The College provides immense opportunities for students to expand global vision and explore different cultures.
The College offers wide range of short-term programmes for students to travel around the world for a glimpse of foreign cultures.
Global Learning Award Scheme, iTeam and Mingle Fund
See below for course information:
General restrictions apply to the below courses:
-External courses, courses with suffix EX
-Courses with code ending in RG/NA/UAC
-General courses with the name of a specialization
Note: ‘Unavailable courses’ are not offered to Study Abroad and Exchange students. Restricted courses are available to Study Abroad and Exchange students however they may have prerequisites and/or limited availability and require pre-approval by the Faculty.
(1) Students are required to purchase the compulsory Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).
(2) Information on accommodation is available at https://urbanest.com.au/uoa-studyabroad/ or
(3) Information on cost of living is available at https://international.adelaide.edu.au/life-in-adelaide/cost-of-living.
See below for course information:
See below for course restrictions:
(1) University accommodation is available on all Monash campuses except Parkville and Caulfield. Monash will email student with instructions about accommodation options and how to apply online for on-campus accommodation. See https://www.monash.edu/accommodation/accommodation/on-campus-options for information on accommodation.
(2) Students are required to purchase the compulsory Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).
(3) Orientation is compulsory. Students should advise Monash Abroad if they are unable to arrive by orientation commencement. Late arrival will be subject to strict faculty approval and students arriving late without formal faculty permission will not be allowed to enrol and therefore, their program will be voided.
(4) Airport pick-up service is available.
(5) See https://www.monash.edu/study-abroad/inbound/apply/key-dates for information on key dates.
Courses not open to exchange students:
1) Undergraduate students cannot take courses at the graduate / postgraduate level (usually numbered 500 or higher)
2) Graduate / postgraduate students cannot take courses at the undergraduate level.
3) Any courses described in Bear Tracks (https://www.beartracks.ualberta.ca/) as being closed to exchange students.
4) Courses with non-standard fees or in programs with non-standard fees (https://www.ualberta.ca/registrar/coststuition-
5) Alternate delivery sections of any UAlberta courses (https://www.ualberta.ca/registrar/costs-tuition-fees/otherfees/
6) Courses from the Faculties of Extension, Medicine & Dentistry (with the exception of courses in the Departments of
Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Physiology), Nursing, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Rehabilitation
7) Courses at the School of Library and Information Studies, Yukon College or the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre.
8) SOC 399 (Field Placement in Criminology) and SOC 499 (Advanced Field Placement in Criminology).
9) BUS 201, BUS 202, BUS 301, FIN 436, MGTSC 312, MIS 441, SMO 310, SMO 441, SMO 470 and SMO 471. In
addition, independent research, internship, study tour, competition, work experience, Honours (numbered 480) and
Special Topic (numbered
488) courses in the Alberta School of Business are not open to exchange students.
10) Many courses (if any at all) in Departments of Computing Science, Drama, Economics, and (with the exception of
History of Art, Design and Visual Culture – HADVC – courses and ART 134 and DES 135) Art and Design. Courses in
these departments are in extremely high demand and often fill up quickly.
(1) On-campus accommodation is guaranteed to all exchange students who start in September and apply by the
April 30 deadline. For students starting their exchanges in January, guaranteed housing is not available.
All disciplines are available provided students have taken appropriate pre-requisites at home university.
On-campus accommodation is guaranteed.
Course information can be found here:
Student selected to go on exchange in Mount Allison University will be given HKD50,000 exchange scholarship by our College. No extra application is needed.
As suggested by the Mount Allison University, students going on exchange in Fall Term is better because of the weather.
• Finance and Accounting
• International Relations
• Business Administration
• Informatics and Statistics
Programme website: https://exchange.vse.cz/
Course catalogue for exchange students: https://www.dtu.dk/english/education/incoming-students/exchange/choosingcourses
For Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Science students only
(1) All courses are open to exchange students. Students have to fulfill prerequisites to enter courses
(2) Most of the undergraduate level courses are taught in Danish
(3) Students attend the exchange programme at DTU’s Lyngby Campus
(4) Programme website: https://www.dtu.dk/english/Education/Incoming-students/Exchange
Not suitable for students who plan to apply for credit transfer from the institution in order to graduate in 2022-23.
