What is an Exchange Program?
- Pay tuition and fees to SHSU and a $200 Study Abroad Service Fee
- Attend classes at one of our partner universities
- Receive SHSU credit ("CR" for credit or "NC" for no credit)
- Pay housing & meals to the host university
- Financial Aid can apply & scholarships are available
CLICK HERE for examples of courses that students took at these exchange universities that were approved for SHSU credit.
All the courses at this University are taught in English.
Courses offered: Architecture, Business Administration, Economics, Engineering, Finance, Marketing, Political Science
Fall Semester: October 20-February 7
Spring Semester: March 9-June 13
Spring Semester: Nov. 21
This exchange program is for students who have a B2 (high-intermediate) or higher level of Spanish.
Courses offered: Architecture, Agriculture, Business, Communication, Education, Engineering, Health Sciences,Veterinary Medicine, Social Sciences
Fall Semester: March through July
Spring Semester: August through December
Fall Semester: December 20
Spring Semester: May 30
Take Spanish language courses (no courses are offered in English).
Courses offered in English: Accounting, Architecture, Business Administration, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Law, Marketing, Math
Fall Semester: September-January
Spring Semester: March-July
Application Deadline: March 1-June 15
2) Zhejiang Police College (for Criminal Justice students)
Fall Semester: July 15
Spring Semester: January 15
Courses offered in English:
Education, Humanities, Law, Math, Medicine, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences
Fall Semester: last week of August through December 31
Spring Semester: January 1 through May 31
Fall Semester: April 15
Spring Semester: October 15
8 week Summer program for Agriculture, Food Production & French language. Classes are taught in English. Spend 4 weeks in the classroom (June) and 4 weeks in an internship on a French farm (July).
Application Deadline: March 1
Total Cost: € 2,400 (approx. $3,038) that includes accomodations, food, transportation in France & Spain and insurance.
Not included: airfare & SHSU tuition & fees
This University strongly recommends a one-month intensive German language course (March) for beginners before actual courses start. During the semester, an ongoing Language Course (2 hours per week) for Advanced Beginners is offered. Once again, it is recommended that students participate.
Spring ("Summer") Semester: first of March through end of July (the only semester for courses taught in English)
Spring Semester: November 30
This is a German-Language University only.
Courses offered: Arts, Education, Architecture, Science & Technology
Application Deadline: Fall Semester: June 30 / Spring Semester: Nov. 28
Semester or year-long options available. Wide variety of courses offered in English.
*Note: Students should either have acquired very basic Japanese, (equivalent to Japanese Language Proficiency Test level N5), or are willing to take the level N5 Japanese courses offered by the International Centre at their own expense. Japanese language courses will become compulsory for all students. A level placement test will be given during orientation.
Fall Semester: mid-September until end of January
Spring Semester: first week of April until end of July
For Fall semester: end of May
For Spring semester: end of October
Undergrad & Grad Courses taught in English: Business, Chemistry, Communication, Dance, Engineering, Linguistics, Music, Political Science, Psychology
IMPORTANT: Even if you are not enrolling in courses taught in Spanish, we recommend managing a basic level of survival Spanish.
All students have to complete an online Spanish test in order to comply with the Spanish requirement when applying for courses taught in Spanish; or in order to be placed in the adequate level when applying for Spanish courses. An oral interview will take place during orientation to confirm the correct level. Students wanting to enroll in courses taught in Spanish must comply with a high intermediate level of proficiency in Spanish.
Fall Semester: August-December
Spring Semester: January-May
Fall Semester: May 1st
Spring Semester: Oct. 1st
Courses offered: International Business, Economics, Management, Marketing, European Language/Culture/Marketing, Dutch Language
Fall Semester: first week of September through last week of January
Spring Semester: first week of February through mid July
Fall Semester: May 15
Spring Semester: November 15
Housing Details: Students can only apply for furnished off-campus accomodations with shared bathroom & kitchen facilities. All accomodations are located within 20 minute cycling distance from campus. Rent ranges from € 350 to € 425 per month.
May 15 or Nov. 15 is also the deadline for the housing application.
