UT partner universities

 

The table below shows the partner universities with whom UT has active student exchange agreements. Click on the partner university to check the application information and competition terms and conditions.

 General information about the application process

 

Australia

UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE
Programme: 
Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (July-Dec and/or Feb-June)
Target group: Bachelor's and Master's level students; info about study fields and courses: Areas of study;
Restricted areas of study: exhcange students cannot take courses in dentistry and medicine; in addition some other faculties and graduate schools have specific requirements and restrictions: Faculty specific requirements and restrictions.
Requirements:
- Average grade at least 3.0;
- English proficiency requirements for undergraduate students: CEFR level: C1, TOEFL iBT: 79 p; IELTS: 6.5 p. More information: Undergraduate students;
- English proficiency requirements for graduate students depend on the field of study, more information: Graduate students.

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution.

More information about the university and application requirements: Melbourne Global Mobility.

Applying to the host university: once a year, deadline in January/February (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be held in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).
Competitions will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

UT competition: through SoleMOVE application system

Information for students selected by the UT grant committee to Melbourne:

The students selected by the UT grant committee will also have to complete University of Melbourne online application and submit the copy of passport (page bearing personal details).

 

 

China

TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY
Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (academic year: Sept-June)
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties. Chinese citizens are not eligible to apply for exchange program in Tsinghua University.
Language of instruction: Chinese and English
Language requirements:
- English proficiency: at least level B2 on CEF scale;
- Proficiency in Chinese language is not necessarily required (if student takes courses taught in English).


Exchange students cannot take courses from following faculties/programmes:
- Academy of Arts and Design;
- Physical training courses;
- Graduate programs in English.

Application documents (in English):
- Statement of purpose (letter of motivation);
- Letter of recommendation from a supervisor or professor at UT;
- Transcript of records (with average grade; in English); Master's and PhD students must also submit a diploma supplement (in English) on the previous level of study (ask for that at the Student Admissions from your coordinator);
- Certificate on command of English (IELTS, TOEFL or the test of UT), minimum requirement: on CEF scale at least level B2;
- Certificate on command of Chinese (if applicable).

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution. Possibility to apply for Chinese government scholarship.

Applying to the host university: usually once a year, deadline in March-April (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).

More information for exchange students can be found: Tsinghua University

UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY BEIJING (USTB)
Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (academic year: Sept - June)
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties
Language of instruction: mainly Chinese ; 
Bachelor's programme:
- Materials Science and Engineering (International);
Master's programmes in English:
- Environmental Science and Engineering;
- Management and Economics;
- Information and Communication Engineering;
- Higher Education.
It is also possible to take Chinese language programme.

Language requirements:
- English proficiency: at least level B2 on CEF scale;
- Proficiency in Chinese language is not necessarily required (if student takes courses taught in English).

Master's programmes taught in English: available also for Bachelor's level students (if student has completed required prerequisite courses).
Chinese language programme:
 courses for beginners, intermediate and upper level; applicants should have at least basic knowledge in Chinese.

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution. Possibility to apply for Chinese government scholarship that covers part of the living expenses in China. More information will be sent by host university to admitted students.

Applying to the host university: usually once a year, deadline in March-April (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).

The students selected by the UT grant committee to USTB will also have to fill in USTB application form and submit required application documents.

More information: USTB info sheetGuide for exchange students and USTB webpage.

SHANGHAI UNIVERSITY (SHU)
Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties
Language of instruction: mainly Chinese, the School of Economics offers some courses in English. It is also possible to study Chinese. 
Language requirements: depend on the programme. 

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution.

Application documents:
- Motivation letter (in English);
- Letter of recommendation from a supervisor or professor at UT (in English);
- Transcript of records (in English);
- Certificate on command of English (IELTS, TOEFL or UT's language Centre), minimum requirement: on CEF scale at least level B2;
- Certificate on command of Chinese (if applicable).

