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Australien

City: Sydney

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics, Law

Website: www.mq.edu.au

Semester dates (appr): S2 (Autumn) mid Aug - early Dec and S1 (Spring) Mid Feb - End Jun

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, appr one week before semester start

Language course: -

Courses per semester: 3 for post-graduate (master level), 4 for undergraduate (bachelor level)

Credits per semester:

Credit Points
Full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students at Macquarie University study between 30 to 40 credit points per semester:

3 units = 30 credit points
4 units = 40 credit points

30 credit points are accepted as the minimum full- time load per semester and 40 credit points is the maximum that undergraduate and postgraduate students can study per semester.

European credit transfer system
7.5 ECTS = 10 Macquarie University credit points (1 unit/course)
30 ECTS = 40 Macquarie University credit points (or 1 semester – 4 units/Courses) 

Grading system: Australian, from HD (High Distinction) to F (Fail)

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Possible to book through International Office

Former exchange students: Therese Mössler Färdig(Bachelor - Program in Business and Economics), My Svensson (Bachelor of Environmental Science); Hanna Sekander (MSc IIM); Josefin Ericsson(MSc IIM); Agnes FörsthJoesfine Ebba Björling and Annelie Burström (Law)Proof of English language proficiency:

Graduate School students: Certificate issued from the International Office at the School of Business, Economics and Law is sufficient as your program is taught entirely in English.

All other students: Upper Secondary School Grade C/VG in English 6
(not older than 5 years). Exceptions may be made if you have English 7. In this case, please contact Vivian Bissada in the International Office.)

or
TOEFL:
570 (paper based)
83 (internet based)
IELTS: 6.5
or
CAE (Cambridge English: Advanced) Grade C or minimum overall grade of 176 with no score lower than 169 in each section
CPE (Cambridge English: Proficiency) with minimum overall grade of 176 with no score lower than 169 in each section

Course offer: Find a course (please note the following restricted courses are NOT open to exchange students)

Generally, the unit levels are as follows:

Undergraduate level:

1st year UG = 1000 level courses
2nd year UG = 2000 level courses
3rd year UG = 3000 level courses

Post-graduate level: 800 & 900 level Courses

Please note:

S1 is the Spring semester

S2 is the Autumn semester

City: Sydney

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics, Law

Website: www.mq.edu.au

Semester dates (appr): S2 (Autumn) mid Aug - early Dec and S1 (Spring) Mid Feb - End Jun

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, appr one week before semester start

Language course: -

Courses per semester: 3 for post-graduate (master level), 4 for undergraduate (bachelor level)

Credits per semester:

Credit Points
Full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students at Macquarie University study between 30 to 40 credit points per semester:

3 units = 30 credit points
4 units = 40 credit points

30 credit points are accepted as the minimum full- time load per semester and 40 credit points is the maximum that undergraduate and postgraduate students can study per semester.

European credit transfer system
7.5 ECTS = 10 Macquarie University credit points (1 unit/course)
30 ECTS = 40 Macquarie University credit points (or 1 semester – 4 units/Courses) 

Grading system: Australian, from HD (High Distinction) to F (Fail)

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Possible to book through International Office

Former exchange students: Therese Mössler Färdig(Bachelor - Program in Business and Economics), My Svensson (Bachelor of Environmental Science); Hanna Sekander (MSc IIM); Josefin Ericsson(MSc IIM); Agnes FörsthJoesfine Ebba Björling and Annelie Burström (Law)Proof of English language proficiency:

Graduate School students: Certificate issued from the International Office at the School of Business, Economics and Law is sufficient as your program is taught entirely in English.

