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New Arts and Science Exchange Partners and Program

In advance of the 2018-19 Arts and Science exchange cycle, the International Programs Office is delighted to announce the addition of new bilateral partner universities, new Killam Fellowship partner universities, and a new exchange program for students with an academic interest in global environmental challenges.

New Arts and Science Bilateral Exchange Partners

Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam: School of Economics is now an Arts and Science exchange partner. This university is based in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Erasmus School of Economics is an important school for Economics students to consider. Please review their partner profile on the IPO's Find a University webpage

The University of Lausanne is a new Arts and Science exchange partner. It is based in Lausanne, Switzerland. Courses at the University of Lausanne are taught in primarily in French and students are advised to consider language prerequisites. There are a number of courses taught in English at this institution. Please review their complete partner profile on the IPO's Find a University webpage.

The University of Liverpool is a new partner in the Arts and Science exchange program. This university is based in Liverpool, England in the United Kingdom. For full details about the University of Liverpool, please review their profile on the IPO's Find a University webpage.

New Killam Fellowships Partner Universities

Have you heard about the Killam Fellowship program? This is a unique opportunity for exceptional undergraduate students from Canadian Universities to spend either one term or one full academic year as an exchange student in the United States. It comes with a generous award of $5,000 USD per term, along with other financial benefits and pre- and post-exchange programming. Students must hold citizenship in Canada and meet other eligibility requirements in order to apply. 

Killam has three exciting new partners available in the 2018-19 academic year:

New Exchange Program: Tri-SEP Dual Placement Exchange

Tri-SEP is an exchange program that enables Arts and Science student to spend two consecutive terms abroad, one at the University of St Andrews in Scotland and the second at the National University of Singapore in Singapore. While abroad, students engage in courses that focus on one theme: Global Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century. Like other exchange programs, students pay tuition to Queen’s and are eligible to transfer credit towards their degree. Unlike other exchange programs, students have a unique opportunity to live and study in two different learning and cultural environments in eight short months.

This exchange program is open to Arts and Science undergraduate students studying one of the following subjects: Global Development Studies, Geology, Geography, Environmental Science, and Political Studies. Students should consider course offerings at the University of St Andrews and at the National University of Singapore prior to applying. Tri-SEP has its own online application form and supporting documents. Please ensure you follow the Tri-SEP application process outlined on the application page.

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