Applying to the host university: usually once a year, deadline in March-April (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).

Registration fee of Shanghai University: 500 RMB - approx. 60 EUR (compulsory for all international students who have been accepted to SHU).

Information for students  selected by UT grant committee to SHU: The students selected by the UT grant committee to SHU will also have to complete SHU online application and upload required documents. More information will be sent by SHU. 

More information: Shanghai University

UNIVERSITY OF SHANGHAI FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (USST)
Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (academic year: end of Aug - mid-July)
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties
Language of instruction: mainly Chinese, some courses are also taught in English (mainly in the Faculty of Economics). It is also possible to study Chinese (from beginners to advanced levels).
Language requirements:
- English proficiency: at least level B2 on CEF scale;
- Proficiency in Chinese language is not necessarily required (if student takes courses taught in English).

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution and free accommodation in the dormitory. Possibility to apply for Chinese government scholarship.

Applying to the host university: usually once a year, deadline in March-April (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).

More information: USST

 

Georgia

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (academic year: Oct-July)
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties
Language of instruction: mainly Georgian, 3 English taught Master's programmes, it is also possible to study Georgian and Russian language.
Master programmes taught in English: Eurasian and Caucasus studies; Economics; European Studies. 
- English proficiency: at least level B2 on CEF scale;
- Proficiency in Georgian is not necessarily required (if student takes courses taught in English).

Courses taught in English

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution, accommodation and monthly scholarship (300 lari/about 85 eur).

Application documents:
- Motivation letter (in English);
- Letter of recommendation from a supervisor or professor at UT (in English);
- Certificate on command of English (IELTS, TOEFL or UT's language Centre), minimum requirement: on CEF scale at least level B2.
- Transcript of records (in English);
- CV (in English).

Applying to the host university: usually, once a year, deadline in April (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).

More information about the university: Tbilisi State University; Fact sheet

Information for students selected by UT grant committee to TSU: The students selected by the UT grant committee will also have to submit their application documents to TSU.

 

Germany

Kiel University is organising the 74th international summer school: "Germany today - language, society, nation, culture" from 12th July - 6th August 2021. The four weeks summer course helps participants to improve their German language skills (no courses for beginners), as well as to inform them about Germany today (language, society, nation and culture). The programme encompasses three components: German classes, lectures and excursions. More information: Internationaler Sommerkurs.

Kiel University offers three scholarships for UT students to participate in the summer course. The scholarship covers the full course costs (incl. accommodation and half-board).

Competition is open to students from all study levels and specialities. NB! Students who are planning to graduate at the end of the academic year 2020/21 cannot apply!

Applicants must have good command in German . Students should have passed the level A 2.2 before they can participate in Summer Course.

COMPETITION FOR Summer 2021 HAS ENDED!

Application documents:

- summer course application;
- Curriculum Vitae (in German);
- statement of purpose (in English and in German);
- letter of recommendation from a supervisor or professors at UT (in English OR in German and in Estonian);
- transcript of records (with average grade; in English);
- Certificate on command of German (acceptable are international tests, UT's language test, certificate from language instructor).

 

Hong Kong

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters
Target group: Bachelor's and Master's level students of all faculties
Language of instruction: HKBU offers courses in English (List of courses offered to exchange students)
Requirements:
- grade point average at least 3.2;
- English proficiency: at least level B2 on CEF scale.

Application documents (in English):
- Statement of purpose (letter of motivation);
- Letter of recommendation from a supervisor or professor at UT;
- Transcript of records (with average grade; in English); Master's students must also submit a copy of diploma supplement (in English) on the previous level of study (ask for that at the Student Admissions from your coordinator);
- Certificate on command of English (IELTS, TOEFL or the test of UT language test), minimum requirement: at least level B2 on CEF scale.

