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Most undergraduate students can apply to go on
exchange with their academic department’s approval. Students should have
completed the first year of their course successfully and be of good academic
standing, i.e. have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.5 .
Click here to read more about how to apply.
Please visit our
Exchange Partners pages
for information on what each university has to offer. It is important to check if the university of
interest offers the appropriate number of modules relevant to your subject
programme at Brookes is credited with the study you undertake at the host
university. You do not normally have to increase the length of your programme. However, some courses
require students who wish to study abroad to do so by adding an additional year
to their programme. This is non credit-bearing.
Click here to learn more about modules and credits.
Most students go on exchange during the second year of their degree. The main application deadline is in February so you will need to start planning your exchange right from the beginning of your first year.
Find out more about how to apply here.
Before you leave, you will need to pay your tuition fees to Oxford Brookes or to confirm with Oxford Brookes that your Student Loans Company will contribute towards your fees as usual. You might be also entitled to a tuition fee waiver. You do not
have to pay any tuition fees to the host university.
For more information about money matters click here.
You will be responsible for costs such as travel and accommodation. Other costs you need to consider are health insurance and visas. Students with finance based on household income may
qualify for a travel grant from Student Finance England.
Please note that if you are going on exchange for one semester only, you will be responsible for finding someone to take over your accommodation in the UK. If you are unable to do this, you will have to cover the cost of your accommodation commitments at home, as well as abroad.
Click here for more information about money matters.