Fall Semester: begins in late March & ends in July
Spring Semester: begins in mid-August & ends in mid-December
APPLICATION DEADLINES: January 15, 2015 (fall) & June 15, 2015 (spring)
Spanish Language Expectation: It is highly recommended to have a good fluency of Spanish, as almost all courses are taught in Spanish. A few business courses are taught in English.
Special Summer Program: Spanish Program: July 6-24, 2015
The Spanish program in Cusco is for
international students who are interested in
learning or improving their proficiency level
in Spanish in a magnificent environment
considered as one of the top destinations of
the world: Cusco – Macchupichu.
Program Fee: $500
Special Summer Program: Business Program (taught in English): July 6-17, 2015
This 2-week business course offers undergraduate and graduate students a combination of specialized topics related to trade, entrepreneurship and international cooperation from the perspective of a developing country.
Students will examine conceptual questions applied to practical cases in a real-world dimension, with the objective to produce adequate strategies for the international business environment; and will have the opportunity to participate in learning excursions, cultural workshops, and meet people from the entire world in one
of the top destinations of Peru: Cusco.
Program Fee: discounted rate of $700
APPLICATION DEADLINE for summer programs: March 31, 2015
~a Korean Culture course (1 credit hour)
~3 or 4 Elective Courses (choose from courses taught in English-- Literature & Culture, Business & Economics, Political Science, Sociology & History, Education, and Medical Science courses) (3 credit hours each)
~Paid Internship as a Cultural & Language Ambassador (internship is up to 15 hrs. per week) (6 credit hours)
All students must take a full course load which is a minimum of 16 credit hours with a maximum of 19.
Korean Language Courses (optional):
~If students choose to take Korean Language courses, students must take a minimum of 2 language courses (Korean Speaking & Korean Writing).
Fall Semester is late August through mid-December
Spring Semester is early March through mid-June
Fall Semester: April 30
Spring Semester: November 7
Online Application opens Oct. 1 and closes Nov. 7 for spring
~Airfare is reimbursed up to $710 per semester
~Free housing in Global Village dorm, room with Korean student
~Weekly living stipend of $110 weekly
~Books & Supplies: $150
~Health Insurance: $60
~Personal & Recreational Expenses: $1,500
~Tuition & Fees: pay to SHSU
Fall Semester: September 1-December 21
Spring Semester: March 2-June 21
(Orientation for exchange students is on the first day of class).
Fall Semester: May 31
Spring Semester: November 30
Estimated Expenses for One Semester:
Room & Board (16 meals per week): $992
Lunch on campus: $350
Personal Expenses: $600
Kyonggi offers a scholarship for one exchange student.
Scholarship Application Deadline is January 20, 2015
At the undergrad AND Graduate Level and is located in the French-speaking region of Switzerland. All students coming on exchange to UNIL have free access to all courses offered by our School of french as a Foreign Language (EFLE). There are courses available for all levels in french, from total beginners (level A0) to very advanced (level C2).
Undergrad Courses taught in English: Biology, Business & Economics
Graduate Courses taught in English: Arts (English), Biology, Geology, Business & Economics
Fall Semester: mid-September through the first of February
Note: for the School of Arts and School of French students, they can leave in Dec. since there are no final exams.
Spring Semester: mid-February through the end of June
Fall Semester: March 31
Spring Semester: October 15
Lausanne will take care of the room reservations. Students will receive an email from the FMEL once a room has been found (in one of the 8 residences), and will have to accept the offer (with a deadline for this confirmation) and return the contract for the room offered.
Located in the German-speaking region of Switzerland, this university offers a range of courses in English at the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as German Language courses.
Courses taught in English:Biology/Chemistry, Business & Economics, Geography, History, Law, Literature, Political Science, Sociology
Fall Semester: mid-September through end of December
Spring Semester: mid-February through end of May
Fall Semester: May 1st
Spring Semester: October 1st
Undergraduate: Architecture, Arts & Sciences, Business & Economics, Education & Humanities, & Engineering
Graduate: Engineering, Marine Sciences, Math, & Social Sciences
Application Deadline: November 15 for Spring Semester; May 31 for Fall Semester & Year
Academic Calendar:Fall semester is mid-September through the first week of January
Spring Semester is mid-February through the first week of June
Study Abroad Coordinator
Office of International Programs
Farrington Building, Suite 116, Huntsville, TX 77340