• Communication Sciences
• Life Sciences
• Natural Sciences
• Social Sciences
Medicine courses are not open to exchange students
(1) Most courses are conducted in English, some in Finnish: https://www.tuni.fi/en/study-with-us/exchange-studies/courses-for-exchange-students-at-tampere-universities#show-former-university-of-tampere-current-city-centre-and-kauppi-campuses–id2232
(2) Students attend the exchange programme at the City Centre Campus.
All except medicine, molecular medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, psychology, liberal arts and sciences (University College Freiburg) and international master programmes
– Exchange programme: http://www.studium.uni-freiburg.de/en/counseling/exchange-programs-and-studying-abroad/freiburg-global-exchange/exchange-at-the-university-of-freiburg
– Courses available in a particular academic term: http://www.uni-freiburg.de/go/vvz
(1) Approximately 85% of courses are conducted in German while 15% are in English
(2) German requirement: Level A2 or higher (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)) (completed at least 200 hours of German class)
• Decision Sciences
• Policy Analysis and Public Management
Course information: www.ir.unibocconi.eu/coe
Not for Faculty of Law students
(1) Courses are taught in Italian or English
(2) Undergraduate students can select courses at the undergraduate level only (codes 30xxx and some 50xxx)
(3) A crash Italian language course is offered at the beginning of each term (Fee: 160 Euro)
See below for course information: http://jwbinfosys.zju.edu.cn/default2.aspx
Below courses are NOT open to exchange students:
– Industrial design
– Urban planning
– Fine art
– Sports education related courses
– Chu Kochen Honors College
(1) Not open to final year students.
(2) Only open to Year 1 and Year 2 students of 4-year curriculum. Students should not be in their final year while on exchange.
(3) For local students only.
(4) Good knowledge of Putonghua is required.
(5) Most of the regular courses are taught in Putonghua.
(6) Scholarships offered by the Ministry of Education would be available for local students. Details are yet to be confirmed.
(7) Students have to purchase Health Insurance by themselves.
– Management and Finance, Humanities and Social Sciences, Engineering and Architecture, I.T. and Electronics
– Health and medical courses will require approval from the faculty and international office
– Special programs designed for international students such as internship programs and volunteer social work.
– On-campus or host family accommodation options available
• Economics and Business Economics
• Econometrics and Operations Research
• Fiscal Economics
• International Business
(1)Course information: https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/education/exchange/sbe
(2)For Faculty of Business Administration, Department of Economics and the Global Finance and Economics Programme students only
-Maastricht Univeristy adopts the Problem-based Learning system. Students attend tutorial meetings, which require active participation. Performances in these tutorials will affect final course grade.
-Not suitable for students who plan to apply for credit transfer from the institution in order to graduate in 2022-23.
Not for Faculty of Law students
• Behavioural and Social Sciences
• Economics and Business
• Mathematics and Natural Sciences
• Spatial Sciences
• Theology and Religious Studies
Law is not open to exchange students
(1) Course Catalogue: http://www.rug.nl/education/exchange-programmes/course-catalogue
(2) Courses are taught in Dutch and English
(3) Not suitable for students who plan to apply for credit transfer from the institution in order to graduate in 2022-23.
Social Sciences, Humanities, Sciences
(1)All courses are taught in English
(2) Problem-based learning method is adopted at UCM. Students attend tutorial meetings, which require active participation. Performances in these tutorials will affect final course grade.
(3) Course information: http://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/education/exchange/humanities-and-sciences/university-college-maastricht-exchange
See below for course information:
For module constraints and restrictions, please refer to the following:
Not for Faculty of Business Administration students
(1) There are only very limited modules offered by Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health for exchange students. Students are encouraged to consider taking modules from other faculties/Schools
(2) Not open to Singaporean and Malaysian citizens.
(3) Students must take up the compulsory NUS Health and Insurance Scheme (HINS) which is included in the Miscellaneous Student Fees.
(4) Business and Law exchange are by invitation only.
(5) Students are recommended to be flexible with the courses they take while at NUS.
(6) On-campus accommodation is not guaranteed, see http://nus.edu.sg/osa/student-services/hostel-admission/non-graduating/application-guide for detials on Housing Application Guide.
