Exchange Programs

Semester Study Abroad

 

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Study Abroad Programs

UAFS maintains strong partnerships with 19 institutions in six countries. UAFS students and faculty will have opporutnities to visit and study at those partner instiutions. Fort the complete list of UAFS Global Partners, click here.

 

Study Abroad Application Form

Exchange programs:

Through an established exchange program, you pay your normal tuition at UAFS and enroll directly in classes, share housing with local students, and become a regular member of the host university community. You pay room (and if applicable, board) and fees directly to the host university. The International Programs Office of the host university will be available to you as a support structure. Exchanges are a less expensive study abroad alternative because you pay your normal tuition at UAFS and tuition based scholarships are applicable. Because there are limited spots for each exchange, a GPA of 2.5 or higher is required for application to an exchange program and selection is competitive.
 

Study Application due dates:

Applying for UAFS Study Abroad Programs

  1. Complete Study Abroad Questionnaire
  2. Meet with International Office staff at Vines 106
  3. After #2, submit Study Abroad Application Form, UAFS official transcript, and a copy of your passport
  4. Visit with UAFS Financial Aid office
  5. Visit with your academic advisor
  6. Finalize your study abroad details
  7. Purchase airplane tickets
  8. Purchase travel insurance

1. University of Ulsan (South Korea)

  • UOU at a glance
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  • Korean Language Programs
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  • Ulsan International Program: UIP is an international summer program designed for foreign students who want to learn Korean culture, history, society, business as well as Korean language. The program consists of a broad range of classes and excursions. Participants visit a wide variety of historical and cultural sites around Ulsan and other cities in Korea. On top of them, the program includes field trips to industrial complexes as well.
    During 4 weeks, participants experience many different aspects of Korea such as sitting on the floor during meals and sleeping on the floor at night. We recommend that participants famihtfloze themmenves with Korean culture by surfing the Internet and making Korean friends at home to better prepare for life in Ulsan. For those who are less tolerable toward other culture, the UIP is a splendid experience to broaden their views. The program includes a one-night stay at a Buddhist temple and a four-day visit to Seoul; presidential place, Asan hospital of the UOU medical school(arguably the largest in the world), DMZ, and etc.
     
  • Exchange students from UAFS study at the UOU for one or two semesters as non-degree/exchange students. It is designed for foreign students who want to learn Korean culture, history, society, business as well as Korean language. The program consists of a broad range of classes and excursions. Participants visit a wide variety of historical and cultural sites around Ulsan and other cities in Korea. On top of them, the program includes field trips to industrial complexes as well.

    For more information: http://en.ulsan.ac.kr/contents/academics/programs/exchange/

2. Bunkyo University (Japan)

3. Aichi Gakuin University (Japan)

4. Ritumeikan University (Japan)

5. Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong)

 
6. Gifu University (Japan)

7.  Universidad de la Frontera (Chile)

      

 

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