Course Transfer Information
Course Approval Form
All students participating in an exchange must complete the Course Approval Form provided by International Services. Students must meet with Brock academic advisors to have the courses they wish to take assessed and approved. The form must be completed and returned to International Services prior to the student's departure. If the courses are not approved by Brock Faculty and/or Academic Advisors, you will not receive Brock credit for the work done abroad. In addition, you must pass all of your classes in order to receive credit.
Will my grades be affected?
Your grades should not be compromised by your studies abroad because your courses will be transferred back to Brock on a pass/fail basis, thus avoiding potential problems that could arise from different grading systems.
Transfer Credit Information
The following is a list of the exchange transfer credits processed over the years through International Services. This is NOT a complete list of course options at our partner schools.
The actual decisions on transfer credits are made by the appropriate academic departments or units, not by International Services. Identification of previously processed transfer credits from the particular institutions listed below neither guarantees future transfer credit for these courses, nor excludes other possibly eligible choices.
NOTE: The new exchange partners will NOT have a transfer credit report until a Brock student has studied at the institution on exchange and brought back credits for transfer. Also, all links on this page connect to a PDF containing information on transfer credits.
|Australia||Australian Catholic University|
|University of Canberra|
|Southern Cross University|
|Czech Republic||Masaryk University|
|University of Essex|
|Univeristy of Kent|
|University of Leeds|
|University of Nottingham-Trent|
|Germany||Johannes Gutenberg Universitat (JGU)|
|University of Mannheim|
|Ghana||University of Ghana|
|Hong Kong||City University of Hong Kong|
|New Zealand||University of Otago|
|Queen Margaret University|
|South Africa||University of Pretoria|
|South Korea||Yonsei University|
|Switzerland||School of Engineering at Changins|
|Trinidad & Tobago||University of The West Indies|
|USA||ISEP USA - American Options|
|University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG)|
|Worldwide||ISEP Muli - International Options|