University Exchanges


You pore over the list of partner universities, each one offering a unique opportunity for exchange. These international programs have been carefully curated, designed to align with your home university's standards while providing a fresh academic landscape. You imagine yourself attending lectures in a historic European university, or collaborating on cutting-edge research in a state-of-the-art Asian institute. Your academic advisor explains the process, emphasizing the importance of early planning and how your credits will transfer. This isn't just about studying in a foreign land; it's about immersing yourself in a new culture, learning from diverse perspectives, and forming connections that may last a lifetime. As you take the first steps toward applying for a university exchange, you feel a mix of anticipation and determination. This is more than an educational choice; it's a pathway to personal growth and global understanding, all made possible through the well-established exchange relationships your university has fostered around the world.
CWU maintains exchange relationships with several institutions abroad. Exchanges generally provide students a better opportunity to immerse themselves in a culture or language, and program fees are based on tuition and fees at CWU. Students interested in studying in any country where CWU has an exchange partner should look first at these programs. Those who wish to participate in an outside program must submit an academic justification with their application.

How to Apply


  1. Go to CWU Apply to begin the application.
  2. Use the "Click Here to Log In" button to sign in.
  3. Use the "Search Programs" tab to find your program.
  4. Select the academic term to begin the application.


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France



Japan



South Korea



United Kingdom (Scotland)


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