Exchange Program

Start planning your Exchange early!   

It is highly recommended that you plan your exchange for your third year, in order to ensure you will meet your degree requirements.  
If you attend an exchange in your final year, please note that it may delay your graduation to the following ceremony depending on when grades are released by the host University. 

For DAN Management students, some Universities will be better exchange partners than others.  In advance of selecting your school, do some research. Find out what courses they offer and whether there are restrictions on certain courses. We have provided a sample of potential Exchange Universities below. 

To start, you apply for an Exchange through the International Exchange Program:

Upon acceptance into the exchange program, you will receive an Exchange form from their office.

Next, refer to the Steps for approval on the Social Science Counselling website:

DAN Department of Management & Organizational Studies Advisors will only evaluate courses that fall under our scope.  If you plan to take a Psychology, Economics, English, or other subjects, you must bring your form and full course syllabi to those offices for approval as well. 

Once all courses have been approved by the Departments, you must submit your form and descriptions to Gail Wright, Senior Counsellor in the Dean's Office, SSC 9438 for review and final approval. 

Interested in Studying in...

Australia: Bond University

A popular option among our students wishing to visit Australia, particularly for those seeking electives in the Marketing area. 

Visit the Exchange site for more information

Visit the Bond University website

Germany: Worms University

Ideal for Commercial Aviation Management Non-flight students looking to study at a foreign University.  
*NOTE: Flight students considering Exchange should consult with the CAM Representative prior to applying to ensure they are a good candidate.  
Business courses are taught in English with semesters running from September to January and March to July.  They are a small University located just south of Frankfurt. 

Visit the Exchange site for more information

Visit the Worms University website

Germany: European Business School

Another popular German destination for DAN Management students looking to study abroad.  Half of their courses are taught in English, but they do offer German lessons to visiting students. When selecting courses, be sure to choose Modules, rather than individual courses to ensure you are receiving the correct number of ECTS.   The full course load for one semester at EBS is 30 ECTS Credits. 

Please note: (from the EBS Handbook) EBS Bachelor's courses are taught in modules.  Modules are groups of courses which are linked together by a single exam and which can only be registered for as a whole.  Example: Module M-FIN2-002 "Finance" consists of the two courses " L-FIN2-002 Corporate Finance and Valuation" and "L-FIN2-003 Real Estate Fundamentals and Finance".  It is not possible to attend only L-FIN2-002 or only L-FIN2-003.  Students have to register in the entire module (here = 2 courses). 

Visit the Exchange site for more information

Visit the EBS website

The Netherlands: Radboud University

Radboud University is a new exchange partner looking to host DAN Management students. Offering a variety of courses within their Nijmegen School of Business that applies to Western University courses. Credits taken must be a minimum of 6 ECTS = 0.5 Western credits.  
Students should watch out for the Semester Abroad program with Instructor Maria Ferraro held in January each year. Participants attend Radboud and complete three Western courses with Maria (MOS 3370B, 3367B and 3330B) plus two Radboud courses of their choosing from Semester 2 Block 3. 

Visit the Exchange site for more information

Visit the Radboud website