The exchange programme is open to students coming from one of School of Education and Communication’s partner universities. Students from these partner universities are welcome to apply as exchange students to of School of Education and Communication.
Once selected and nominated by their home university, they are required to apply to the School of Education and Communication. All nominated students will receive a username and a password by e-mail with which they are able to apply online, fill out the personal information and select our courses.
After filling our online application form, students must confirm their chosen courses by their home university. Students do this by printing out a Choice of Course Confirmation form and have it signed by their coordinator at their home university. After both the student and the coordinator have undersigned, students must e-mail this document to the School of Education and Communication.
The transcript of records is an official document issued by your home university, which includes courses and grades of previous and current higher education study. This document is needed to be able to check the student’s eligibility for their chosen courses.
The required documents must be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org before the application deadline.
The application can take between 2 to 3 weeks to be processed. We kindly ask for your patience. Students within Europe will only receive the letters of acceptance by email (if they don’t request the originals). Students from outside Europe will receive the LoA by email and to the home address in order to apply for VISA.
Full time load per semester is 4 courses equal to 30 credits. Each semesters is divided into two quarters, and full-time study is considered to be two courses per quarter, four courses per semester or eight courses per year. Bachelor level students may only select courses in the Bachelor level. Master level students may select courses in both Bachelor and Master level.
Courses that do not attract a minimum number of participant may be cancelled. In addition, it is possible that some courses may clash with each other. In both cases students must reconsider their choice of courses and where possible choose another course. Thus, it is important that all exchange students select multiple alternative courses in the online application that can be used in case of a student has to change their courses. School of Education and Communication also reserves the right to limit exchange student enrolment in classes that are at capacity.
The general prerequisite for bachelor exchange students is at least one year of completed university studies at the home institution before the exchange semester.
We recommend prerequisites with the equivalency of a bachelor degree of at least three or four years for applicants interested in master level courses. All students must fulfil the prerequisites of each chosen course. When signing the Choice of Courses Confirmation the home institution certifies that the student fulfil the prerequisites for each chosen course.
Generally speaking, the home university is responsible for guaranteeing a student's fluency in English, by signing a the Choice of Courses Confirmation. Although language test scores are not formally required, all students are expected to meet the university's minimum English requirements and students must receive a signature from a representative of their home university guaranteeing their fluency in English.
Students without the adequate level of English run the risk of failing the course.
|G1N||First cycle, has only upper-secondary level entry requirements|
|G1F||First cycle, has less than 60 credits in first cycle courses as entry requirements|
|G1E||First cycle, contains specially designed degree project of Higher Education Diploma|
|G2F||First cycle, has at least 60 credits in first cycle courses as entry requirements|
|G2E||First cycle, has at least 60 credits in first cycle courses as entry requirements, contains degree project for Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science|
New levels/ Specialised in:
Second cycle, has only first cycle course(s) as entry requirements.
Second cycle, has second-cycle course (s) as entry requirements
Second-cycle, contains degree project for Master of Arts/Master of Science (60 credits)
Second-cycle, contains degree project for Master of Arts/Master of Science (120 credits)
For more information about our Academic Calendar at JU, please check: Academic Calendar.
Content updated 2017-11-14