty to challenge convention, lead discovery and explore new ways of learning. At UBC, bold thinking is given a place to develop into ideas that can change the world.

Website of University: https://www.ubc.ca/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://students.ubc.ca/about/go-global/coming-ubc-exchange
Academic calendar: http://www.calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver/

ABOUT COURSE

1 Credit =One hour of instruction or two to three hours of lab work per week
1 Course = Mostly single-term courses are equivalent to 3 credits
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: Regular course load is 15 credits per semester; full-time definition for immigration status purpose is 9 credits per semester.
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 18 credits per semester; students who want to exceed the regular course load of 15 credits per semester will need our advisor’s approval.

Course Finder Website: https://courses.students.ubc.ca/cs/main?pname=subjarea
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: http://students.ubc.ca/about/go-global/coming-ubc-exchange/register-courses-ubc-exchange

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

SJTU to UBC 6 Semester Spaces (or 3 full year)
UBC to SJTU 4 Semester Spaces (or 2 full year)

2. DEADLINES

Fall semester: nomination deadline: March 15
Application deadline: April 1

3. REQUIREMENTS

IELTS: 6.5 with no part less than 6.0
TOEFL:

Internet-based test

Overall score: 90
Reading: 22
Listening: 22
Writing: 21
Speaking: 21

Paper-based test

Reading 55
Listening 55
Writing 55*
*(4.0 on Test of Written English)

4. APPLICATION RPOCEDURES

online nomination–Online application

5. APPLICATION DUCUMENTS

1)Architecture -Statement explaining your interest in the discipline of architecture and UBC’s School of Architecture
-Curriculum Vitae (resumé)
-Two letters of reference
-Portfolio (a representative sample of undergraduate or graduate level architecture course work)
-TOEFL score of 100 (Internet-based)
2)Landscape Architecture: A portfolio of your design work is required for admission
3)Education: If you want to participate in a teaching practicum, a criminal record check (from your local police authority) is mandatory. This requirement is the result of British Columbia legislation that requires a review of all candidates who will be working with children.
4)Music: A DVD or VHS audition tape. Please email music.advisor@ubc.caif you have questions about the audition tape.
5)Visual Arts : A portfolio (CD or slides) of your work in the areas you would like to take courses (e.g., sculpture, painting).

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All inbound exchange students are automatically enrolled in iMED Insurance; single-term exchange students will have the insurance for the entire exchange semester, and full-year students will have the insurance for the first three months. After the first three months, full-year exchange students will be covered by BC MSP, for which they need to apply as soon as they arrive in Vancouver

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
Limited availability for Term 1 single-term exchange students

Off campus
Go Global provides an information package to help students find off-campus houing

3. ESTIMATED COST

View detail: http://students.ubc.ca/about/go-global/coming-ubc-exchange/costs-coming-ubc-exchange

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Ms. Wendy Kang

E-mail: wendy.kang@ubc.ca

附件:2018-2019项目宣传册

 

澳门大学


澳门大学1

学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:澳门大学University of Macau
2、学生类别、名额:本硕,5名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名,获得提名的同学填写申请资料,寄送相关材料的正本
4、申请截止时间
请参考具体通知

澳门大学联系方式:chloelei@um.edu.mo

 

香港科技大学


香港科技大学1

学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:香港科技大学  The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
2、学生类别、名额:本科生5名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名至香港科技大学,获得提名的同学填写申请资料,寄送申请材料的正本
4、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

香港浸会大学


香港浸会大学1

学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:香港浸会大学 Baptist University
2、学生类别、名额:本科生5名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名,获得提名的同学填写申请资料,寄送相关材料的正本
4、语言要求

平均绩点2.5以上,雅思6.0或托福80以上

5、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

香港浸会大学联系方式:exchange@hkbu.edu.hk

 

香港城市大学


香港城市大学1

学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:香港城市大学 City University of Hong Kong
2、学生类别、名额:本科生5名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名至香港城市大学,获得提名的同学在线填写申请资料,寄送相关材料的正本
4、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

香港城市大学联系方式:jenny.chukc@cityu.edu.hk

香港理工大学


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学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:香港理工大学 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
2、学生类别、名额:本科生5名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名至香港理工大学,获得提名的同学填写申请资料,寄送申请材料的正本
4、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

香港中文大学


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春季学期派出交换生信息

1、学校名称:香港中文大学The Chinese University of Hong Kong
2、学生类别、名额:本科生5名/学期
3、选派交换学期:每年仅在春季学期派出
4、申请程序
由我校提名至香港中文大学,获得提名的同学在线填写资料,寄送申请材料的正本
4、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

 

香港大学


香港大学

学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:香港大学 The University of Hong Kong
2、学生类别、名额:本科生5名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名至香港大学,获得提名的同学在线填写资料,寄送申请材料的正本

4、申请语言要求

雅思6.5或托福97以上,绩点3以上

5、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

香港大学联系方式:exchange@hku.hk

 

台湾阳明大学


 

学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:台湾阳明大学
2、学生类别、名额:本科生 或者 研究生 共计5名/学期
3、本次选派交换学期
由我校提名,获得提名的同学填写申请资料
4、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

https://oia.ym.edu.tw/index.php/zh-tw/2016-06-04-05-47-51/2016-06-03-13-38-42/18-2016-06-19-12-31-48/2016-06-19-12-32-31/333-2016-06-28-12-28-28

台湾中山大学


 

学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:台湾中山大学
2、学生类别、名额:本科生 或者 研究生 共计5名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名,获得提名的同学填写申请资料
4、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

https://oia.nsysu.edu.tw/index.php

台湾中央大学


 

学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:台湾中央大学
2、学生类别、名额:本科生 或者 研究生 共计5名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名,获得提名的同学填写申请资料
4、时间节点
请参考招募通知

5、具体要求、程序及注意事项等请参考附后的文件
请点击下载:
台湾中央大学交换生信息

台湾政治大学


 

学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:台湾政治大学
2、学生类别、名额:本科生 或者 研究生 共计3名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名,获得提名的同学填写申请资料
4、申请截止时间

以具体申请通知为准

 

http://oic.nccu.edu.tw/bin/home.php?Lang=zh-tw

 

新竹交通大学


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学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:台湾新竹交通大学 NCTU
2、学生类别、名额:本科生 或者 研究生 共计5名/学期
3、申请程序
由我校提名https://oia.nctu.edu.tw/,获得提名的同学填写申请资料
4、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

说明:
新竹交大的宿舍很紧张,通常男生宿舍多于女生宿舍,有可能会对名额的男女生比例进行限制

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新竹清华大学


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学期交换生信息

1、学校名称:新竹清华大学 NTHU
2、学生类别、名额:本科生 或者 研究生,每个学期5名
3、申请程序
由我校提名至新竹清华大学,获得提名的同学填写申请资料
4、申请截止时间
请参考具体申请通知

 

 

http://oga.nthu.edu.tw/

以色列理工大学


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Technion–Israel Institute of Technology is a public research university in Haifa, Israel. Founded in 1912, Technion is the country’s oldest university. The institute offers degrees in science and engineering, and related fields such as architecture, medicine, industrial management and education. Although the official language of instruction at Technion is Hebrew, several undergraduate and graduate study programs and courses are taught in English through Technion International.

Website of university:  http://int.technion.ac.il/
Website for inbound exchange students:  http://int.technion.ac.il/academic-programs/summer-programs/introduction/
Online academic calendar website: http://int.technion.ac.il/prospective-students-2/useful-information/events/

ABOUT COURSE

The Study Abroad program is offered through Technion International and is taught in English. The Program offers a challenging and intensive course load that can be tailored to meet each student’s specific interests as well as ensuring their ability to meet specific prerequisites or course requirements for their home universities or prospective graduate or advanced studies. Courses are offered in fields of:
Engineering and Science
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Medicine
Humanities
Students may also enroll for an additional fee in a conversational Hebrew course. Students with sufficient language proficiency may be eligible to take regular Technion courses taught in Hebrew.
View detail:  http://int.technion.ac.il/semester-programs/

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1. REQUIREMENTS

Admission to the Semester Abroad program requires a GPA of 80/3.0 and above
Since the academic program at Technion International is taught entirely in English , applicants are required to demonstrate their english proficiency before thrie enrollment . Applicants from countries where English is not the primary language may be required to undergo an interview in English.

2. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Completed Application Form
2) Two letters of recommendation*
3) A personal statement outlining why you want to study at Technion
4) Resume with passport size picture
5)Transcripts (original or approved copies)
6)$ 50 (USD) non-refundable application fee
7)Students from non-English speaking countries must either undergo a personal interview or submit their TOFEL/IELTS scores

*An original copy must be sent to the Admissions Office directly from the evaluator.
View detail: http://int.technion.ac.il/semester-programs/

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Technion require an Israeli health insurance be issued to exchange students.

2. ACCOMMODATION

 On campus

Depending on availability – starting at 380$
Off campus

N/A

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

500-600$ (not including rent)

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

The student A/2 visa is intended for students who have been admitted to an educational institution in Israel. Students who are entering Israel in order to participate in an educational program must apply for a student visa. Exchange students must apply for a Student Visa at the Israeli Consulate in their home country.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

耶路撒冷希伯来大学


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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, founded in 1918 and opened officially in 1925, is Israel’s premier university as well as its leading research institution. The Hebrew University is ranked internationally among the 100 leading universities in the world and first among Israeli universities.

Website of university: http://new.huji.ac.il/en
Website for inbound exchange students: http://international.huji.ac.il/en/programs/exchange
Online academic calendar website: http://academic-secretary.huji.ac.il/index.php?cmd=english.473

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 20 credits per semester
1 Credit = 1 semester hour of frontal study
1 Course= 2-6 Credits
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: Undergraduate: 12 credits per semester; Graduate: 4 credits per semester
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: Undergraduate: 18 credits per semester
Courses of Medicine; MBA are NOT available to exchange students.

Course Finder Website: RIS Undergraduate: https://overseas.huji.ac.il/?CategoryID=497 (English); RIS Graduate https://overseas.huji.ac.il/risgradcourses (English); Faculty level courses http://shnaton.huji.ac.il/(Hebrew and English)

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

Academic Year: 4

2. DEADLINES

Spring: Undergraduate programs:November 15th
Graduate programs::November 30th
Fall: Autumn and Year
Undergraduate programs:April 30th
Graduate programs:May 15th

3. REQUIREMENTS

Most of the courses taught in English and Hebrew (pending on meeting Hebrew requirements and avaliability)IELTS 7 or TOEFL 89 Official scores; Hebrew requirements (if a student wishes to attend regular University courses)  http://moreinfo.huji.ac.il/ShowPage.asp?cat=353&in=333

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

On-line application for exchange student https://overseas.huji.ac.il/onlineapply/apply.aspx?rsp=Exchange&qcd=bz18Qd97K3

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All students at the Hebrew University, including part-time and external students, must have health insurance coverage for the period of their studies.
View detail: https://overseas.huji.ac.il/health

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
View detail: https://overseas.huji.ac.il/housing

Off campus
Renting off-campus housing is an attractive option for many students. Monthly rent for an individual sharing an apartment will generally cost US $200-$400, depend¬ing upon the size, location, and amenities of the room/apartment, as well as the number of roommates. When renting an apartment, students must take into account additional expenses: electricity, water, gas, municipal taxes (arnona), and the monthly building maintenance fee.

3. VISA REQUIREMENTS

ALL students must obtain a MULTIPLE ENTRY A/2 STUDENT VISA prior to their arrival to Israel through the closest Israeli Embassy or Consulate.
View detail: https://overseas.huji.ac.il/gradvisa

4. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

CONTACT INFORAMTION

Head of the International Office
Ms. Jane Turner
janet@savion.huji.ac.il

南洋理工大学


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A research-intensive public university, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has 33,500 undergraduate and postgraduate students in the colleges of Engineering, Business, Science and Humanities, Arts & SocialSciences. In 2013, NTU had enrolled the first batch of students at its new medical school, the Lee Kong Chian School ofMedicine, which is jointly set up with Imperial College London.
NTU is also home to four world-class autonomous institutes – the National Institute of Education, S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Earth Observatory of Singapore, and Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering – and various leading research centres such as the Nanyang Environment & Water Research Institute (NEWRI) and the Energy Research Institute@ NTU (ERI@N).
A fast-growing university with an international outlook, NTU is putting its global stamp on the Five Peaks of Excellence: Sustainable Earth, Future Healthcare, New Media, New Silk Road and Innovation Asia.
NTU has a satellite campus in Singapore’s Science and Tech Hub, One-North, and is setting up a campus inNovena, Singapore’smedical district.

Website of University: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/Pages/home.aspx
Website for inbound exchange students:http://global.ntu.edu.sg/GMP/GEMTrailblazer/Pages/GEMTrailblazer.aspx
Academic calendar:
Undergraduates
Postgraduates

ABOUT COURSE

Undergraduates
Exchange students usually take 3 to 5 courses per semester based on 3 or
4 AU per course (subjected to home university’s and NTU’s approval).
No minimum workload is required.
Maximum workload allowed is 6 courses or 20 AUs per semester.
Course finder website: https://wis.ntu.edu.sg/webexe/owa/aus_subj_cont.main

Postgraduates
For Postgraduates students, it is compulsory to take a minimum of 2 postgraduate courses and a maximum of 5 courses per semester. Postgraduates can choose both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Course finder website: http://wis.ntu.edu.sg/pls/webexe88/pgr$query_subject_content.display?in_acad=

Restricted programmes
1) All courses from our 5 autonomous institutions – the National Institute of Education*, the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Earth Observatory of Singapore, Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering and Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine.
* Only NIE General Electives are available to exchange students
2) Entrepreneurship courses offered by the Nanyang Technopreneurship Center
3) Graduate Programmes offered by the Nanyang Business School
4) Inter-semestral sessions (Do not follow the usual academic
calendar)
5) Post-Graduate Restricted Courses – Please refer to the  Appendix Pg 30 for the list of Graduate programmes not open  to exchange students or highly popular programmes with  limited vacancies.

APPLICATION

1. DEADLINES

Undergraduates
Semester 1 (Fall) – 30th March
Semester 2 (Spring) – 30th September

Postgraduates
Semester 1 (Fall) – 15th March
Semester 2 (Spring) – 15th September

2. REQUIREMENTS

IELTS: a minimumof 6 for the Writing sub-test
TOEFL: a minimum of 570 (paper) or 90 (internet) or 237
(computer)
SAT1: a minimum of 600 for the Verbal section; or 7 for the Essay section
IB: a minimum of 4 for Higher Level English or 4 for Standard Level English
MUET: Band 6 and a minimumof 50 for writing

3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1) Partner universities shall inform NTU via email, the names of nominated students and period of exchange, in accordance to the units of exchange agreed per academic year.
2) Nominated students coming to NTU on exchange must be a full-time, matriculated student in one of NTU exchange partner institutions and have completed 2 semesters of study at home university, with proof of results.
3) The exchange programme is opened to all nationals except Singapore.
4) Students who are pursuing a Master’s degree at their home university but have yet to attain any Bachelor’s degree, shall apply and be classified as an undergraduate student.
5) Nominated students shall then submit an online application through the following link:https://venus.wis.ntu.edu.sg/NG_APP/Pages/Login.aspx

4. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Latest official transcript in English (signed by the Registrar and should include the university’s seal), reflecting all courses taken in
PDF format (<600kb)
2) Clear, coloured passport-size photo in JPEG format (<60kb; 400(W) x 514(H) pixels) Click here for the photo guidelines.
3) Clear & coloured, scanned copy of passport information page (valid for at least 6 months from the commencement of your exchange at NTU) in JPEG format (<200kb)
4) Up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV) in PDF format (<600kb) (Applicable to students on Research and WEP exchange only)
5) Bachelor’s degree certificate in PDF format (for postgraduates only)

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All exchange students are required to purchase the compulsory NTU Group Hospitalisation & Surgical Insurance (GHSI) even if they have already bought similar insurance in their home country.
View detail: www.ntu-ghs.com.sg

2. ACCOMMODATION

On-campus housing shall not be guaranteed to exchange students. Students must be prepared to live off-campus should
their application for on-campus housing be unsuccessful. In the past semesters, over 40% of our exchange students were unsuccessful with their application and stayed off-campus.
Housing options are described in detail at: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/has/Undergraduate/Pages/index.aspx

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

The living costs you incur will depend on your lifestyle. On an average, student should prepare an estimated SGD5,000 per semester to defray costs such as accommodation, food, transportation, personal expenses, textbooks etc.
For more detailed information, please visit: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/SAO/iss/ManagingFinances/Pages/index.asPx

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

An Entry Visa is required of international students from some countries for entry into Singapore.
http://www.ica.gov.sg/services_centre_overview.aspx?pageid=252&secid=165
Visit Singapore’s Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA)website to learn more.http://www.ica.gov.sg/index.aspxC 

5. SCHOLARHIPS

See attached factsheet.

CONTACT INFORMATION

International Student Support (ISS)
SAO-ISS@ntu.edu.sg

新加坡管理大学


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A premier university in Asia, the Singapore Management University (SMU) is internationally recognised for its world-class research and distinguished teaching. Established in 2000, SMU’s mission is to generate leading-edge research with global impact and produce broad-based, creative and entrepreneurial leaders for the knowledge-based economy. SMU comprises six schools: School of Accountancy, Lee Kong Chian School of Business, School of Economics, School of Information Systems, School of Law and School of Social Sciences, offering a wide range of bachelors, masters and PhD degree programmes in business and other disciplines. SMU received accreditation from AACSB International for both its business and accounting programmes in April 2011, and was shortly awarded the coveted EQUIS accreditation (5 years) for its business programmes in December 2011.

Website of University: http://www.smu.edu.sg/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://smu.edu.sg/smu/programmes/exchange-programme/international-programme/incoming-students
Academic calendar: http://info.smu.edu.sg/courses/index.asp

ABOUT COURSE

Contact hours per undergraduate course 1 credit course = 39 contact hours per semester 0.5 credit course = 18 contact hours per semester (6 to 12 hours per week of self-study or preparation time) Number of credits per undergraduate course Either 0.5 or 1 credit per course Workload per semester for exchange students Minimum = 2 credits Maximum = 4 credits Teaching methods Presentation, projects, class participation and examinations.

Only undergraduate programmes/schools (Accountancy, Business, Economics, Information Systems, Law, Social Sciences) are open to exchange students. A list of courses available for exchange students will be sent to applicants about two weeks before course registration. Postgraduate courses are not open to exchange students and graduate students may only take undergraduate courses.
Course finder website : http://info.smu.edu.sg/courses/index.asp

APPLICATION

1. DEADLINES

Nomination deadlines:
For enrolment in Spring Semester (Term 2, January to April): 23 September
For enrolment in Fall Semester (Term 1, August to December): 22 April

Application deadlines:
For enrolment in Spring Semester (Term 2, January to April): 30 September
For enrolment in Fall Semester (Term 1, August to December): 30 April

2. REQUIREMENTS

To enrol for the international exchange programme at SMU, candidates should first seek approval from the home university. The candidate should only submit the online application upon the home university’s confirmation and nomination, Students MUST be enrolled in full-time undergraduate or graduate degree programmes at overseas universities that have concluded an academic exchange agreement with Nagoya University. Refer to Partner Institutions. They should not be engaged in full-time employment.

Language requirements

The score for TOEFL-test should be equivalent to 550 points (the paper-based test) or 213 points (the computer-based test) or between 79 – 80 points (the internet-based test). The overall score for IELTS should be equivalent to 6.5 points. The score for TOEIC should be 700 points.

3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

View detail: http://smu.edu.sg/smu/programmes/exchange-programme/international-programme/incoming-students

DAILY LIFE

1. ACCOMMODATION

SMU hostel Students may apply for the Evans Hostel. The 4 type of rooms available are: (i) Double Common (Twin-sharing room with single beds and with common sharing toilets & bathrooms), (ii) Single Common (Single bed with common sharing toilets & bathrooms), (iii) Double Studio (Twin-sharing room with single beds and with attached bathroom), and (iv) Single Studio (Single bed room with attached bathroom). Exchange students will be informed on application procedures after they are accepted into the exchange programme. Application is on a first-come-first-served basis. More information on the hostel is available via the following website: http://www.smu.edu.sg/campus-information/accommodation-at-evan-hostel 

2. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Exchange students can expect to spend approximately S$7500 – S$9000 per term (including housing rental).

