NDSU Exchange Programs (English and Spanish)

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NDSU Exchange Programs (English and Spanish)

  1. 1. NDSU EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
  2. 2. NDSU Exchange Programs Exchange programs are a great opportunity for studying abroad: pay NDSU tuition and fees while studying in a different country! Students taking part in an exchange program typically taking classes at the university as an international student and have an opportunity to get to know local students well in their day to day life.
  3. 3. NDSU Exchange Program Costs Eligible students can use financial aid and scholarships. During the application process, students complete a Financial Aid Questionnaire and then can meet with Student Financial Services to discuss their options. Participants pay NDSU tuition and fees Additional expenses:      Local housing and meals Airfare Passport and visa Books and supplies International health insurance  Application fee of $100 and course fee of $50
  4. 4. Exchange Program Options There are more than 14 NDSU Exchange programs and more than 45 ISEP Exchange programs with classes taught in English. There are 5 different NDSU Exchange programs (Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, and 2 in Spain) and more than 20 ISEP Exchange programs for Spanish language immersion.
  5. 5. Part I NDSU EXCHANGE PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH
  6. 6. Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences • NDSU Exchange in Aarhus, Denmark • Year, semester, and summer options • July to August, exact dates vary Marketing, Management, Business, Modern Languages, Economics, Social Sciences, Media, Wind Power, and Biofuel Production • Residence Hall
  7. 7. Aarhus University Communications Building
  8. 8. Aarhus Summer University Program Costs Eligible students can use financial aid and scholarships. During the application process, students complete a Financial Aid Questionnaire and then can meet with Student Financial Services to discuss their options. Participants pay NDSU tuition and fees Additional expenses:      Housing and meals Airfare Passport Application fee of $100 Approx. total: $3,800 (for ND residents with 3 credits of base rate tuition)
  9. 9. Babes-Bolyai University • NDSU Exchange in Cluj-Napoca, Romania • STEM Classes in English:  Chemistry, Computer Science, Public Health • Stay in a homestay, flat, or residence hall
  10. 10. Babes-Bolyai University Main Building
  11. 11. ESA Summer in France • • • • NDSU Exchange in Angers, France May 28 - June 30, 2014 No language pre-requisite Learn about the French way of life, sustainable agriculture, economics • Optional free farm internship in the areas of  dairy, poultry, horticulture, cereals, viticulture • Stay in a homestay
  12. 12. Summer in France Program Costs Eligible students can use financial aid and scholarships. During the application process, students complete a Financial Aid Questionnaire and then can meet with Student Financial Services to discuss their options. Participants pay NDSU tuition and fees Additional expenses:  Est. $2600 program fee for housing, meals, excursion s  Airfare  Passport  Application fee of $100  Approx. total: $6,920 (for ND residents with base rate tuition)
  13. 13. Angers, France Lavender Farm
  14. 14. Hochschule Emden/Leer • NDSU Exchange in Emden, Germany • University of Applied Sciences • Areas of study:  International Strategic Leadership, Crisis Management in International Mergers and Acquisitions, International Marketing, International Human Resource Management, Communication and Presentation Skills, and Business • Stay in Apartment alone or residence hall
  15. 15. Hochschule Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences
  16. 16. INSEEC Business and Communication Schools • NDSU Exchange in 5 locations: Bordeaux, Chamberry, Lyon, Monte Carlo, and Paris, France • Undergraduate programs include: Accounting, Business (AACSB accredited), Finance, Management, Marketing • Stay in an apartment (alone or shared)
  17. 17. Lyon, France Campus and surrounding city
  18. 18. Hanze University • NDSU Exchange in Groningen, Netherlands • Study at the International Business School • Areas of study: Business, Facilities Management, Human Resources Management, Management • Stay in apartments (alone or shared) or homestay
  19. 19. Hanze University Campus photo
  20. 20. Konkuk University • NDSU Exchange in Seoul, South Korea • Highlights of Areas of Study: Animal Science, Apparel and Textiles, Architecture, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Culture, Economics, Engineering, Environmental Studies, History, Humanities, Korean Language, Math, Physical Education, Physics, Political Science, Vet Tech • Stay in Residence Halls
