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Australien

City: Sydney

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics, Law

Website: www.mq.edu.au

Exchange studies information - outbound

 

Belgien

City: Antwerp

Level: B

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Economics

Website: https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/

Exchange study information – outbound

City: Brussels

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: business, economics

Website: www.solvay.edu                                 

Exchange study information – outbound

City: Leuven/Brussels/Antwerp

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.kuleuven.be/english/

Exchange study information – outbound

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)

Danmark

City: Århus

Level: B/M

Programme: Norek and Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.asb.dk

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

Exam period: In the middle and end of each semester

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

Courses per semester: 3-6

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: -3 to 12

Teaching language: Danish and English

Accommodation: Possible to book through the School

Former exchange students: Kristine Åsblom

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Course offer School of Business

City: Copenhagen

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.cbs.dk

Semester dates: Aug - Dec/Jan, Jan - June

Exam period: At the end of the semester Dec/Jan, May/June

Introduction programme: Mandatory introduction a couple of days before semester start

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 4

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Possible to book through International Office

Former exchange students: Hanne Camilla Semb

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Undergraduate course offerGraduate course offer

Finland

City: Helsingfors

Level: B/M

Programme: Norek / Erasmus

Study field: Business, Logistics, Economics

Website: www.aalto.fi

Semester dates (appr): Sep-Jan, Jan- Maj

Exam period: End of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes, at the beginning of the semester

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 4 - 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: Finnish and English

Accommodation: Possible to book through the university

Former exchange students: Carlos Salomon Figueroa

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Course search

City: Helsinki

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus and Norek

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.hanken.fi

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

Exam period: At the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes, mandatory. A couple of days before the semester start

Language course: Yes, Swedish and Finnish

Courses per semester: 4-5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: Swedish and English

Accommodation: Student accommodation is provided on a first-come first-served basis.

Former exchange students: Valerio FuscoJesper Karlsson

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

Course offer: Hanken Course Search

Frankrike

City: Angers

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.essca.fr/en/international

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

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

Language course: Yes, French

Courses per semester: 5-10

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: French and English

Accommodation: Reservation is made through the School

Proof of English language proficiency: For the programmes taught in English, we strongly recommend that non-native English speakers or students not taking their home university degree in English provide a TOEFL score of 550 or equivalent or have an English
professor or academic authority complete the English language certificate
attesting to a minimum of B2 according to the CEFR assessment grid

Course offer: Course catalogue and syllabus

City: Lille/Nice

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.edhec.edu/en

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Approx. 8 (small courses) 

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: French 0-20

Teaching language: French and English

Accommodation: Help to find private accommodation 

Other: Edhec is triple accredited

Former exchange students Nice: Andreas GegerfeltFelix LjungströmJohan AtterholmPhilip DufwaAlfred Rydsmo (Bachelor Program in Business and Economics);Kristofer HeinlHanna Lönnqvist , Hugo Olofsson(MSc Finance)

Former exchange students Lille: Joar Petersson (Bachelor - Program in Business and Economics), Carl Lindberg (MSc Finance)

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: 

Fact Sheet with course list: https://www.edhec.edu/sites/myedhec/files/Factsheet2019.pdf

Lille: Business Management track

Nice: Finance Track

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

Master Level: Master Level 2 (only)

City: Lille / Sophia Antipolis (Antibes nära Nice) / Paris

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.skema.edu

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: One week before semester start

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Around 10 - 15 (depends on the programme)

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: French and English

Accommodation: Help to find private accommodation

Former exchange students: Ingrid Andelid Hjort (MSc Finance, Paris); Emilia Djerv (MSc Management, Sophia Antipolis); Hampus Mann (Bachelor Business and Economics, Sophia Antipolis); Louise Wendel (MSc Management, Sophia Antipolis)

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Master/Graduate (Grande Ecole)*, Bachelor/Undergraduate

Third year Bachelor students may take courses at the Master 1 level of the Grand Ecole Programme.

City: Paris

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business or Economics or Law (not possible to mix) 

Website: https://www.u-paris2.fr/fr

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

Exam period: At the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Appr. 4

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: French (0-20) and ECTS

Teaching language: Only French. Good knowledge is required.

