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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato

Mankato Exchanges

Page address: https://www.mnsu.edu/studyabroad/exchanges.html

The International Programs Office facilitates 14 exchanges for MSU students in various disciplines. With the exception of the University of Stirling, students on these exchanges pay MSU tuition, which makes this choice for study abroad quite affordable.

 

****  Incoming exchange students - Click here for information about our university and exchange program  ****

 

Australia (Adelaide) - University of South Australia (UniSA)   Click here for more info

Austria (Krems) - IMC Fachhochschule Krems Click here more info - Primarily business courses

Finland (Helsinki) - Metropolia University of Applied Sciences Click here for more info - Primarily social work courses

France (Rouen) - Groupe ESC, IFI Rouen Business School Click here for more info - Primarily business courses

Germany (Erlangen & Nuremberg) - Friedrich Alexander University Click here for more info

Germany (Karlsruhe) - University of Applied Sciences   Click here for more info

Japan (Nagasaki) - Kwassui Women's University  Click here for more info

South Korea (Seoul) - University of Seoul  Click here for more info (Summer & Semester programs)

The Netherlands (Arnhem) - HAN University   Click here for more info

Norway (Telemark) - Telemark University College (Högskolen i Telemark) Click here for more info

South Africa (East London) - University of Fort Hare Click here for more info

Sweden (Halmstad) -- Halmstad Univesity College (Högskolan i Halmstad) Click here for more info

Sweden (Umeå) - Umeå University Click here for more info

United Kingdom (Belfast, No. Ireland) Queens University Belfast Click here for more info.

MSU Partnerships

Scotland (Stirling) - University of Stirling (Only outgoing MSU students, no incoming students from Stirling. MSU students receive 20% discount on regular University of Stirling tuition rates.) Click here for more info

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