3. VISA REQUIREMENTS

As a student participating in SMU for an exchange programme, exchange students are required to apply for a student pass prior to arrival in Singapore. The SMU Office of Global Learning will apply the student’s pass on their behalf before their arrival. Please refer to the Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority’s website (http://www.ica.gov.sg/) for more information about visas and immigration matters. Upon arrival in Singapore, students will be granted a Social Visit Pass stamp in their passport or Disembarkation/ Embarkation card. This allows them to stay for at least 30 days in Singapore. Before expiry of the entry visa, they must collect their student pass from the immigration office.

4. SCHOLARHIPS

View detail: http://admissions.smu.edu.sg/scholarships

CONTACT INFORMATION

Country Manager – China, Canada, East USA
Ms. LEE Weijun
wjlee@smu.edu.sg

新加坡国立大学


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NUS is a leading global university centred in Asia.

Website of University: http://www.nus.edu.sg/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.nus.edu.sg/iro/sep/in/before/index.html

ABOUT COURSE

Exchange students are required to read a minimum of 12 modular credits (MCs) per semester (approximately 3 modules) and no more than 20 MCs (approximately 5 modules), regardless of whether these modules are set to audit or examinable.
1 Module = 4 credits
Course Finder Website: https://share.nus.edu.sg/registrar/info/ng/NG-Modules.pdf

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF SEMESTER PLACEMENTS

2017-2018 Academic Year: 5 semester places
(* 5 students in Fall semester)

2. DEADLINES

Nomination
Spring semester: September 1
Fall semester : March 13

Application
Spring semester: October 1
Fall semester : April 15

3. REQUIREMENTS

1)  Incoming exchange students must be nominated by the exchange coordinator from one of SEP Exchange Partners. Contact your university’s study abroad or international office for more information.
2)  Incoming exchange students have completed at least two semesters of undergraduate studies and must continue to assume this status throughout your intended duration of study at NUS.
3)  Incoming exchange students must be proficient in English in order to benefit from your studies at NUS. The medium of instruction at NUS is English (except for Asian or European studies, where a good command of the respective Asian or European language is a prerequisite). TOEFL or IELTS score is only required for students intending to take modules from Law who are from non-English medium Universities.

Language requirements:

Exchange students from non-English medium institutions are required to submit either the TOEFL or IELTS result if they are applying to read modules from the NUS Faculty of Law.
View detail: http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/edu/ng.html#general

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1) Submit online application at https://myaces.nus.edu.sg/ngAdmForm/
2) Scan supporting documents for uploading onto the online application portal
3) Send scanned supporting documents via email to nghelp@nus.edu.sg if student wish to specific courses.
4) Applicants who make a voluntary health declaration in the online application form should support the declaration with a doctor’s certification/letter if he/she needs to seek special assistance while on exchange at NUS. The type of special assistance provided by NUS will be limited to the availability of resources and trained personnel on campus. Please refer to http://nus.edu.sg/osa/dso/sssn for more information.
5) All supporting documents to be uploaded or sent via email to NUS Registrar’s Office by 1 May for Semester 1 exchange and 15 October for Semester 2 exchange. No hardcopy supporting documents is required during exchange application.
6) Late and incomplete application might not be processed in time for admission in the respective semester.
For detailed information, please see attachned file.

5. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Passport photo
2) Original copy of academic transcript in English and with University stamp
3)Copy of passport page showing the nationality and personal details

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Every international student must take up the compulsory NUS Health and Insurance Scheme (HINS) which is included in the Miscellaneous Student Fees (MSFs). For more information on insurance coverage, please refer to http://www.nus.edu.sg/uhc/healthservice/insurance/G&NG.html

2. ACCOMMOATION

On campus
NUS Non-Graduating (Exchange or Non-Exchange) students may apply for a place in the Halls of Residences and Student Residences. Accommodations at the College of Alice & Peter Tan, Tembusu, Residential College 4 and Cinnamon Colleges are primarily for Non-Graduating students from the colleges’ partner universities.

Off campus
NUS has built relations with several off-campus accommodation options that are affordable to students and conveniently located near to the NUS’ main Kent Ridge Campus and Bukit Timah Campus (for Law students). These include:
Hwa Chong Institution Boarding School – www.hcibs.edu.sg
Nanyang Girls Boarding School –http://www.nyboarding.edu.sg
Yo:HA Student Hostel Ulu Pandan and Henderson Outlets – http://www.yoha.com.sg/hostels.aspx
Evan’s Lodge (near Bukit Timah Campus)- http://www.katonghostel.com/evan/

3. EXTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Please refer to NUS Information Sheet athttp://www.nus.edu.sg/iro/sep/in/before/NUS%20Info%20Sheet%20AY1516.pdf (under Estimated Monthly Expenses)

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Exchange students who have been accepted to NUS will receive instructions via email for the Student’s Pass application.
Students who need a visa to enter Singapore can use the In-Principle Approval (IPA) letter to serve as a single-trip entry visa. All other students will be instructed to enter on a tourist visa and then convert it to a Student’s Pass during registration.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

Incoming exchange student can apply for Temasek Foundation Leadership Enrichment and Regional Networking Programme @ NUS (TF LEaRN @ NUS). Applicants have to be nominated by their home university by 1 March 2015. The nominated student has to submit the application by 28 March 2015 (Notes : The TF LEaRN @ NUS runs only in Semester 1 (Aug-Dec). There may be some slight change in dates for AY 2016/17).
View detail: http://www.nus.edu.sg/IRO/opps/others/in/tflearn/index.html

CONTACT INFORMATION

Senior Manager
Ms May Yee

庆应义塾大学


庆应大学

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Keio University is a private, comprehensive higher education institution located on six campuses spread across the Greater Tokyo area. It offers an environment of academic and research excellence in a wide range of fields, and includes a university hospital. Founded in 1858, it is Japan’s first modern institution of higher learning, and over the last century and a half it has established itself as a leader in Japan through its continued commitment to education, research and medicine.

Website of university:  http://www.korea.edu 
Website for inbound exchange students:  http://oia.korea.ac.kr 
Online academic calendar website:  http://oia.korea.ac.kr/listener.do?layout=cps_1

ABOUT COURSE

Undergraduate Faculty Courses are conducted in Japanese, so students who have Japanese language proficiency equivalent to JLPT level N2 may take courses in Japanese offered by the various Keio University faculties.
*Some registration restrictions and/or course prerequisites may apply. Physical education courses, foreign language courses, and courses in the School of Medicine are not open to exchange students.
View detail: http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/aboutic/aboutcourse/
Keio University also offer three unique programs for undergraduate and graduate exchange students.
View detail: http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/study/exchange/courses.html

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1. REQUIREMENTS

Be enrolled at one of Keio University’s partner institutions
Have student status at your home institution throughout your period of study at Keio University
Be formally nominated as an exchange student by your home institution
There is no GPA requirement for applying to our exchange program.

2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Number of Semester Placements: 2
Spring Semester Deadline: October 5

Autumn Semester Deadline: March 30

1) Ensure you meet Keio’s eligibility
2) Review programs and course descriptions
3) Complete the online registration
4) Submit your application documents to your home exchange office. Have your home exchange office forward all required documents to Keio by the deadline.
5. Submit your visa document (Application for Certificate of Eligibility) in Excel format to us by e-mail at ic-coe@adst.keio.ac.jp
View detail: http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/study/exchange/apply.html

3. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Official nomination letter (Cover Letter) from your home institution
2) Application form
3) Study proposal
4) One academic letter (recommendation letter)
5) Self-evaluation sheet for Japanese language proficiency
6) Official transcript
7) Certificate of health
8) Certificate of financial support
9) One copy of passport
10) One photocopied set

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All International students under the visa status of “Student” must join the National Health Insurance (NHI) sponsored by the Japanese national and local government. The monthly premium of NHI is about 1,500 JPY.

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus

N/A

Off campus

Exchange students are guranteed to be assigned to one of the accommodations subsidized by Keio.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

The average cost of living expense is at least JPY 130,000/month if you live in university-subsidized student housing.

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Students must obtain a Student Visa in order to study at Keio University. You will need a Certificate of Eligibility to apply for your visa at the Japanese Embassy or consulates in your country. Your visa’s term of validity is the same as the length of your study term at Keio.
View detail:  http://www.ic.keio.ac.jp/en/study/exchange/visa.html

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships such as JASSO are available but are not guaranteed for all the exchange students since the number of recipients is very limited.

拓殖大学


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Website of University: http://www.takushoku-u.ac.jp/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://language.takushoku-u.ac.jp/chinese-simplified/index.html
Online Academic Calendar Website: https://www.takushoku-u.ac.jp/student_center/schedule.html

ABOUT COURSE

fulltime load & Minimum course enrolment for exchange students : depends on the home university
1 Credit = depends on the class
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 26 credits/semester

Course Finder Website: http://syllabus.takushoku-u.ac.jp/index.html

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

Spring Semester: 1

Fall Semester: 1

Academic Year: 2

2. DEADLINES

Fall semester: March 1

3. REQUIREMENTS

  1. Who holds at least the N2 level in Japanese Language Proficiency Test or a Certificate from his/her instructor of Japanese language.
  2. Who holds score of 100 points or more in the J-CAT test J-CAT: http://www.j-cat.org/en/
  3. Who is an undergraduate.

4. EXCHANGE REGULATIONS

Exchange students should follow these regulations below.

  1. Return to home institute after the study abroad period.
  2. Stay in Hachioji International Dormitory during their study in Takushoku University and follow the rules of the dormitory.
  3. Participate the various activities that offer to exchange students in order to learn Japanese language and culture.
  4. In principle,not allowed to temporary return home or leave Japan during their study abroad period.
  5. Report on the part-time job in Japan immediately to Takushoku University.
  6. Follow the instructions given by Takushoku University

5.APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Send the application documents by Email then originals by EMS.

  • The full documents listed below must arrive by Mar.26th

 

  • Please fill out the forms in Japanese.in black ink.

Required Documents

  1. Application for admission to Takushoku University (attached)
  2. Academic Transcripts
  3. Application for Certificate of Eligibility(by Excel data) (attached)
  4. Certificate of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (copy)
  5. Score report of J-CAT by PDF data
  6. 3 photographs (front, hatless) 3cmx4cm
  7. Copy of passport
  8. Health Insurance Certificate (copy)(Refer to attached document)
  9. Medical Certificate (copy)
  10. CONFIRMATION (attached)

※The documents of No. 3 need to be submitted by Excel data.

(Please input only from the sheet 1 to the sheet 3 and submit by data,without deleting no sheets.)

6. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

It depends on the program students apply.
View detail: http://language.takushoku-u.ac.jp/chinese-simplified/index.html

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

For every of exchange student(s), they are obliged to take out Overseas Travel Insurance before their study abroad program starts.

In recent years, bicycle accidents caused by driving has become more particular. Please take out an insurance liability by bicycle operation is cover.

The basic policy cover is as follows (Takushoku exchange students’ example):

 

 

Coverage and Conditions

 

Amount insured(in yen)

 

Injury Death Up to 10,000,000
Physical Impediment Up to 10,000,000
Sickness Death Up to 5,000,000
Medical/Rescuer/injury Expenses Up to 20,000,000
Personal Liability Up to 50,000,000
Baggage Up to 100,000
Reunification Expenses Up to 200,000

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
Hachioji International Dormitory

Off campus
Not available

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

60,000~70,000 yen/month

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Needed. We will send you the application package later.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Study Abroad Coodinator
Toshiyuki Usami(Mr.)
t3usami@ofc.takushoku-u.ac.jp

立命馆大学


立命馆大学1

Ritsumeikan has become an integrated academy with a rich culture of individuality and international awareness accommodating a total of 49,000 students. The current Ritsumeikan Academy has campuses in Kyoto, Shiga, Hokkaido, and Oita and encompasses two universities, four high schools, four junior high schools, and one primary school. Ritsumeikan fosters the learning and development of individual talents in order to nurture just and ethical global citizens.

Website of University: http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/eng/
Website for inbound exchange students:http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/eng/international_programs/skp/index.shtml

ABOUT COURSE

View detail:http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/eng/html/admissions/program_jp/skp/skp_01.html/

APPLICATION

1. DEADLINES

Spring  Semester: October 30
Fall Semester: March 31

2. REQUIREMENTS

1)Currently enrolled in an institution of higher education for at least one year prior to the commencement of the program
2) Have graduated from an institution of higher education with a bachelor’s degree or equivalent
3) Native speaker of English or possess a minimum TOEFL score of iBT 68/PBT 520 (or its equivalent)*

3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

A completed application form with supporting documents must arrive at the International Center by the application deadline. Applications are accepted twice a year in both fall and spring. Students applying under an Agreement for Student Exchange with RU must submit their applications through the study abroad office at their institution. All other students should submit their applications directly to the International Center. All application materials must arrive at the International Center by the posted deadline.
View detail: http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/eng/html/admissions/program_jp/skp/skp_ 04.html/

4. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Application Form (IJL/OSE/BT)
2)  Health Certificate Form
3) Nomination Form for Coordinators

DAILY LIFE

1. ACCOMMODATION

Ritsumeikan University manages three dormitories for international students, International House Tokiwa, International House Utano, and International House Taishogun. All of which are close to campus. However, several students are placed in alternative housing each semester due to capacity issues.
View detail:http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/eng/html/admissions/program_jp/skp/skp_09.html/

2. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Basic Food: Approximately 45,000 yen per month Housing: 36,000 to 50,000 yen per month, depending on location and type. Local transportation: Approximately 8,500 yen per month for students commuting by public transportation Textbooks: Approximately 10,000 yen per semester Health Insurance: 18,000 yen (for 10 months) Liability Insurance: Approximately 3,000 yen per year

3. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Each SKP student is required to obtain a student visa prior to coming to Japan. RU will act as a guarantor during the term of the program and will apply to the Japanese Ministry of Justice for the Certificate of Eligibility required for each student’s visa application. Once issued, this certificate will be forwarded to all successful applicants. Applicants will then need to present the certificate to their local Japanese embassy or consulate when making their visa application. All applicants are advised to contact their country’s Japanese embassy or local consulate directly to determine what other documents will need to be submitted and how long the process will take.

4. SCHOLARSHIP

Students from partner universities are eligible for two scholarships through Ritsumeikan: JASSO and RUSSES. http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/eng/html/admissions/program_jp/skp/skp_ 05.html/

CONTACT INFORMATION

International Program Officer
Mr. TJ Rayson or Ms. Hiroko Ozeki
skp@st.ritsumei.ac.jp

 

东京大学


东京大学1

The University of Tokyo, also known as “Todai” was established in 1877 as the first national university in Japan. As a leading research university, Todai offers courses in essentially all academic disciplines at both undergraduate and graduate levels and conducts research across the full spectrum of academic activity. The university aims to provide its students with a rich and varied academic environment that ensures opportunities for both intellectual development and the acquisition of professional knowledge and skills.

Website of university:  http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/index.html

ABOUT COURSE

Courses available at each graduate school can be searched at the following URL:The University of Tokyo Online Course Catalogue
http://catalog.he.u-tokyo.ac.jp/index
Note: Courses available change annually and the courses currently on the webpage may not be offered in the
subsequent year.Notes for Special Auditors registering courses:Special auditors are expected to be enrolled at courses offered by the graduate school to which they originally belong. However, if it is necessary for students to register courses offered by other graduate schools, they may be permitted to do so provided both the graduate school offering the course and the host or graduate school approve.
Other details shall be as prescribed by the graduate school concerned.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1. REQUIREMENTS

Application requirements vary at graduate schools.
See the website of USTEP TYPE G for more information about the language skills and other conditions of graduate schools: http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/academics/ustep-type-g.htmlNote: A supervisor’s acceptance is required before applying for some faculties and graduate schools. In addition,  Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) Level N1 is required by some graduate schools.The TYPE U program requires exchange students to be proficient in English and/or Japanese. Unless they attend/have attended universities where English is the language of instruction, non-native English speakers who wish to participate in the TYPE U program should submit official certificate below. Student who wish to take courses offered in English—–> A minimum TOEFL (iBT) score of 90, or IELTS overall band score of 6.5 . Student who wish to take courses offered in Japanese—> JLPT level N1

2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

September admission: February 28 (April 15 for the Yale Fox International Fellowship Program)

April admission: September 30

Note: The deadlines above are set for the office responsible for student exchange at the partner universities to send nominated students’ applications to the University of Tokyo. Partner universities set their own deadlines for their students. Exchange students need to be nominated by the student’s home Universities. They need to complete the required procedures at their home universities and then apply for the students exchange program through the office responsible for student exchange. Applications sent directly from the students to the University of Tokyo will not be accepted.

3. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

Please refer to the webpage of USTEP TYPE G for the latest version of each format:
1. Application form (Note 1)
2. Study plan or Research plan (Note 1)
3. Letter of recommendation (signed by a professor at the home university)
4. Official academic transcript from each college, university, or other institution of higher learning attended
5. Photocopy of passport (page with photograph and name of applicant)
6. Proof of language proficiency (refer to the language skills and other notices required by each faculty / graduate school)
7. Proof of financial support
8. Four photographs (4 cm x 3 cm)
– Printed on photo quality paper
– Taken within the last 6 months
– Taken in front of a solid background
– Applicant’s name must be written on the back of each
– One of the photographs must be attached to the top page of the application form.
9. Faculties or graduate schools may require further documents in addition to the above application documents. (e.g. printouts
of e-mails between the exchange student and a supervisor of the University of Tokyo)
For more information about additional requirements of each faculty and graduate school, visit
http://www.u-tokyo.ac.jp/en/academics/ustep-type-g.html
Note 1: In addition to the original documents, “1.Application form” and “2. Study plan or Research plan” must be submitted electronically in MS Word format. (Signatures are not required in MS Word format.)Note 2: All documents must be in English or Japanese.

千叶大学


千叶大学1

Chiba University was founded in 1949, unifying several regional former national colleges and schools such as Chiba Medical College and Chiba Normal School. Its fundamental mission since then has been, as encapsulated by the inscription on the University Bell, ad altiora semper (always toward the higher), to equip students with the ability to make mature and informed judgments while nurturing and guiding their creativity. Pursuing these goals of excellence has resulted in Chiba University becoming one of the leading academic research centers of Japan.

Website of university: http://www.chiba-u.ac.jp/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://oia.korea.ac.kr http://cire-chiba-u.jp/programs.html
Online academic calendar website: http://www.chiba-u.ac.jp/international/isd/english/access/calendar.html

ABOUT COURSE

Courses in School of Medicine and Faculty of Pharmacy Science are not open to short term exchange (J-PAC) students.
View detail: http://www.chiba-u.ac.jp/student/syllabus/

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1. REQUIREMENTS

Applicants for J-PAC must be at least second year students.
For undergraduate exchange programs (J-PAC):
・International Liberal Arts Program participants must have received Japanese language tuition of at least 150 contact hours at a recognized educational institution. Students whose Japanese proficiency level is below N2 should demonstrate sufficient ability to communicate in English.

・Japanese Studies Program participants should at least have Japanese language competence equivalent to the pass level N2 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test administered by the Japan Foundation.

For graduate student exchange: specified requirement according to different graduate school.

2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Number of Semester Placements: 4
Students must submit the online application by the deadline indicated
Term 1 & 2 : September 10
Full Year / Term 4 & 5: March 10

Students should send completed applications to Chiba University through the student’s home institution.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

In general, all foreign nationals who are issued a Resident Card are required to obtain National Health Insurance (Kokumin-kenko-hoken): international students and researchers are not exceptions.
This insurance not only covers 70% of your medical fees, but is required for extension of your visa. You can register for the insurance policy at your local ward/city office.
National Health Insurance (about  20,000/year) and Accident Insurance policies (about 1,500/year) are compulsory.
(the amount is subject to change)

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus: N/A
Off campus: Most international students attending Chiba University live in privately rented accommodations (apartments). Private accommodations can be found through University COOP or local real estate agents.
You can also find basic information on finding and renting an apartment room athttp://www.mlit.go.jp/jutakukentiku/house/torikumi/anshin/heyasagashi2.pdf
Chiba University has an off-campus dormitory for international students (International House). Note, however, that since the number of rooms is very limited, not all applicants can be accommodated.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

One of the advantages of living in the Chiba area is that living expenses are not as high as in the Tokyo Metropolitan area, though they are located very close to each other.
Note that it is not customary to tip in Japan. For example, you do not need to tip at restaurants or taxi drivers.
View detail: http://www.chiba-u.ac.jp/international/isd/english/life/living.html

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Chiba University will apply the Certificate of Eligibility on behalf of students but students have to apply visa at the nearest Embassy of their own country.