(7) Students in their graduating year or are scheduled to complete their final year project are not preferred.
(8) Students who have been accepted to NUS will receive instructions via email for the Student’s Pass application.
(9) For details of the programme, please refer to http://www.nus.edu.sg/registrar/prospective-students/non-graduating/coursework.
Available Discipline: All but Medicine
(1) Course information: http://www.uu.se/en/admissions/exchange/course/
(2) Prerequisites for enrollment in Business courses vary considerably. Prior studies in Business-related disciplines is necessary.
(3) At least two years of prior law studies is required for enrollment in law courses
(4) Programme website: https://www.uu.se/en/admissions/exchange/incoming/
All but Medicine, Education, English (Level 4)
Restrictions for enrollment in Clinical Medicine & Denistry courses, English and Linguistics courses (Level 3 and 4), Biomedical Science Honours Project, Education courses, Engineering Project Courses (Level 4), Law (Level 3 and 4), Environmental Field and Science Field courses.
(1) Course catalogue: https://www.abdn.ac.uk/registry/courses/undergraduate
(2) For Fall term participants, special arrangement for assessment during December can be made thus returning CUHK for second term is possible
(3) Programme website: http://www.abdn.ac.uk/studyabroad
– Courses open to exchange students are listed at http://internationalexchanges.pitt.edu/schools
– Disciplines of study closed to international students: Film Studies, Social Work, Nursing, Pharmacy, Architectural Studies, Departments within the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Not for Department of Mathematics students
(1) On-campus housing is not guaranteed.
– Any discipline from the College of Arts, Science, and Engineering at the undergraduate level, provided course per-requisites are met
– Courses from the Eastman School of Music are limited and will require permission for enrolment
– Courses from these disciplines are not opened to exchange students: William E. Simon Graduate School of Business, Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development, School of Nursing, and the School of Medicine and Dentistry
– Graduate courses, independent study and internships are also not opened to exchange students
(1) On campus housing is available. Housing packet and dining services contract will be mailed to student in acceptance packet. Office of Residential Life: http://www.rochester.edu/reslife/index.html gives basic information about housing. Location is subject to availability
– Most courses opened to exchange students if pre-requisites are met (pre-requisites at http://www.northeastern.edu/neuhome/academics/departments-programs.html)
– Business courses are highly limited
– Disciplines not open to exchange include (and not limited to) international business program, law and other graduate programs
(1) On-campus housing is limited and given on first-come-first-served basis
– No courses are guaranteed
– Studio Art, Dance, Music, Nursing and Computer Science are closed to exchange students.
– Exchange students may not enroll in independent study courses.
– English Writing 112, courses that fulfill the “UMass Junior Year Writing Requirement,” and courses that fulfill the “Integrative Experience Requirement” are closed to exchange students. (See the course description.)
– Upper level courses in economics, communication, the Isenberg School of Management (ISOM), and Engineering may have limited availability.
– Exchange students cannot take CPE (Continuing & Professional Education courses).
– Course list available at http://www.umass.edu/gateway/academics/undergraduate
(1) On campus housing is available as long as students complete housing application. Students are sent an email to request a housing appointment in April/November. Housing selection in a month or so afterwards. Student receive exact dates for when they need to log in and select housing.
At least 12 credit hours each semester (approximately 4 or more courses);
more than 18 credit hours requires authorization by academic advisor.
Behavioral & Social Sciences, Management and Business, Education, Humanities, Natural Sciences.
Course offerings for each semester are available online at https://www.stedwards.edu/registrar/registration/courseschedules
If the course schedule for the upcoming semester is not available yet, please refer to the same semester of the previous year. The schedule for fall 2021 should be similar to fall 2020, although there will be some changes
– Only courses within the College of Arts and Sciences are open to exchange students namely Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Environmental Studies, Film, History, Physics, Politics, International and Global Studies, Psychology, Sociology, Fine Arts (some courses may require per-requisites and all are available subject to availability)
– Business courses are not open to exchange students
– Graduate-level courses are not open to exchange students
(1) On-campus housing is mandatory and guaranteed.
