Fall/Academic Year Participation: April 1
Winter/Spring Participation: October 1
This program is managed by SCU Study Abroad and provides a non-degree study abroad opportunity for international students from Santa Clara University partner universities. All students currently enrolled in a degree-granting course of study at one of these partner universities are eligible to apply:
- Universidad Catolica de Cordoba (Argentina)
- Australian Catholic University (Australia)
- Universidad Alberto Hurtado (Chile)
- Sophia University (Japan)
- Universidad de Deusto, San Sebastian - Business (Spain)
- Universidad de Deusto, San Sebastian - Communication (Spain)
- Lund University (Sweden)
The Application Process
Students must be nominated by their home university to participate as an Exchange student. Students may be nominated for a period of study of one quarter up to a full academic year (three quarters), and may take courses in a range of academic fields that align with or complement students’ majors at their home universities. All students participating in this program receive an official Santa Clara University transcript of courses upon successful completion of their period of study.
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