Accommodation: Help to find accommodation. Useful site: www.ciup.fr

Former exchange students: Alice Nordman, Bachelor of Business Administration; Clara von Corswant and Karolina Rondahl, Master of Law 

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required, B2 level in French is recommended according to CEFR self-assessment grid

Course offer: Courses (in French only)

City: Rouen, Reims

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.neoma-bs.com/en/

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: At the beginning of the semester, combined with a French language intensive session

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 5-6

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: French, 0-20

Teaching language: French and English

Accommodation: On-campus and Off-campus housing is available on a first-come, first-served basis

Former exchange students: Martin Ejresjö (MSc Marketing) 

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Course catalogue

Grekland

City: Athens

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.aueb.gr/en

Semester dates (appr): 
Fall: End Sept to early Feb (incl. exams),
Spring: Early Feb to mid June (incl. exams)

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Welcome week before the semester start

Language course: Yes, free of charge during the semester

Courses per semester: Appr 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS and Greek

Teaching language: English and Greek

Accommodation: Offered through "StayInAthens"

Former exchange students: Miguel Madureira Palm (European Studies), Lea Walbrodt (MSc Marketing)

Proof of English language proficiency: Certificate of B2 level proficiency - in accordance with the CEFR  - by the International Office, may be required by the partner school once you have been nominated.

Course offer: Courses in English

Indien

City: Bangalore

Level: M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.iimb.ac.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

Irland

Programme: Erasmus

Level: B

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.ul.ie/

Exchange study information – outbound

Island

City: Reykjavik

Level: B/M

Programme: Norek (Business and Economics) Nordplus (Law)

Study field: Business, Economics, Law 

Website: www.reykjavikuniversity.is

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: Icelandic and English

Accommodation: Help is offered, students are however encouraged to search on their own as the offer is very limited

Former exchange students: Sara Kallhed

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Course catalogue

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

Italien

City: Florence

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.unifi.it/changelang-eng.htmlExchange information

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: -

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Coures are worth 3, 6, 9 or 12 CFU

Credits per semester: 30 CFU (Equals to 30 ECTS)

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: English and Italian

Accommodation: Some help to find accommodation is offered.

Former exchange students: Ella Almius Cederstav (MSc Marketing; Kajsa Andersson (MSc IIM); Mattias Ohrn (Single Subject Course - non degree) Proof of English language proficiency:

No language test is required.

To study in Italian (for non-native speakers) a B1 level in ITALIAN is required

To study in English a B2 in ENGLISH is recommended.

More information

Course offer: Courses English (both levels)

Courses in English for bachelor/undergraduate students who fulfill the requirements 

NOTE to undergraduate students: Upper-level bachelor students may take courses at the master/graduate level only if they fulfill the prerequisites for the course.

City: Milan

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics, Law

Website: www.unibocconi.it

Semester dates (appr):  Sep - Dec, Feb - May. Academic calendar

Exam period: At the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes, appr one week before semester start

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Normally 4

Credits per semester: 30

Grading system: ECTS and Italian

Teaching language: English and Italian

Accommodation:

University Housing: places are limited and assigned on a first-come-first-served basis. Carefully read the “How to apply” section available at www.ir.unibocconi.eu/housingisd If interested, students are required to apply for housing during the online application for the exchange program. A security deposit is needed for the application to be processed.

Students are encouraged to reserve early!

Private Housing: students are responsible for securing their own accommodation

Housing costs: range between 500€ (for a shared bedroom in private apartments) and 900€ per month

Other: Early exams (before Christmas) are normally arranged for exchange students

Former exchange students: Veronica Jansson (MSc Mgmt), Ebba Aronsson (Bachelor - Program in Business and Economics); Wang Yancheng (MSc Economics); Johanna Dahlkvist (MSc IIM), Linn Svensson (Law); Susanna Hellström (Bachelor - Program in Business and Economics); Jonathan Berggren (MSc IIM), Sam Gharakhani (MSc Marketing and Consumption); Max Sundgren (MSc IIM)

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Educational offer

City: Rome

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.luiss.edu/

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes, free of charge

Courses per semester: 3 are recommended

Credits per semester: 24

The average workload for Luiss students is about 30 ECTS credits per semester, including language Courses.

Incoming students are advised not to take more than 24 credits if they do not stay for the full examination period and leave in December.

Three or four courses per semester are the average workload for full-time study, depending on the year of study and level.