5.SCHOLARSHIPS

Can apply JASSO scholarship

九州大学


九州大学1

The total number of students currently amounts to 18,765, while the faculty members number 2,186. International exchange programs are also greatly encouraged at Kyushu University. With this in mind, the university accepts many overseas students each year. At present there are more than 1,700 international students from about eighty countries studying here.

Website of University: http://www.kyushu-u.ac.jp/english/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.kyushu-u.ac.jp/english/international/index.php

ABOUT COURSE

Two credits are usually awarded for each course of 30 hours (2 hour session x 15).

1) Practical courses such as Medicine, Pharmacy and Dental Sciences and Professional courses like Business School and Law School are not open to JLCC(Japanese Language and Culture Course) and JTW(Japan in Today’s World) students.
2) Courses offered by Kyushu University Business School (QBS) are open only to exchange students who are enrolled
in QBS. Exchange students at QBS should take more than 4 QBS courses.
3) Courses taught in English offered by Law Faculty (LLM & LLD, except CSPA) are open only to exchange students who are enrolled in the School/Graduate School of Law.

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

JLCC: 1 or 2
JTW: 1 or 2
Schools and Graduate schools: 1 for each school

2. DEADLINES

JLCC: February 10
JTW:

1) 1 year or Fall only: February 10

2) Spring only: November 10

Schools and Graduate schools:

1) from Spring: November 10

2) from Fall: March 10

3. REQUIREMENTS

A minimum 3.2 GPA of a 4.0 scale

Language requirement
JLCC: JLPT N1 or Level 1*N2 or Level 2 would be acceptable
JTW: CBT 213/ PBT 550/ iBT 79 IELTS 6.0 for non-native English speakers
Schools and Graduate schools: JLPT N1 or Level 1 who wish to study using Japanese CBT 213/ PBT 550/ iBT 79 IELTS 6.0 who wish to study using English.

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

All application materials need to be sent to us through international office by priority mail.
Application Form: http://www.isc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/intlweb/en/admission/exchangetop

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All international students are required to buy the National Health Insurance (NHI) Plan during the study period. By paying monthly
premiums, subscribers are required to cover only 30% of their medical expenses.
*We do recommend, however, that an exchange student considers buying travel insurance for emergency-related evacuation and
repatriation costs, which NHI does not cover.

2. ACCOMMODATION

View detail:  http://www.isc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/supportcenter/en/housing

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Housing and utilities: 15,000 – 50,000 yen
Food: 30,000 yen (lunch at the school cafeteria runs about 400 yen, and students typically their own breakfast and
dinner at dormitories)
Local transportation: 10,000 yen (individual spending habits may vary)
Books and supplies: 5,000 yen (instructors typically provide reading materials in class)
Health insurance: 2,000 yen
Personal expenses: 20,000 yen (individual spending habits may vary)
Emergency Secure Plan: 1,000 yen/year
*Please be noted all international students at Kyushu University should buy Emergency Secure Plan (ESP) during their
stay.

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

*Japanese immigration law stipulates that international students with “student” visa have to spend at least ten hours in class every week.
View detail : http://www.isc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/supportcenter/en/visa-application/coe#01

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

An exchange student from our partner institution is eligible for a JASSO scholarship. Those who would like to apply for a JASSO scholarship should check “Yes” for “JASSO” in Question 1, “Are you intending to apply for a Japanese scholarship?” at page 4 of an application form. Only applicants who ticked it will be considered for scholarship nomination. Being nominated by Kyushu University, however, does not guarantee he/she will receive the scholarship–the final decision to award is made by the JASSO. If he/she is selected for nomination, Kyushu University will inform his/her home university and request any necessary supporting documentation, which then should be promptly forwarded.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Rieko Oota (Ms.)
exchange@jimu.kyushu-u.ac.jp

明治大学


明治大学1

Meiji University was founded in January 1881 as the Meiji Law School by a group of young lawyers barely in their 30’s: Tatsuo Kishimoto, Kozo Miyagi, and Misao Yashiro. It was an era characterized by Japan’s urgent need to develop as a modern independent nation. The three founded the Meiji Law School in their fervent hope to “foster bright capable youths who would lead a modern civil society in Japan”.

Website of University: http://www.meiji.ac.jp/cip/english/index.html
Website for inbound exchange students:: http://www.meiji.ac.jp/cip/english/prospective/exchange.html

ABOUT COURSE

Basically, each class at Meiji is conducted 90min./week × 15weeks and offered 2 credits.
Meiji does not state the number of classes which the exchange students should take. For your reference, exchange students seem to take 10 classes per week on average.

For detailed information, please see attached factsheet.

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

SJTU can nominate a maximum of 2 students, either graduate or undergraduate. Two (2) semester-long exchange students shall be counted equal to one (1) year-long exchange student.

2. DEADLINES

Spring semester :Oct 1
Fall semester:Feb 25

3. REQUIREMENTS

 

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1) Applicants must apply online from the following website.
http://www.meiji.ac.jp/cip/exchange/
2) Take Meiji University Japanese Language Online Test (not necessary)
3) Send the application materials by courier to Meiji University, International Student Office
4) Send the Certificate of Eligibility as an Excel file to exchange@meiji.ac.jp
5) Send the Certificate of Eligibility as an Excel file to exchange@meiji.ac.jp. Printed material is NOT required to
submit.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Student health insurance ¥2,500 (one-time payment upon arrival)
National Health Insurance About ¥12,000/year

2. ACCOMMODATION

Please refer to p4-12 of the attached factsheet.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

About ¥115,000 or more.
For detailed information, please refer to p17 of the attached factsheet.

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

please refer to page 5 and 9 of the factsheet.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

Meiji University does not offer any other scholarship for exchange students to study at Meiji University other than the JASSO Short Term Study Scholarship.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Inbound Student Exchange Program Coordinator
Yukiko Hase(Ms.) and Ariko Nakamura(Ms.)
exchange@meiji.ac.jp

宫崎大学


宫崎大学1

Miyazaki University was founded in 1949 based up on the merger of Miyazaki Advanced Agriculture and Forestry School, Miyazaki Prefectural Normal School for Primary Education, and the Miyazaki Prefectural Advanced Technical School. Miyazaki Medical College was founded in 1974. Miyazaki University and Miyazaki Medical College, then, merged to form University of Miyazaki in October 2003. Currently UOM has four faculties; Education and Culture, Medicine, Engineering, and Agriculture. In April 2004, UOM gained National University Corporation status

Website of Unviersity: http://www.miyazaki-u.ac.jp/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.of.miyazaki-u.ac.jp/~kokusai/english/index.html
Semester Arrangements:
Spring: Starts from Early April
Summer: N/A
Fall: Starts from Early October

ABOUT COURSE

1 Credit = 30 Class hours
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students = 10 credits
Course link:http://www.of.miyazaki-u.ac.jp/~kokusai/english/contents/study-abroad/for-prospective-students/school-institutes-faculties.html

APPLICATION

1. PLACEMENTS:

2015-2016 Spring Semester = 2
2016-2017 Academic Year = 2

2. DEADLINE:

Spring: The end of November
Summer: N/A
Fall: The mid of April

3. REQUIREMENT

Eligibility: In the case of undergraduate student, we expect over 2nd year student.

Language Requirement:No need, but the classes will be held in Japanese.

4. PROCEDURE:

Please send the application documents by postal mail by the deadlines.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Students are required to join the National Health Insurance
*Cost: about 18,000JPY/year

2. ACCOMMODATION

On – Campus: All of exchange students are supposed to live in on-campus housing.
Off- Campus: Available.

3. VISA

We will apply for the students’ certificate of eligibility.

4. SCHOLARSHIP

Scholarships for studying in Japan include the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho:MEXT) Scholarship as well as scholarships for privately-financed international students.
http://www.of.miyazaki-u.ac.jp/~kokusai/english/contents/study-abroad/for-prospective-students/tuition-scholarship.html

5. CONTACT INFORMATION

Name:Name: Akina Matsuda
Email: ryugaku@of.miyazaki-u.ac.jp

大阪大学


大阪大学1

University introduction: http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/guide
Website of University: http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/international/inbound/exchange_program
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/campus/calendar.html

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: Course work: 10 – 14 classes/semester Research work: 750 hours/semester (FrontierLab)
1 Credit =30 to 45 hours of academic work including class, preparation, assignments and revision forthe course is worth one unit of credit.
1 Course = Typically a 90-minute weekly course for a semester (c.15 sessions) is equivalent to two credits. In FrontierLab research programme a semester-long full-time research work th
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 10 to 14 credits depending on the prorgram requirements
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: not specified

Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: Faculty of Medicine and School of Dentistry set some restrictions – please contact in advance.
Course Finder Website: https://koan.osaka-u.ac.jp/syllabus_ex-e/campus

APPLICATION

1. DEADLINES

September intake: nomination by end February, students’ applciation by end March
April intake: nomination by end September, students’ application by end October

2. REQUIREMENTS

Full-time undergraduate or postgraduate students. English or Japanese depending on the study track.Please see the relevant year’s application guide: http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/international/inbound/exchange_program

3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

It depends on the program you apply.
View detail: http://www.osaka-u.ac.jp/en/international/inbound/exchange_program

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Japanese National Health Insurance and Osaka University’s college student insurance (PAS&PAS comprehensive) are mandatory insurance for all incoming studetns.

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus & off campus: yes, but dormitory on campus is limited.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

120,000JPY (c. 1,000USD)

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Incomign stduents must apply for and obtain a student visa in their own responsibility, while Osaka University will make a proxy application for their CESR to the immigration which is essential for their visa applciation.

5. SCHOLARHIPS

OU exchange scholarship and JASSO exchange scholarship for selected incoming students.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Ms. Aska Kageyama
Ms. Chie Kitano
exchange<at>ciee.osaka-u.ac.jp

日本东北大学


东北大学1

Tohoku University has been committed to the “Research First” principle and “Open Door” policy since its foundation, and is internationally recognized for its outstanding standards in education and research. The university contributes to world peace and equity by devoting itself to research useful in solving societal problems, and educating human resources in leadership skills.

Website of University: http://www.tohoku.ac.jp/
Website for inbound exchange students:http://www.tohoku.ac.jp/en/academics/exchange_programs.html
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://www.insc.tohoku.ac.jp/handbook/handbook_e/index.html

ABOUT COURSE

full-time load: 13 Credits for a semester (undergraduate)
1 Credit = 45 hours of workload (15hours of class hours)
1 Course = 1-2 Credits
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 13 credits per semester (undergraduate)
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: None, but consultation with academic advisor is required.

Course Finder Website: http://www.insc.tohoku.ac.jp/cms/index-e.cgi?df=ect03
Special Exchange Programs (summer opportunities):”TUJP and TSSP
http://www.tohoku.ac.jp/en/academics/summer_programs.html

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

Approx. 6

The accurate number depends on the MOU.
*The maximum number under the MOU is not always guaranteed, due to the capacity of each program, or if we are unable to find suitable academic advisor for the prospective student etc.

2. DEADLINES

Spring semester: December 1(except JYPE)
Fall semester: March 10

3. REQUIREMENTS

JYPE, IPLA, and COLABS require high English proficiency, although we do not require a specific test score.
Special Auditing Students in DEEP are required to have Japanese language proficiency (JLPT N1 Level).

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Nomination → Online Application

5. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

It depends on the program students apply.
View detail: http://www.tohoku.ac.jp/en/academics/exchange_programs.html

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Students are required to enroll in “National Health Insurance” , “National Health Insurance” and “Personal Liability Insurance for Students”. The fee is 1,700 JPY/month, 1,000 JPY/ year and 1,040 JPY/ semester repectively.

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
Tohoku University International House and University House Sanjo are available at reasonable rates (6,900-23,800JPY/month, including utilities). For further information, see:http://www.insc.tohoku.ac.jp/cms/index-e.cgi?pg=130527113858

Off campus
No home stay arrangements

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

80,000JPY

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Students must apply for the visa using the CoE in Japanese embassy/consular office in their contury before their departure for Japan.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

Exclusively for Graduate students from Shanghai Jiao Tong, we can offer 100,000JPY as “Fostering of Global Human Resources”program (up to 10 students per year): Copy of MoU attached.
JASSO Scholarship (80,000JPY/month) are available for the students for eligble students (GPA more than 2.3/3.0)

CONTACT INFORMATION

Chief, Incoming Student Programme
Mr. Shuichi TSUKAMOTO
ipla@grp.tohoku.ac.jp (for IPLA) studyab@grp.tohoku.ac.jp (for JYPE, COLABS, DEEP)

早稻田大学


早稻田大学2

Since its foundation, Waseda University has been sensitive to changes in society while maintaining its core principles. We have fearlessly taken on a variety of challenges and tirelessly pursued innovation. Waseda has been built by our many predecessors and their bold endeavors embodying the founding spirit. However, as we face this era of massive change, I see it as the mission and duty of today’s Waseda to go further building on this tradition.
Website of University: http://www.waseda.jp/top/en
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.waseda.jp/cie/select/step01.html
Online Academic Calendar:https://www.waseda.jp/top/en/about/work/organizations/academic-affairs-division/academic-calendar

ABOUT COURSE

Full Time Load: according to Immigration Law, 10 hours per week is required for s student visa

For most language courses, 1 credit=22.5h; For most academica courses, 2 credit=22.5 h

Most Japanese language courses: 1 credit/1 course/1 semester; Most academic courses: 2 credit/1 course/1 semester (for a course throughout academic year, 4 credit/1course/1 year)
Course Finder Website: https://www.wsl.waseda.jp/syllabus/JAA101.php?pLng=en
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements:  Requirements vary by school. Please refer to the latest application document for the details.

APPLICATION

1. SEMESTER PLACEMENT

Academic Year:  2 Placement

2. APPLICATION DEADLINE

Spring Semester: From November 1 to November 20
Fall Semester:From February 1 to March 1

3. ELIGIBILITY

Varies by schools. Please refer to the link for the updated info:

https://www.waseda.jp/inst/cie/en/exchange/application

4. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

Varies by schools. Please refer to the link for the updated info:

https://www.waseda.jp/inst/cie/en/exchange/application

5. PROCEDURE

Please refer to the website : http://www.waseda.jp/cie/exchange/undergraduate/01_roadmap.html

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

International students staying in Japan are required to enroll in the National Health Insurance Scheme (Kokumin Kenko Hoken). For more information, please refer to  http://www.waseda.jp/cie/handbook/2014_pdf/p134-147.pdf

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus: http://www.waseda.jp/cie/dorm/index.html
Off campus: In case that students choose to live in an apartment, they will have to find one on their own through private house agent.

3. VISA REQUIREMENTS

For undergraduate:  http://www.waseda.jp/cie/exchange/undergraduate/03_download.html
For Graduate: http://www.waseda.jp/cie/exchange/graduate/03_download.html

4. SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

JASSO: We don’t require you to submit application form and we select the candidate internally. Final selection for JASSO will be made by JASSO organization. Acceptance information will be only informed to successful candidates.
http://www.waseda.jp/cie/exchange/graduate/02_scholarship.html

5. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Costs vary individually. View details: http://www.jasso.go.jp/study_j/documents/sgtj2014chap03_e.pdf

CONTACT INFORMATION

Yating HOU
cie-asia@list.waseda.jp

神户大学


神户大学12

Kobe University, working in a spirit of integrity, freedom, and cooperation in keeping with its open and cosmopolitan culture and environs, aims to contribute to the global community through the creation of knowledge founded on universal values and the fostering of rich understanding and strong leadership skills.
Website of University: http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/en/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/en/international-students/prospective/exchange-students.html
Online Academic Calendar: http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/en/international-students/prospective/academic-calendar.html

ABOUT COURSE

1. Full Time Load  N/A
2. Basically, lecture courses are awarded 2 credits. For more information, please refer to our syllabus.
*Please note that almost all Japanese language courses conducted at Kobe University International Student Center are not credit awarding. It all depends on partner universities as to whether whose transcript can be transferred to the official credit at partner universities.
3. 1 Course=? Credits
(1) For lectures, one credit shall consist of 15 hours of classes;
(2) For seminars, laboratory experiments, practical training, and skills training, one credit shall represent 30 hours of classes
4. Minimum course enrolment for exchange students
In order to qualify for “Student Visa” status, exchange students need to register for more than 10 lesson hours of class per week.
(approximately 7 kinds of courses /semester)
5. Restricted Programs and other academic requirements
If they were accessed as having an adequate Japanese language skill, they will be eligible to take any class without limitation, except for ones with pre-requisites. For more information, please read the syllabus carefully.

APPLICATION

1. EXCHANGE PLACEMENTS

2 Year Placements or 4 Semester Placements

2. DEADLINE

Spring Semester: November 1st
Fall Semester: May 1st

3. PROCEDURE

For more details, please refer to http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/en/international-students/prospective/exchange-students.html#exchange-students4-schedule

4. ELIGIBILITY

For more details, please refer to http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/en/international-students/prospective/exchange-students.html#exchange-students3

5. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

JLPT 2 or higher is ideal.
For more details, please refer to http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/en/international-students/prospective/exchange-students.html#exchange-students2

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Please refer to http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/documents/international/study-in-kobe/sik/studyinkobe_2014_4_6.pdf

2. ACCOMMODATION

Exchange students are given priority for room allocations in the university dormitories. The room type will be single only; no other room can be selected. Please refer to http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/en/international-students/prospective/exchange-students.html#exchange-students7

3. VISA

Kobe University will send an acceptance letter and the COE to the International department at partner university. After students receive them, please apply to a “Student Visa” at the Japanese Embassy or Consulate.

4. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Please refer to http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/en/international-students/prospective/exchange-students.html#exchange-students5

5. SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY

http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/en/international-students/prospective/exchange-students.html#exchange-students6 
*Please note this information is subjected to change.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Yuki NARUI(Ms.)
yuki.narui@people.kobe-u.ac.jp

名古屋大学


名古屋大学1

University introduction: http://en.nagoya-u.ac.jp/about_nu/history_data/history/index.html
Website of University: http://en.nagoya-u.ac.jp/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://nupace.ecis.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/

ABOUT COURSE

Credit Load Minimum 15 (30 ECTS) credits per semester, or 30 (60 ECTS) per academic year
Course finder website :
http://nupace.ecis.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/academic/course/overview.html
http://nupace.ecis.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/academic/syllabus.html
http://admissions.g30.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/Program/undergraduate/

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

One Academic Year : 10

2. DEADLINES

Autumn/1st Semester : March 15
Spring/2nd Semester : November 1

3. REQUIREMENTS

1) Students MUST be enrolled in full-time undergraduate or graduate degree programmes at overseas universities that have concluded an academic exchange agreement with Nagoya University. Refer to Partner Institutions. They should not be engaged in full-time employment.
2) Students MUST meet the application requirements of the “Student Exchange Support Program (Scholarship for Short-term Study in Japan)” as provided by the Ministry of Education, Japan, and administered by the Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO). Refer JASSO Scholarship.
3) Students MUST have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (B) or better on a 4.0 scale, or the equivalent.
4) NUPACE requires exchange students to be proficient in either English OR Japanese. Unless they attend universities where English is the language of instruction, non-native English speakers who wish to participate in the NUPACE English-language curriculum should possess a TOEFL score of 550 <CBT = 213; iBT = 79>, an IELTS overall band score of 6.0, a TOEIC score of 780, or the equivalent. Students intending to take regular university courses instructed in Japanese must possess level one of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), or the equivalent.

NUPACE will also consider applications from students having scored well in the Japanese language section of the Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students (EJU). Please contact the NUPACE Office in advance if you have taken this examination.
5) Students Participating in the Programme on a Self-financed Basis, NUPACE requires all self-financed students to provide the Office with documentary proof that they are able to financially maintain themselves for the duration of their exchange in Japan. Prior to their arrival in Japan, self-financed students must send a bank statement (their own, or that of a close family member) to this Office, giving evidence that they possess funding as follows:
a) In the event of a one-semester exchange: The equivalent of 500,000 yen.
b) In the event of a one-year exchange: The equivalent of 1,000,000 yen.

Language requirements

NUPACE requires exchange students to be proficient in either English OR Japanese. Unless they attend universities where English is the language of instruction, non-native English speakers who wish to participate in the NUPACE English-language curriculum should possess at least an iBT TOEFL score of 79, IELTS overall band score of 6.0, TOEIC score of 780, CEFR level of B2, or CET-6 score of 480.

