All exchange programs are open to ALL MAJORS* with at least second semester sophomore status and a grade point average of 2.25 or better. The student pays regular tuition at Southeast Missouri State University (9-15 credit hours). Provisional deadline for fall semester is March 15 and for the spring semester, Oct. 15. Late applications can usually be accepted. The exchange program requires completed application, interview with IBP Director and permission of academic advisor.
Programs can vary in length from 8 weeks to 16 weeks.
There is a $150 application/acceptance fee for all programs.
Pay only Southeast "tuition" for all classes;
ALL CLASSES ARE TAUGHT IN ENGLISH.
* Please note: All locations offer business programs. Non-business majors have a limited list of location options.
The Magellan Exchange coordinates exchange programs for Southeast students to many partner schools as indicated on this page. Please use the online application form at the Magellan Exchange home page for theMagellan listed schools.
Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (Dornbirn, Austria)
The Vorarlberg University of Applied Sciences (VUAS) in Dornbirn state, Austria is a University focused on international students and enjoys an excellent student/staff ratio. Students can study a variety of subjects ranging from computer sciences to business. The state of Dornbirn in Austria borders Germany, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein, and is one of the strongest economic regions in the European Union. The city where the university is located, Voralberg has a population of 43,000 and unique culture. The area provides easy access to winter and summer sports. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page.
Hautes Etudes Commerciales, Liege/ University of Liege (Leige, Belgium)
Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) was founded in 1898 on the model of the great French Business Schools. Currently there are 2500 students and 150 faculty. Liege, a city of 200,000 inhabitants, is located in the Frence part of Belgium and combines tradition and folklore. It has been nicknamed the "Cite Ardente" (the "Passionate City"). The city has always had a European calling, and today has become the crossroads of several highways and railways between Paris, London, Amsterdam, Cologne, and Luxembourg. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page
Provinciale Hogeschool Limburg (Hasselt, Belgium)
The Provinciale Hogeschool Limburg (PHL) was founded in 1995, the product of a merger of six colleges of higher education: The new college has over 4000 students, over 300 specialized teaching staff and offers courses in the field of Commercial Sciences and Business, Architecture, Arts, Audiovisual and Fine Arts, Health Care, Teacher Training, and Biotechniques. The Provinciale Hogeschool Limburg has three locations: Hasselt, Diepenbeek and Tongeren. Moreover, when studying at this institution, foreign students have easy access to two other countries, The Netherlands and Germany, as the school is situated about 15 kilometers from both the Dutch and German borders. Apply through Magellan Web site link on this page.
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
The origins in Brazil of the university go back as far as the 19th century, with the opening of the first institutions of higher education. Today, firmly established as a model of excellence for the rest of the country, UFMG continues to expand. Located in the third largest city in Brazil, UFMG is a model of excellence for the rest of the country. Belo Horizonte is a very safe and pleasant inland city with good air and road access. See International Business Programs office to apply for this program.
Located in the capital city of Costa Rica, San Jose, ULACIT is recognized as the best private university in Costa Rica. With a varity of business classes taught in English it is an ideal location for study in a Spanish language country. Apply through Magellan Web site link on this page.
International Business Academy
Over the past 100 years, Kolding Business School has developed from a small local evening school to a major educational institution. The school now has more than 6000 students, of which 3400 are full time. IBA focuses on developing strong links with educational institutions throughout the world. Located in Kolding, a charming seaside city in western Denmark, the IBA is synonymous with high-quality international business education. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page
Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (Pori and Rauma, Finland)
Satakunta University of Applied Sciences is located on the west coast of Finland, 150 miles northwest of Helsinki. It has 10 campuses which are dispersed in five different towns: Harjavalta, Huttinen, Kankaanpaa, Pori, and Rauma. Satakunta Polytechnic has about 5000 students. Programs in English available in all areas of business, industrial management and engineering, art and more. All five towns can be easily reached by train or bus from Helsinki. There are also flights to Pori from both Helsinki and Stockholm International Airports. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page.
Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences (Rovaniemi, Finland)
Rovaniemi Polytechnic is the northernmost polytechnic in the European Union. A variety of programs are offered in English, including business, industrial management and engineering. It is located in the town of Rovaniemi on the Arctic Circle in Northern Finland. The Polytechnic has about 3,000 students. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page.
ESC Rennes School of Business (Rennes, France)
The ESC designation indicates that this is one of the highest quality business schools in France. ESC Rennes aims to provide students with the fundamentals of international business and exchange experiences. The mission of ESC Rennes School of Business is to prepare students for a career in international management. Located two hours west of Paris, Rennes is a great location from where you can explore France, Spain, Portugal and more. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page.