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution

Applying to the host university: usually once a year, deadline in February/March (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).
Competition will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

More information about the university and courses taught in English: HKBU International

 

Japan

HOKKAIDO UNIVERSITY SHORT-TERM EXCHANGE PROGRAMME (HUSTEP)
Programme: 
Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (end of Oct-Feb and/or Apr-Aug)
Target group: Bachelor's level students from all specialities who have completed at least two years of studies at UT prior to arrival in Japan
Language of instruction: HUSTEP programme in English in following fields: culture and society, environment, science and technology; it is also possible to study Japanese.
Requirements:
- average grade: 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale (3.75 on UT scale);
- students must have completed at least two years of studies at UT prior to arrival in Japan;
- English language: TOEFL iBT at least 79; IELTS at least 6.5;
- Japanese language skills are not necessarily required.

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution. Students can also apply for JASSO (Japan Student Services Organization) scholarship (80 000 yen per month).

Applying to HUSTEP
UT competition: through SoleMOVE application system.
Usually once a year, deadline in January (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).
Competition will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

More information about the programme: HUSTEP,Fact sheet.

 

Information for students selected by the UT committee to Hokkaido University:

After you have been selected to Hokkaido University, you need to send HUSTEP application with required enclosures to Hokkaido University.
More information and forms of documents: HUSTEP > Applying.

Students of bachelor’s and applied higher education programs must have completed at least one year of their studies!  

SUBMIT APPLICATION


Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (end of Sept-Jan and/or Apr-July);
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties;
Language of instruction: mainly Japanese, only the Faculty of International Social Sciences offers courses in English.

Requirements:
Minimum command of English: TOEFL 80 p; IELTS 6.0 p;
- Minimum command of Japanese: Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) Level N4 or Japanese language studies at least 2 years before exchange period. May be confirmed by the language instructor (Japanese Language Proficiency form).

Scholarship: free tuition.

Applying to the host university: once a year, deadline is in January (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of current academic year).
Competition will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

UT competition: through SoleMOVE application system.

More information about the university and application requirements: Gakushuin UniversityGuidelines and info sheet 2022/23.

ShowShowInformation for students selected by the UT grant committee to Gakushuin University:

Students of bachelor’s and applied higher education programs must have completed at least one year of their studies!  

SUBMIT APPLICATION

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (academic year:  end of Aug-June); NB! If applying for the full academic year: at first, students will be accepted for one semester only and if student shows good results in his/her studies, the study period will be extended for the second semester.
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties; however, students who have completed at least two years of university studies, are preferred.
Language of instruction: Asian Studies Program - courses in English about Japan and Asia: language, cultural values, economics, politics, arts, literature, history. NB! Japanese language courses are compulsory.
Requirements:
- Average grade higher than 3.75;
- Minimum command of English: on CEF scale at least level B2;
- Japanese language proficiency is not required but applicants who have at least basic knowledge in Japanese are preferred.

Scholarship: exchange students are guaranteed free tuition, meals and accommodation or the possibility to apply for JASSO (Japan Student Service Organization) scholarship: 80 000 yen per month (only if they apply for the full academic year).

Applying to the host university: once a year, deadline is usually in January/February (applications for the next academic year).
Competition will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

More information about the university and application requirements: Asian Studies Program.

Information for students selected by the UT committee to Kansai Gaidai university:

Students selected by the UT committee to Kansai Gaidai University must submit their application documents to Kansai Gaidai University through the online application system and send by regular mail.

Students of bachelor’s and applied higher education programs must have completed at least one year of their studies!  

SUBMIT APPLICATION

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (end of Sept-Jan and/or Apr-July);
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties;
Language of instruction: mainly Japanese, it is possible to study also only in English: the list of English taught courses

Requirements: English language (minium B2 level) and Japanese Level N2 (not required if student preferes to study in English). More information: Guidelines.

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution.  It is possibile to apply for Kanagawa University scholarship (Yoneda Yoshimori Education Scholarship for Exchange Students) or JASSO scholarship.

