Study in England at UEA
FSU tuition and fees + UEA housing + living expenses!
Total estimated costs for a semester can be under $9000!
What is an exchange program?
- Cost effective! - Participating in an exchange means you will pay FSU tuition and fees. Room and board charges will depend on the program. You will then attend the exchange school and will NOT pay those fees to them.
- Culturally immersive! - Exchange programs can be a beneficial way to immerse yourself in the culture of the university and the country where you are studying. You will not, in most cases, be surrounded by other Americans, so you get to know locals and other international students!
~~ If you are interested in any of the exchange programs below contact the Office of International Education for more details! ~~
University of Ulster in Londonderry, N. Ireland offers courses that fitmany of our most popular majors. The city is the second largest in Northern Ireland and offers all the conveniences you would expect in a larger town, yet is small enough to be able to walk almost everywhere.
Londonderry is a short train or bus ride to other university towns in Northern Ireland, just four hours to Dublin, Ireland by train, or less than an hour to London by air.
Students must be nominated by the Director of the OIE before beginning their application. Nominations are due by May 31 for fall semester and by October 31 for spring semester.
University of East Anglia is set in the ancient city of Norwich, combining history, culture and progressive thought. Norwich is located an easy 1.5 hour train ride from London, and with public transport so accessible in the UK, traveling will be a breeze!
While studying on campus, you will be housed in campus dormitories, all of which are equipped with full kitchens to prepare your meals. There are no meal plans at UK universities.
For more information, see the Director and also the UEA website. Deadlines for applications are October 15 for the spring semester and April 15 for the fall semester.
If you’re looking for an exciting opportunity to study in a location that is a bit different, explore Lingnan University in Hong Kong!
The New England/Québec Student Exchange Program offers a wide variety of learning environments and an impressive array of course offerings.
While on exchange, students also enjoy Québec’s vibrant cultural scene, natural beauty and extensive recreational opportunities, including world-class skiing.
Application materials are submitted on-line and more information is available in the Office of International Education. Fall semester applications are submitted by mid-February and spring semester applications are submitted by mid-October.
Participating Québec Institutions:
Québec administrator: www.crepuq.qc.ca
Study in Nova Scotia
Through the New England/Nova Scotia Student Exchange Program students may choose from nine English-speaking universities or one French-speaking university, as well as professional schools, which offer a wide variety of learning environments and an impressive array of course offerings.
While on exchange, students also have the opportunity to enjoy the city of Halifax, home to over 35,000 college students as well as Nova Scotia’s awe-inspiring highlands, picturesque seacoast, and a host of cultural attractions.
Participating Nova Scotia institutions:
Mount St. Vincent's University
Nova Scotia Agricultural College
Nova Scotia College of Art & Design
St. Francis Xavier University
St. Mary's University
University College of Cape Breton
University of King's College
Université of Sainte-Anne
For more information on the NEQSEP, please contact: Wendy Lindsay, Director, Regional Student Program New England Board of Higher Education 45 Temple Place, Boston, MA 02111 phone: (617) 357-9620 x111 email: email@example.com
ISEP allows students the ability to apply as exchange students to universities in countries across the globe. Explore their options for each university in each location. Keep in mind language requirements and deadlines may vary by location/university. See the OIE prior to applying.