Exchange Program - Outbound

By participating in an exchange program, you can study at a partner institution while continuing to pay your fees to Woxsen University through your current arrangement.You can choose to undertake a semester exchange or a year-long exchange, both of which can be life-changing experiences.

Through the exchange program you can:

  • Choose from our exchange partners in destinations all over the world
  • Pay tuition fees to Woxsen University under your existing payment arrangement, rather than the host institution
  • Receive administrative support through the entire process from the Centre of International Relations

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Overseas Study - The Process

We suggest you go through this guide chronologically. However, there may be instances where you are working on tasks for more than one step at a time. We'll give you helpful hints along the way about when you should be starting to think about these tasks and how long they will take.


Need Help Deciding?

If you have any questions about our Exchange or Study Abroad program, get in touch with our Global Mobility team. We can answer any questions you may have about program options, application, fees and more.

Application Dates and Timelines

You will need to start planning for your exchange approximately 06 months prior to when you would like to commence the study abroad program at your desired institute/University..

Application Deadlines For Exchange

Semester 1: March (Exchange period: September – December)
Semester 2: August (Exchange period: January – May)
Note: Study periods vary across the academic year and include terms, semesters, year-long and intensive periods of study.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible to participate in a Semester and Year-long program you must

  • Be enrolled as a student at Woxsen University in either a Bachelor’s (or) Master’s Program.
  • Have completed a minimum of one year (undergraduate study) or two trimester study period (graduate students) at Woxsen University before departure.
  • A minimum 60 per cent overall average (some host programme requirements are higher)
  • Agree to Global Student Mobility. Terms & Conditions 
  • Not be subject to an undischarged misconduct penalty, suspended for misconduct, or become suspended any time before commencing the overseas study program.

Note: Some host programs or partners have additional eligibility requirements and/or higher academic average requirements that must be met. Exchange spots are limited per partner and some partners may not offer exchange if there is an imbalance.

Other Requirements

If you fulfil the eligibility criteria above, you will also need to:

  • Complete the compulsory Woxen Application Form
  • Get approval from your school and complete the application form
  • Get overseas study plan approval by your Program Director for the subjects you wish to take overseas
  • Study the equivalent of at least a full-time load while overseas
  • Demonstrate your ability to support your stay overseas through a financial plan
  • Satisfy host institution and meet country entry requirements
  • Be a good ambassador for the Woxsen University

Cost of Study:

There are a range of expenses that you will need to be mindful of when budgeting for your overseas study. These may include:

Pre-departure Checklist

  • Tuition Fees (Exchange students do not pay tuition fees to the host institution, instead pay to Woxsen University
  • Comprehensive Travel & Health Insurance Fees
  • Flights and In-country Transport Expenses
  • Accommodation Expenses (on (or) off-campus)
  • Daily Living Expenses
  • Spending Money
  • Books and other Learning Materials

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