Exchange programs offer students the opportunity to study at one of Robinson’s international partner institutions for a semester, academic year, or occasionally, during the summer. Exchange programs are reciprocal in nature, whereby individuals switch places with a student from the university they attend. These programs offer business classes and other elective courses at top-ranked business schools around the world.
Students who participate in exchange programs have a more student-driven experience, whereby students travel independently, take classes with local students and experience daily life in another culture. Students will have freedom to engage in extracurricular activities at their host university or travel. Students must enroll full-time at the foreign institution, taking business classes taught in English or the host language. Upon completion of the program, students earn transfer credit toward their GSU degree.
Exchange programs are among the most cost-effective study abroad options because students pay Georgia State tuition and fees without any additional program fees. Financial aid and scholarships can be used to fund an exchange experience, making it a cost-neutral option. Find more information on scholarships at mystudyabroad.gsu.edu.