Grading system: Italian (0-30, where 18 is pass)

Teaching language: Italian and English

Accommodation: Off-campus rooms in private apartments with other students

Other: Early exams (before Christmas) are normally arranged for exchange students

Former exchange students: Sara Arnhjort and Mattias Johansson (MSc IIM), Anna Linnea Kähler (MSc Marketing); Lisa Petersson (Bachelor Program in Business and Economics) 

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Courses in English for Erasmus

City: Rome

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Finance (incl. DDP), Economics (incl. DDP), Business

Website: https://economia.uniroma2.it/en/def

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Welcome Day

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Normally 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Italian and ECTS

Teaching language: Italian and English

Accommodation: Help to find private accommodation

Former exchange students: Jesper Karlsson (MSc Finance - Double Degree); Martin Södling (MSc Finance - Double Degree); Mathilda Keino (MSc Finance), Ana Botorce (MSc Finance - Double Degree); Joakim Phung (MSc Finance - Double Degree)

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Master Courses in English

Other useful info: Information for incoming students

City: Siena 

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics, Finance

Website: https://en.unisi.it/

Link for exchange stduents: http://en.unisi.it/international/international-exchange-students

Semester dates (appr.)

Autumn (1st semester)
End September - mid January

Spring (2nd semester)
End February - mid June

Examination period: mid January to end February (including 1 re-sit opportunity)
Examination period: mid June to end July (including 1 re-sit opportunity)

Introduction programme: Welcome Week prior to lecture start

Language Course: The University of Siena offers two kinds of Italian language courses:
Intensive language courses before the semester starts
In September for 1st semester students
In February for 2nd semester students
Extensive language courses during the semester
In October/November for 1st semester students
In March/April for 2nd semester students

They "strongly recommend students to attend the Intensive Italian language course held before the semester starts (September or February) in order to avoid possible overlap with classes at the departments of the University".

For further information:
http://en.unisi.it/international/general-information-students/italian-language-courses-0 

Courses per semester: 4 - 6 (courses can vary in credit value ranging from 6 to 12 CFU (HP/ECTS) 

Credits per semester: 30 CFU (ECTS)

Grading system: Italian and ECTS

Teaching language: Italian and English

Accommodation: University housing granted on a first come, first served basis.

Former exchange students: Not appicable. New agreement Autumn 2020

Proof of English language proficiency: Minimum B1 recommended according to the CEFR scale.

 Course offer: https://segreteriaonline.unisi.it/
Students can look here for each module, using the menu on the right column. For each module the following information is provided: the name of the Professor, the number of ECTS credits, the semester,a description of the module and the content, a link to the timetable (as soon as it is available).

 Other information: New exchange opportunity for Autumn 2020!

Japan

City: Kyoto

Level: B

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.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/M

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: 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: 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:

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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: 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


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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

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 City (DF)

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Economics, Law

Website: www.cide.edu

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

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

Introduction programme: Orientation before classes begin

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Undergraduate students are expected to take four or five courses per semester. CIDE graduate students are expected to take three courses per semester.

Credits per semester: Courses are not counted in credits but hours. One course normally consists of three lecture hours per week.

Grading system: Mexican, 0 - 10 (6 is pass)

Teaching language: All undergraduate and master's courses are taught in Spanish.

Accommodation: CIDE has no on-campus housing. Exchange students are assisted by the International Office in finding housing for their stay.

Former exchange students: Madelene SpencerAnna Pernevall

Proof of language proficiency: Minimum B1 level in Spanish to take any subject.

Course offer: Bachelor in Economics

Bachelor in Law

Master in Administration and Public Policy

Master in Economics (note that a very high level of numerical and quantitative economics is required)

Master in Environmental Economics

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

Nederländerna

City: Amsterdam

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.vu.nl

Exchange study information – outbound

City: Maastricht

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.maastrichtuniversity.nl

Exchange study information – outbound

City: Rotterdam

Level: B

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Economics

Website: www.eur.nl

Exchange study information – outbound

City: Wageningen 

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: NOTE - Environmental Sciences 

Website: https://www.wur.nl/en/wageningen-university.htm

Exchange study information – outbound

Norge

City: Bergen

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.nhh.no

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, one week

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 4

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: Norwegian and English

Accommodation: Room in student residence is available

Former exchange students: Said LahianiJohannes Beyers Louw

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: See Incoming Exchange

City: Oslo

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.bi.no

Semester dates: Aug - Dec, Jan - Jun

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Master courses are normally worth 6 ECTS, while bachelor courses are worth 7,5 ECTS

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: English and Norwegian

Accommodation: Yes, Housing Guarantee

Former exchange students: Emma ÅkerlindEfstathios Sidiropoulos

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: See Incoming Exchange

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

Polen

City: Warsaw

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics, Law

Website: https://www.kozminski.edu.pl/en/

Semester dates (appr): Sep - Feb and Feb - Jun

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, approx. one week before semester start

Language course: Yes, Polish

Credits per semester: 30 - 37 ECTS

Grading system: ECTS

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Help to find private accommodation

Former exchange students: Nina Pirooz (Law); Viktor Paulsson (MSc IIM)
 

Proof of English language proficiency: If offered a spot, a letter certifying that you have B2 level of English is required for the partner school. This can be obtained from the International Office prior to nomination.