Students intending to take regular university courses instructed in Japanese must possess level one (N1) of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), or the equivalent.

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

View detail: http://nupace.ecis.nagoya-u.ac.jp/en/apply/procedures.html

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All NUPACE students are required to join the Japan National Health Insurance (JNHI) programme. For a monthly fee of approximately ï½¥1,700, JNHI policyholders are entitled to a 70% discount on most medical and dental fees incurred. We are aware that many incoming students are covered by private/home university insurance schemes. However, considering 1) that medical expenses in Japan are relatively high, 2) that Japanese medical facilities do not accept foreign insurance policies in lieu of payment and, 3) that students will, therefore, have to wait a minimum of two months to be reimbursed by their home insurance policies, NUPACE policy is to require Japan National Health Insurance subscription from all students.

2. ACCOMMODATION

All successful applicants are housed.
Single rooms in student dormitories, located either on-campus or close to the university.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Health and personal liability insurance: Approximately 2,000 yen per month.
Food Approximately 20,000-30,000 yen per month
Public Transport N/A
Fees of on-campus/off-campus housing :Approximately 20,000-35,000 yen per month, including utilities.

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Foreign students intending to pursue studies in Japan must be in possession of a valid passport issued by their country of citizenship. Prior to embarking for Japan, they are also required to apply to the nearest Japanese diplomatic mission (embassy or consulate) for a “college student visa”. In the case of NUPACE students, a “college student visa” is usually issued after the embassy/consulate obtains the applicant’s “Certificate of Eligibility for Status and Residence”.
Nagoya University applies for these “Certificates of Eligibility” on behalf of prospective NUPACE students. And then, once applications have been processed, sends the “Certificates” directly to the students or their home institutions. It is imperative that when applying for a “college student visa”, students take their “Certificate of Eligibility”, passport, and letter of admission to Nagoya University to the Japanese Embassy or Consulate. Students are also required to bring the “Certificate” with them when they enter Japan to submit to the airport authorities.

5. SCHOLARHIPS

Qualified students will be nominated for the Student Exchange Support Program (JASSO) scholarship.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Associate Professor
Claudia Ishikawa
k46189a@cc.nagoya-u.ac.jp

 

昭和女子大学


昭和女子大学1

ACADEMIC YEAR

1. EXCHANGE PROGRAM INFORMATION

There are 2 non-degree semester programs for international studentstochoose from, depending on their Japanese language proficiency.
SWU Academic Program(Advanced Level)

Language requirement

N2 level on the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)
*Student should submit the JLPT certificate when applying.

Courses / Credits

-Students should takeatleast 8 courses(up to 10 courses).(language courses are worth 1 credit, and liberal arts courses are worth 2 credits per course)
-Students choose from a list of courses opento international students (Japanese language and liberal artscourses).
-Students register for classes during orientation period.
-List of recommended courses can be found at: http://cie.swu.ac.jp/english/prospective/exchange/
-Course syllabus search website: (in Japanese)https://up.swu.ac.jp/unipa/faces/up/co/Com02401A.jsp

*Not all courses are open to international students.

Intensive Japanese Language Program(Intermediate Level)

Language requirement

Must have studied basic Japanese (JLPT N3/N4 level or CEFR A2/B1 level recommended) before arrival.

Courses / Credits

-Students take 3 mandatory Japanese language courses.
(worth atotal of 8 credits)
*Course detailson the CIE website and program brochure.
-Students may takeup to 2 elective liberal arts courses (English or Japanese *depending on students’ Japanese level) opento participants of this program.
-Students register for classes during orientation period.

DAILY LIFE

1. ACCOMMODATION INFORMATION

There are 2 types of housing near the university campus and also an option to stay at other off-campus dormitories.
SWU Gakusei-Kaikan SWU International House Other Off-campus Dormitories
Access 3min walk from campus 3 min walk from campus 30~40min commute by train
Type Three-bedroom apartment style room shared with 2students
(approx.72㎡) -Single apartment style room (approx. 20㎡) Single roomwith shared facilities
Room Facility Bed, desk& chair,A/C,Closet, Bathroom, Shower-room, Kitchen, Fridge, Microwave Bed,desk& chair,A/C,Closet, Bathroom, Shower-room, Kitchen, Fridge, Microwave Bed, desk& chair,A/C,Closet
*Some dormitories alsohave bookshelf and IP phone
Monthly Rent JPY 65,000/person JPY 45,000/person Approx.
JPY 50,000~60,000/person
Note Two other roommatesare Japanese students. Bathroom, Shower-room, Kitchen, Laundry, and Cafeteria are shared.
Food (breakfast, dinner)served.

*All monthly rents includeutility fees

NOTE

Students staying at SWU Gakusei-Kaikan are to move out for about a week after each semester for cleaning and maintenance.
<Move out period>*Fixed dates shall be announced to the student through CIE -Fall Semester: Mid March
-Spring Semester: Mid September*For substitute accommodation during those periods, please contact CIE for details.

2. EVENTS AND SUPPORT

There are a variety of events and support for exchange students.

Seasonal Events

CIE plans events, activities and field trips for students to experience Japanese culture and customs.
e.g.) -International Students’Welcome Party
-Hiking at Mt. Takao
-Visitto “Studio GhibliMuseum”
-Hatsu-Mode (Visit to shrine during New Year season)
-Visit to student club activities (Calligraphy, Kimono-fitting, etc…)

Host Sister

A student volunteer will help international students settle in and start their school life in Japan.
<Things Host Sister can help with>
-Airport Pick-up (dates should be arranged by CIE)
*Students pay their own transportation feefrom the airport
-Documentation at the ward office
-Opening a bank account
-Buying a mobile phone,etc….

3. VISA AND HEALTH INSURANCE

There are some important procedures students are required to carry out when arriving to

Japan.Residence Card
*Mandatory

When students enter Japan with their student visa, they will receive a “ResidenceCard.” This card notes students’ visa status, period of stay and other information related to residency.
Within 2 weeks, students are to carry out residency registration procedures atthe local wardoffice.
Students are to carry this Residence Card at alltimes during their stay in Japan, and this card will be used to prove residency when opening a bank account, signing a contract for mobile phones, etc.

National Health Insurance
*Mandatory

All international students studying at SWU are required to become a member of the “National Health Insurance.” Students must apply at the National Health Insurance section of the ward office with their Residence Card and passport.
This insurance is valid throughout the students’ stay in Japan, and with this insurancestudents only have to pay 30% of the medical fee (some services such as health check-ups and special operations are not covered by the insurance).The monthly insurance premium differsbased on the students’ wardof residence, but are usually about JPY 2,000/month.

Part-TimeWork Permission

In order to start a part-time job, international students must apply for work permission Shikakugai katsudo kyoka (“Application for Permission to Engage in Activity Other Than That Permitted Under the Status of Residence Previously Granted”).
This can be done at the airport when entering Japan, and those who planto work part-time are strongly recommended to apply for permission at the airport. Otherwise, students have to go to the Immigration Bureau later on their own. No fee is charged for the work permission.
<NOTE>
-International students can only work up to 28 hours per week, and up to 8 hours a day during school vacations.
-Work in the adult entertainment business is strictly prohibited.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Center for International Exchange (CIE)
Assistant Coordinator
Mitsuhiro Kurakata (Mr.)
MAIL: ciestaff@swu.ac.jp
TEL: +81-3-3411-5249
FAX: +81-3-3411-6973
“1-7-57 Taishido, Setagaya-ku
Tokyo 154-8533, JAPAN”
Website for International Students
http://cie.swu.ac.jp/english/prospective/

诺丁汉大学


 University of Nottingham

诺丁汉大学4

Nottingham’s first civic college was opened in the city centre in 1881, four years after the foundation stone was laid by former Prime Minister, W E Gladstone.
The University of Nottingham’s position as a world-class University is confirmed by its ranking in the global league tables. It is ranked in the UK and European top 30 and in the top 1 per cent of all universities worldwide.

Website of university:  http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/
Website for inbound exchange students:  http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/studywithus/international-applicants/spend-part-of-your-degree-here/international-exchange-programme.aspx
Online academic calendar website:  http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/about/keydates/dates1516.aspx

ABOUT COURSE

All applicants should consult the module guidance and FAQ list and the School module information which includes information on modules and Academic Schools at Nottingham with limited availability or specific requirements. Please note that students are permitted to select modules from a maximum of two academic Schools/Departments.
View detail: http://modulecatalogue.nottingham.ac.uk/nottingham/

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1. REQUIREMENTS

All applicants must be a current student at an overseas university or college of higher education and have completed at least one year of study at their home institution. The minimum academic requirement is a GPA of at least 3.0 (or equivalent).
Applicants from non–English speaking countries must submit evidence of English language proficiency at the time of application. Our minimum entry requirements are shown in the following table. These requirements are for September 2014 entry.
For most schools, the minimum English language entry requirements of IELTS is 6.5 ((no less than 6.0 in any element) or 65 of PTE Academic (Minimum 55)

View detail:  https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/studywithus/international-applicants/spend-part-of-your-degree-here/language-information.aspx

2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Number of semester placements: under discussion

Any student wishing to study in one of the following Schools must be nominated by April 30 and must apply online by 31 May whether intending to apply for September or January entry:
Department of Architecture and Built Environment
Nottingham University Business School
Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering
School of Chemistry
Department of Culture, Film and Media
School of English
School of Law
School of Politics and International Relations

 

Step 1 – Nomination by home university (includes sending supporting documents)
Step 2 – International Admissions Team process the nomination and supporting documents
Step 3 – Student is invited to complete the online form
Step 4 – Confirmation of acceptance, issue of offer letter and advice about applying for accommodation, visas, etc.
Step 5 – Information is sent about module enrolment, registration, orientation, arrival, etc.
View detail: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/studywithus/international-applicants/application-process/index.aspx

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Our University Health Centre provides medical and dental care for students. Full-time students of any nationality who are studying at the University for at least six months can receive medical treatment through the National Health Service (NHS) by registering with the University Health Centre upon arrival. Once registered, most treatment is free but charges are made for prescriptions, dental care and optical checks. The situation with regard to treatment for pre-existing medical conditions is changing and charges will be made for such treatment so such students are strongly advised to take out health insurance before leaving their home country.

Please note for students on study periods of less than six months: Non-EU students from countries with no reciprocal health agreement must ensure that they take out appropriate medical insurance before departure for the UK.

Insurance Cover- All students should take out insurance to cover their personal belongings – particularly if you are bringing expensive equipment e.g. a computer. Insurance companies in the UK will also sell students insurance once they have arrived in the UK, one example being the Endsleigh Insurance Company, www.endsleigh.co.uk/

2. ACCOMMODATION

As soon as you receive your student ID number you should apply for university arranged accommodation. Please note that a variety of accommodation is available at Nottingham and so you may be offered on or off campus accommodation which may or may not offer catering options.
Information about university-allocated accommodation can be found here:http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/accommodation/prospectivestudents/exchangestudents/exchangestudents.aspx

We strongly recommend that Autumn or Spring semester students consider university-allocated accommodation as private landlords usually prefer one year study students.

If you decide to choose private accommodation please wait until you arrive in Nottingham to find a place as we strongly discourage choosing accommodation and paying any kind of rent or deposit before you see it in person and are able to have the contract checked by a qualified person.

Please note that one semester students renting private accommodation from a landlord are responsible for all bills including gas, electricity and water rates. The law has changed regarding Council Tax, now all one semester and one year full time registered students are exempt from Council tax from the start of their official dates in September to June in any academic year.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

A single student living in Nottingham will need a minimum of £820 per month to cover basic living expenses.

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Non EU students joining the University for a period of less than 6 months will need to apply for a student visitor visa using the hard copy offer letter sent to them once their application has been completely processed.
Students joining the University for longer than 6 months will be provided with details relating to their Tier 4 visa application once accepted. Information on this can be found online here:http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/aglobaluniversity/documents/studywithus/visaimmigration/applying-for-your-student-visa-from-overseas.pdf 

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

International Exchange students are exempt from paying any tuition fees to The University of Nottingham, provided that they have been formally nominated to study at The University of Nottingham by their home university and that Nottingham has a current formal Exchange agreement specifying the numbers of exchange students per year.

伯明翰大学


University of Birmingham

伯明翰大学3

Birmingham has been challenging and developing great minds for more than a century. Characterised by a tradition of innovation, research at the University has broken new ground, pushed forward the boundaries of knowledge and made an impact on people’s lives.
We continue this tradition today and have ambitions for a future that will embed our work and recognition of the Birmingham name on the international stage.
Universities are never complete. They develop as new challenges and opportunities occur. At Birmingham we innovate, we push the frontiers of understanding; we ask new research questions, we turn theory through experiment into practice – because that’s what great universities do.
Official website: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/index.aspx
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/studyabroad/incoming-students.aspx
School Calendar: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/termdates.aspx

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: One Semester = 60 Credits, Full Year = 120 Credits
Most modules are 10 or 20 credits. Semester modules can be 10 or 20 credits and full year modules are 20 credits. This also varies dependent on specific module.
Course list: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/studyabroad/modules-new.aspx
(Exchange students CANNOT take modules within the College of Medical and Dental Sciences)
International Summer School: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/International/birmingham-international-summer-school/index.aspx
Grading Scale: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/studyabroad/incoming-students.aspx

APPLICATION

REQUIREMENTS:

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/studyabroad/incoming-students.aspx

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS:

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/studyabroad/incoming-students.aspx (Use ‘English Lanuage Requirement’ section.)

PROCEDURE:

Application form: Applicants have to apply on-line and must be nominated by their home university.
https://bham.moveon4.com/locallogin/5315ece10f9d305c63000002/eng (Use ‘English Lanuage Requirement’ section).
There are application guidelines online to help you, and you should read the each page of the online application carefully. Please note that you must apply online. We do not require the originals by post. Applications will not be considered until we have all supporting documents. The supporting documents we need you to send are; A copy of your academic transcripts, showing the courses your have taken and your grades; An academic reference letter from your home institution. A copy of your passport/photo ID page or an EU Citizen National ID card from European students. A list of module choices completed within the online application form. All Exchange students who are non-native speakers of English must provide us with an official English Language certificate.

DAILY LIFE

ACCOMMODATION:

On – Campus:http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/advice/guide/accommodation/halls/index.aspx
Off- Campus: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/advice/guide/accommodation/Renting-accommodation-privately/finding-a-house.aspx

STUDENT VISA:

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/international/students/visas/index.aspx

LIVING EXPENSE:

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/support/moneyadvice/index.aspx

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Name: Neil Driscoll
Email: n.driscoll@bham.ac.uk

伦敦大学学院


University College London

伦敦大学学院1
UCL was founded in 1826 to open up university education in England to those who had been excluded from it. In 1878, it became the first university in England to admit women students on equal terms with men.
Academic excellence and conducting research that addresses real-world problems inform our ethos to this day and our plans for the future.
Please note SJTU students can only be accepted at BASc Program at UCL
Website of UCL BASc Program: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/basc/
Website for Inbound Exchange Students: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/basc/study-abroad/study-abroad-at-ucl
Online Academic Calendar: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/staff/term-dates

ABOUT COURSE

Full Time Load: 4 UCL course units (2 course units per semester)
1 BASc course = 0.5 UCL course units (so students usually study 8 courses per academic year)
Course Finder Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/basc/documents/BAScCoursesForAffiliates and http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/study-abroad-guide
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements:  full year exchange students must take 1.5 course units from the Core courses offered by the Arts and Sciences. They then have the flexibility to choose modules from a variety of other departments across UCL.

APPLICATION

1.  ELIGIBILITY

A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3/4.0 (or equivalent) is expected

2. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

If your first language is not English, you must provide recent evidence that your spoken and written command of the English language is adequate for the programme you have applied for.
For more details: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/international/affiliate/exchange/

3. PROCEDURE AND RELATED DOCUMENTS

To apply to UCL as an exchange student you need to send the following documentation to the UCL Admissions Office:
a. A completed Exchange Application Form
b. A personal statement explaining why you wish to study at UCL and why you interested in the department you are applying to
c. Two letters of recommendation from members of academic staff at your home institution who are familiar with your work
d. Your most recent official transcript from your home institution and details of the modules you are currently studying
e. Proof of English language proficiency where required (details above)
f. A completed Disability and Ethnic Monitoring Form
Our preferred method of receipt for all applications and documentation, including receipts and transcripts, is by email to affiliatestudents@ucl.ac.uk

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

The National Health Service (NHS) is the healthcare system in the UK and is primarily funded through general taxation rather than requiring insurance payments.
Some NHS services are free at the point of delivery, others you need to pay for. The Information for overseas visitors to the UK on the NHS website provides detailed information on how to access health treatment in the UK if you need it.
Anyone making an application for a visa of more than 6 months after the 5 April 2015 will be required to pay the immigration health surcharge to access NHS healthcare in the UK.  For more information about this please see the UCL Immigration and Visa page, and the UKVI website.

2. ACCOMMODATION

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/accommodation

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

A total cost of around £338 per week is considered to be a reasonable average over a 40-week year for a undergraduate student and 52 week year for postgraduates. (this includes the 30-week UCL academic year plus Christmas and Easter vacations).
For more details: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/iss/before-you-arrive/money-matters

4. VISA

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/iss/immigration-visa/

5. SCHOLARSHIP OPPOTUNITY

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Owain Evans
o.evans@ucl.ac.uk

剑桥大学


University of Cambridge

剑桥大学3

一、 项目介绍

剑桥大学圣约翰学院与上海交通大学于今年签订协议,互换学生去对方学校学习,为学生提供学习和交流的机会。今年,上海交通大学可派遣1名学生去圣约翰学院进行为期9周的学习,目前仅有数学和物理两个专业供选择,将来会开放更多的专业供学生选择。

二、 交流时间

Lent Term: Mid Jan –Mid Mar

三、 报名对象

1、数学系或物理系大二、大三学生
2、雅思成绩总分7.5以上,每门不低于7。可用托福同等成绩代替。
3、1 student in the Lent term

四、 申请时间节点

1、校内申请:有意向参加的学生请登录 my.sjtu.edu.cn 完成个人校内网申。申请时间另行通知。
2、学校将根据情况进行审核或面试,并确定推荐名单。
3、项目申请:获得校内推荐的同学,请尽快向项目方提交申请并完成相关的手续流程。

五、 项目费用估计

待定

六、 注意

剑桥大学并不能为交换的学生提供公认的学分,会在学期结束后提供成绩单。The University of Cambridge cannot provide acknowledgement of credit to the visiting students. However, supervisions occur on a weekly basis and the transcripts / supervision reports would be provided to SJTU at the end of the term.

一月底对方学校将在该网站公布相关信息,请大家积极关注:http://www.joh.cam.ac.uk/exchange-programmes

瑞典皇家理工学院


KTH Royal Institute of Technology

瑞典皇家工学院2

The Royal Institute of Technology (Swedish: Kungliga Tekniska högskolan, abbreviated KTH) is a university in Stockholm, Sweden. KTH was founded in 1827 as Sweden’s first polytechnic and is one of Scandinavia’s largest (the largest by certain definitions) institutions of higher education in technology. KTH accounts for one-third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level. KTH offers programmes leading to a Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, licentiate or doctoral degree. The university also offers a technical preparatory programme for non-scientists and further education.

