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。
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。
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. 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。
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。
优秀学员奖项：颁发Best Presentation Award和最佳影视制片奖。
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。
- 在柏林工业大学网站申请 https://www.registrierung-online.info/tubs/uni/wu2020.html。
- 空间技术Space Technology (ST)
- 自然科学Natural Sciences (NSE)
- 信息技术Information Technologies (IT)
- 土木工程Civil Engineering(CE)
- 能源技术Energy Technology(ET)
- 数字技术Digital Technology(DT)
- 商务管理Business and Management(BM)
- 俄语学习Russian Studies (RS)
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)
Civil Engineering (5 ECTS)
Digital Construction (5 ECTS)
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)
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)
Registration for 9 Technology, Science and Management programs
– 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.
项目宣传信息：SPBSTU Winter School 2020
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；
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：firstname.lastname@example.org
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）
The University of Warwick
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。
Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU)
Ms. Elizaveta Sukhova
Far Eastern Federal University
Inbound Exchange Coordinator
Ms. Nadezhda Ogai
Tel.: +7 -423-265-24-24 (ex. 2209)
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.
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.
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 email@example.com
University of Oxford
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）。
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。
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。
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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。
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。
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。
University of Nottingham
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
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/
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)
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
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/
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
University of Birmingham
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
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
http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/studyabroad/incoming-students.aspx (Use ‘English Lanuage Requirement’ section.)
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.
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
Name: Neil Driscoll
University College London
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
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.
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 email@example.com
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.
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
5. SCHOLARSHIP OPPOTUNITY
University of Cambridge
Lent Term: Mid Jan –Mid Mar
3、1 student in the Lent term
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。
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.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Website of university: http://www.kth.se/
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
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:
If you wish to contact them please use: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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:
Restricted Programs and other academic requirements: Please note that for most courses there are specialeligibility requirementswhich are determined bythe departments.
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.
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)
View details : http://www.kammarkollegiet.se/english/insurance
Housing is guaranteed for students applying through a university-wide agreement/network except for students from the Nordic countries.
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
University of Amsterdam
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.
Website for inbound exchange students:
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
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
Spring Semester: 15 September
Fall Semester: 1 April
Spring semester: 1 October
Summer semester: Depends on the course. http://www.uva.nl/summerschool
Fall semester: 15 April
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
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
Insurance is required
The UvA guarantees accommodation for Global Exchange students applying before the ‘early bird’ deadline. www.uva.nl/housing
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
Name:Mr. Guido de Wilde
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.
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
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
1. NUMBER OF SEMESTER PLACEMENTS
To be comfirmed every year
Spring semester: Mid-October Autumn semester: End of April
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.
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.
Compulsory Sécurité sociale fees at registration
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
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/)
Only for degree seeking students : http://formation.sciences-po.fr/en/contenu/the-emile-boutmy-scholarship
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
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/
Level B1 (according to the CECR) is strongly recommended:
Students must fulfill specific English and/or French language requirements according to the chosen study scheme.
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/
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.
INSA Lyon provides accommodation on-campus for all exchange students: 300€ to 550 €
INSA Lyon’s restaurants are opened 7 days a week (except Saturday evening and Sunday morning)
Stay ≤ 6 months – Residence permit is not required & Financial help for accommodation (“CAF”) cannotbe provided
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
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
Students should get nomination through the exchange coordinator.
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
German health insurance recommended; travel insurance will not be accepted.
3. ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES
750,00 Euro per month
4. VISA REQUIREMENTS
Students can consult German Embassy / Consulate General in Shanghai
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/
The Coordinator of Overseas Programs
Mr. Wolfgang HEINTZ
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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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
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)
Summer: December 1st; Nomination deadline: November 15th
Winter: June 1st, nomination deadline May 15th
Students must be currently enrolled at home university and get nomination.
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)
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.
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.
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.
Coordinator for Incoming Overseas Students
Konstanz University of Applied Sciences
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.
Website for inbound exchange students:
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
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)
Special Exchange Programs: Bodensee Summer School in August
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.
German health insurance obligatory for all students (we will help students to purchase a German health insurance during the Orientation Program)
On – Campus accommodation is guaranteed, 250-350 Euro per month
Off- Campus : 300-400 Euro per month
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
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
Technische Universität München
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/
Summer: April – September
Winter: October – March
Online Academic Calendar Website: http://www.tum.de/en/studies/application-and-acceptance/dates-and-deadlines/
Summer: 31st of October
Winter: 15st of May
Nomination -> Online Application
Course Enrollment for Exchange Students: 20 ECTS credits recommended
Course Finder Website: https://campus.tum.de/tumonline/webnav.ini
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.
ESTIMATED LIVING EXPENSES
Approx 1,000-1650 per semester
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.
In case we cannot offer a room due to high demand, we will send out an email in July (for summer term）
Name: Juan Guo-Prasch
RWTH Aachen University
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.
Website for incoming exchange student:
Special Exchange Programs (summer opportunities)
Spring Semester: 20
Spring: March 31st
Fall: November 30th
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
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
Name: Ms. Antonia Vietz, Coordinator for Incoming Exchange Students
University of Stuttgart
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
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
Summer Semester: November 1
Winter Semester: May 1
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.
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.)
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.
Advisor for Incoming Exchange Students from OVERSEAS
Ms. Margot Schenker
University of Bonn
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
2019-2020 Academic Year: 10
Spring: November 30
Fall: May 31
Students from all fields of study can apply after having completed at least 1 year of study at university level.
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
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.
On – Campus: Approx. costs per month in Euros 200 – 350.00
Off- Campus: Approx. costs per month in Euros 300 – 450.00
Approx. costs per month in Euros 600-750.00
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€.
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
Name: Christina Timpernagel
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
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/
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
2) Application form for housing (if desired)
3) Application form for admission to the preparatory German language course (if participation is desired)
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.
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
Exchange Program Coordinator
Tracy Chan (CHAN, Chun-Mei)
Technical University of Denmark
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
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
Spring semester: 15th October
Fall semester: 1st April
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.
TOEFL internet-based 88
TOEFL paper-based 573
TOEFL computer-based 230
3. APPLICATION PROCEDURES
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.
Danish state will support with health insurance
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:
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.
None for incoming exchange students
International Mobility Officer
Mr Jeppe Duus Dolriis
Catholic University of Leuven
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.
Web site for Inbound exchange student
Full time load:
30 ECTs / semester
Good academic standing, Depending on exchange program. Please consult with the Faculty.
No on-campus accommodation. Off- campus accommodation:http://www.kuleuven.be/english/studentservices/accommodation
€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, …).
Name:Hans Crab, Advisor International Mobility