Interested students should complete the online application by 15 November 2021. Applicants must also upload all valid supporting documents onto the online application form. The supporting documents include the following:
**Final year students can ONLY choose term-long exchange programmes held in Term 1 or whole year of year 2022-23.
Friday, 28 January, 2022
|Offer release (round A)|
|Friday, 4 February 2022 (17:00)|
Deadline for Offer acceptance (round A)
Details of the second placement round are to be announced
|Offer release (round B)|
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Miss Kiki Chan
Thu, 21 Oct 2021
Wed, 27 Oct 2021
Online Application Deadline
Mon, 15 Nov 2021
1 - 7 Dec (tentative)
Deadline for the Submission of Transcript and IELTS/TOEFL Certificate
Deadline for finalizing choice of program
Offer release (round A)
Fri, 28 Jan 2022
WYS Deadline for Offer acceptance (round A)
Fri, 04 Feb 2022
WYS Deadline for Deposit Submission (round A)
Fri, 04 Feb 2022
WYS Offer release (round B)
once quota is released, until 11 Feb, 2022
We support your dreams - you can apply for the Scholarship for Semester Exchange Programmes while applying for the Term-long Exchange Programme, and also get more information about the Exchange and Travel Grant / Loan . For students joining Term-long Exchange Programme organized by unit other than the College, one can apply for the Scholarship in Semester two before programme commencement.
The Global Learning Award Scheme (GLAS) aims to encourage students to initiate or participate in non-local academic or experiential learning programmes with the main purpose of LEARNING. Applicants will be awarded the “Global Learning Award” and receive the award amount after completing all post-trip requirements on time.
Some examples are students’ self-initiating trips or joining overseas conferences, competitions, field trips, courses, internship/major-related placement, research, voluntary service, cultural tour. Programmes organized and subsidized by the College and Term-long Exchange Programmes are EXCLUDED.
In view of the pandemic, students could apply GLAS for virtual programmes, while there are some restrictions. Students who solely participate in organized programme without a personal contribution (e.g. attending a conference, online courses, etc.) are not eligible for applying GLAS, instead students’ contributions in the programme are required.
Below are some examples eligible for applying GLAS:
All Wu Yee Sun College students (except Exchange students) are eligible for application. The programme joined or planned must be finished by their corresponding graduation date.
Maximum Award Amount
The maximum award amount varies with the programme length and programme nature.
Maximum Award amount
Shorter than one month
HK$12,000 or 100% of cost of the particular items
Participating in organized programmes
HK$5,000 or 50% of cost of the particular items
One to six months
HK$15,000 or 100% of cost of particular items
Participating in organized programmes
Before submitting the online application form, please read through all guidelines and samples below.
Applying for trips taken during
(for trips overlapping both rounds, first date of the trip shall determine the application period)
Nov 1 – Apr 30
May 1 – Nov 30
May 1 – Oct 31
|Dec 1 – Apr 30|
For any questions, please feel free to contact:
Want to meet friends from different nations? Want to host events with Exchange students? Want to expand your international knowledge?
Join the iTeam, which is a group of students dedicating to facilitate cultural exchange between local and non-local students. They have organized festive events in Lunar Chinese New Year, and also held Turkish Art event and World War II forum to let local students have a deeper understanding of culture and history in other regions.
Interested in being part of the iTeam? Send your SID, name, and contacts to Kiki (firstname.lastname@example.org). The earlier you contact us, the earlier you can get in touch with the like-minded and your counterparts from different parts of the world!
Your daily exciting activities with foreign College students can be supported by the College’s Mingle Fund too!
Mingle Fund aims at encouraging interaction among local, international and incoming exchange students of Wu Yee Sun College. The Fund mainly supports daily and social activities with the participation of Both local students And international / incoming exchange students (i.e. there should be at least one local student AND at least one international / incoming exchange student.)
Successful applicants will receive subsidy on reimbursement basis. For each successful application, each participant may receive, at most, HK$100 subsidy for the activity.
Internationalization Activity Fund
The Internationalization Activity Fund aims to support students to organize college- or hostel-level extracurricular activities which promote internationalization and inter-cultural exchange opportunities among members of the WYS community.
Applications are accepted all year round. Please complete the application form with proposal and budget plan, and submit them to Dean of Students’ Office, UG09, Wu Yee Sun College.
Successful applicants will receive funding on reimbursement basis. Students should submit evaluation report and original receipts to Dean of Students' Office within one month after the project completion date.