Website of university: http://www.kth.se/

ABOUT COURSE

View detail: http://www.kth.se/en/studies/exchange/exchange-studies-at-kth-1.6519

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Only applications from students nominated by a partner university will be considered. The number of students as specified in the Exchange Agreement between KTH and the partner university is not to be exceeded. Students nominated by their home university for exchange studies at KTH must submit an online application form for exchange students found at http://www.kth.se/en/studies/exchange/application-for-exchange-students-1.7972
The application includes a request for assistance in finding accommodation and application for Swedish language courses at KTH. Documents to be up-loaded into the application system are the following:
• verified transcript of records, i.e. list of courses completed at the home university
• copy of valid pass port/national ID/identity card with citizenship indicated
• pass port photo• approved and signed Learning agreement/Study plan
• nomination formOnce all is submitted, the student will receive a confirmation, including information on how to complete the registration in the system. The home university contact person will be asked to nominate the student for exchange studies at KTH. Double degree (DD) students follow the same application procedure as exchange students. Please note that only students whose home university has a DD agreement with KTH can apply for DD studies. The online application and required documents must have been uploaded into the system by the following deadlines: April 15th for studies/project work starting in August/September or later in the autumn. October 15th for studies/project work starting in January or later in the spring.
Please note: Applications sent after the deadlines above will NOT be considered

DAILY LIFE

1.INSURANCE

Complete insurance coverage
It is very important that all international students have complete insurance coverage for their entire stay in Sweden. Consequently, we strongly advise students to buy a travel/study abroad insurance in their home country before arriving in Sweden. Important areas that the insurance should cover: personal injury, medical and dental care, accidents, personal belongings (luggage etc), liability coverage, legal expense coverage, home transportation (in case of injury or illness). In case it is not possible to buy a suitable insurance in the country of origin, please contact the international/programme coordinator at KTH for more information.
EU/EEA citizens and the European insurance card 
Students from EU/EEA member countries should bring the European Insurance card. The card states that the card-holder is entitled to health care on the same conditions and to the same cost as Swedish citizens. The “EU-card” does not mean that supplementary insurance is not necessary. Students will still need it for e.g. dental care, home transportation, personal belongings and liability coverage.
Non EU/EEA citizens 
It is very important that students from non EU/EEA countries have a valid and complete insurance coverage since it is a prerequisite for securing a residence permit for studies.

2. ACCOMMODATION

KTH has an Accommodation Office located in the Info Center at Drottning Kristinas väg 47 (Campus Valhallavägen). KTH Accommodation rents rooms for exchange students in student housing buildings (dormitories). Rooms are also rented in apartment houses. The rooms are located in central Stockholm as well as in the suburbs of the city. KTH offers this service to some international students as the housing market is extremely difficult in Stockholm. The location of the room will depend on the number of rooms available at the moment. There is no possibility to choose your room or address, nor to change an allocated room! Exchange students will be able to mark an interest for help in finding accommodation in the same on line application form as for exchange studies at KTH. Then the KTH Accommodation will contact the student directly about the demand; confirmation is sent to the student before arrival in Sweden. Please note that the housing contract is signed upon arrival at KTH. For information and opening hours please visit their website at:

http://www.kth.se/en/studies/exchange/accommodation-exchange
If you wish to contact them please use: accommodation@kth.se

斯德哥尔摩大学


Stockholm University

斯德哥摩尔大学4

As one of the largest universities in Sweden, with over 70,000 undergraduate and master’s students, Stockholm University offers unprecedented access to teaching and research facilities. Stockholm University, located in Sweden’s capital city, is the region’s center for higher education and research in humanities, law, the natural and social sciences, and a focus for the work of leading international researchers. In the heart of Sweden’s only national urban park, the University is surrounded by natural beauty, whilst being only a few minutes journey from the city center.
Website of University: www.su.se/english/study
Website for inbound exchange students: www.su.se/english/study/exchange-students

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 30 credits.
Credit/Course: Courses normally contain 7.5, 15 or 30 credits. Students can choose four 7.5 credit courses or two 15 credits courses or any other combination. One week of full-time studies equals 1.5 credits.
The workload is 40 hours per week, including lectures, readings, assignments, seminars, independent studies
Course Finder Website: www.su.se/english/study/coursesFor questions regarding courses please contact the coordinator at the department offering the course:
http://www.su.se/english/study/exchange-students/departmental-coordinators/departmental-coordinators-1.518
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: Please note that for most courses there are specialeligibility requirementswhich are determined bythe departments.

APPLICATION

1. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

Students whose mother tongue is not English must provide evidence that their English language ability meets the minimum requirements for admission. Students from the Nordic countries do not need to take a test.
IELTS: 6.0 overall with at least 5.5 in each of the four components, TOEFL: PBT 550, iBT 79.

2. PROCEDURE

Incoming exchange students must be officially nominated by home university coordinator.
After you have been nominated by your home university, You will get information on how to proceed from the International coordinator at your home university. Once you have submitted your application form, you should not assume you have been accepted until you receive an official letter of acceptance from Stockholm University.
Online application: https://su.moveon4.com/locallogin/54ae78440f9d300d66000000/eng

5. RELATED DOCUMENTS

Online application including a course selection form, transcript of records, and proof of English (if applicable)

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

View details : http://www.kammarkollegiet.se/english/insurance

2. ACCOMMODATION

Housing is guaranteed for students applying through a university-wide agreement/network except for students from the Nordic countries.

3. VISA

In order to study in Sweden, you must have a residence permit. Read more about how to apply for a permit for studies or to work as a doctoral student. For more details: http://www.migrationsverket.se/English/Private-individuals/Studying-in-Sweden.html

4. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Food: SEK 2,000
Accommodation: SEK 3,750
Local travel: SEK 560
Telephone/internet: SEK 300
Insurance, medical care and hygiene: SEK 300
Hobby/leisure, miscellaneous: SEK 1,100
Total: SEK 8,010

CONTACT INFORMATION

Mascha Schepers
mascha.schepers@su.se

阿姆斯特丹大学


University of Amsterdam

阿姆斯特丹大学3

The University of Amsterdam has its origins in the Athenaeum Illustre (1632) and, with over 30,000 students, over 5,000 employees and an annual budget of 600 million euros, is one of the largest general research universities in Europe.
Official Website:
www.uva.nl
Website for inbound exchange students:
http://www.uva.nl/en/education/other-programmes/exchange/global-exchange/global-exchange-programme.html

University Calendar:

http://www.uva.nl/en/education/other-programmes/exchange/practical-matters/academic-calendar/academic-calendar.html

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load = 30 ECTS
1 ECTS credit represents 25 to 30 hours of study (including class attendance).
1 Course = 6 or 12 ECTS
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 24 ECTS
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students: 30 ECTS

Course list:

http://coursecatalogue.uva.nl/xmlpages/page/2019-2020-en
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements:
The current curriculum is comprised of over 100 international study programmes. English-taught courses are available in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Psychology, Business and Economics, Law, Natural Sciences, Educational Sciences, Future Planet Studies, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Geography, and Planning and Development Studies. Students cannot take courses in Medicine and Dentistry

APPLICATION

PLACEMENTS

10

DEADLINE

Nomination
Spring Semester: 15 September
Fall Semester: 1 April
Application
Spring semester: 1 October
Summer semester: Depends on the course. http://www.uva.nl/summerschool
Fall semester: 15 April

REQUIREMENTS

Students should have at least two years of academic education, a grade point average of 3.0 (US system) and show a relevant academic background in the proposed field of study. The guidelines to determine if a student has the relevant academic background are explained in the document ‘Courses and Faculty Criteria’ see website

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

Non‐native speakers of English should provide proof of proficiency in the English language by means of a TOEFL an IELTS. For specific entrance requirements see: www.uva.nl/globalexchange > Courses

PROCEDURE

http://www.uva.nl/en/education/other-programmes/exchange/global-exchange/application-and-admission/application-and-admission.html

DAILY LIFE

INSURANCE

Insurance is required

ACCOMMODATION

The UvA guarantees accommodation for Global Exchange students applying before the ‘early bird’ deadline. www.uva.nl/housing

LIVING EXPENSE

During your stay in Amsterdam, you can expect to spend between €900 and €1,400 per month on living expenses. This includes rent.

AIRPORT RECEPTION SERVICE

The University of Amsterdam offers a pick‐up service from Schiphol (Amsterdam airport) during the recommended arrival dates. www.uva.nl/pickup

CONTACT INFORMATION

Name:Mr. Guido de Wilde
Email:exchange‐sts@uva.nl

浦项科技大学


浦项科技大学1

Ever since its establishment in 1986, POSTECH has stayed true to its role in Korean higher education as a pioneer in science and technology research. Located in the city of Pohang, the 400-acre, park-like campus is home to the Pohang Accelerator Laboratory and minutes away from POSCO, the fourth-largest steelmaking company in the world. POSTECH has come a long way in its short history to become globally recognized as one of Asia’s premier universities and among the most selective, highly ranked research universities in Korea.

Website of university: http://www.postech.ac.kr
Website for inbound exchange students: http://international.postech.ac.kr
Online academic calendar website: http://www.home.postech.ac.kr/web/eng/ecad_03

ABOUT COURSE

View detail: http://lms.postech.ac.kr >English>Learning Guide>Courses

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1. EARLY REQUIREMENTS

Average academic record above “B” prior to application
TOEFL iBT 79, IELTS 6.0 or above*
* It may be substituted with equivalent proof documents (ex. certificate, letter, or score sheet)
Undergraduate or graduate students nominated by the international office of partner institutions.

2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1)  Partner universities will nominate and send application forms to POSTECH International Relations by the deadlines.
2)  POSTECH Departments and Professors will review nominees’ qualifications and determine admission
3)  POSTECH International Relations will send admission documents to partners.
View detail: http://www.postech.ac.kr/

3. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Application (download)
2) One Letter of recommendation from supervisors
3) Official Score of English Proficiency (if your native language is not English)
4) Transcript of Academic Records in English

5) Photocopy of Passport

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All exchange students are required to purchase the health insurance from their home country which will be valid during the entire period their stay in Korea.

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus

Every current student at POSTECH can reside in dormitories as long as there are no grounds for disqualification. POSTECH operates 20 dormitories for male students, 3 for female students, and 1 RC dormitory. Each dormitory room accommodates 2 people. All the enrolled students may apply for housing in dormitory.

Off campus

 Yes

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

KRW 600,000/month*
* Actual expenses may vary depending on the student’s lifestyle.

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Once students receive the admission packet from POSTECH, they are required to apply for their visa individually at the Korean Embassy in their home country prior to entering Korea.
For more information: http://www.hikorea.go.kr/pt/InfoDetailR_en.pt?categoryId=2&parentId=327&catSeq=536&showMenuId=14

 5. SCHOLARSHIPS:

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Program Coordinator
Mr. Kiljong Yoo
iao@postech.ac.kr

汉阳大学


汉阳大学1

Hanyang University opened as an aspiring engineering institute in 1939 with the founding principles: “Application of Knowledge” and “Love in Deed.” Based on this tradition of pursuing innovation and service to society, Hanyang has secured its position as one of the nation’s top ranking institutions.

Website of university: www.hanyang.ac.kr/english
Website for inbound exchange students: www.hanyangexchange.com
Online academic calendar website: www.hanyangexchange.com

ABOUT COURSE

Credit Requirement for exchange students: 10 credits
1 Credit = 15-16 Class hours
1 Course = 2-3 Credits
Grading Scale: max GPA 4.5
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 10 credits
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students: 20 credits excluding Korean language course

Number of Semester Placements
Spring Semester: 2
Academic Year: 2

Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: Medicine, music, dance, nursing, physical education
Special Exchange Programs (summer opportunities): 50% discount on tuition fee provided to students participating in Hanyang International Summer School.

Students can take English taught courses at Hanyang. Please look for list of English taught courses onwww.hanyangexchange.com
Free Korean language courses provided to exchange students.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Deadlines: Spring: 15th Nov/ Summer: Approximately end May/ Fall: 15th May
Eligibility :According to partner university’s selection criteria
Language Requirement: According to partner university’s selection criteria
Application Process: International Mobility Office of SJTU has to send nomination email to HYU by at least 1 month prior to application dealine. HYU will guide the students on further procedure by email.

DAILY LIFE

1.INSURANCE

Students can either purchase international health insurance in home country or after arrival at Hanyang. Hanyang will introduce insurance company to the students.

2. ACCOMMODATION

On – Campus: Not available for exchange students
Off- Campus: Please refer to www.hanyangexchange.com

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Food: KRW400,000 / Local Transportation: KRW50,000 / Others: KRW100,000 – 150,000

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Hanyang will send out ‘Certificate of Admission’ and ‘Certificate of Business Registration.’ Students can issue D2 visa with the documents.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Exchange Coordinator for Asia
Jinnie Yoon
Email: jinnie@hanyang.ac.kr

首尔国立大学


首尔国立大学2

Seoul National University honors the ideals of liberal education and aims to teach students a lifelong love of learning that will form the basis for continuous personal growth.
At the same time it is committed to preparing students to work and live in an increasingly competitive global environment. As South Korea’s first national university, Seoul National University has a tradition of standing up for democracy and peace on the Korean peninsula.

Website of University: http://snu.ac.kr
Website for inbound exchange students: http://oia.snu.ac.kr/03study_snu/0302_01.html
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://en.snu.ac.kr/academic-calendar

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: Undergraduates: 18 credits/ Graduates: 12 credits
1 Credit =15 Class hours
1 Course= 2-3 Credits

THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE is restricted to students who are currently studying medicine at their home university.
THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY is open ONLY to masters level students currently enrolled in a master program at School of Dentistry or equivalent at their home university. The student exchange program is NOT available at the undergraduate level for the College of Dentistry.
THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION is restricted to students who are currently studying business or economics at their home university.
View detail: http://sugang.snu.ac.kr

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

Academic Year: 4

2. DEADLINES

Spring Semester: October 20
Fall Semester: April 20

3. REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be enrolled in at least second semester at home university program (=have completed at least one semester at the application stage)

* cannot accept graduate students who are enrolled in the first semester of the Master’s program after finishing the Bachelor’s program.

  • Have a GPA 3.0 or above / 4.0

* To apply for the College of Business Administration, GPA more than 83 out of total score 100 is required. If the score, more than 83, is not written in the official transcript clearly, applicants’ home universities should submit a letter to us to prove the equivalent.

  • Language proficiency of either English or Korean is highly recommended, but not compulsory
    TOEFL IBT 88 OR ABOVE
    IELTS 6.0 OR ABOVE

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Online application.
View detail: http://oia.snu.ac.kr/03study_snu/0302_01.html

5. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) A statement of purpose
2) Two letters of recommendation from two of your professors
3) A certificate of enrollment from the current university you are attending.
5) A copy of applicant’s passport
6) Two photographs (3 X 4)
7) Only for fine arts, music an physical education applicants, photographs of works/recording or performances.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

It is mandatory for every exchange/visiting student to obtain travel medical insurance. Please refer to the following website to have further information. http://oia.snu.ac.kr/03study_snu/0302_01.html

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
Please refer to http://dorm.snu.ac.kr

Off campus
Off-campus housing is available around the campus. SNU does not provide an assistance to find off-campus housing and it is students’ own responsibility to find accommodation outside campus.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Please refer to http://oia.snu.ac.kr/03study_snu/0302_01.html

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

A student visa (D-2) is required to study in Korea if a student is not of Korean nationality. In most cases, exchange students can acquire their D-2 visa easily when they present their Certificates of Admission issued by the SNU to the relevant passport officials in their home country. Please contact your nearest Korean Embassy or consulate for more detailed information on the visa application process.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Manager, Student Exchange Program
Hyun-Ji Lee
exchange_asia@snu.ac.kr

高丽大学


高丽大学1

Korea University is the first modern and higher education institution in Korea. It was founded by Lee Rongyi in 1905 in Seoul, and has been the leading university since then. KU maintains the finest faculty with top-notch teaching and research skills, and has produced many prominent figures in Korean society.

Website of university:  http://www.korea.edu
Website for inbound exchange students:  http://oia.korea.ac.kr
Online academic calendar website:  http://oia.korea.ac.kr/listener.do?layout=cps_1

ABOUT COURSE

Approximately 40% of courses are conducted in English and 60% in Korean.
View detail: http://sugang.korea.ac.kr> Click on English on the top left > Major or General (electives) subject > Select the appropriate Year, Term, and Department> Click on the course no. for more detailed course information.

Important notice:    

Some courses (Medicine, Nursing, Law, Information Security and ALL graduate programs at the  business school) are not available to exchange students. It’s very difficult for students to register for business and management courses because  there is a  high demand  for them.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1. EARLY REQUIREMENTS:

A minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
Must be a currently enrolled student
Must have completed a minimum of 2 semesters at home institution before the official nomination to KU
Fluency in either Korean or English language

2. APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM (SEP)

Number of semester placements: 5 for Spring Semester and 10 for one Academic Year)
Students must submit the online application by the deadline indicated
Autumn semester: 31 July;  Spring semester: 31 January 
The exchange coordinator will fill in the KU Nomination sheet and return it to the manager of Chinese relations.
View detail: http://oia.korea.ac.kr>Exchange/Visiting>Application Guide
You will then receive a confirmation email with updated KU information sheet as well as a link to KU’s new online application.
Once the student’s application is approved, the ‘Admission Package’ will be sent to the exchange coordinator of the student’s home university, not to the individual student.
Students can submit a copy of Private Health/Insurance and Certificate of Health at the time of online application submission or after they have been admitted.
Notice: Only when KU receives the copy of the private health insurance, the students will fully be admitted to KU.

3. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Statement of purpose and goals (what you hope to achieve)
2) One official academic transcript
3) One passport-sized photograph
4) Clear copy of a valid passport (under 50kb)
5) Certificate of Health
6) Copy of proof of private health insurance (must be valid throughout your study abroad period)
7) One letter of academic reference (VSP only)
Must be sent directly to the Office of International Affairs by the relevant referee via email (kuoia@korea.ac.kr)
Application Fee of non-refundable USD50 (VSP only)

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All incoming students coming to study at KU must provide a copy of their private health insurance that is valid from the moment they leave their home country until the time when they return home from Korea.

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus

On-campus accommodation is available but limited. Students are advised to apply as soon as the online application is open as rooms are allocated on first come first serve basis. The residence office will contact the students via email for full payment.
Most of the rooms are shared room. All on-campus accommodation is located within 20 minutes of walking distance from the main campus.
To apply for housing, please visit the direct link http://reslife.korea.ac.kr

Off campus

There is a wide range of off-campus housing available near the campus within 5-10 minutes’walking distance. Most of the rooms are small but en-suite so many students prefer to stay off-campus. The list of off-campus accommodations will be printed in the student handbook and the incoming advisors will provide information and assistance where needed. If you have any queries about the off-campus housing options, please send an email to studyabroad@korea.ac.kr

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES IN SEOUL

On-campus accommodation CJ I-House: KRW 1,600,000 per semester (4 months)
Anam Global House: KRW 900,000 per semester (4 months)
Private accommodation Approx. KRW 300,000~500,000 per month
Food/meals Approx. KRW 400,000 per month
Local transportation Approx. KRW 60,000 per month
Academic expenses Approx. KRW 150,000 per semester (mainly textbooks)
Personal expenses Approx. KRW 250,000 per month but may vary

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

All international incoming students coming to study at KU must apply for a D-2 student visa. When you receive the admission package, the CoA (Certificate of Admission) will be included together with the Letter of Admission.You can apply for the student visa at the Korean Embassy or a Korean consulates in your home country (or for those who have Chinese nationality in the country where their home institution is located) by submitting the CoA.
For information about any immigration issues, please go to http://oia.korea.ac.kr> Campus Life > Immigration Issues

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

Students may choose to apply for either an Admission or Travel Scholarship.  Admission/Travel Scholarship: up to KRW 3,000,000 for the first semester (4 months)

*Merit Scholarship: awarded on the basis of academic merit from the first semester, KRW300,000 per month for the second semester (4 months), applicable to undergraduate SEP & VSP students participating in one-year program only.

For detailed information, please check the website on http://oia.korea.ac.kr

CONTACT INFORMATION

Manager, Chinese Relations
Ms Myung-hwa Jeon
mhjeon77@korea.ac.kr

 

梨花女子大学


梨花女子大学1

Ewha Womans University has contributed globally to the cause of women’s education and gender equality, and today boasts a world-class faculty, smart classrooms and state-of-the-art dormitories and other facilities, serving as a cradle for female intellectuals from around the world, a place where they can cultivate their dreams as future leaders. Today in these globalized times that we live in, the entire world is engaged in endless competition across all fields and sectors. The times are outpacing the universities in the race for change. In response to the demands and the new educational environment of our times, Ewha is now taking on a whole new challenge.
Website of University: http://www.ewha.ac.kr
Website of inbound exchange students: http://oia.ewha.ac.kr/
Semester Arrangements:  Spring Semester –March to Mid June; Fall Semester– September to Mid December

ABOUT COURSE

Full Time Load: 18 credits
1 Course= 1 hour/week
1 Course= 3 credits
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: (undergradate students) 9 credits / (graduate students) 6 credits
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 18 credits
Course Finder Website: http://www.ewha.ac.kr/mbs/ewhaen/subview.jsp?id=ewhaen_031103000000
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: Students may be restricted from taking certain courses (not all!) offered by the Education, Art, Music Departments. Also, students are allowed to take courses of the Graduate and the Graduate school of International Studies.
Korean Language Course: Korean Language Level 1-6, Free for exchange students, for more details:http://elc.ewha.ac.kr/LangCenter/eng/index.jsp

APPLICATION

1. SEMESTER PLACEMENTS

Spring Semester: 4 semester placements/2 year placements
Academic Year: 4 semester placements/2 year placements

2. APPLICATION DEADLINE

Spring Semester: November 15
Fall Semester: May 15

3. ELIGIBILITY

GPA 2.5 / 4.0 (75 / 100)

4. PROCEDURE

a. Create an account at the online application site for exchange or visiting students at http://eureka.ewha.ac.kr/eureka/hs/hs/sd/businessLogin.do?category=A
b. Submit application and upload all documents and materials needed for the application. All application should be submitted online and no paper applications will be accepted.
c. Receive email notification of approval
d. Receive the admission packet sent out via express mail
e. Send checklist and Overseas Health Insurance Certificate
f. Come to Ewha!