All other students: Upper Secondary School Grade C/VG in English 6
(not older than 5 years). Exceptions may be made if you have English 7. In this case, please contact Vivian Bissada in the International Office.)

or
TOEFL:
570 (paper based)
83 (internet based)
IELTS: 6.5
or
CAE (Cambridge English: Advanced) Grade C or minimum overall grade of 176 with no score lower than 169 in each section
CPE (Cambridge English: Proficiency) with minimum overall grade of 176 with no score lower than 169 in each section

Course offer: Find a course (please note the following restricted courses are NOT open to exchange students)

Generally, the unit levels are as follows:

Undergraduate level:

1st year UG = 1000 level courses
2nd year UG = 2000 level courses
3rd year UG = 3000 level courses

Post-graduate level: 800 & 900 level Courses

Please note:

S1 is the Spring semester

S2 is the Autumn semester

City: Sydney

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics, Law

Website: www.mq.edu.au

Semester dates (appr): S2 (Autumn) mid Aug - early Dec and S1 (Spring) Mid Feb - End Jun

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, appr one week before semester start

Language course: -

Courses per semester: 3 for post-graduate (master level), 4 for undergraduate (bachelor level)

Credits per semester:

Credit Points
Full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students at Macquarie University study between 30 to 40 credit points per semester:

3 units = 30 credit points
4 units = 40 credit points

30 credit points are accepted as the minimum full- time load per semester and 40 credit points is the maximum that undergraduate and postgraduate students can study per semester.

European credit transfer system
7.5 ECTS = 10 Macquarie University credit points (1 unit/course)
30 ECTS = 40 Macquarie University credit points (or 1 semester – 4 units/Courses) 

Grading system: Australian, from HD (High Distinction) to F (Fail)

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Possible to book through International Office

Former exchange students: Therese Mössler Färdig(Bachelor - Program in Business and Economics), My Svensson (Bachelor of Environmental Science); Hanna Sekander (MSc IIM); Josefin Ericsson(MSc IIM); Agnes FörsthJoesfine Ebba Björling and Annelie Burström (Law)Proof of English language proficiency:

Graduate School students: Certificate issued from the International Office at the School of Business, Economics and Law is sufficient as your program is taught entirely in English.

All other students: Upper Secondary School Grade C/VG in English 6
(not older than 5 years). Exceptions may be made if you have English 7. In this case, please contact Vivian Bissada in the International Office.)

or
TOEFL:
570 (paper based)
83 (internet based)
IELTS: 6.5
or
CAE (Cambridge English: Advanced) Grade C or minimum overall grade of 176 with no score lower than 169 in each section
CPE (Cambridge English: Proficiency) with minimum overall grade of 176 with no score lower than 169 in each section

Course offer: Find a course (please note the following restricted courses are NOT open to exchange students)

Generally, the unit levels are as follows:

Undergraduate level:

1st year UG = 1000 level courses
2nd year UG = 2000 level courses
3rd year UG = 3000 level courses

Post-graduate level: 800 & 900 level Courses

Please note:

S1 is the Spring semester

S2 is the Autumn semester

Brasilien

City: São Paolo

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.insper.edu.br

Semester dates:

Undergraduate: Aug - Dec, Feb - Jun
Graduate: Jul - Oct, Oct - Dec, Jan - Apr, Apr - Jul

Exam period: At the end of each course

Introduction programmme: Yes

Language course: Portuguese crash course free of charge (spots are limited)

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: 30 credits
One INSPER course equals to 6 ECTS

Grading system: 0 - 10 (5 is approved)

Teaching languange: English and Portuguese (undergraduate)
Portuguese (graduate)

Accommodation: The School does not offer accommodation, but help to find private housing

Other: Former exchange students:Emelie Steen AuneJenifer Reina

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required. For master studies, a B2 level in Portuguese is required.

Course offer: Undergraduate courses in EnglishCourse syllabi

Chile

City: Santiago

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.uchile.cl

Semester dates (appr): Jul - Dec, Mar - Jul

Exam period: In the middle and in the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: -

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: 30 (1 chilean credit is equal to 1 ECTS)

Grading system: 1 - 7 (4 is pass)

Teaching language: Spanish and English (bachelor level), Spanish (master level)

Accommodation: Help is offered to find private accommodation

Former exchange students: Johanna SelenHannes Larsson

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required for bachelor level.
For master level students must show proof of B2 level in Spanish

Course offer: Undergraduate courses - autumn semester
Graduate courses (only Spanish)

Indien

City: Bangalore

Level: M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.iimb.ernet.in

Semester dates (appr): Jun - Aug, Sep - Nov, Dec - Feb Short terms 

Exam period: Middle and end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: No

Courses per semester: 4 - 5

Credits per semester: 15-21 credits per semester, 3 credits equals to 4 hp/hec

Grading system: A - I

Teaching language: Engelska

Accommodation: Students live on campus

Former exchange students: Ebba Hällin OlssonKristina Landström (MSc IIM), Ida Söderlund (MSc IBT) 

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required. Courses are taught in the English language only.