Other accepted Certificates are: FCE, IELTS, TOEFL 

Graduate School students: are not required to provide proof of English proficiency.

Course offer: Courses in English

Portugal

City: Lisbon

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.clsbe.lisboa.ucp.ptExchange web page

Semester dates (appr):

Autumn - beginning September to end December; Spring - end January to end May

Note! Only master students who are required by their program to return home early for academic reasons can be nominated for a half semester (trimester/14 ECTS*) to Católica Lisbon

Trimester dates:
Autumn

1) beginning of September to end October

2) end October to end December

Spring

3) end January to end March

4) beginning April to end May

Exam period: At the end of the trimester/semester

Introduction programme: Yes, mandatory Welcome Week one week before semester start

Language course: Yes. A Portuguese language course for exchange students is provided via the faculty of Human Sciences. The course is offered ever y semester, starting at the beg inning of September and February. There is an intensive and an extensive course, and full details on costs will be sent by email to all nominated students.

Courses per semester: max 8 per semester/ max 4 per trimester (master students only)

Credits per semester:

Bachelor students: Max 28 ECTS* per semester

Master students: Max 28 ECTS* per semester (1 semester = 2 trimesters). For MSc programs allowing an exchange for only a half semester/1 trimester = maximum of 14 ECTS*. Trimester 1 & 2 are in the autumn and 3 & 4 in the spring. 

*NOTE: A Portuguese language course worth 1.5 ECTS (and offered by their Department of Humanities) can - in some cases - be accepted for credit by your program. Please contact your student counsellor to inquire about their requirements. The cost for this course is approximately 2500 SEK and only offered in term 1 and 3.

Grading system: Portuguese 0-20 (10 is pass)

Teaching language: English and Portuguese

Accommodation: Help to find private accommodation

Former exchange students: Fredrika Dahlberg (MSc IIM), Alva Berntsson (MSc IBT); Alexander Ivarsson (MSc IIM); Måns Svenler (MSc Marketing and Consumption)

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Bachelor Courses

Master Courses

City: Lisbon

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: wwww.novasbe.unl.pt

Semester dates (appr):

Sep - Jan, Feb - Jun (undergraduate)
Sep - Dec, Jan - May (graduate)

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, the day before semester start

Language course: Yes, free of charge

Courses per semester: Normally 4

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Portuguese 0-20

Teaching language: English and Portuguese

Accommodation: Help to find private accommodation

Other: The school is tripple accredited

Former exchange students: Ida Lönnfält (MSc IIM); Christian Vigmo (MSc IIM); Henrik Assarsson (Bachelor - Program in Business and Economics); David Eliasson (Bachelor - Program in Business and Economics)  

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Undergraduate courses Graduate courses

Ryssland

City: Moscow

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: business, economics

Website: https://www.rea.ru/en/pages/default.aspx

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, appr one week before semester start

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 7-8

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Russian, 2-5

Teaching language: Russian and English

Accommodation: Dormitory on-campus

Former exchange students: Robin Olsson(MSc Management); Anastasios Naos(MSc Management)

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Course offer (2017/2018)

Schweiz

City: St. Gallen

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Business, Economics, Law

Website: www.unisg.ch

Exchange study information – outbound

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

Slovenien

City: Ljubljana

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics                                           

Website: http://www.ef.uni-lj.si/en

Semester dates (appr):

Autumn: Oct - Jan (in most cases exams can be taken earlier to accommodate students needing to be back for semester start in January)

Spring: Feb -Jul (in most cases exams can be arranged earlier for exchange students)

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes, appr one week before semester start

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Slovenian 5-10 and ECTS

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Student Dormitories available on a “first come first serve” basis. Help to find private accommodation.

Former exchange students: Hannah Carlsson (Bachelor - Program in Business and Economics); Sebastian Andersson (single subject courses)

Proof of English language proficiency: Submit the Language Certificate with CEFR scale or Submit TOEFL score of 79 (IBT) or IELTS score of 6

Course offer: Course catalogue

Spanien

City: Barcelona

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.ub.es

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Catalan, free of charge. Spanish at a cost.

