To be eligible for a student exchange programme the scheme must be permitted as part of your University degree programme and you must meet all the criteria set out by your department.
Most of our partner institutions require that you have completed at least year one of your degree programme and are in good academic standing.
How to apply
Student exchange programmes are available for one semester or a full academic year. Most students travelling from Ulster University go abroad for the full academic year.
Please complete the course directors release form and submit to the study abroad team who will advise and guide you through the application process.They will also be a point of contact, together with your course tutor and or studies advisor, when you are abroad.
Where can I study?
We have student exchange agreements with partner universities in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Hong Kong and the United States – below you will find further details on each opportunity.
The subject area provides details of where there are any restrictions on eligibility, for example, only students from the Faculty of Life and Health Sciences are eligible to apply for an exchange programme with Monash University.
However, the majority of exchange opportunities with partner institutions are open to all current Ulster University students.
Universidade de Ribeirao Preto (UNAERP) | São Paulo | Non-specific
Universidad Del Desarrollo | Concepción | Non-specific
National Taipei University of Technology | Taipei City | Non-specific
United States of America
Bellarmine University | Kentucky | Non-specific
Kansas State University | Kansas | Non-specific
Kent State University | Ohio | Non-specific
Rider University | New Jersey | Non-specific
Regis University | Colorado | Non-specific
Roanoke College | Virginia | Non-specific