To participate in an exchange program, you’ll directly enroll at one of the following partner universities for a semester or a year.
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Earn credits toward your degree in business while studying at one of the three largest business schools in Europe. The Copenhagen Business School is located in Denmark’s capital city, on the far eastern coast. Spend your semester studying business and culture courses in English while enjoying this friendly city on the waterfront.
Kansai Gaidai University, Japan
Broaden your academic and personal experiences through an exchange with Kansai Gaidai University in Hirakata City, Japan. Here, you’ll have access to a variety of courses within the Asian studies program, which receives over 600 international students yearly. You can opt to live with a homestay family or in the international student residence halls. Hirakata City is an hour train ride from both Kyoto and Osaka, giving you easy access to two of Japan’s greatest cultural centers.
Singapore Management University, Singapore
Spend a semester at one of the most well-known business schools in Asia. Singapore Management University (SMU) boasts small class sizes as well as hands-on classes taught in English. Modeled after the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, SMU’s curriculum combines Asian knowledge and expertise with some of the best practices of the United States.
Swansea University, Wales
Look for adventure and a new cultural experience? Then check out this exchange program at Swansea University in Wales. From Snowdonia National Park in the north to the Gower Peninsula in the south, Wales has some of the most striking scenery in Britain. In this green and mountainous country, you’ll be intrigued by the Arthurian legend—Wales has more castles per square mile than any other European nation.
Language and culture
University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
If you’re interested in business, public administration, and law, this exchange is perfect for you. Those disciplines have been the focus of the University of St. Gallen since its founding in 1898. Though one of Europe’s smaller universities (with only 5,000 students), University of St. Gallen is home to Switzerland’s largest business faculty. The University overlooks the city and is within easy walking distance to the center of town. There you’ll find narrow pedestrian streets, quaint shops, and cozy restaurants. Rolling hills, snowy peaks and Lake Constance form the panorama surrounding the area.
About St. Gallen
University of Stirling, Scotland
Here, you’ll enjoy classes on one of the most beautiful campuses in the world. Nestled beneath the Ochil Hills, the University of Stirling campus covers 310 acres and has a beautiful loch and 18th-century Airthrey Castle at its heart. The ancient city of Stirling is dominated by the famous Stirling Castle, the ancient seat of the Scottish Crown. Located in the heart of Scotland, Stirling is less than 30 miles from Glasgow and 40 miles from Edinburgh—Scotland’s two largest cities.