Blaise Pascal University (Vichy, France)
Blaise Pascal University (Université Blaise-Pascal), also known as Clermont-Ferrand II, is a public university with its main campus on 53 acres in Clermont-Ferrand, France, with satellite locations in other parts of the region of Auvergne, including Vichy, Moulins, Montlucon, and Aubiere. At the Vichy location, in the very heart of France, students study on a magnificant new campus. Vichy is ideally located to discover leisure and cultural activities in the south of France, Paris and other European cities. International students not only widen their own horizons during a stay at Blaise Pascal University, but also make a welcome contribution to student life and perspectives at the University.
Apply thorugh Magellan Web site linkon this page.
Aachen University of Applied Sciences (Aachen, Germany)
With 8,000 students, Aachen University of Applied Sciences is the forth largest business school in Germany. Aachen is an ancient and culturally rich city with a population of 248,000 and is situated in the area known as the "Three Countries Corner," where Germany borders with Belgium and The Netherlands. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page.
University of Applied Sciences (Schmalkalden, Germany)
The University of Applied Sciences in Schmalkalden educates about 4000 students. Housing is avaiable on campus. Courses in English in Business, Industrial Managment, Computer Science and Engineering. The campus is close to downtown Schmalkalden, a small historic German town. Schmalkalden is located on the edge of the Thuringian Forest and is overlooked by the Wilhelmsburg Castle. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page.
Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland)
Dublin Institute of Technology is recognized as a leader in technological education, including business studies and entrepreneurial education. Located near the center of Dublin, it is in an ideal location for exploring Ireland and beyond.The Institute currently has around 20,000 undergraduate students, and many postgraduate students. See International Business Programs office to apply for this program.
Just 45 minutes by metro from Seoul, Anyang offers exchange opportunities in business, humanities, social science, sciences and engineering, music and liberal arts. A very attractive scholarhsip program is available to U.S. students, which includes free housing and airfare.. Apply through Magellan website link on this page.
Universidad de Monterrey
Universidad de Monterrey (UdeM) stands out as model of liberal arts education. They believe that education does not only consists of the acquisition of knowledge, but should also seek the comprehensive and holistic development of the human being. Monterrey is the richest city in Mexico and offers a very high standard of living. See International Business Programs office to apply for this program.
Universidad Panamericana, Mexico City, Mexico
The Universidad Panamericana was founded by a group of prominent businessmen in 1967. The IPADE, the UP's business school, is ranked as one of the best in the world, having more than 15,000 Mexican and international CEOs as graduates. Mexico City is one of the most important cultural centers in the world, boasting more museums than any other city. See International Business Programs office to apply for this program.
Hogeschool van Amsterdam (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
The Hogeschool van Amsterdam has 3 Faculties and 14 departments. Most courses are taught in English so international students have great opportunities. Hogeschool van Amsterdam cooperates with many fine Universities and Business Schools throughout the world. As a study location, Amsterdam provides the student with a wide variety of cultural opportunities. See International Business Programs to apply for this program.
Zuyd University (Heerlen and Maastricht, Netherlands)
Zuyd University has approximately 12,000 students, spread over three locations. All campuses are located in the province of Limburg, which is the southernmost province of The Netherlands. Maastrciht is a pleasant and dynamic town, with an historic city center. Maastricht is the birthplace of the Maastricht Treaty. The Heerlen campus is the home of the Polytechnic College. Classes available in Business, Industrial Management and Engineering, Art, Computer Science, Languages, Hospitality Management and more. As the University is situated only a few miles from the Belgian and German borders, it provides ample opportunities for international students to experience a wide range of European cultures. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page.
Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
At Rotterdam University over 75 study programmes, covering six different categories, are offered. All study programmes are available as full-time programmes; a large number are also available as part-time or work-study programmes. The latter programmes are combined with a (paid) job. In addition to higher education study programmes, master programmes are available at Rotterdam University (RU), enabling students to specialize in a specific area. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page.
Valencia Polytechnic (Valencia, Spain)
UPV is an innovative, public institution mainly dedicated to research and investigation. With 39,000 students all together, the Valencia Polytechnic School offers a good learning environment with lots of diversity. The city of Valencia is very accessible by public transportation, with many historic areas to explore. Valencia is one of the most beautiful cities in Mediterranean Spain. You can enjoy various museums, monument, restaurants, shopping, night life, and beach areas. Apply through Magellan Web site linkon this page.
University of Montevideo, Uruguay
Here is a great opportunity to study in a Latin country that is both safe and beautiful. Classes are taught in both English and Spanish - you can choose the level of language immersion you want. Uruguay is nestled between Brazil and Argentina, offering students a diverse cultural opportunity. See International Business Programs office to apply for this program.
DO NOT use the Magellan online registration form to apply for an exchange program with schools not affiliated with the Magellan Exchange.