Study Abroad & Exchange Programs
Studying in a different country is life-changing. It expands your view of the world and gives you knowledge and experience that will enhance your education and your future career.
Opportunities for students are available through direct exchange partnerships, faculty-led short term trips and other study abroad programs. Faculty may participate in exchange programs through MSUB's partner universities.
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Exchange programs are partnerships in which a certain number of MSU Billings students can go study at a foreign university, and the foreign university can send an equivalent number of students to study at MSU Billings. Students pay tuition and fees to their home university.
With an MSU Billings exchange program, you will pay MSUB tuition and fees. The cost of board, books, and other expenses is set by the partner school you are attending, but you may pay through your MSUB student account. In most cases, you may apply financial aid and scholarships. Academic credits are transferred back to MSU Billings once you have completed your program.
Exchange programs are typically for a summer, a semester, or an academic year. Most of the MSUB exchange programs offer foreign language instruction as well as content area course work in English, so you do not need to be fluent in another language to participate in the exchange program. Note: The University of Winchester accepts only 4 MSUB exchange students per academic year; however, an MSUB student not selected for the exchange may still go to University of Winchester through its Study Abroad program.
|China:||Jilin University (Intensive Chinese Language Program)|
|Capital University of Economics and Business - Beijing|
|England/UK:||Bath Spa University|
|University of Winchester|
|Finland:||Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences|
|France:||EM Strasbourg Business School|
|Germany:||Ludwigsburg University of Education|
|NGU (Nuertingen-Geislingen University)|
|University of Applied Sciences, Aschaffenburg|
|Macedonia:||South East European University|
|Japan:||Prefectural University of Kumamoto (PUK)|
|South Korea:||EWHA Womans University (Co-Ed Program)|
Study Abroad Programs
Study abroad partnerships provide opportunities to MSUB students to visit and study at a partner school in another country. The student pays a fee set by the host institution at which they will be studying. The room and board charges can vary by program. Some are set up to be billed by MSUB and others the MSUB student will pay their housing, etc. in the host country. These are great opportunities because they are run through MSUB, a student's financial aid and scholarships still apply to the program.
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MSUB partners with the College Consortium for International Studies (CCIS) to provide students with more than 100 additional study abroad opportunities in over 25 countries around the world. Each program is unique, so prices will vary. Your study abroad application must still be processed through the MSUB Office of International Studies in order for credit to transfer back. For more information, visit the Study Abroad manager in McDonald Hall, Room 161.
Faculty Led Trips
Faculty-led study abroad programs are a great way to study and travel abroad and undergo a unique cultural learning experience, with the support of a knowledgeable faculty member. Programs are typically open to all MSUB students in every major, and all students are encouraged to take advantage of these opportunities. Faculty-led programs, typically span one-to-two weeks and are oftentimes held just after the end of the spring semester. Some programs may also take place later in the summer or during academic breaks throughout the year. Students pay the study abroad fee to MSUB to cover the program cost; financial aid and scholarships are available.
Previous faculty led trips have included the countries listed below:
Scholar Exchange Program
Scholar Exchange opportunities are available at MSUB. Faculty and staff are able to go to partner universities to conduct research, guest lecture, or even teach a course. The purpose of these opportunities is to increase the level of international faculty communication and cooperation. It also provides faculty the opportunity to experience other cultures in a classroom setting that they are able to bring back to the MSUB classroom, in turn diversifying MSUB's campus.