Course offer: Courses are offered during the spring and fall terms. Courses offered vary from year to year. Course offerings depend upon the number of students opting for a course.  

IIMB opens their compulsory courses in the following areas to exchange students:

 Financial Management
 Marketing Management
 Corporate Strategy and Policy
 Human Resources Management and Organizational Behaviour
 Production and Operations Management
 Quantitative Methods and Information Systems
 Economic and Social Sciences
 NSRCEL (Entrepreneurial courses)

Note: Exchange students are allowed to take one or two courses
offered by the Post Graduate Programme in Enterprise Management

NOTE: The final list of the courses for the new academic year will be finalized before the course bidding.

Other useful information and links: This is IIMB (YouTube promotional video)

IIMB has just launched a new initiative “ATHITHI” (Guest), an initiative wherein international exchange students will have the opportunity of staying for a weekend (Sat and Sun) at an IIMB alumni’s home during their term. This would help students experience the Indian way of life in a safe and secure environment. This immersive experience adds immense value to a better understanding of the context of education and an appreciation of diverse cultures. These experiences have the power of transforming people, breaking stereotyping and building empathy amongst participants. 

City: Gurgaon

Level: M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.ansaluniversity.edu.in

Semester dates: Aug - Dec, Jan - May

Exam period: At end of each semester

Introduction program: The orientation of new students may be arranged in August 

Language course: 

Courses per semester: 

Credits per semester: 

Grading system: A - F

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Hostel facility is available on campus and off campus

Israel

City: Herzliya (Tel Aviv)

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: studyabroad.idc.ac.il

Semester dates (appr): Oct - Feb, Mar - Jul (exam period excluded)

Exam period: After each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, one week before semester start

Language course: Yes. During the semester and free of charge

Courses per semester: 6-9 courses

Credits per semester: 21 credits equals to 30hp

Grading system: 0-100 where 60 is pass

Teaching language: English and Hebrew

Accommodation: Housing department offers help

Possible to book IDC Campus Housing on a first-come, first-served basis

Former exchange students: Alexander LjunghKarl DerehagMelissa Mühlrad

Proof of English language proficiency: No English test is required

Course offer: Course handbook

Japan

City: Kobe

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: www.kobe-u.ac.jp

Exchange study information - outbound 

 

City: Kyoto

Level: B

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.doshisha.ac.jp

Exchange study information - outbound 

 

City: Kyoto

Level: M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business 

Website: http://gmba.doshisha.ac.jp/ 

Exchange study information - outbound 

City: Osaka

Level: B

Programme: Bilateralt

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.osaka-ue.ac.jp

Exchange study information - outbound 

City: Sapporo

Level: B

Programme: Bilateral, Double Degree Program with Msc in Economics

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.hokudai.ac.jp

Exchange study information - outbound 

City: Tokyo

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics, Law

Website: www.keio.ac.jp

Exchange study information - outbound 

City: Tokyo

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics (UG), Economics, Finance (G) - Limited courses available in Business at master level. Law (G)

Website: www.waseda.jphttps://www.waseda.jp/inst/cie/en/exchange (Information for exchange students)

Exchange study information - outbound 

Kanada

City: Kingston

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: www.business.queensu.ca

Semester dates (appr): Sep - Dec, Jan - Apr

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, one week before semester start (mandatory)             

Language course: -

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: 9 - 15. Each course gives 3 credits. 
3 credits is equal to 7.5 ECTS

Grading system: Canadian, A+ - F

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: On-campus residence is available

Former exchange students: Julia Wennberg         

Other: Exchange students have to purchase mandatory insurance, appr USD 240.00

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: The MIB exchange programme is offered only in the spring semester and only open to second year master students.

