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The process of deciding which exchange destination is best for you, can often be the most exhilarating start to your international experience. With so many unique options available, it can also be a bit overwhelming. Brock university has many partner institutions all over the world, making it easy to find the best suitor. Follow these helpful tips when deciding on your exchange destination
For a full list of our Partner Institutions, click here !
There are two methods a student can utilize to venture on an Exchange: (1) Bilateral Exchanges and; (2) Multilateral Exchanges. Depending on the program in which you are enrolled and/or the destination you desire, one form of an Exchange may be better suited than the other. Regardless of which agreement you participate on, you will always pay your tuition to Brock.
The Exchanges displayed as individual schools are Bilateral Exchanges that are facilitated through International Services & Programs Abroad. All of the Universities that are listed as individual schools offer some or all of their courses in English.
This type of exchange allows you to study via a program that has many university members. While you attend one of the member schools, Brock could receive a student from a different partner institution.
We have 2 of these agreements:
ISEP Exchanges : ISEP is a unique exchange program that many students select to study in the US, Europe, Latin America and Asia! There are additional fees and courses may not be available in English, however, the number of opportunities to travel where you most desire is vast as students can choose from approximately 265 Universities spread across the globe. For example, if an Exchange to Argentina is what you are seeking, than an ISEP Exchange would be appropriate as our office has no Bilateral Exchanges available to South America.
Ontario/Rhône-Alpes (ORA) Consortium : Considering an exchange to France? Learn more about the opprotunities to study in the Rhône-Alpes region!