5. RELATED MATERIALS

Please refer to the fact sheet below

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All students are required to hold a medical insurance which covers medical fees during their stay at Ewah.

2. VISA REQUIREMENTS

All students are required to hold a D-2 visa

3. ACCOMMODATION

Single or Double rooms are available on campus. Dorm application can be done online along with the application. On-campus housing is not fully guaranteed, and will be provided on a first-come-first-served basis.
The cost for the dormitories have not been fixed and may be increased.

4. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Total KRW 4,500,000 – 5, 800,000/ Semester. Please refer to the fact sheet for more details.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Yunji Kim
goabroad@ewha.ac.kr

建国大学


建国大学2

Today, the Seoul Campus, located in the heart of Seoul, comprises 21 undergraduate colleges and 15 graduate schools that offer a diverse range of programs. The Glocal Campus in the city of Chungju, Chungcheongbuk-do, consists of six undergraduate colleges and two graduate schools. As of 2014, a total of about 25,600 students study at the two campuses and abroad (i.e., through Konkuk’s study abroad programs), an enormous growth compared to the student population of 1950 which was only 146.

Website of university: http://www.konkuk.ac.kr/do/Eng/Index.do
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.konkuk.ac.kr/eng/jsp/International/inter_1_2.jsp
Online academic calendar website: http://www.konkuk.ac.kr/eng/jsp/Academics/academics_1_1.jsp

ABOUT COURSE

Credit Requirement for exchange students: 17-18 credits per semester

1 Credit = 15 Class hours
1 Course = 2-3 Credits

Number of Semester Placements
Spring Semester: 5
Academic Year: 5

Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 1 course
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students: 5-6 courses
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: No exchange students for Law, Veterinary Science, Eduaction and some Design majors
Special Exchange Programs (summer opportunities):http://www.konkuk.ac.kr/Administration/Abroad/isp/
Grading Scale: http://www.konkuk.ac.kr/eng/jsp/Academics/academics_2_7_2.jsp#tab_1

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Deadlines: Spring: Spring: May 15/ Summer: TBA/ Fall: November 15
Eligibility : Nominated students from Konkuk’s partner universities
Language Requirement: Fluent in Enlgish or Korean
Application Process: http://www.konkuk.ac.kr/eng/jsp/International/inter_1_2_3.jsp#tab_1

DAILY LIFE

1.INSURANCE

Highly recommended to arrange own insurance before leaving China

2. ACCOMMODATION

On – Campus: Dormotiory (Guaranteed for the first one semester)
Off- Campus: Not Applicable

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

US$ 500 ~ 700 (including housing) per month

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Student Visa Required (D-2-6)

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

Not Available for Exchange Student

CONTACT INFORMATION

Exchange Coordinator for Asia
Name: Inho Song
Email: songi@konkuk.ac.kr

 

釜山国立大学


釜山国立大学1

Pusan National University was founded in May 1946 with the establishment ideology of truth, liberty and devotion.
Although the University started initially with just two faculties, the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Fisheries, since then, it has grown into a major research level institution covering all the major disciplines within academia. Today, the University enjoys its reputation as one of top universities in Korea.
Website of university:

http://english.pusan.ac.kr/uPNU_homepage/en/default.asp , http://www.pusan.ac.kr/uPNU_homepage/cn/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://international.pusan.ac.kr/

ABOUT COURSE

Courses of Dentistry, Medicine, Korean Medicine, Nursing are NOT available to exchange students.
View detail:  http://onestop.pusan.ac.kr/English/

1 credit = 25 minutes
1 course=3 credits

Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 12(undergraduate)/3(graduate)
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students: 19(undergraduate)/10(graduate)

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1. EARLY REQUIREMENTS

Students nominated by partner university and have completed at least two (2) semesters(in case of Graduate students, those who have completed at least one semester)

2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Number of Semester Placements: negotiable per semester/ per year
Students must submit the online application by the deadline indicated
Autumn semester:30 April,
Spring semester:31 October
Students should send Nomination from home university first ,then complete online application with submission of required documents.

3. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Study Plan
2) Transcript of Academic Records
3) Certificate of Enrollment
4) A copy of Passport

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All exchange students must purchase overseas travelers insurance before arriving in Korea.

2. ACCOMMODATION

Campus Accommodations (Dormitories) 310,000 KRW -Afforable cost -Meals included (3 meals per day) -Can communicate with various people – Located at campus – A group life – Must keep the curfew and regulations. – Possible conflicts with roommates – Limited space and public utilities.

Off-campus accommodations (living a part from one’s family) The cost varies 300,000 KRW in average – More space and time allowed – Can cook on one’s own – The residen’t freedom guaranteed – High cost – Fees other than the monthly rent – High deposit (1 millon ~5 million KRW).

Off-campus accomodations (Boarding house) 450,000 KRW ~ 500,000 KRW more -Meals served – High cost – Possible conflicts with the landlord or roomates – Additional fees may be included.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

About 400,000 KRW except housing fee

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Any foreigner wishing to stay in Korea over 91 days must visit the disctrict Immigration Office to get issued an alien registration card (ARC).
Required documents: 1) application form, 2) passport-size color ID photo, 3) passport, 4) 20,000 won service fee, 5) certificate of enrollment.
* If you are applying for an alien registration card to secure off-campus housing prior to the beginning of the semester, you can substitue a certificate of tuition payment for a certificate of enrollment.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

All exchange students can apply for Government Scholarships and around US$4000 are offered to selected students.

CONTACT INFORMATION

International Program Coordinator
Ms. Min-Jung Kim

 

巴黎政治学院


Sciences Po

巴黎政治学院2

Sciences Po is an international research university, both selective and open onto the world, ranking among the finest institutions in the fields of humanities and social sciences.

Sciences Po’s international dimension was established in its founding documents.
Driven forward by this vocation for nearly 150 years, today Sciences Po stands out as a world-class university: internationally-recognised degrees and research, a multicultural community and a worldwide network of partners.

Website of university: http://www.sciencespo.fr/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.sciencespo.fr/welcome
Online academic calendar website: http://formation.sciences-po.fr/sites/default/files/calendrier_universitaire_fr.pdf

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 30 ECTS per semester
1 Credit =25 to 30 Class hours
Maximum credits for exchange students: 30 ECTS credits per semester

Should a student wish to take a full course load, he or she should take the following courses:
Lecture course (10 credits)
Seminar or elective course (5 credits)
Seminar or elective course (5 credits)
Seminar or elective course (5 credits)
Seminar or elective course or artistic workshop or language class (5 credits)
OPTIONAL: French language class or French civilisation class (offered in French or English) (5 credits)
View detail: http://college.sciences-po.fr/siteparis/course-catalogue

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF SEMESTER PLACEMENTS

To be comfirmed every year

2. DEADLINES 

Spring semester: Mid-October Autumn semester: End of April

3. REQUIREMENTS

Students from Sciences Po’s partner universities can study at Sciences Po as part of an exchange programme at the undergraduate or graduate level.
Undergraduate students must have completed at least four semesters of undergraduate studies in order to be eligible for the undergraduate exchange programme.
Graduate students must have obtained a Bachelor’s degree or have completed at least six semesters of undergraduate studies in order to be eligible for the graduate exchange programme.

 Language requirements:
All exchange students whose language of instruction in their home university is neither French nor English
are required to provide evidence of an official test in either French or in English for admission to Sciences
Po’s exchange programme.
1) French language requirements for undergraduate exchange students
TCF minimum score 400 or DELF/DALF minimum score B2
2) English language requirements for undergraduate exchange students
IELTS minimum score 6 or TOEFL minimum score 87 or Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) B minimum, or
Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) C minimum or Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in
English (CPE) minimum Pass C
3) French language requirements for graduate exchange students
TCF minimum score 500 or DELF/DALF minimum score C1
4) English language requirements for graduate exchange students
IELTS minimum score 6,5 or TOEFL minimum score 100 or Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English
(CAE) C minimum or Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) minimum Pass C

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Students who is nominated by their home university will apply online.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Compulsory Sécurité sociale fees at registration

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
N/A
Off campus
Sciences Po’s housing information service is there to guide you. Sciences Po even offers a listing service of apartments currently available in Paris.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

800 euros

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Information about visas (who is concerned, how to apply, cost, etc.) can be found on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website (http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/)

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

Only for degree seeking students : http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/contenu/the-emile-boutmy-scholarship

CONTACT INFORMATION

International Affairs Manager for China
Alessandro Mariani

里昂国立应用科学学院


 INSA Lyon

里昂国立应用科学学院1

INSA Lyon is the leading engineering school in France.

It annually welcomes a diversity of profiles among the best Baccalauréat graduates throughout France. Each academic year, we receive applications from more than 14,000 high-school students, nearly a thousand of whom are admitted.

In all, 37% of new students are female, 33% grant holders, and 33% foreign students. More than 100 nationalities are represented among our students, who spend five years on our campus studying various engineering courses. This is a major advantage of our school where recruiters are concerned. We are proud of the fact that our graduates always find work so quickly, confirming the relevance of the education we offer to the requirements of business and industry, with which we work hand-in-hand on a daily basis.

What sets our school apart is this ability to develop strong ties. It starts with the rich student life on campus, thanks to the action of more than 130 clubs and societies.

It is also reflected in the sense of belonging on the part of an entire community, including students, administrative staff and researchers, all of whom actively contribute to the success and development of the school.

Official Website: http://www.insa-lyon.fr

Academic period :

1st semester: September- January
2nd semester: February – June

ABOUT  COURSE

Regular Courses: http://www.insa-lyon.fr/en/formation/offre-de-formation
IST Semester (in English): http://www.insa-lyon.fr/en/information-science-technologysemester-ist

French Intensive Language Course:
For the exchange students coming to study at INSA Lyon for two semesters the course is free of charge. For those who are enrolled for one semester, there is a charge (675€ in 2014).
More information on: http://fle.insa-lyon.fr/

APPLICATION

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

Level B1 (according to the CECR) is strongly recommended:
https://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/resources/european-languagelevels-cefr
Students must fulfill specific English and/or French language requirements according to the chosen study scheme.

PROCEDURE

ExchangeStudents:
http://www.insa-lyon.fr/en/exchange-students
3rd year Double Degree:
http://www.insa-lyon.fr/en/3rd-year-double-degree
4th year Double Degree:
Useful information: http://www.insa-lyon.fr/en/4th-year-double-degree
Online application only: https://admis.insa-lyon.fr/4a/

DAILY IIFE

INSURANCE

Students from non-EU countries:must be registered to the French Student Social Security.
All students must have their own health insurance that covers the study period.

ACCOMMODATION

INSA Lyon provides accommodation on-campus for all exchange students: 300€ to 550 €
http://www.insa-lyon.fr/en/residences

CATERING

INSA Lyon’s restaurants are opened 7 days a week (except Saturday evening and Sunday morning)
http://www.insa-lyon.fr/en/catering

OTHER

Stay ≤ 6 months – Residence permit is not required & Financial help for accommodation (“CAF”) cannotbe provided

CONTACT INFORMATION

Name: Mrs Magdalena CORNECI, Mrs Mara Ciora
Email:welcome@insa-lyon.frwelcome1@insa-lyon.fr

萨尔州大学


Saarland University

萨尔州大学1

Saarland University is a modern university within the Saar-Lor-Lux region – a dynamic part of Europe defined by the shared borders between Germany, France and Luxembourg. An international perspective has been a defining feature of Saarland University ever since it was established in cooperation with France in 1948. Today, 18.500 young people are studying in Saarbrücken and Homburg (faculty of medicine), 17 per cent of whom are international students. Located in a pleasant woodland setting, the university campus offers students and researchers a broad range of sporting and cultural activities, which together with the numerous cafés and restaurants make the campus an ideal place to relax between lectures or after work. And thanks to the high-speed ICE train link it takes only two hours to travel from Saarbrücken to Paris.

Website of university: http://www.uni-saarland.de/en/home.html
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.uni-saarland.de/overseas
Online academic calendar website: http://www.uni-saarland.de/campus/studium/studienorganisation/semestertermine.html

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 30 ECTS credits for degree seeking students, up to 20 ECTS credits for exchange students
1 Credit = 1 – 1,5 hours (depending on type of course)
1 Course = 3 – 9 ECTS credits (depending on type and level of course)
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 5 -6 courses recommended
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: no maximum
Exchange students have access to all undergraduate programs (except medicine); but graduate programs only open upon agreement
View detail: https://www.lsf.uni-saarland.de/qisserver/rds?state=wtree&search=1&category=veranstaltung.browse&navigationPosition=lectures%2Clectureindex&breadcrumb=lectureindex&topitem=lectures&subitem=lectureindex

APPLICATION

1. REQUIREMENTS

Students should get nomination through the exchange coordinator.
Language requirements:
Advanced basic German skills (at least 300 hours) recommended; advanced English skills for some disciplines.

2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Application paperwork to be sent with official nomination through exchange coordinator (scanned copies, no originals needed); forms downloadable on www.uni-saarland.de/overseas

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

German health insurance recommended; travel insurance will not be accepted.

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
N/A
Off campus
Guaranteed

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

750,00 Euro per month

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Students can consult German Embassy / Consulate General in Shanghai

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

International students can apply for scholarships at numerous institutions. The extensive DAAD scholarship database for foreign students, graduates and acamdemics offers a wide range of scholarships and additional Information to help them with their application.
View detail: https://www.daad.de/de/

CONTACT INFORMATION

The Coordinator of Overseas Programs
Mr. Wolfgang HEINTZ
w.heintz@io.uni-saarland.de

卡尔斯鲁厄理工学院


Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

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copyright by KIT
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On October 01, 2009, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) was founded by a merger of Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe and Universität Karlsruhe.
KIT bundles the missions of both precursory institutions: A university of the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg with teaching and research tasks and a large-scale research institution of the Helmholtz Association conducting program-oriented provident research on behalf of the Federal Republic of Germany. Within these missions, KIT is operating along the three strategic fields of action of research, teaching, and innovation.

Website of university: http://www.kit.edu/english/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.intl.kit.edu/istudies/3242.php
Online academic calendar website: http://www.intl.kit.edu/istudies/3157.php

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 20-30 ECTS per semester
1 Credit = depending on the faculty; usually 1 ECTS – 1,5 SWS
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students:2
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 6
For detailed information, please consider the corresponding module handbooks (http://www.intl.kit.edu/download/OVERSEAS_student_handbook.pdf)

APPLICATION

1. DEADLINE

Summer: December 1st; Nomination deadline: November 15th
Winter: June 1st, nomination deadline May 15th

2. REQUIREMENTS

Students must be currently enrolled at home university and get nomination.

Language requirements
German: A2, B1 recommended; proof of English knowledge if English courses planned to attend

3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Nomination ;online application;       4 weeks after deadline: decision (admission letters)

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

None from KIT; students are required to have health insurance covering at least 100.000€, e.g. a German public health insurance or a foreign ensurance.

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus
N/A
Off campus
About 260€

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

700,00€ per month

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

We assist in the process for applying for residence permit; however, a valid Visa is required to enter Germany. As a student, residence permit is granted.

5.  SCHOLARSHIPS

Partner universities may nominate up to two exchange students per academic year for a scholarship of 2400€/stay. At least one student per academic year will receive the scholarship.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Coordinator for Incoming Overseas Students
Maren DANIELL
overseas-in@intl.kit.edu

康斯坦茨应用科学大学


Konstanz University of Applied Sciences

康斯坦茨大学2

The Hochschule Konstanz University of Applied Sciences (HTWG) is located in the southernmost part of the Federal Republic of Germany, in the state of Baden-Württemberg. The HTWG campus is situated on the Rhine River, close to Konstanz’s historical city center. HTWG originated from the Higher Technical Institute for Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering, which was founded in 1906 through a private initiative.

Today, the Hochschule Konstanz University of Applied Sciences offers career-oriented higher education at the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels in 20 technical and professional fields including Engineering, Architecture, Computer Science, Business Administration and the highly competitive fields of Applied Communication and Culture, Management and Technology, and Communications Design.

All Bachelor’s Degree courses at HTWG require one internship semester in industry which is closely integrated into the curriculum. In addition, 13 Master’s Degree programs offer course opportunities at the post-graduate level.

Currently HTWG has formal partnerships and student and staff exchange programs with 56 higher education institutions in 28 countries. Students from either side of an exchange can spend a semester or more at the partner institution taking classes or completing an internship.

Official website:

http://www.htwg-konstanz.de/English.20.0.html

Website for inbound exchange students:

http://www.htwg-konstanz.de/Incoming-Exchange-Students.751.0.html

School calendar:

http://www.htwg-konstanz.de/Academic-Calendar.1048.0.html

Orientation Program spring term: 1st or 2nd week of March
Orientation Program fall term: Mid-September

– 2 weeks Christmas break
– summer break in August
– one week Pentecost holiday in spring term

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 20-30 ECTS

1 Credit = 1-2 class hours
1 Course = 2-8 credits

Minimum course enrollment for exchange students: 3 courses
Maximum course enrollment for exchange students: 30 credits (around 10 courses)

Course list:

http://www.htwg-konstanz.de/Study-Options.1062.0.html

Special Exchange Programs: Bodensee Summer School in August

APPLICATION

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS

Students can choose from a variety of English and German taught classes.
English taught classes: level B1/B2
German taugth classes: level B1/B2″

PROCEDURE & RELATED DOCUMENTS

In order to apply to HTWG as an inbound exchange student, students from Shanghai Jiao Tong University must submit the following documents to the International Office of their home university:
• International Exchange Student Application Form
• Student residence hall application
• Copy of passport
• Financial proof for the whole academic period at HTWG (minimum: € 670 per month)
• Curriculum Vitae (CV) / resume
• Academic transcript and list of current coursework
• Letter of interest
• 2 passport pictures
• German language certificate (indicating the student’s German language level ) if necessary for the study abroad period
See also for downloads: http://www.htwg-konstanz.de/Application-Process.1063.0.html
Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s International Office will forward the complete application documents to the International Office of HTWG Konstanz.

DAILY LIFE

INSURANCE

German health insurance obligatory for all students (we will help students to purchase a German health insurance during the Orientation Program)

ACCOMMODATION

On – Campus accommodation is guaranteed, 250-350 Euro per month
Off- Campus : 300-400 Euro per month

LIVING EXPENSE

Meals: 150 Euro
Accommodation: 250-350 Euro
Personal expenses: 200 Euro
Health insurance: 80 Euro
Residence hall registration: 50 Euro (one time fee)
Student service fee: 80 Euro (one time fee)
Residence permit: 100 Euro (one time fee)
Transportation: 52 Euro (one time fee, if needed)
Refundable deposit for housing: 500 Euro
Total: 680-780 Euro per month + 282 Euro for one time fees

VISA

Students should apply for a “(national) visa for longer stays” according to “Art. 18 Schengener Durchführungsabkommen”
Students who need a student visa for Germany receive the following documents from HTWG´s International Office for the visa application:
• Formal invitation letter
• Admission to HTWG
• A statement exempting you from the prerequisite German language certificate, if necessary.
For details please refer to our website: http://www.htwg-konstanz.de/Administrative-Issues.1065.0.html

SCHOLARSHIP

Baden-Württemberg scholarship

CONTACT INFORMATION

Name: Jasmin Waurich, Dr. Helena Obendiek
Email:  jwaurich@htwg-konstanz.deobendiek@htwg-konstanz.de

慕尼黑工业大学


Technische Universität München

慕尼黑工大5

TUM combines top-class facilities for cutting-edge research with unique learning opportunities for 37,343 students. TUM scientists are committed to finding solutions to the major challenges facing society as we move forward: Health & Nutrition • Energy & Natural Resources • Environment & Climate • Information & Communications • Mobility & Infrastructure. TUM thinks and acts with an entrepreneurial spirit. Its aim is ambitious: to create lasting value for society through excellence in education and research, the active promotion of next-generation talent and a strong entrepreneurial spirit. All of which combine to make TUM one of Europe’s leading universities.
Website of University: www.tum.de
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.international.tum.de/en/welcome-to-tum/

SEMESTER INFORMATION

Semester Arrangements

Spring:
Summer: April – September
Winter: October – March

Online Academic Calendar Website: http://www.tum.de/en/studies/application-and-acceptance/dates-and-deadlines/

APPLICATION INFORMATION

DEADLINES

Spring: N/A
Summer: 31st of October
Winter: 15st of May

ELIGIBILITY

The partner university selects students according to performance, commitment and language skills and nominates them for the exchange semester stay via the web-based platform “moveonnet” (= eNomination).