The Bachelor exchange programme is open both fall and spring semester - Open to bachelor students

City: Montréal

Level: B

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.hec.ca

Semester dates (appr): Aug - Dec, Jan - Apr

Exam period: In the middle and in the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes, one week before semester start

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: 15 credits

Grading system: Canadian, 0 - 4,3 (E - A)

Teaching language: French and English (courses are also available in Spanish and Chinese)

Accommodation: On-campus residence hall is available on a first-come, first-served basis

Other: Incoming exchange students are required to purchase a health insurance, $ 355 CA for one semester.

Former exchange students: Julia CarlssonMax LagrellMikael GripJulia Ewel

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offerCourse list for exchange students

City: St. Catharines

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: brocku.ca/businessExchange webpage

Semester dates: Sep-Dec, Jan-Apr

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Mandatory orientation session

Language course: -

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: 30

Grading system: 0 - 100 / F - A

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: On campus residence is available, apply in time

Former exchange students: Udani Petersson (MSc Marketing and Consumption); Louise Thörn (MSc Logistics); Madeleine HjalberOscar HanssonKristina Båth (Bachelor of Science in Busness and Economics)

Other: Purchase of University Health Insurance Plan is mandatory (Appr 230 CAD)

Proof of English language proficiency:

Undergraduate: 88 on TOEFL ibt or 6.5 on IELTS or certificate from an instructor or international office coordinator that can verify student's ability to study in English.

Graduate: No poof of English proficiency required if you currently study in English.

Course offer: Undergraduate Courses: Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, General Management, Entrepreneurship, International Business, Information Systems, Operations Management

MBA Course listing: Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management

City: Vancouver

Level: B

Program: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Finance

Website: Main website: www.beedie.sfu.ca, For exchange students: www.sfu.ca/students/exchange

Semester dates (approx.): For actual term dates visit: www.sfu.ca/students/calendar/

Fall Term:
Classes: Early September – Early December (13 weeks)
Spring Term:
Classes: Early January – Early April (13 weeks) 

Exam period:

Fall Exams: Early December – Mid December (2 weeks)

Spring Exams: Early April – Mid April (2 weeks)

Introduction program:

Fall: Late August
Spring: Early January

- Exchange and Study Abroad Orientation (free; mandatory for all students)

- Welcome Event (optional, there may be a small cost for orientation)

Please visit this link on SFU's Orientation programming for more information.

Language course: SFU’s “Student Learning Commons” operates a variety of programs and resources for students who speak English as an additional language.
Full information on English language resources can be found through SFU’s Centre for English Language Learning, Teaching and Research 

Courses per semester:

UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

Recommended enrollment for exchange and study abroad students: 9 – 12 units (normally 3 or 4 courses)

Minimum enrollment for full-time status: 9 units (normally 3 courses) “Full course load”: 15 units (normally 4 or 5 courses) Maximum enrollment possible: 18 units (normally 5 or 6 courses) – NOT RECOMMENDED

Credits per semester: 9 - 15 corresponding to 30 credits (HP) per semester. Please see individual course information and level requirements above.

Grading system: Grading scale

Teaching languange: English

Accommodation: On-campus accommodation is not guaranteed, however the school will provide assistance.

On-campus housing

Off-campus housing

Former exchange students: No former students. New partner (Autumn 2020)

Proof of English language proficiency: Students must meet one of the following criteria. (“Undergraduate” refers to student's desired level of study at SFU, not their level study of study at their home institution.)

Completion of the IELTS - Academic with the minimum following scores:
Undergraduates: overall band score of 6.5 with no part less than 6.0.
Graduates: overall band score of 7.0 with no part less than 6.5.
Document accepted: Official IELTS - Academic test score

OR

Completion of TOEFL iBT with the minimum following scores (we can accept TOEFL PBT as well; please contact us for minimum scores):
Undergraduates: overall score of 88 or better with a minimum score of 20 in each of the four components.

Document accepted: Official TOEFL iBT test score

OTHER TESTING OPTIONS:

- Completion of the Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) with an overall minimum score of 70, with no part less than 60. Document accepted: Official CAEL test score.

- Completion of the Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) with an overall minimum score of 65, with no part less than 60.Document accepted: Official PTE Academic test score.

- Completion of a three unit* post-secondary level academic English course with a minimum grade of C-. Document accepted: Official Transcript (course outline may also be needed) *3 SFU units are equivalent to 6 ECTS credit points. 