  21. 21. Konkuk University Campus photo
  22. 22. Konkuk University International Summer Program • NDSU Exchange in Seoul, South Korea • July 12-August 8, 2014 • Areas of Study:  Business & Economics, Finance, Sociology, Korean language, and Korean culture • Stay in Residence Halls
  23. 23. Konkuk ISP Program Costs Eligible students can use financial aid and scholarships. During the application process, students complete a Financial Aid Questionnaire and then can meet with Student Financial Services to discuss their options. Participants pay NDSU tuition and fees Additional expenses:      Housing and meals Airfare Passport Application fee of $100 Approx. total: $5,550 (for ND residents with 6 credits base rate tuition)
  24. 24. Konkuk Internship and Cultural Experience Program • Non-credit program in Seoul, South Korea (technically this program isn’t exchange but it is with our exchange partner school) • June 25-July 25, 2014 • Teach English to Korean students studying abroad • Earn a small stipend of approx. $900 • Stay in Residence Halls
  25. 25. Konkuk ICE Program Costs Eligible students can use financial aid and scholarships. During the application process, students complete a Financial Aid Questionnaire and then can meet with Student Financial Services to discuss their options. Non-credit program, so no tuition or fees Additional expenses:       Housing and meals Airfare Passport Application fee of $100 Approx. total: $3,390 Note: Since this program is non-credit, it’s not eligible for financial aid
  26. 26. Korea University • NDSU Exchange in Seoul, South Korea • STEM classes in English:  Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Microbiology, Organic Chemistry • Stay in a Residence Hall
  27. 27. Korea University Campus photo
  28. 28. Kyung Hee University • NDSU Exchange, with 2 campuses in Korea: Seoul and Suwon • Seoul Campus:  Politics and Economics, Business Administration, Hotel and Tourism Management, Science, Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Music, Fine Art, Arts and Design • Stay in a Residence Hall
  29. 29. Kyung Hee University con’t • Global Campus (Suwon):  Engineering, Electronics and Information, Applied Science, Life Science, Management and International Relations, Foreign Languages and Literature, Art and Design, Physical Education, Liberal Arts • Stay in a Residence Hall
  30. 30. Kyung Hee University Administration Building
  31. 31. Linköping University • NDSU Exchange in Linköping, Sweden • Areas of study:  Biology, Communication, Computer Science, Culture, Education, Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical), History, Human Development, Int’l Business, Int’l Relations, Int’l Studies, Management, Marketing, Math, Nursing, Physics, Political Science, Psychology • Stay in a Residence Hall
  32. 32. Linköping University Campus photo
  33. 33. Turiba School of Business Administration • NDSU Exchange in Riga, Latvia • Areas of study:  Accounting, Business, Communication, Hospitality Management, International Business, International Relations, Public Relations, Tourism • A scholarship of $750 is available • Stay in a Residence Hall
  34. 34. Riga, Latvia Area photo
  35. 35. Part II NDSU EXCHANGE PROGRAMS FOR SPANISH
  36. 36. University of Burgos • NDSU Exchange in Burgos, Spain • Immerse yourself in language taking classes in Spanish in a variety of areas • 10,000 students studying at 5 centres:  Science, Economics and Business, Humanities and Education, Law & Technology  Over 30 different undergraduate degrees • Stay in a homestay or residence hall
  37. 37. Universidad de Burgos Residencia Universitaria Camino de Santiago
  38. 38. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid • NDSU Exchange in Madrid, Spain • Three centres: the School of Social Science and Law, the School of Humanities and the School of Engineering situated on three different campuses in Getafe, Leganés y Colmenarejo • Stay in a homestay, flat, or residence hall
  39. 39. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid School of Engineering
  40. 40. Monterrey Tec • NDSU Exchange with locations currently in Chiapas, Guadalajara, Mexico City, and Queretaro, Mexico • Courses offered in Spanish and English • Undergraduate study available  agriculture, business and management, communications, education, engineering and sciences, health, the humanities and social sciences, information technology, and law
  41. 41. Monterrey Tec Photo of Monterrey campus by Creative Commons Monterrey
  42. 42. Learn more and apply online http://www.ndsu.edu/studyabroad Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ NDSUStudyAbroad

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