Courses per semester: Normally 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Spanish (0-10) and ECTS

Teaching language: Catalan, Spanish and English

Accommodation: Help is offered to book accommodation,
however it is easily found on your own.

Former exchange students: Nathalie SilvolaSara ArnhjortFrancesco Miretti Ellinor Joelsson

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: List of courses - Academic year 2018/2019

City: Bilbao (Campus Bilbao-Sarriko)

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.ehu.es

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: Normally 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Spanish, 0 - 10

Teaching language: Spanish and English

Accommodation: Help to find private accommodation

Former exchange students: Carolina AgersborgIsabelle DanielssonMattias Lönn

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Courses in English

City: Granada

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.ugr.es

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: Orientation week before semester start

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester:Normally 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Spanish (0-10) and ECTS

Teaching language: Spanish, and a small offer in English

Accommodation: Help is offered to find private accommodation

Former exchange students: Pietro Politi Gobato

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer:

Course list All programmes

Courses in English

City: Madrid

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.upcomillas.es 

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

Exam period: End of each semester

Introduction programme: Yes

Language course:  Yes

Courses per semester: Normally 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Spanish, 0 - 10

Teaching language: Spanish and English

Accommodation: Help is offered to find private accommodation

Other: Autumn semester finishes before the spring semester starts here

Former exchange students: Carl Hallin, Fabian EideOlle Hammarlund

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer:

Courses autumn semester
Courses spring semester

City: Madrid

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.ucm.es

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme:

Language course: Yes, before semester start

Courses per semester: Normally five

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Spanish (0-10) and ECTS

Teaching language: Spanish and English

Accommodation: Help is offered but normally it is easy to search by yourself

Former exchange students: Di ZhangHilda KlingvallCajsa HolmGustav Ekman

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer: Business Administration

Economics

City: Salamanca

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics, Law, HG

Website: www.usal.es

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

Exam period: At the end of each semester

Introduction programme: -

Language course: Yes, during the semester.

Courses per semester: Normally 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Spanish, 0-10

Teaching language: Spanish

Accommodation: Help is offered to find private accommodation

Former exchange students: Sara KarlssonErik Ahlm

Proof of language proficiency: A minimum level of B1 in Spanish is recommended, although no language test is required.

Course offer: Course descriptions

City: San Sebastián

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.deusto.es

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

Exam period: In the end of the semester

Introduction programme: Yes, one day

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: normally 5

Credits per semester: 30 ECTS

Grading system: Spanish, 0 - 10

Teaching language: Spanish and English

Accommodation: Help to find private accommodation

Other: Autumn semester finishes before the spring semester begins here.

Former exchange students: Irma Weberg EkelundBeatrice SörbyAlexandra Kjöllerström

Proof of English language proficiency: No language test is required

Course offer:

BSc in Business Administration English and Spanish. 4th year equals to master level.
BSc in Business Administration 
Spanish
All courses in English

Course list 2020-21

Storbrittannien

City: Norwich 

Level: B

Programme: Erasmus 

Study field: Business, Economics 

Website: https://www.uea.ac.uk/ 

Exchange study information – outbound

Thailand

City: Bangkok

Level: B/M

Programme: Bilateral

Study field: Economics

Website: http://www.econ.tu.ac.th/index.php?lang=en

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

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

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

Language course: Yes

Courses per semester: 3 - 5

Credits per semester: 9 - 15

Grading system: 0 - 100 and A - F

Teaching language: English

Accommodation: Help to book private accommodation

Former exchange students: New agreement from 2019/2020

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

Course offer: Course offer

Turkiet

City: Ankara

Level: B

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.metu.edu.tr

Exchange study information – outbound

Tyskland

City: Berlin

Level: B

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.fu-berlin.de

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City: Cologne

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: www.uni-koeln.de

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City: Frankfurt

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: business, economics, finance

Website: www2.uni-frankfurt.de

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City: Oestrich-Winkel: EBS Business School
Wiesbaden: EBS Law School

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics, Law Note: Law courses  only available in autumn

Website: https://www.ebs.edu/en

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City: Vallendar

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: Business, Economics

Website: https://www.whu.edu/

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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

Österrike 

City: Innsbruck

Level: B/M

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: business, economics

Website: https://www.uibk.ac.at/

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City: Vienna

Level: B

Programme: Erasmus

Study field: business, economics

Website: https://www.wu.ac.at/en/

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