More information: Exchan ram

Applying to the host university: once a year, deadline is in Febraury (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of current academic year).
Competition will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

UT competition: läbi SoleMOVE kandideerimissüsteemi.

After you have been selected, you need to send your application and visa documents with required enclosures directly to Kanagawa University. 

Students of bachelor’s and applied higher education programs must have completed at least one year of their studies!  

SUBMIT APPLICATION

WASEDA UNIVERSITY
Programme: 
Inter-university cooperation agreement
Applying to the host university: once a year, through the UT Study Abroad Centre, deadline in January (applications for the next academic year). When there are spots open, additional competition will be held in autumn.
UT competition: through SoleMOVE application system.

Programmes offered by Waseda University: Exchange program overview

Requirements:
- average grade: minimum requirements depend on the programme;
- Applicants must submit the certificate on command of EnglishTOEFL or IELTS ; applicants studying at a curricula taught in English can replace the test with certificate (form can be found from above mentioned website);
- When applying for English taught courses Japanese language skills are not necessarily required; if student plans to study in Japanese, certificate on command of Japanese is required; for the Japanese language programme student must have studied Japanese for at least one academic year.

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution. It is decided that JASSO scholarship is not granted to incoming students in AY2022. Information about MEXT scholarship

Information for students selected by the UT grant committee to Waseda University: Students selected by UT to Waseda university will have to submit their application documents to Waseda University. Among other things Financial Certification (bank statement; required for visa application) is also required: students must have at least 960 000 yen per academic year or 480 000 yen per semester (meaning 80 000 yen per month) in their personal funds. More info: Application.

Students of bachelor’s and applied higher education programs must have completed at least one year of their studies!  

SUBMIT APPLICATION

NATIONAL AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO (UNAM) 

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement 

Study period: 1-2 semesters 

Target group: students from all study levels and faculties 

Language of instruction: Spanish Language Level Certificate equivalent to “B2” of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages for those whose native or instruction language is not Spanish. Spanish is the primary language of instruction. However, there are some courses offered in English. 

Scholarship: free tuition at the host institution. 

Area of study open for exchange students: Physics, Mathematics, and Engineering, Biological Sciences and Health, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts 

Area of study NOT available for exchange students: Some areas in Medicine and in Veterinary Medicine 

Application documents: 

- Motivation letter (in English); 

- Letter of recommendation from a supervisor or professor at UT (in English);

- Transcript of records (in English);

- Spanish Language Level Certificate is equivalent to “B2" (Some programs require “C1”). If you choose English courses then an additional Certificate on command of English (IELTS - 6,5, TOEFL - 90). 

Applying to the host university: usually, once a year, deadline in March-April (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year). 

Information for students selected by the UT grant committee to UNAM: The students selected by the UT grant committee to UNAM will also have to complete UNAM online application and upload the required documents. More information will be sent by UNAM.  

A medical and Travel Insurance Policy is mandatory before traveling to Mexico for studying at UNAM. 

More information: National Autonomous University of Mexico, Fact sheet

Students of bachelor’s and applied higher education programs must have completed at least one year of their studies!  

SUBMIT APPLICATION

 

South Korea

CHUNG-ANG UNIVERSITY (CAU)
Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (Sept-Dec and/or March-June)
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties
Restrictions: it is not possible to take courses from the following faculties: School of Medicine, School of Pharmacy, School of Nursing, School of Law, Graduate School except Graduate School of International Studies and MBA.
Language of instruction: Korean and English, Courses in English, it is also possible to study Korean
Language requirements:
- English proficiency: at least level B2 on CEF scale;
- Proficiency in Korean language is not necessarily required (if student takes courses taught in English).

Application documents (in English):
- Statement of purpose (letter of motivation);
- Letter of recommendation from a supervisor or professor at UT;
- Transcript of records (with average grade; in English); Master's and PhD students must also submit a diploma supplement (in English) on the previous level of study (ask for that at the Student Admissions from your coordinator);
- Certificate on command of English (IELTS, TOEFL or the test of UT), minimum requirement: at least level B2 on CEF scale;
- Certificate on command of Korean language (if applicable).