Course offer: Courses for exchange students. Please note that some subjects and courses have restrictions for inbound exchange/study abroad students.

Please see these information on course restrictions here.

At the time of application, students will list their preferred courses on their online application.

Undergraduate students must submit a minimum of 8 courses that will be offered in their first term (they will take 3-5 courses). NOTE: Undergraduate courses are numbered 100-400.

International Services for Students (ISS) will notify students if more course options are needed after they are admitted.

SFU does its best to accommodate course requests, but cannot guarantee access to specific courses.

The Beedie School of Business will manually enroll students in courses for their first term at SFU approximately 2 months in advance of the term. Students will receive more information about this by email.

Other:

New for Autumn 2020!

AACSB and EQUIS accredited

"SFU is currently ranked as Canada’s #1 comprehensive university – a position we have held for 10 out of the past 11 years (Macleans 2019 University Rankings)."

https://bestbizschools.aacsb.edu/school-search/s/simon-fraser-university-beedie-school-of-business 

City: Victoria, British Columbia

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: www.uvic.ca

Semester dates (appr): Sep - Dec, Jan - Apr

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Mandatory orientation, one week before the semester starts

Language course: Exchange students are offered to take "Business English"

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: One course is 1.5 units. 7,5 units is full study load

Grading system: Canadian, A - F

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: On-campus housing in Uvic residences is avilable on a "first-come-first-served" basis

Former exchange students: Jessica MalmströmWilliam Ulrich-Häreblad

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required for bachelor level.
Note that the MBA level is no longer open to our Master students.

Course offer: Course Outlines Fall

Course Outlines Spring

Other: Mandatory Temporary Medical Insurance (MTMI) for all exchange students, $262 (CAD). Paid upon arrival.

Kenya

City: Nairobi

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics, Law

Website: Law: law-school.uonbi.ac.ke
Economics: economics.uonbi.ac.ke  
Business: business.uonbi.ac.ke

Semester dates (appr): Sep/Oct - Dec/Jan, Jan - Apr

Exam period: In the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course:  Courses per semester:4 courses (business and economics)
2-4 courses (law)

Credits per semester: 45 contact hours per course

Grading system: A - E (D is pass)

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Student accommodation avavilable, located on a first come, first served basis.

Other: All incoming exchange students have to pay:
Pupils Pass - US$ 30.00 
Facilitation - US$ 16.00
Registration - US$ 53.00
Total US$ 145.00

Former exchange studentsMelanie NorinJorunn Göransson

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Kina

City: Beijing

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: http://en.sem.bjtu.edu.cn/

Semester dates (appr): Sep - Dec, Feb - Jun

Exam period: According to each course schedule

Introduction programme: Yes, Orientation Week one week before semester start

Language course: Yes, six levels, free of charge

Courses per semester: Each course is worth 2-3 credits.

Credits per semester: 15 credits
0,5 credits = 1 ECTS

Grading system: A - D

Teaching language: Chinese and English

Accommodation: On-campus dormitory available

Former exchange students: Selma Mohamed HashiSumit Sharma

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Courses offered in English

Course list Spring 2020

City: Chengdu

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: www.swufe.edu.cn

Semester dates (appr): Sep - Jan, Feb - Jun

Exam period: At the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Credits per semester: 1 SWUFE credits = 2,5 ECTS (HP)
12 SWUFE credits = 30 ECTS (HP)

Grading system: 

Teaching language: Mandarin and English

Accommodation: On-campus accommodation is avilable

Former exchange students: Linnéa LavénKelly ChungHanna Bratic

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer:

Course list autumn
Course list autumn electives
Course list spring
Course list spring electives

City: Hangzhou

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.zju.edu.cn

Semester dates (appr): Sep-Jan, Feb-Jun

Exam period: At the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 4

Credits per semester: 15

Grading system: Chinese 0-100 (60 is pass)

Teaching language: Mandarin and English (limited offer)

Accommodation: On-campus accommodation is offered

Former exchange students: Rebecca SkogsénGusten Lindkvister

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Course offer

City: Hong Kong

Level: B

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Logistics, Economics

Website:  www.cityu.edu.hk/international/exchange.htm

Semester dates (appr): Aug-Dec, Jan-Maj www6.cityu.edu.hk/arro/ac_calendar.asp

Exam period: End of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: 15 credits

