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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE

Study abroad as an international exchange student. ULACIT offers its student community the possibility of living international academic experiences. All active ULACIT students can participate in our Program paying the same tuition and fees that they pay at ULACIT while taking courses at an international university. Students can study from one period to one academic year abroad, and once the exchange period is over, transfer the credits from the international courses to their program of studies at ULACIT, as long as they are part of the validation of courses and transfer of credits agreed upon with each ULACIT career director before their departure. 

How does it work?


International Academic Exchanges happen every Semester, or in ULACIT´s academic calendar terms during the 1st and 3rd Quarterly periods each year. This means students will need to apply to go abroad for either Spring Semester (February-July) or Fall Semester (August-December) and start their nomination process at least 3 months before. The start and end of academic periods for Spring or Fall may vary among universities abroad. Our Global Education Office will advise you on the best option for you, provide a detailed step-by-step process guide and assist your during the nomination process and during your semester abroad.

Exchange Destinations

Belgium
Canada
Estate:
Ontario  
Colombia
Estate:
Medellín 
Estate:
Bogotá 
Ecuador
Estate:
Guayas 
Finland
Estate:
Kemi/Rovaniemi/Tornio
Estate:
Kankaanpää/Rauma/Pori
Mexico
Estate:
Monterrey, Nuevo León
Estate:
Guadalajara 
Norway 
Estate:
Kristiansand 
Perú
Estate:
Monterrico, San Isidro, San Miguel, Villa
Estate:
Lima 
Portugal
South Korea
Estate:
Anyang
Spain
Estate:
Barcelona/Madrid 
Estate:
Zaragoza
Estate:
Madrid/Valencia/Canarias 
United Kingdom
Estate:
Worcester
United States
Estate:
Clarksville, Tennessee
Estate:
California 
Estate:
Madison, South Dakota
Estate:
Cleveland, Mississippi 
Estate:
North Carolina 
Estate:
Chicago, Illinois
Estate:
St. Charles, Missouri
Estate:
Springfield, Missouri
Estate:
Morehead, Kentucky 
Estate:
New Concord, Ohio
Estate:
Aberdeen, South Dakota
Estate:
Maryville, Missouri
Estate:
Parkville, Missouri 
Estate:
Maryland
Estate:
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Estate:
Utah 
Estate:
San Antonio, Texas 
Estate:
Cookeville, Tennessee
Estate:
Troy, Alabama
Estate:
Connecticut
Estate:
Vermillion, South Dakota
Estate:
Wisconsin 
Estate:
Topeka, Kansas
Estate:
Ogden, Utah

Admission Requirements

  • Be an active ULACIT student.
  • Have completed at least one four-month term of your study plan.
  • Have an up-to-date passport (with more than six months of validity at the time of the trip)
  • Have an up-to-date passport (with more than six months of validity at the time of the trip)
  • Complete application process documents as required
  • Minimum B2 level (when is required)

For more information

Contact the Global Education Office by e-mail: [email protected]

Testimonials

“Since the day I contacted ULACIT to learn more about the Study Abroad programs, the attention has been very cordial and efficient. My admissions counselor, Daniel Chacón, has provided me with all the necessary information to be able to carry out the application process. admission to the program and has always been present to answer my questions and concerns.

 Submitting my application through the Magellan platform was easy as it contained all the necessary information to be able to research university options abroad and submit the application, all in one place. Overall, my experience with the exchange program has been satisfactory and I look forward to successfully completing it.”

– Ximena Víquez Tormo, Advertising student with an emphasis on Multimedia Production

“Hello! My name is Kristine Heigold, a psychology student. This semester I came to study at the University of Zaragoza in Teruel. The people, the city and the food have been one of my favorite things being here. The classes are a very different and exciting experience since you see very similar things but in a unique way. Each class has a theory class and a practice class in which group work and presentations are done, my favorites are the practices. Apart from academic life, Teruel has a very nice social life since it is a fairly small city in which one gets to know many people. Apart from this Teruel is mostly made up of students who have been very special with all those who come on exchange.”

– Kristine Heigold, student of Psychology