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution

Applying to the host university: usually once a year, deadline in March-April (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).

More information about the university and the courses: Chung-Ang University and Fact sheet.

Information for students selected by UT grant committee to CAU: Students selected by the UT grant committee must submit their application documents to CAU. 

Students of bachelor’s and applied higher education programs must have completed at least one year of their studies!  

SUBMIT APPLICATION

PUSAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (PNU)
Programme: 
Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (Sept-Dec and/or March-June)
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties
Faculties NOT open to exchange students: Medicine, Dentistry, Korean Medicine, Nursing, Law.
Language of instruction: Korean and English, it is also possible to study Korean. Information about courses: Courses in Foreign Languages.
Language requirements:
- English proficiency: at least level B2 on CEF scale;
- Proficiency in Korean language is not necessarily required (if student takes courses taught in English).

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution. 

Applying to the host university: usually once a year, deadline in March-April (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the same academic year).

More information about the university Pusan National UniversityPNU Fact Sheet

Information for students  selected by UT grant committee to PNU: Students selected by the UT grant committee to PNU must submit their application documents to Pusan National University. More information about required documents: PNU Fact Sheet.

SOONGSIL UNIVERSITY (SU)
Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (Sept-Dec and/or March-June)
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties
Language of instruction: Korean and English, Courses in English, it is also possible to study Korean
Language requirements:
- English proficiency: at least level B2 on CEF scale;
- Proficiency in Korean language is not necessarily required (if student takes courses taught in English).

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution.

Applying to the host university: usually once a year, deadline in March-April (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year).

More information about the university and the courses: Soongsil University and Fact Sheet.

Information for students selected by UT grant committee to SU: Students selected by the UT grant committee to SU must submit their application documents to Soongsil University. Host university will make the final decision about admission. More information about the application process and requirements

 

 

 

USA

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1 semester (Aug-Dec or Jan-May)
Target group: Bachelor's and Master's level students from all study levels and faculties; NB! only undergraduate level courses are offered, some restrictions in School of Business;
Requirements:
- English proficiency: at least level B2 on CEFR scale, TOEFL iBT 80, IELTS 6.5;
- Exchange students must take courses for at least 12 US credit points (24 ECTS) per semester

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution and accommodation in the dormitory.

More information about the university and courses: College of CharlestonCourse Offerings.

Applying to the host university: via UT Study Abroad Centre, usually once a year, deadline in January/February (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be held in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year). Competitions will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

UT competition: through SoleMOVE application system.

Information for students selected by the UT grant committee to Charleston: After you have been selected to the College of Charleston, you must also submit your application documents to the College of Charleston.
One of the required documents is Financial Certification in English (bank statement, required for visa): students must have about 1500 USD in their personal funds.
More detailed information about required documents will be sent to successul applicants.

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1 semester (Aug-Dec or Jan-May)
Target group: Bachelor's and Master's level students; NB! Exchange students are not allowed to take any graduate level courses, and any courses for which students do not meet with NWU prerequisites. 
Requirements:
- Average grade higher than 3.2;
- English proficiency: English language test of UT College of Foreign Languages and Cultures (level B2 on CEFR), TOEFL iBT 71, IELTS 5.5.
- Exchange students must take courses for at least 12 US credit points (24 ECTS) per semester;
- Students who are excited to help NWU promote the exchange programme at University of Tartu.

More information about the university: Nebraska Wesleyan UniversityCourse Catalog

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution, accommodation in the dormitory, meals (accommodation and meals are not covered during the holidays) 

Applying to the host university: via UT Study Abroad Centre, once a year, deadline usually in January/February (applications for the next academic year). Competitions will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

UT competition: through SoleMOVE application system.

