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

加州大学伯克利分校


UC Berkeley

ucberkeley

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

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

 

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

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

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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

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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

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