Study Abroad Exchange Programs

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Fordham University has exchange partnerships with universities worldwide.These programs have been developed with the independent student in mind. Courses are often taught in the language of the host country, and the majority of your classmates will be students from your host country. Studying on one of our exchange programs allows you the highest level of academic immersion through direct enrollment in a host institution.

If you are an incoming exchange student, please visit our Incoming Exchange Students page.

COUNTRY PROGRAM

AVAILABILITY FALL 2023

AVAILABILITY SPRING 2024

Argentina Universidad del Salvador OPEN OPEN
Australia Queensland University of Technology OPEN OPEN
Austria Vienna University of Economics and Business CLOSED OPEN 
Brazil Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro OPEN OPEN
China City University of Hong Kong CLOSED CLOSED 
Colombia Pontificia Universidad Javeriana - Bogotá OPEN OPEN 
Colombia Pontificia Universidad Javeriana - Cali OPEN OPEN 
France EDHEC OPEN OPEN 
France Sciences Po: Lille OPEN OPEN 
France Sciences Po: Reims OPEN OPEN 
Germany WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management OPEN OPEN 
Ireland Maynooth University OPEN OPEN 
Ireland National University of Ireland - Galway CLOSED CLOSED
Italy Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore OPEN OPEN 
Italy Sapienza Università di Roma CLOSED OPEN 
Mexico Universidad Iberoamericana - Mexico City OPEN OPEN 
The Netherlands University of Amsterdam CLOSED OPEN 
The Philippines Ateneo de Manila University OPEN OPEN 
Peru Universidad del Pacifico OPEN OPEN 
South Korea Sogang University OPEN OPEN 
Spain Universitat Ramon Llull-ESADE OPEN OPEN 
Spain Universidad de Deusto OPEN OPEN 
USA, San Francisco University of San Francisco OPEN OPEN 

Exchange programs are well-suited to students who are seeking a culturally and academically immersive study abroad experience. If you are motivated, independent, and adaptable, an exchange program may be a good fit for you!

Some things to consider:

  •  Exchange students take classes mostly with local students offered in the host country's language with a different credit and grading system. Registration often takes place after arrival in your host country.
  • Housing is often arranged independently with support from your host school's international student office. Student dorms on campus are not common overseas as in the US.
  • The host university application is separate from the Fordham university application, so you will complete and track two applications.

While challenging at times, exchange programs can be highly rewarding and offer some of our most culturally enriching experiences.