Grading system: www.cityu.edu.hk/arro/exam1/

Teaching language: English, Mandarin, Cantonese 

Accommodation: On-campus Hall of Residence is available http://www.cityu.edu.hk/sro 

Former exchange students: Alexander BlombergSusanna FokKevin Wang

Proof of English language proficiency: TOEFL ITP 550 or IELTS 6.5

Course offer: Undergraduate course offer (Fall)
Undergraduate course offer (Spring)

City: Hong Kong

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://intl.hkbu.edu.hk/

Semester dates (appr): Sep - Dec, Jan - May

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes - last week of August/First week of January

Language course: Credit-bearing Mandarin and Cantonese courses for non-Chinese speakers

Courses per semester: 4-6

Credits per semester: 12-18

Grading system: A - F

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: On-campus Student Halls available on a first-come-first-served basis

Former Exchange Students: New agreement

Proof of English language proficiency: TOEFL 550 (paper-based)/80 (internet-based) or IELTS 6.0

Course offer: Courses available to Exchange Students 

Other: Administration fee (including visa application): HK$1,650 has to be paid by all incoming exchange students.

City: Hong Kong

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: www.polyu.edu.hk

Semester dates (appr): Aug-Dec, Jan-May

Exam period: At the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: 15 credits

Grading system: A+ - F

Teaching language: English, Mandarin, Cantonese

Accommodation: Exchange students are guaranteed a place at PolyU's Student Halls of Residence

Former exchange students: Niclas HjertqvistAstrid Seeman

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: See "Faculty of Business" under Available programmes

City: Shanghai

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: www.essca.fr

Semester dates: Sep - Dec, Jan - Jun

Exam period: At the end each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes, mandarin

Courses per semester: Appr 5 (fixed course package)

Credits per semester: 30

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: Engelska

Accommodation: Possible to book through ESAI Shanghai

Other: Fixed course package including language course, company visits etc.

Former exchange students: Felix HäggqvistOlivia WidénJacob Carlsson

Proof of English language proficiency: TOEFL 550
or
Certificate from professor (Form provided by International Office)

Course offer: Course offer and program information


Exchange Studies Report

ESSCA Shanghai, Autumn 2018

ESSCA Shanghai, Autumn 2018

City: Shanghai

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.acem.sjtu.edu.cn

Semester dates (appr): Sep - Jan, Mar - Jun

Exam period: Continously during the semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Normally 6. Each course is worth 2-3 credits.

Credits per semester: 12 credits

Grading system: A - D

Teaching language: Mandarin and English

Accommodation: Help is offered to find accommodation 

Former exchange students: Philip MaxénErik Andreasson Joel Hellgren

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Master courses fall semester

City: Shanghai

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: http://sem.tongji.edu.cn/semen/

Semester dates (appr): Sep - Jan, Feb - Jul

Exam period: In the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, a couple of days before semester start

Language course: 

Courses per semester: 

Credits per semester: 

Grading system: 0 - 100 (Fail to Excellent)

Teaching language: English and Chinese

Accommodation: On-campus dorm rooms are avilable to exchange students

Former exchange students: 

Proof of English language proficiency: Choose one - for non-native speakers of English:

TOEFL 79, IELTS 6.5, GMAT 600, GRE 1250 (V+Q), Or other equivalent score

Course offer: Undergraduate course list

Graduate course list

City: Suzhou

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: business

Website: www.skema.edu/campus/suzhou/

Semester dates (appr): Sep-Dec, Jan-May (depends on the level) 

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: -

Courses per semester: Depends on the level

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Possible to reserve student housing

Korea

City: Seoul

Level: M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: mba.yonsei.ac.kr 

Semester dates (appr): Module 1: Sep – Oct (8 w)
Module 2: Nov – Dec (8 w)
Module 3: Mar – Apr (8 w)
Module 4: Apr – Jun (8 w)

