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Asian University for Women’s (AUW) International Student Exchange program provides international undergraduate students from countries all over the world with the unique opportunity to learn and participate in a cultural exchange at AUW in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Current AUW students gain the opportunity to broaden their education at an overseas university as part of their degree and embark upon an international adventure, understanding an array of different cultural and community perspectives. Similarly, visiting students take part in a cultural exchange with more than 600 students from 16 different countries across Asia and the Middle East; immerse themselves in a liberal arts curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking, leadership development, and real-world problem solving, and places the materials in the global context; and take courses taught by diverse and distinguished faculty.
The AUW student body is unique in its passion for paying forward their education and giving back to the community. In addition to taking courses, visiting students will participate in a service component, either on the AUW campus or in the Chittagong community. These opportunities include, but are not limited to: peer tutoring Access Academy students in academic subjects ranging from English to Economics; working in various departments; participating in language circles or language partner programs, wherein students can exchange knowledge of native languages (there are about 26 native languages represented at AUW); or being part of initiatives with student organizations to teach workshops in Chittagong neighborhoods.
In an increasingly global world where all countries are engaged in an endless competition in every sector, Ewha Womans University takes a new leap forward to meet the urgent demands of the changing times and educational environment. Under the vision of “Innovation Ewha: Leading Global Excellence,” Ewha pledges to bring together its expertise across all fields of study, taking up new challenges and fostering innovation to achieve global excellence.
Ewha Womans University offers “International Exchange and Study Abroad Program“ and “International Co-Ed Summer College” for both male and female exchange and visiting students. These programs have been established for students who are interested in a wide-range of studies including topics on Asia and Korea, and are open to undergraduate and graduate students from any accredited institution of higher education. Students have the option to study for one or two semesters at Ewha as a non-degree seeking student. All international students enrolled in the program may register in any of the courses offered by Ewha, either in English or Korean, depending on their language proficiency.
The Office of International Affairs(OIA) of Sookmyung Women’s University actively promotes academic collaborations and cultural exchanges such as dual degree, studying abroad and global exploration program with partner institutions. They focus on developing and maintaining profound academic relationships with various academic/research/education institutes and enterprises to nurture global women leaders.
SMU’s Semester Abroad Program is designed for university students who are already enrolled in another university outside Korea. Both male and female students are eligible to apply. As a Study Abroad student, you earn credit toward your home degree while enjoying a valuable international and intercultural experience in Korea. Exchange Students from Partner Institutions may also participate in this program and tuition for their students can be waived as exchange basis. Through this program students can enroll in SMU’s undergraduate and graduate school. Credits earned are listed on a permanent SMU transcript and may be transferable to other universities.
Sciences Po’s exchange programme welcomes more than 1,500 students each year from 410 partner universities around the world. At Bachelor’s level, exchange students can choose from Sciences Po’s seven campuses: Dijon, Le Havre, Menton, Nancy, Paris, Poitiers and Reims. Exchange students at Master’s or PhD level study on the Paris campus. For one or two semesters, they are fully integrated into the Sciences Po student body and can study in English, French or in both languages.
The exchange programme is an excellent opportunity to discover Sciences Po’s internationally-focused and professionally-relevant social science curriculum, distinctive teaching methods and vibrant student life.
The University of Sussex is proud of its reputation as an institution with a distinctly global outlook allowing them to be at the forefront of research influence worldwide. Their wide range of international activities continue to develop new opportunities for collaboration and knowledge exchange in efforts to tackle global issues.
Strategic partnerships with organisations and institutions overseas are central to the University’s internationalisation agenda, and an International Partnership Development Fund (IPDF) has been established to encourage and support collaboration across a range of areas. Students could choose from more than 500 degrees at Sussex, a top-20 UK university, and join a community of staff and students from over 140 countries on the Brighton campus.
SIT Graduate Institute’s experiential master’s degree programs equip students with theoretical knowledge, intercultural communication skills, and work experience in their field. Students learn how to examine critical issues from multiple perspectives, acquire intercultural communication skills, and enhance their ability to work toward greater social justice. They are exposed to a variety of theories and ideas while learning from faculty, practitioners, fellow students, and their own experience.
SIT’s MA students benefit from a carefully structured curriculum of theory, practice, and reflection; personalized learning plans aligned with career objectives; and comprehensive career and practicum services. Graduates often enter fields such as international development, international relations, nonprofit management, conflict resolution and mediation, and international education.
SIT offers master’s degree programs in both online and on-campus formats. Both full-time students just entering the field and working professionals can find a program ideally suited to their career goals.
CEU works with partner universities around the world to provide teaching experience via fellowships. Through the Global Teaching Fellowhip Program, a selected group of advanced CEU doctoral candidates and recent doctoral graduates have the opportunity to teach at GTFP Partner Universities for one semester or one academic year. Global Teaching Fellowships combine teaching with research, thus giving the fellows the opportunity to contribute to the academic life of the host departments and have a fulfilling scholarly experience.
The Fellows are integrated into the host department of the Partner University, have a well-defined teaching load and may have other academic duties. The teaching is provided under the framework of an employment contract, internship, or other form of affiliation legally acknowledged.
For information on the International Student Exchange program, please contact the Career Development and International Programs office at firstname.lastname@example.org.