Students usually apply for an exchange program in their second year, and take part in their third year. Eligibility is based on academic achievement in first and second year, and your suitability as an ambassador for Western
Opportunities to participate in Western's Exchange Programs are limited and are awarded on a competitive basis, subject to availability. An application does not guarantee participation in the program. Normally, students who are selected will have an average of 70% or above and will be in good academic standing prior to their selection for the exchange program. Please note: Failure to maintain a 70% average may result in cancellation of your exchange. Students will be evaluated on the basis of their application form, letters of reference and transcript.
Most exchange programs are open to international students studying at Western
Part-time students may apply for an exchange. All students, however, must be registered as full-time students paying full-time tuition while on exchange
Where do I start?
Complete details and procedures for students wishing to apply for the International Exchange Program. As a participant, you have the opportunity to study at more than 85 Universities and Institutions around the world. CLICK HERE
Students in degree programs at Western may take courses at other accredited universities for transfer credits provided the Faculty in which they are currently registered approves such courses in advance. The approval is subject to individual Faculty/Department regulations and is granted in the form of a Letter of Permission (issued by the Registrar’s Office). Popular locations include the UK, Germany, Spain, Mexico and more! Learn more...