Exam period: At the end of each module

The Yonsei Global MBA consists of 8 modules

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 8 credits per module

Credits per semester: 1 credit = 2 ECTS
1.5 Credits = 24 Class Hours

Grading system: A+ - F

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Rooms in the on-campus dormitory ‘SK Global House’ are available on a first-come, first-served basis

Former exchange students: Albin Gustavsson

Proof of English language proficiency: Minimum TOEFL CBT 250/iBT 100 or equivalent

English proficiency proof is waived for students studying their degree in English

Course offer: See Yonsei Global MBA Exchange Program Fact Sheet

Malaysia

City: Bangi

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.ukm.my

Semester dates: Sep-Jan, Feb-Jul

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes; first week of Sep/Feb

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 4 courses à 3-4 credits
1 credit = 2,5 hp

Credits per semester: 12 credits

Grading system: 

Teaching language: Malay and English

Accommodation: Possible to book accommodation on-campus

Former exchange students: Alina ErlandssonEmilia MilojkovicJohanna Dahlqvist

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer:

Bachelor

Master

Mexiko

City: Mexico DF and other locations

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Logistics, Economics

Website: www.ebc.mx

Semester dates (appr): Aug-Dec, Feb-Jun

Exam period: Middle and end of the semester 

Introduction programme: Three days in the beginning of the semester

Language course: Yes, in the beginning of the semester

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: Hours instead of credits. One course equals to three teaching hours per week. 

Grading system: 5 - 10 (A - F)

Teaching language: Spanish and English

Accommodation: Possible to book through the School

Former exchange students: Natalie SjölanderDaniel Karlsson

Other: Campuses in Mexico City, Chiapas, Mérida, Querétaro, San Luis Potosi, León, Pachuca, Tlalnepantla and Toluca. Students can freely chose campus.
Purchase of Health Insurance (around 160 euro) is mandatory.

Proof of language proficiency: Spanish level B1 is required for undergraduate students, for master students Spanish C1 or C2

Course offer: Please see Programmes and Courses

Peru

City: Lima

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics, Finance

Website: www.up.edu.pe

Semester dates (appr): Jul - Dec, Mar - Jul

Exam period: One in the middle (mid-terms) and one in the end (finals)

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes, starts two weeks before semester start

Courses per semester: Credits per semester:10 UP credits.
1 UP credit is equal to 3 hp/ECTS

Grading system:  

Teaching language: 

Bachelor level: Spanish and English. Some knowledge in Spanish is required, even if you only take courses in English.
Master level: All courses are taught in Spanish

Accommodation: The International Office will assist in finding accomodation in a student house (privately run dorms), in a family home or in a rented apartment). 

Former exchange students: August Schelin

Proof of English language proficiency:

For bachelor: B2 level for courses taught in Spanish, or 90 TOEFL/6.5 IELTS for courses in English. Any document that certifies the language proficiency in any of these two languages is accepted and it must be less than 2 years old from the application date.
For graduate: C1 level in Spanish is required. Take into account that the graduate programs are offered in Spanish and take place on weekends.

Course offer: Courses

Singapore

City: Singapore

Level: B

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics, Law, Logistics

Website: www.smu.edu.sg

Semester dates: Aug-Dec , (end of) Dec-Apr

Exam period: Middle and end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes, mandatory

Language course: -

Courses per semester: 4 courses

Credits per semester: 1 credit course = 39 teaching hours

Grading system: A - F

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: SMU Hostel available

Other: "Miscellaneous Fee" of appr $250 has to be paid by all incoming exchange students

Former exchange students: Madelene Grundelius

Proof of English language proficiency: Passed Upper Secondary School English 6
(starting from fall 2020) or other Official English Language Certificates

Course offer: Course catalogue Class search

Tanzania

City: Dar es Salaam

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: www.udbs.udsm.ac.tz

Semester dates (appr): Nov-Mar, Mar-Jul       

Exam period: 

Introduction programme: To be announced a few days before the semester starts

Language course: Kiswahili language course is offered

Credits per semester: 12 credits (full time workload)

Grading system: A-E

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Is handled by the Student Housing Services

Former exchange students: Natalie Goldshmidt

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Available programmes

Thailand

City: Bangkok

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: inter.tbs.tu.ac.th

Semester dates (appr): Aug - Dec, Jan - May

Exam period: At the end of each course

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: Undergraduate level: 15 credits
Graduate level: 12 credits

