Partner institutions

Winter 2020 Exchange Spots

Limited exchange spots for Winter 2020 are still available! Check the online application for a list of available schools/programs.

Where do you want to go?

The process of deciding which exchange destination is best for you can 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 one. Follow these helpful tips when deciding on your exchange destination:

  • Which partner university will complement your Brock program of study?
  • Which university has courses that are relevant to your studies at Brock?
  • Do you have many electives left, allowing you more flexibility in your choices?
  • What type of city setting do you prefer: big or small?
  • Would you like to learn a new language?
  • Does the partner university offer courses in a language you know?

Important information

There are two methods a student can use to go on an Exchange:

Bilateral Exchanges:

The exchanges displayed as individual schools are bilateral exchanges facilitated through Brock International Services. Many of the universities listed as individual schools offer some or all of their courses in English.

Multilateral/Consortium Exchanges:

This type of exchange allows you attend one of the member schools while Brock could receive a student from a different partner institution. We have four of these agreements:

  1. Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration (CONAHEC): Opportunity for students to study in Asia, Europe, and the Americas.
  2. International Student Exchange Program (ISEP): Opportunity for students to study in Asia, Oceana, Europe, Africa, and the Americas. Additional fees apply.
  3. Ontario/Rhône-Alpes Exchange Program (ORA): Opportunity for students to study in the Rhône-Alpes region in France.
  4. University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific (UMAP): Opportunity for students to student in Asia and the Americas.

Depending on the program in which you are enrolled and/or the destination you desire, one form of exchange may be better than the other. Regardless of which exchange you do, you will always pay your tuition to Brock.

Partner institutions