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

German/English

APPLICATION PROCESS

Nomination -> Online Application

 

COURSE INFORMATION

Course Enrollment for Exchange Students: 20 ECTS credits recommended

Course Finder Website: https://campus.tum.de/tumonline/webnav.ini

DAILY LIFE

INSURANCE

Full coverage for students is around €76-78 monthly.

STUDENT VISA APPLICATIONS

Applicants from non-EU nations require a student visa to study in Germany.Students who need a visa must apply for this at least 2 months prior to their departure at the embassy or consulate of the Federal Republic of Germany in their home country.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Global KU Scholarship and Universitas 21(U21) & Association of Pacific Rim Universites(APRU)Partnership Scholarships

ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Approx 1,000-1650 per semester

HOUSING

On Campus
The “Studentenwerk” (Munich-based Student Association) only allocates a limited number of rooms to the International Center of TUM which can therefore only offer accommodation to one in nine exchange students. However, we try to send students coming under the “TUMexchange” program at least one room offer.

Off Campus
In case we cannot offer a room due to high demand, we will send out an email in July (for summer term)

CONTACT INFORMATION

Name: Juan Guo-Prasch
Email: Guo-Prasch@zv.tum.de
Phone: +49-89-289-25431
Fax: +49-89-289-22507
Postal Address:
Arcisstr.21
D-80333 Munich
Room 0196

亚琛工业大学


RWTH Aachen University

亚琛工业大学1

RWTH Aachen University is a place where the future of our industrialised world is thought out. The University is proving to be a hotspot with increasing international recognition where innovative answers to global challenges are developed.
Official website:
http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/~a/root/?lidx=1
Website for incoming exchange student:
http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Im-Studium/Internationales/~cbft/Internationale-Studierende/?lidx=1
School Calendar:
http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Im-Studium/~egv/Semestertermine/?lidx=1

ABOUT COURSE

Course list:
http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Vor-dem-Studium/Studiengaenge/~yev/Liste-Aktuelle-Studiengaenge/?lidx=1
Special Exchange Programs (summer opportunities)
http://www.academy.rwth-aachen.de/en/international/programmes

 

APPLICATION

PLACEMENTS:

Spring Semester:  20

DEADLINE:

Spring: March 31st
Fall: November 30th

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT:

English Language Proficiency: B1 level according to CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference): TOEFL: 80/ibt, 550/pbt, IELTS: 6.0
For courses taught in German: German Language Proficiency: CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference): B1 level

PROCEDURE:

http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Im-Studium/Internationales/Incoming/~bqtt/Austauschprogramme/?lidx=1

DAILY LIFE:

INSURANCE:

http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Im-Studium/Internationales/Incoming/~djtn/Planung-des-Aufenthaltes/?lidx=1 (see keyword: health insurance)

ACCOMMODATION:

No on-campus accommodation. For on-campus accommodation: http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Vor-dem-Studium/~egp/Wohnen-in-Aachen/?lidx=1

LIVING EXPENSES:

Around 700€/month

VISA:

http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Vor-dem-Studium/Internationale-Studierende/Organisation-des-Studienaufenthaltes/Visum-Aufenthaltsrecht/~bpsl/Beantragung-eines-Einreisevisums/lidx/1/

CONTACT INFO

Name: Ms. Antonia Vietz, Coordinator for Incoming Exchange Students
Email: incomings@rwth-aachen.de

附件:RWTH-AachenUniversity

斯图加特大学


University of Stuttgart

斯图尔特大学9

The University of Stuttgart is situated in the middle of a highly dynamic economic region with a worldwide reputation for excellence in the fields of mobile and information technology, production, process engineering as well as in life sciences. The University of Stuttgart was founded in 1829, at the beginning of the industrial age in Europe, and has celebrated its 175-th anniversary in 2004. The cooperation between technical, physical and human sciences has always been an advantage of the University of Stuttgart. Today the university is a modern, achievement-orientated institution with a comprehensive range of subjects and a focus on technical and physical disciplines. The maxim is not only „job-qualification“, but “technology, knowledge and education for people“, as the motto of the University of Stuttgart says.

Website of University: http://www.uni-stuttgart.de/home/index.en.html
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.ia.uni-stuttgart.de/internat/studierende/index.en.html

ABOUT COURSE

1 Credit = depending on faculty
1 Course= depending on faculty1 Credit = depending on faculty
1 Course= depending on faculty
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 6 courses
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 8 courses
Course Finder Website: http://www.ia.uni-stuttgart.de/internat/bewerber/master/index.en.html

APPLICATION

1. DEADLINES

Summer Semester: November 1
Winter Semester: May 1

2. REQUIREMENTS

Students must provide a proof of German proficiency which corresponds to at least A 2 and consent to participate in the intensive German course at the Universität Stuttgart (no. 3)
If student’s German is below B1, then the university additionally require a proof of English proficiency of at least B1.

3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Step 1: Registration for the exchange program (Deadline: November 1st)
Step 2: Online application for admission via C@MPUS (Deadline: December 1st)

4. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) Higher education entrance certificate (e.g. secondary school leaving certificate, high school diploma, Gao Kao, baccalauréat)
2) Transcript of records from your home university
3) Proof of German proficiency (obligatory) and proof of English proficiency.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Information will be provided by the IZ after your arrival. If you participate in the intensive German course previous to the lecture period, we strongly recommend you to take out travel health insurance for the period of March or September. (The student health insurance in Germany covers medical fees for visiting a doctor/dentist, hospital expenses and medicines.)

2. ACCOMMODATION

The Office of International Affairs can arrange housing for the visiting program students from overseas in student dorms on request. Further information on how to apply online for student housing will be e-mailed to successful applicants upon receipt of their application. As the allocation of dormitory rooms is done by the Studierendenwerk Stuttgart (organisation managing the dormitories) we do not have any influence concerning the location or the exact price category of the allocated rooms. Prices vary from 240 EUR to 400 EUR. Be aware that your application is binding, should you withdraw less than 30 days before the contract is due to begin, you will have to pay the first month’s rent. Please note: You will have to transfer a deposit in advance; otherwise your dorm room will be cancelled.

3. ESTIMAED LIVING EXPENSES

About 700 EUR/ month
Please refer to the  attached document for detailed information.

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Students from non-EU countries other than mentioned above have to apply for a visa at the German consulate of their home country approximately 6 months previous to their arrival in Stuttgart.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Advisor for Incoming Exchange Students from OVERSEAS
Ms. Margot Schenker
schenker@ia.uni-stuttgart

波恩大学


University of Bonn

波恩大学3

The University of Bonn was founded almost 200 years ago and is considered to be one of Germany’s and indeed Europe’s most important institutes of higher education. As home of learning to over 34,000 students, we enjoy an outstanding reputation both at home and abroad.
The University of Bonn is one of the world’s leading research based Universities and therefore it is no surprise that we operate on an international level. We particularly specialize in the fields of research and teaching and this has led to our evolving into the position of a truly prominent international institution.
Official website:  www.uni-bonn.de
Website for inbound exchange students:  www.studyabroad.uni-bonn.de
School Calendar:  www.studyabroad.uni-bonn.de > Academic Calendar
Spring: Orientation Course begins: March 02; Classes Begin April 11
Fall: Orienttaion Course begins September 7; Classes Begin October 19

ABOUT COURSE

PLACEMENTS

2019-2020 Academic Year: 10

DEADLINE

Spring: November 30
Fall: May 31

REQUIREMENTS

Students from all fields of study can apply after having completed at least 1 year of study at university level.

PROCEDURE

Generally, only applications officially sent by partner institutions of the University of Bonn will be accepted. For the nominated students: Please follow the instructions listed at www.studyabroad.uni-bonn.de > Application

DAILY LIFE

INSURANCE

On Arrival Day we will have a representative of a German insurance company present. We encourage students to sign their health insurance with this public insurance company which will sum up to approx. 80€ per month.

ACCOMMODATION

On – Campus: Approx. costs per month in Euros 200 – 350.00
Off- Campus: Approx. costs per month in Euros 300 – 450.00

LIVING EXPENSE

Approx. costs per month in Euros 600-750.00

VISA

We have an appointment at the Immigration Office after the arrival of all exchange students and assist students with the documents. Visa Application Fee is approx. 100-130€.

SCHOLARSHIP

For information on scholarships, please check the following link: http://www3.uni-bonn.de/studium/studium-in-bonn-fuer-internationale-studierende/betreuung-auslaendischer-studierender/scholarships-for-bachelor-state-exam-diploma-and-master-programs

CONTACT INFORMATION

Name: Christina Timpernagel
Email: timpernagel@uni-bonn.de

项目信息

海德堡大学


Heidelberg University

海德堡大学7

Heidelberg University sees itself as a research university with a strong international orientation. Besides enhancing its disciplinary strengths, the University places special emphasis on maintaining the dialogue across traditional subject boundaries.

Website of University: http://www.uni-heidelberg.de/index_e.html
Website for inbound exchange students:http://www.uniheidelberg.de/courses/prospective/admission_int/guide/online_guide_index.html
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://www.uni-heidelberg.de/courses/date/dates.html

ABOUT COURSE

A full-time course load amounts to 30 ECTS per semester.
The Faculty of Medicine is not open to exchange students.
Limited access to English taught MA Courses (admission needs to be negotiated with the relevant department on individual basis).
Exchange students have a relatively free choice in selecting the classes they want to take. Information on the courses offered in the following semester is published online a few months before the lecture period starts at: http://lsf.uni-heidelberg.de/

APPLICATION

1. REQUIREMENTS

Students should have good academic standing.
As the majority of course at Heidelberg University are taught in German students are required to have a solid command of German (at least level B 2!)

2. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1) Application form for admission as an exchange student
2) Application form for housing (if desired)
3) Application form for admission to the preparatory German language course (if participation is desired)
4) Transcripts

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Health insurance is compulsory for all Heidelberg University students. Students must either have sufficient insurance from their country of residence or take out health insurance in Germany. We strongly recommend that students purchase as some policies from home may not cover all situations or may only reimburse for the amount that a procedure or treatment would have cost at home. Student health insurance in Germany is rather cheap (it costs about E 470 per semester) and includes visits to the doctor and dentist, prescription medicine, hospital treatment (excluding a small basic charge) and some therapeutic treatments.

2. ACCOMMODATION

Student residences at Heidelberg University are administered by the Studentenwerk, an independent organisation providing various services to the student population. The International Office cooperates closely with the Studentenwerk and tries to secure rooms in student residences for international exchange students coming to Heidelberg. However, there is no guarantee that students can be placed in a dormitory as the number of available rooms is very limited (only 14 per cent of all Heidelberg students can be housed in student residences).
Students usually stay in single rooms sharing kitchen and bathrooms in groups of 2 – 4, or in dormitories with kitchens and bathrooms on each floor. There is also a small number of single apartments available. The residences are located in different parts of the city and very close to public transport. Shopping areas are usually nearby. More detailed information about Studentenwerk student residences (including pictures of each residence) is available on-line at http://www.studentenwerk.uni-heidelberg.de. Exchange students are welcome to suggest their favorite choice of residence but – given the limited availability of rooms – there is limited chance that the Studentenwerk can pay full attention to individual requests. If students choose to stay off-campus, it will be the individual student´s responsibility to make their accommodation arrangements.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

On average, the cost of living and studying in Heidelberg comes to about € 675 – € 800 per month (including rent for a dorm room)

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

All passport holders must apply for a Student Visa at the local German embassy in order to study in Heidelberg

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Exchange Program Coordinator
Tracy Chan (CHAN, Chun-Mei)
cchan@zuv.uni-heidelberg.de

丹麦科技大学


Technical University of Denmark

丹麦科技大学1

It is the vision of DTU that DTU is recognized internationally as a leading university in the areas of technology and the natural sciences and is known for its business-oriented approach, its focus on sustainability and its appealing study environment.

Website of University: http://www.dtu.dk/english
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.dtu.dk/english/Education/Guest-students/Exchange/BSc_and_MSc
Academic calendar: http://www.dtu.dk/english/Education/International-Student-Guide/Studying-at-DTU/Academic-calendar

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 30 ECTS.
1 Course = depends on the course
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 25 ECTS per semester
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: N/A

Student can follow any course offered below PhD-level Many bachelor courses in English.
All graduate courses are in English.
Course Finder Website: http://www.courses.dtu.dk

APPLICATION

1. DEADLINES

Spring semester: 15th October
Fall semester: 1st April

2. REQUIREMENTS

Students should be enrolled in a degree programme at a university when applying and be a graduate or advanced undergraduate student. The minimum requirement is that you have completed university studies in your home country equivalent to the first two years of Danish university studies.

Language requirements
IELTS 6.5
TOEFL internet-based 88
TOEFL paper-based 573
TOEFL computer-based 230
Pearson 59

3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Online Application

4. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) A print of your application form for DTU’s records
2) A certified copy of your transcript of grades from your home university
3) A letter documenting your English language proficiency—e.g. a test result or a letter from your university. Please be advised that the English requirements for full degree MSc students should be taken as a guideline for the level that you have to reach
4) Your Learning Agreement, if you apply to become an Erasmus student.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Danish state will support with health insurance

2. ACCOMMODATION

The housing situation in Denmark is such that there are currently more applicants than rooms available. Consequently, we cannot guarantee accommodation for exchange students who apply for accommodation through DTU. Students will get directions on how to apply in their acceptance letter. More information at:
http://www.dtu.dk/english/education/international-student-guide/for-admitted-students/accommodation

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Approximate living costs / month (total):
DKK 5,250 – 8,180

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

Student will need to pay a fee and processing time may be 60 days. See more information on www.newtodenmark.dk.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

None for incoming exchange students

CONTACT INFORMATION

International Mobility Officer
Mr Jeppe Duus Dolriis
jeddo@adm.dtu.dk

参考附件:DTU factsheet

鲁汶大学


Catholic University of Leuven

鲁汶大学3

Situated in Belgium, in the heart of Western Europe, KU Leuven has been a centre of learning for nearly six centuries. Today, it is Belgium’s largest university and, founded in 1425, one of the oldest and most renowned universities in Europe. As a leading European research university and co-founder of the League of European Research Universities (LERU), KU Leuven offers a wide variety of international master’s programmes, all supported by high-quality, innovative, interdisciplinary research.
Since its founding, KU Leuven has been based in the city that shares its name. Leuven is a pleasant, safe and bustling student town, where centuries-rich history meets cutting-edge science. The university also offers degree programmes at campuses in 11 Belgian cities, including Brussels, Ghent and Antwerp.
Official Website
http://www.kuleuven.be/english
Web site for Inbound exchange student
http://www.kuleuven.be/english/admissions/exchange/application.html

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load:
30 ECTs / semester
Course list:
https://onderwijsaanbod.kuleuven.be/opleidingen/e/index.htm#f=-1,-1,-1

APPLICATION

REQUIREMENTS:

Good academic standing, Depending on exchange program. Please consult with the Faculty.

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS:

http://www.kuleuven.be/english/admissions/lang/lang-test

PROCEDURE:

http://www.kuleuven.be/english/application/

DAILY LIFE

INSURANCE:

http://www.kuleuven.be/english/services/insurances/

ACCOMMODATION:

No on-campus accommodation. Off- campus accommodation:http://www.kuleuven.be/english/studentservices/accommodation

LIVING EXPENSE:

€750 – €900 (rough estimation). This includes study necessities, housing (including rent, heating, water, electricity), meals, clothing (including washing), medical expenses and insurance, others (e.g. recreation, transportation, …).

VISA:

http://www.kuleuven.be/english/admissions/travelling/visa

SCHOLARSHIP:

http://www.kuleuven.be/english/admissions/travelling/visa

CONTACT INFORMATION

Name:Hans Crab, Advisor International Mobility
Email:hans.crab@kuleuven.be

澳大利亚国立大学


 澳大利亚国立大学(The Australian National University),简称ANU,是一所位于澳大利亚首都堪培拉的世界著名公立综合性研究型大学,始建于1946年,是澳大利亚第一所研究型大学,也是环太平洋大学联盟(APRU)、国际研究型大学联盟(IARU)、澳大利亚八校联盟(Group of Eight)、大学天文研究协会(AURA)的成员。它是唯一所由澳大利亚联邦议会创立,全澳唯一享有国立大学资格的最高学府。2019年QS排名24位。

课程相关

交换生至少要选择4门课程。

课程介绍参见:http://programsandcourses.anu.edu.au/
具体课程设置及要求以每年发布的交换生招生页为准

申请要求

1. 语言要求

雅思:6.5分以上且每个部分不低于6分;

托福:80分或570分以上
https://policies.anu.edu.au/ppl/document/ANUP_000408

2.  申请材料

提名结束后,学生需要上传以下申请材料。并且才开学时,携带原件以供查验。
A. 护照首页彩色复印件;
B. 母校至少一学年的成绩单彩色复印件;
C. 英语水平证书

其他信息

1. 保险

学生必须购买海外学生保险(OSHC),并且在截止日期之前将购买凭证发给ANU。
OSHC仅适用于持学习签证的学生,为学生提供私人医疗服务,涵盖治疗费用。ANU提供的OSHC保险由Allianz Global Assistance提供。

2. 住宿

ANU确保本科交换生可以得到校内住宿。学生需要在截止日期前在线申请。

http://www.anu.edu.au/study/accommodation/how-to- apply-for-student-accommodation

注意:请在提交ANU就读申请后,立即申请宿舍。申请前请详细了解住宿费用、住宿条件、合同日期等信息。

3. 签证

所有交换学生必须申请非学历学习签证(575签证)。更多关于签证的规定请查阅 www.immi.gov.au。

联系信息

ANU 全球项目
Global Programs and Engagement
The Australian National University
Unit 1/25 Childers Street, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
E: studyabroad.info@anu.edu.au (inbound to ANU)
W: anu.edu.au/study
T: +61 2 6125 7857

 

更多信息请访问http://www.anu.edu.au/study/apply/applying-for-exchange-at-anu

新南威尔士大学


新南威尔士大学(The University of New South Wales),简称UNSW,创立于1949年,主校区位于新南威尔士州首府悉尼,是澳大利亚的一所世界顶尖级研究学府,澳大利亚八校联盟成员,也是国际著名研究型大学联盟环太平洋大学联盟、国际科技大学联盟和Universitas 21成员。2020年QS排名为43。

课程相关信息

1学分=25学时

1门课程=6学分

交换生需要选择4门课程

课程相关信息请参见http://www.unsw.edu.au/

其他相关课程信息以每年更新的招生信息为准。

申请

1. 语言要求

https://www.unsw.edu.au/english-requirements-policy

2. 申请步骤

www.international.unsw.edu.au/study/inbound-exchanges/formal-student-exchange/

新南威尔士大学需要在线提交申请。被提名的学生将会收到申请提醒的邮件。邮件中包含申请指南。

学生需要在线提交以下文件,并在入学时携带原件以供查验。
a. 成绩单(有条件的提供英语版);
b. 护照信息页;
c. 英语水平证明(如有)
学生无需打印申请表。提名和学生申请情况将邮件告知学校及学生本人。

其他信息

1. 保险

请参见以下链接https://www.international.unsw.edu.au/study-abroad-at-unsw

具体购买指南会随录取通知书一并发送。

2. 住宿

学生被录取后将收到住宿具体信息。
可参见: www.rc.unsw.edu.au/

3. 预估费用

一学年预计花费AUD $18,000 – AUD $21,000。一学期预计花费AUD $9,000 – AUD $11,000

可参见: www.international.unsw.edu.au/living-sydney/cost-living

注:预估费用不含交通费和其他娱乐性支出。

4. 签证

学生必须申请学习签证。

联系方式

advisor4asia@unsw.edu.au

 

更多信息请访问http://www.international.unsw.edu.au/study/inbound-exchanges/student-exchange/

昆士兰大学


The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia’s leading research and teaching institutions. We strive for excellence through the creation, preservation, transfer and application of knowledge. For more than a century, we have educated and worked with outstanding people to deliver knowledge leadership for a better world.