Grading system: 0 - 100 and A - F

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Help is offered to book private accommodation

Former exchange students: Elias DavidssonAlice EliassonDaniela Skogström

Proof of English language proficiency: TOEFL – 79 on the TOEFL iBT or 550 on the paper-based exam

or

IELTS – 6.5 on the academic module

or

Equivalent certificate issued by School of Business, Economics and Law's International Office:

1) Proof of successful completion of English 6 (upper secondary school "gymnasiet") or

2) equivalent, such as Cambridge Test minimum 162 

Course offer: Bachelor in Business Administration

Master in Marketing

Master in Finance

Turkiet

City: Ankara

Level: B

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.metu.edu.tr

Semester dates (appr): Sep-Jan, Feb-Jun

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, around one week before semester start

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Normally 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: A-F

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: On-campus accommodation is offered to all incoming exchange students

Former exchange students: Joel Arif Gökdemir Perkhed (BA - Program in Business and Economics)

Proof of English language proficiency: No English language test is required

Course offer: Program Course Details   Courses

USA

City: Columbia, South Carolina 

Level: B

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, economics

Website: http://www.sc.edu/

Semester dates (appr): Fall Semester: August – December Spring Semester: January – May

Exam period: Fall Semester: December Spring Semester: May

Introduction programme: 1 week – dates vary by term

Language course: 

Courses per semester: 4 - 5

Credits per semester: 12 - 15 

Grading system: A, B, C, D, F (A = Excellent; F = Fail)

Teaching language: English 

Accommodation: Exchange students are required to live on campus. Housing is guranteed, but preferences are not. 

http://www.sc.edu/about/offices_and_divisions/housing/residence-halls/

Proof of English language proficiency: English-proficiency official scores from one of the following:
TEOFL – 600 paper-based exam, 100 internet based exam
IELTS - 7.0 

Course offer: Course offering

Other useful information: Exchange students will be required to pay a $200 non-degree seeking student fee. No other fees are required. Additional health insurance may required while in the US.

City: Raleigh, North Carolina

Level: B*/M

*Third Year Bachelor only

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business

Website: https://www.skema.edu/campus/raleigh-campus

Semester dates (appr): Sep-Dec, Jan-May (depends on the level)

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: -

Courses per semester: Depends on the level

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Possible to reserve student housing

Former exchange students: Not applicable - new agreement

Proof of English language proficiency: TOEFL or IELTS (exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis. Please contact Vivian Bissada (International Office)

Course offer:

Master courses only (NOTE: 3rd year Bachelor students may take courses at the Master 1 level of the Grand Ecole Programme).

Study modules at Raleigh:

Master 1: Advanced Business Management Module
Master 1: Global Business Development Module
Master 2: International Business Doing Business in America
Master 2: Financial Markets & Investments 

Other useful information:

Social - The students in the Skema courses are mostly french and knowledge of french in the social setting is a plus. It is therefore recommended by previous students to get involved with activities and organizations  (sports organizations, special interests clubs, etc) at the main North Carolina State university campus where the student body is represented by more domestic and international students.

Application and visa processes to universities in the US are quite time consuming and complex. We encourage only those who are seriously interested to apply to reduce the risk of taking a place from students who are willing to make the effort. We have been provided with very helpful information to simplfy the process and students who have been on exchange at Skema have returned very pleased with their experience.

Former exchange students: Gustav Hakegård (MSc Managment); Martin Ericsson (Bachelor - Program of Business and Economics, Analytics) 

Vietnam

City: Ha Noi

Level: B

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: english.ftu.edu.vn

Semester dates (appr): Aug - Dec, Jan - Jun

Possible to stay half semester (approximately Oct - Dec or April - June)

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 4

Credits per semester: 12

Grading system: A - F and 0 - 10

Teaching language: English and Vietnamese

Accommodation: Student dormitory or Student Village is available. Rent from USD 50 - 250 per month.

Other: Exchange students are charged an academic service fee of USD 100

Former exchange students: Alice HolmbergRuben Strandberg

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Undergraduate and graduate course lists