Some NSE colleges and universities offer international/study abroad programs that can be accessed through the National Student Exchange. NSE lists these study abroad opportunities as a service to our member institutions and to interested students. NSE accepts no responsibility or liability for the quality of programs listed or the services provided.
Programs listed by member universities are open to NSE students under the following conditions:
You should investigate these options 8-10 months prior to participation.
Space may be competitive and limited.
You must inform your home NSE coordinator of your intention to participate in an international program through your host campus.
You must meet the eligibility requirements of both the NSE program and the host institution's study abroad program.
You must submit an NSE application to your home NSE coordinator and also submit to the host campus international programs' office the application for the particular international program in which you plan to participate.
International program deadlines may be earlier than deadlines for NSE.
Placement at an NSE campus does not guarantee participation in the host institution's international program.
Participation in study abroad programs requires advanced planning, special arrangements, and payment over and above normal tuition/fees. Some programs are offered on a space-available basis only; and others are competitive. Placement in programs may be restricted.
Some campuses allow NSE students to apply for their international programs from their home campus. This access is referred to as direct.
Other host campuses require physical attendance as an NSE student for one term. While on the host campus, as part of the NSE program, you can then apply for participation in the institution's international program(s). This access is referred to as host enroll.
In addition to tuition (Host Pay: paid to the host, Home Pay: paid at home, or some other tuition arrangement with the host campus), students participating in international programs will incur expenses for program fees, transportation, room, meals, and incidentals. Personal finances as well as availability and portability of financial aid must be carefully explored.
Queensland Southern Utah University updated: 11/22