 

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 8 Units
1 Course = 2 Units normally
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students:6 Units
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 10 Units
NOTE: Clinical Health courses are NOT available to exchange students.
View detail: http://www.uq.edu.au/studyabroad/choosing-courses

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF SEMESTER PLACEMENTS

2019-2020 semester: 8 places

2. DEADLINES

Semester 1 (February – June): 30 September
Semester 2 (July – November): 28 February

3. REQUIREMENTS

You need to meet the following entry requirements to apply for the Study Abroad or Incoming Exchange programs at UQ:

1) Must be nominated by your home institution (exchange students only)
2) Must have completed at least one full-time year of study at an accredited university
3) Must be currently enrolled at an accredited university
4) Must hold average to above-average results in university studies to date
5) Must meet UQ’s English language proficiency requirements
6) Must meet specific course prerequisites for admission into certain courses

Language requirements

1) IELTS Academic: 6.5 overall band, no sub-band requirements
2) TOEFL (Internet-based iBT): 87 overall score, no sub-band requirements
3) TOEFL (Paper-based): 570
4) PTE: 64

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

1) Choose your courses.
2) Download and complete the International Student Application for Study Abroad or Exchange Programs
3) Attach all required documentation, including:
• an up-to-date official academic transcript in English, and
• proof of English language proficiency, if applicable.
• a letter from your home university nominating you for an exchange (exchange students only)
4) Exchange students: Submit your application before the closing date to the Exchange Office at your home institution.
Study abroad students: Submit your application before the closing date to one of the following places:
• UQ’s Study Abroad and Incoming Exchange Office
• your home institution’s Study Abroad Office (if your home institution has a Study Abroad agreement with UQ)
• one of UQ’s authorised representatives.
View detail: http://www.uq.edu.au/studyabroad/how-to-apply

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Students are required to have a valid OSHC policy for the duration of your Student Visa.
View detail: http://www.uq.edu.au/international-students/get-health-cover

2. ACCOMMODATION

UQ Rentals is the primary source of student-focused rental accommodation.
If you are seeking a single room or a whole house, UQ Rentals is the place to look for landlords who understand student needs.
View detail: http://www.uq.edu.au/student-services/accommodation

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

They will vary depending on location, lifestyle and personal choices.
For detailed information, please view http://www.uq.edu.au/international-students/expenses-guide

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

All international students applying to study in Australia must have a student visa unless they have an alternative visa that enables them to study full-time.
For detailed information, please view: http://www.uq.edu.au/international-students/student-visas

CONTACT INFORMATION

Study Abroad and Incoming Exchange Adviser
Irene Hui
k.hui@uq.edu.au
更多信息请参见:http://www.uq.edu.au/studyabroad/

阿德莱德大学


阿德莱德大学1

The University of Adelaide was founded with a noble goal: to prepare for South Australia young leaders shaped by education rather than birth or wealth in a settlement free of old world social and religious inequalities.

Website of university: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/inbound-study-abroad/
Online academic calendar website: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/student/dates/

ABOUT COURSE

A standard full-time workload comprises 12 units (4 courses 100%); however students can elect to take 9 units per semester (3 courses 75%) and will be considered as participating in full-time study.
12 units = 30 ECTS = 15 US credits
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students:9 Units
Maximum course enrolment for exchange students: 6 Units

The University of Adelaide is unable to offer any form of clinical placement.
For detailed information, please view: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/course-outlines/

APPLICATION

1. NUMBER OF PLACEMENTS

2018-2019 Semesters: 8

2. DEADLINES

Nomination
2018 Semester 2: 15 April 2018
2019 Semester 1: 15 October 2018

Application
2018 Semester 2: 1 May 2018
2019 Semester 1: 1 November 2018

3. REQUIREMENTS

A 3.0/4.0 minimum GPA
English:IELTS:6.5 (Writing 6.0, Speaking 6.0, Reading and Listening 6.0)
TOEFL (Internet based)79(Writing 21, Speaking 18, Reading and Listening 13)
CAE (Cambridge English: Advanced) overall score of 176(Writing, Speaking, Reading & Listening 169)

Some courses require higher english language level

more information about language requirements:http://www.adelaide.edu.au/inbound-study-abroad/steps-to-apply/entry

4. APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Nomination → Online Application

5. APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

1) copy of information page of passport
2) official academic transcript (or certified)
3) evidence of English language competency (where appropriate)
4) list of course choice
5) syllabus details are required if courses you have selected from Sciences or Health Sciences and have specific prerequisites.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Please refer to website http://international.adelaide.edu.au/life/visas/healthoshc/ Overseas students health cover : $350 – $370 AUD/Semester

2. ACCOMMODATION

On campus

The Village (25 reserved rooms/single semester) • Urbanest Student Accommodation (75 reserved rooms/single semester) • St Mark’s College (students will be interviewed via phone or skype) • Torrens Valley International Residence (TVIR) Guaranteed for single semster Accommodation Service:http://www.adelaide.edu.au/accommodation/

Off campus

Students can immerse themselves in Australian culture and live with a homestay family. Students also can find their own accommodation in Adelaide as it offers them the opportunity to live independently.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

$6,350 – $8,370 AUD/Semester

4. VISA REQUIREMENTS

University of Adelaide issues Confirmation of Enrolment (cc to home university) which is a required document to obtain a student visa.

5. SCHOLARSHIPS

The Australian Government occasionally offer scholarships to Exchange students. Please contact your home university for more information.

CONTACT INFORMATION

inbound@adelaide.edu.au
附件一:University of Adelaide Fact Sheet 2018

悉尼大学


To help you build a picture of what Sydney University is like, we’ve put together some key facts and figures about the University and its activities – from the number of student enrolments we have to how many sporting clubs are on campus.
Year of foundation: 1850
Student enrolments: 51,394*
Academic staff: 3,350*
Number of alumni worldwide: 270,000
Number of countries represented by student body: 134
Number of student exchange agreements: 286 (in more than 30 countries)
Website of Unviersity: www.sydney.edu.au
Website for inbound exchange students: http://sydney.edu.au/future-students/sydney-abroad/international-students/
Online Academic Calendar: http://sydney.edu.au/about/dates/

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 24 credits
1 Credit =3-8 Class hours
1 Course = 6 Credits
Minimum course enrolment for exchange students: 3 courses
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students: 5 courses
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: Medicine, Detistry, Nursing
Course Finder Website: http://sydney.edu.au/courses/

ABOUT APPLICATION

1. SEMESTER PLACEMENTS

2015-2016 Spring Semester: 2 placements
2016-2017 Academic Year : 2 placements

2. DEADLINE

Spring Semester: November 30
Fall Semester: April 30

3. ELIGIBILITY

To be considered for  Student Exchange Programs you:
a. will normally have completed at least one year of study towards a degree at a recognised institution in your home country and are continuing towards the degree at your home institution (students seeking admission straight from an overseas high school may be eligible under certain conditions);
b. must have achieved a cumulative grade (over all results in your degree) of either ‘Credit’ or ‘Good’ average, or a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 point scale, or an average grade of ‘C’ or better on the European ECTS grading scale (or equivalent);
must have a letter of nomination from your home institution if you are applying for the Exchange Program.

For more details: http://sydney.edu.au/future-students/sydney-abroad/admission/index.shtml

4. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

At the University of Sydney, lectures are taught in English. If this is not your first language you must demonstrate proficiency in English through one of the methods below before your admission can be confirmed.
For more details: http://sydney.edu.au/future-students/sydney-abroad/admission/english-language.shtml

5. PROCEDURE

If you are required to submit the application directly to the University (this includes direct study abroad applicants or exchange students nominated by your home university), you may lodge your application personally via the Online application process.
For more details: http://sydney.edu.au/future-students/sydney-abroad/admission/application.shtml

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

The Australian government requires international students and their families to pay for their own health insurance in Australia through the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) scheme. International Students studying on an Australian Student Visa must have appropriate health insurance for the duration of their studies on a Student Visa through an approved provider of the Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) scheme. This is a requirement of the Australian Government, unless otherwise exempted by the Government.
For more details: http://sydney.edu.au/future-students/sydney-abroad/costs-fees/health-insurance.shtml

2. ACCOMMODATION

Choosing where to live may be one of the biggest decisions you’ll make when starting at university, but it does not need to be daunting, and we offer plenty of help.
We recommend that you read the information from Student Accommodation Services if you are moving to Sydney or getting ready to move into your own place.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Most students spend from $350 to $400 per week.
For more details: http://sydney.edu.au/future-students/services-support/accomodation-living-costs.shtml

4. VISA

Once you have accepted your Unconditional Offer and paid any applicable fees, you will be sent an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE). You will use this to apply for your Australia student visa.
Streamlined visa processing
The Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection has recently introduced streamlined visa processing arrangements for all university courses. Under this arrangement, applicants usually have to supply less evidence resulting in a faster visa application process.
The University of Sydney is registered as a participant for streamlined visa processing. Study Abroad and Exchange students are deemed eligible. For further information about student visa assessment and streamlined visa processing, refer to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website or contact your nearest Australian Immigration Office.
For more details: http://sydney.edu.au/future-students/sydney-abroad/student-visa.shtml

CONTACT INFORMAITON

Kenny Lowe
kenny.lowe@sydney.edu.au

墨尔本大学


墨尔本大学1

Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, learning and teaching and engagement. It’s consistently ranked among the leading universities in the world, with international rankings of world universities placing it as number 1 in Australia and number 33 in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014-2015).
Website of University: http://www.unimelb.edu.au/
Website for inbound exchange students: http://www.mobility.unimelb.edu.au/inbound/
Online Academic Calendar: http://www.unimelb.edu.au/unisec/PDates/acadcale.html#2016

ABOUT COURSE

Full Time Load: 50 points
1 Subject =12.5 points
Maximum subject enrolment for exchagne students:  4 subjects
Course Finder Website: www.unimelb.edu.au/handbook
Certain faculties/graduate schools require special prerequisites and certain study areas are only available through Exchange. More information is available at: www.mobility.unimelb.edu.au/inbound/before-applying/faculty-requirements.html

APPLICATION

1. SEMESTER PLACEMENTS

2015-2016 Spring Semester:
2016-2017 Academic Year:

2. DEADLINE

Spring Semester: 1 November 2015
Fall Semester: 1 April 2016

3. ELIGIBILITY

a. Completion of two semesters of full-time tertiary study outside Australia at the time of entry to the University of Melbourne.
b. Above average results: the equivalent to a minimum ‘C’ average in the European system; or 3.0 grade point average from the North American system.
c. Proof of English language ability.
d. Admission into some subjects requires proof of completion of prerequisites prior to commencing studies at the University of Melbourne and should be supplied as part of the application.

4. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

The language of instruction is English. Applicants can satisfy the English language requirements in a number of
ways. Note that the language requirements for undergraduate students and graduate students are not the same.
Details of the requirements are available at:
www.futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/admissions/entry-requirements/language-requirements.

5. PROCEDURE

Students should apply online at: www.mobility.unimelb.edu.au/inbound/apply/. Student Instruction is available at:
www.mobility.unimelb.edu.au/2016Unimelb_StudentInstructions.pdf
Please note:
a. that “@hotmail.com” email addresses are not accepted due to problems sending and receiving information
from these accounts.
b. while we require students to upload all their supporting documentation into the online application, you
must still send a copy of their transcripts to us by email or fax together with the Nomination form. DO NOT
POST original documents to us unless requested by us at the time.

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

It is an Australian Government requirement that all international students must have health insurance, known as Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), from an approved Australian provider. No Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) documents will be issued until a student has either purchased OSHC through the University of Melbourne or provided evidence of having this purchased such insurance elsewhere.

2. ACCOMMODATION

It is imperative that students organise their housing early. As soon as the admissions application has been submitted, students should begin to organise housing using their Application ID (Student Number).Students who wish to receive assistance to find housing should contact saex-housing@unimelb.edu.au, as there is a University staff member dedicated to helping study abroad and exchange students with this matter.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

For information about current living costs in Melbourne, please see:www.services.unimelb.edu.au/finaid/planning/cost_of_living

4. VISA

Students coming from overseas to study at the University of Melbourne must have a student visa unless they are an Australian or New Zealand citizen. Study Abroad or Exchange students apply for visa sub-class 575, non-award. They can do this once we issue the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). We do not issue this document until students have accepted their offers and met any conditions required.
In addition, the Australian Government has recently introduced a new visa processing arrangement which enables visas to be issued more quickly. In order to do that, students may be required to provide more information to us before we can issue the CoE. The information can be regarding: their health; their capacity to support themselves financially while studying in Australia; their ties to their home country, or country of residence, in order to demonstrate that they will be returning to there at the end of their time in Australia; and whether they have ever been refused an entry visa to a country. We will contact students and/or their agents/representatives if we feel we need to ask these questions.

5. SCHOLARSHIP

N/A

CONTACT INFORMAITON

Alexander Eastwood
studyabroad-exchange@unimelb.edu.au
附件一: Melbourne Fact Sheet
附件二:Inbound Exchange student instructions
附件三:2016-17墨尔本大学网申指南

西澳大利亚大学


The University of Western Australia (UWA) is one of Australia’s leading universities and has an international reputation for excellence in teaching, learning and research.
It has almost 24,000 students enrolled across nine faculties. A model of broad undergraduate studies followed by postgraduate professional qualifications is designed to produce well-rounded graduates, as well as provide additional entry opportunities for a wider range of students.
As Western Australia’s premier university, UWA was equal first overall in Australia based on key measures in the Good Universities Guide 2014 including student demand, graduate outcomes, graduate starting salaries, getting a full-time job and research grants.
The University aims to be counted among the top 50 universities in the world by 2050, and is currently ranked 88th on the Shanghai Jiao-Tong University Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).

ABOUT COURSE

Full time load: 24 Points
1 Unit (Course)= 6 Points
Maximum course enrolment for exchagne students: 4 Units (Courses)
Course Finder Website: http://handbooks.uwa.edu.au/courses
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: Units within the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry are closed, with the exception of the Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Research (as per the agreement). Other courses may be restricted and some units may also be quota restricted.

APPLICATION

1. SEMESTER PLACEMENTS

2018-2019 Semesters: 5 placements

2. DEADLINE

Nomination
Spring Semester: November 30
Fall Semester: April 30
Application
Spring Semester: December 31
Fall Semester: May 15

3. ELIGIBILITY

To study at UWA as an exchange student you should normally:
a. Have completed one semester of tertiary study at a recognised institution
b. Nomination from your home University to participate in the UWA Study Abroad program or by completing the Home University Authorisation form
c. Be in Good Academic Standing at your home University

4. LANUAGE REQUIREMENT

http://www.studyat.uwa.edu.au/undergraduate/requirements/english

5. APPLICATION

Your home university or agent must nominate you for the Study Abroad & Exchange Program at UWA. Once this nomination has been received, you will be sent an email from the UWA Study Abroad Office with advice on how to apply online.
We usually take between one and three weeks to assess your application. You’ll receive formal notification by email.

6. RELATED DOCUMENTS

a. Most recent Official Academic transcript (signed and stamped by home university)
b. All 3 pages of the Application Coversheet (printed from online application and signed)
c. Proposed Study Plan (printed from online application if applicable)
d. Evidence of English Language Competency (signed and stamped by home university, if applicable)
e. Copy of passport (signed and stamped by home university)
f.  Where documents are not in English, a certified English translation must be enclosed with your application

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

All student visa holders must have medical insurance or Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their student visa.
For more details: http://www.studyat.uwa.edu.au/undergraduate/apply/health

2. ACCOMMODATION

This vibrant combination, at the heart of residential college living, adds a valuable dimension to your degree and uniquely defines your time as a UWA student.
The residential colleges St Catherine’s College, St George’s College, St Thomas More College, Trinity and University Hall (formerly Currie Hall) are close-knit communities full of support, friendship and activity and they offer the unique opportunity of a collegial experience.
For more details: http://www.studyat.uwa.edu.au/about/accommodation/college-living

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

The annual cost of living depends on your lifestyle and the type of accommodation you choose, but A$494-$640 per week (A$25,388-$33,280 per year) is generally sufficient for most students to live comfortably. This does not include tuition fees, medical cover, textbooks or airfares.
For more details: http://www.studyat.uwa.edu.au/about/accommodation/costs

4. VISA

http://www.border.gov.au/

CONTACT INFORMATION

Carrie Haloun
carrie.haloun@uwa.edu.au

具体信息请参见:http://www.studyat.uwa.edu.au/study-abroad-and-exchange

莫纳什大学


Monash University was established in Melbourne, Australia in 1958. It is a youthful organisation, enthusiastic, optimistic and accessible. We believe quality education and research can change the world for the better.

ABOUT COURSE

Full Time Load: 18-24 credit points
1 unit = 6 credit points (Some Engineering units are worth four credit points.)

Course Finder Website: http://www.monash.edu/pubs/handbooks

APPLICATION

1. SEMESTER PLACEMENTS

2019-2020 Semesters: 5

2. APPLICATION DEADLINE

Spring Semester one (Feb – Jun): October 1
Fall Semester two (Jul – Nov): March 1

3. ELIGIBILITY

Before you apply to come to Monash on exchange or study abroad, you should check that you meet the following entry requirements. You must:

  • completed at least one full year of study at your home university (variable for postgraduates);
  • achieved a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or weighted average mark (WAM) of 60%, or home university equivalent to a credit average;
  • met the Monash English language requirements; and be nominated by your home university

4. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

All students must satisfy Monash’s minimum English language requirements. The requirements differ depending on the degree level of the units you’re applying to study.
View the English language requirements for: http://www.monash.edu/admissions/english-language-requirements

5. PROCEDURE

Because we have an agreement with your home institution, you need to apply through them. Your exchange office at your home university will help you complete the Monash Abroad application form for incoming students (pdf, 418kb). Included in the form are details about how to apply for on-campus accommodation.

6. APPLICATION RELATED DOCUMENTS

Students must please provide:
a. one official transcript for each university attended (translated into English and certified)
b.copy of passport personal information page
c.english test results (if applicable)
Please note, if applicants do not meet the English language requirements, they may be eligible for a ‘conditional offer’ based on completion of a 10 or 15 week Monash English Bridging Program (MEB),(see page 3).

DAILY LIFE

1. INSURANCE

Under Australian Government visa rules,all exchange students (except those from Belgium, Sweden and Norway) must have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)before they can apply for a student visa.
This health insurance policy provides a safety net for international students,similar to that provided to Australian residents through the Medicare system.It is provided by a private insurance company and arranged by Monash.It covers basic medical, hospital and pharmaceutical costs while students are in Australia and enrolled at Monash.

2. ACCOMMODATION

On-campus accommodation

The Monash Abroad office will email students instructions on how to apply online for on-campus accommodation once they have successfully submitted their exchange or study abroad application; students should not apply directly to Monash Residential Services (MRS).

Off-campus accommodation

Students who choose to live off-campus can receive assistance/advice on searching for rental properties, setting up a share house, things to look out for before they sign a contract, an idea of comparable rental costs, how to budget, and how to get the essentials like internet, gas and electricity connected.

3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES

Information about living costs in Melbourne for international students can be found here. This information is primarily for international students completing full three-year degrees at Monash so there may be some variations for exchange and study abroad students. You can also get an idea of living costs in Melbourne here.

4. VISA

Students will need to complete and return the acceptance declaration in their International Student Course Agreement and receipt of payments where applicable. Monash Abroad will then email an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) form. The eCoE is required to apply for a student visa (subclass 500). It is important, and the students responsibility, to fully understand their obligations and responsibilities when applying for a student visa. Students are advised to not book non-refundable travel until their visa has been issued.

5. SCHOLARSHIP OPPOTUNITY

N/A

CONTACT INFORMATION

Tracy de Silva
tracy.desilva@monash.edu

具体信息请参见:http://www.monash.edu/studyabroad