Exchanges

Stellenbosch University International facilitates the exchange of students with more than 100 institutions abroad. From SciencePo to Leipzig, West Virginia to Nagoya University, Stellenbosch students can explore the array of academic exchanges at our partner institutions.

Apply to study for one or two semesters on exchange at partner universities (through a formal exchange agreement). Follow the guidelines and advice in this section, and once you're ready, visit SU International for more information.

Application deadlines:

  • Application deadline for the First Semester of 2019: 17 August 2018
  • Different deadlines apply to students from the Faculty of Law. Please contact Karin Wiss for more information.

Semester Exchanges in Belgium:

If you are applying to attend a semester exchange at a Belgium institution, and you want to be taken into consideration for the Priority Country Programme scholarship – you need to submit your semester exchange application no later than Wednesday, 21 February 2018.

For more information about the Priority Country Programme scholarship please see the following website.

Please note that not all Belgium institutions are taking part in the above programme; please refer to the above website to find out which institutions are included. 

Getting Started and Applying:

Click here to read more about things to consider for a semester exchange

 

 

 Terms and Conditions:

Terms and Conditions applicable to Exchange Students

Terms and Conditions applicable to Exchange Students

 
  • A student must be registered for a full degree at Stellenbosch University. It is the student's responsibility to arrange for their registration to be done before they depart on their exchange.
  • A student must have an overall aggregate of 60%.
  • A student must have written approval from their academic department (s) and/or supervisor.
  • Stellenbosch University International (SU International) reserves the right to make a final placement at a particular host university or not to make a placement.
  • The decision of the Senior Director of Stellenbosch University International is final.
  • It is the student's responsibility to make arrangements with their current accommodation providers for the period they are going to be away.
  • All students must comply to the admission requirements of the host institution (this might include a language proficiency test)
    • Exchange students may have to pay the following fees:
    • Registration fees
    • Travelling expenses
    • Accommodation and living expenses
  • Students are responsible to apply and pay for their own visas.
  • Students will only be considered as “exchange students” at the host institution if they are recommended by Stellenbosch University International and remain enrolled for the duration of the exchange.
  • Students who are nominated by Stellenbosch University International must also comply with the terms and conditions of the host institution. 

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