Information for students selected by the UT grant committee to NWU: Students selected by the UT grant committee to NWU will have to submit their application documents to NWU. Among other things copy of passport and financial certification (bank statement; required for visa application) are also required: students must have at least 1700 USD per semester in their personal funds. Compulsory fees for exchange students (prices per semester): student fee: US$490; refundable room/bed linen deposit: US$120; health insurance: approximately US$300; estimated books and supplies: approximately US$500; TB test cost: approximately US$200. TOTAL: approximately US$1,700 per semester plus personal expenses.

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1 semester (Aug-Dec or Jan-May)
Target group: Bachelor's and Master's level students. There are several departmental restrictions, more information about offered courses: Course Catalog.
Requirements:
- All students need to submit TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo test results; minimum requirements: TOEFL 78 p; IELTS 6.0 (undergraduate) and 6.5 (graduate level students); Duolingo 110.
- Exchange students must take courses for at least 12 US credit points (24 ECTS) per semester.

More information about UNCG and application requirements: UNCG Fact SheetUNCG Exchange Info.

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution, accommodation in the dormitory and meals.

Applying to the host university: via UT Study Abroad Centre, usually once a year, deadline in January (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be held in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year). Competitions will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

UT competition: through SoleMOVE application system.

Information for students selected by the UT grant committee to UNCG: Students selected by the UT grant committee to UNCG must also submit:
- UNCG application (through their online application system);
- Financial Certification (bank statement, required for visa): students applying for one semester must have at least 2500 USD in their personal funds;
- Copy of passport (page bearing personal details).

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (academic year Aug-May)
Target group: students from all study levels and faculties; students from Medicine have limited chances for applying. Check also the offered courses.
Requirements:
- English proficiency: TOEFL iBT: at least 79 p, IELTS: at least 6.5 p, test of UT College of Foreign Languages and Cultures: at least level B2.
- Exchange students must take courses at Salisbury University for at least 12 US credit points (24 ECTS) per semester.

More information about the university and courses: Salisbury University.

Scholarship: free tuition and accommodation in the dormitory.

Applying to the host university: via UT Study Abroad Centre, usually once a year, deadline in January (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year). Competition will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

UT competition: through SoleMOVE application system

Information to students selected by UT grant committee to SU: Students selected by the UT grant committee to SU must submit their application documents to Salisbury University. Among other things financial certification (bank statement, required for visa invitation, students must have at least 4500 USD per semester in their personal funds) and copy of passport (page bearing personal details) are required.

Students of bachelor’s and applied higher education programs must have completed at least one year of their studies!  

SUBMIT APPLICATION

Programme: Inter-university cooperation agreement
Study period: 1-2 semesters (academic year Aug-May)
Target group: students from all study levels; NB! Some academic departments including Forensics, Social Work, and the Master's in Business Administration do not allow exchange students to join their courses. Students from Medicine, Law or Dentistry have limited chances for applying.
Requirements:
- English proficiency: TOEFL iBT 79; IELTS 6.5; Duolingo 105.
- Undergraduate exchange students must take courses at WVU for at least 12 US credit points (24 ECTS) per semester, graduate students for at least 9 US credit points (18 ECTS) per semester.

More information about the university: West Virginia University and info sheet.

Scholarship: free tuition at host institution, accommodation in the dormitory and meals (except during the holidays).

Applying to the host university: via UT Study Abroad Centre, usually once a year, deadline in February (applications for the next academic year). If not all student places are filled, an additional competition may be announced in September (for the spring semester of the current academic year). Competition will be announced about one month before the application deadline.

UT competition: through SoleMOVE application system.

Information for students selected by UT grant committee to WVU: Students selected by the UT grant committee to WVU must submit their application documents to WVU. Among other things financial certification (bank statement, required for visa invitation, students must have at least 3336 USD per semester in their personal funds) and copy of passport (page bearing personal details) are required. Exchange students must also purchase Aetna health insurance, more information here.

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