• General Information

    Full Name of University:

    University of Tartu

    Number of MAUI semesters you can accept during 2016/17 (not students):

    4

    General University Website:

    Click here.

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    Click here.

    Contact person for incoming students:

    Kristine Truija
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    tel: +372 737 6270
    International Student Service
    Ülikooli 18
    50090, Tartu, Estonia

    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    Click here. Application documents have to be sent by mail.

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    No difference

    Other important notes

    Study related information
    Non-study information

    Last updated

    7 September 2016

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    All

    Open undergraduate areas of study taught in English (list explicitly)

    Click here.

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    All. Click here.

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    Yes, Is possible but depends on the course and student

    Can graduate student take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

    N/A

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Medicine

    Websites for course offerings

    Click here.

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    No maximum limits. Minimum requirement: 15 ECTS per semester.

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    If so, please provide summer school website.

    No

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    Both

    Language Requirements

    A proof of the English language proficiency is not required from native speakers and students of the universities where English is the language of instruction.

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    Exchange students (not native speakers) must meet level B2 requirements for English proficiency according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (www.ut.ee/sites/default/files/ut_files/da5a424f8e5f32f1d2b3239b55df9293.pdf). Documented evidence is needed to demonstrate student's English language proficiency. This could include an official letter from a language instructor at student's home university stating the student's language level on CEF scale. International language tests (TOEFL, IELTS) are also accepted.

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Indicate dates and costs

    No

    Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    Services that assist on registration for courses: from the website http://www.ut.ee/en/courses-taught-english students can find guidelines for using the Study Information System (video tutorial and general guideline on how to search and register for courses); students can also ask help from their tutors (senior students who help international students).

    Additional Notes

    Last updated

    7 September 2016

  • Dates

    Host Application deadline for each term

    Semester 1: May 15
    Semester 2: November 1

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    Semester 1: 29 August 2016 - 29 January 2017
    Semester 2: 6 February - 25 June 2017

    Examination period(s)

    Semester 1: The official exam period is in January.
    Semester 2: The official exam period is in June.

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

    Depends on the course. Sometimes it is possible but this cannot be confirmed beforehand. Exam times are discussed with the professors at first lectures

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

    Not mandatory but highly recommended.
    Semester 1: 24-26 August 2016
    Semester 2: 1-3 February 2017

    Course registration deadline

    Two weeks after the beginning of the semester

    Last updated

    7 September 2016

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in Euro

    (broken down below)

    450-500

    Housing

    210 (dormitory)

    Meals

    200-250

    Course Materials

    30

    Local Transportation

    8.63 (If monthly ticket is used; otherwise more expensive)

    Health Insurance

    Click here.

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    Yes

    Additional Notes

    Last Updated

    7 September 2016

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    Yes

    Housing options

    Place in a twin room in the dormitory. All dormitories are centrally located. Dormitories mainly consist of twin rooms with shared bathroom and kitchen (usually 2-3 rooms share a bathroom and kitchen). The chance of getting a single room is very limited.

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    Click here. Contact person: Janika Hango, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    Please list housing application deadline.

    Separate housing application. Information about the housing application and deadlines will be sent together with the admission letter.

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    General public facilities available.

    Are internships available?

    Yes Limited possibilities, must be agreed beforehand

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    Very limited possibilities

    Additional Notes

    Last Updated

    7 September 2016

  • Promotional Materials

    Please add links to promotional materials below

    Please keep in mind that these resources are here for partners to use to promote exchanges; this is not itself a promotional website. As such, please simply link to your promotional materials and refrain from embedding video or images on this page.

    University Video:

    University Image Library:

    University or Departmental Brochures:

    Last Updated

    23 May 2017

  • General Information

    Full Name of University:

    University of Helsinki

    Number of MAUI semesters you can accept during 2016/17 (not students):

    4

    General University Website:

    Click here.

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    Click here.

    Contact person for incoming and outgoing students:

    Tuula Hellstedt
    Student Exchange Co-ordinator
    International Exchange Services
    P.O.Box 3 (Fabianinkatu 33)
    FI-00014 University of Helsinki
    tel. +3582941 22177
    email for co-ordinators: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    email for students: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    Click here.

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    No difference

    Other important notes

    Residence permit
    - Students who are non-EU nationals need to apply for a Residence permit according to
    the instructions provided by Finnish Immigration Service
    http://www.migri.fi/studying_in_finland. Information regarding applying for a Residence
    permit is also available at the closest Consulate of Finland
    - University of Helsinki recommends that students submit their application
    electronically, because it makes the application process a bit faster. Students are
    advised to apply immediately after receiving their Acceptance Letter from the
    University of Helsinki.
    - Even if the students has submitted the Residence permit application electronically,
    he/she needs to visit the Finnish consulate in person to verify his/her identity and to
    present the original copies of any supplements needed for the application.
    Health insurance
    Students who are non-EU nationals need to seek comprehensive health insurance prior to
    applying for a Residence permit. For more, please see
    http://www.helsinki.fi/newstudents/insurance.html and www.migri.fi

    Last updated

    1 September 2016

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    All areas.

    Open undergraduate areas of study taught in English (list explicitly)

    Click here.

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    All areas,see restrictions:

     - Economics, Psychology, Communication, Political Science, Veterinary Medicine and Law have restrictions regarding acceptance (both for local and exchange students). They only accept students who are majoring in the subject in question and have completed enough courses in the discipline in their home university prior to arrival. 

    Psychology majors should check which of the following is more suitable considering their study background: Social Psychology courses (Faculty of Social Sciences) or Psychology courses (Faculty of Behavioral Sciences)

     - English Philology only accepts students majoring in English. Other foreign languages: student should be a major or minor in the language at the home university.  These studies are considered case by case.

     - English courses offered by the Language Centre are not open for exchange students.

     - Economics and Fac. of Agriculture and Forestry: courses in English offered on Master’s level only 

    - Highly restricted: Medicine, Dentistry. Please contact student exchange coordinator before nominating students for Medicine or Dentistry.

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    Yes

    Can graduate student take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

    - Economics, Psychology, Communication, Political Science, Veterinary Medicine and Law have restrictions regarding acceptance (both for local and exchange students). They only accept students who are majoring in the subject in question and have completed enough courses in the discipline in their home university prior to arrival. 

    Psychology majors should check which of the following is more suitable considering their study background: Social Psychology courses (Faculty of Social Sciences) or Psychology courses (Faculty of Behavioral Sciences)

     - English Philology only accepts students majoring in English. Other foreign languages: student should be a major or minor in the language at the home university.  These studies are considered case by case.

     - English courses offered by the Language Centre are not open for exchange students.

     - Economics and Fac. of Agriculture and Forestry: courses in English offered on Master’s level only 

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Websites for course offerings

    Click here for courses in English
    Click here for courses in Finnish and Swedish are presented on the website of each faculty

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    Exchange students are required to take at least 20 ECTS credits in semester (normal workload for semester is 30 ECTS credits).

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    If so, please provide summer school website.

    No

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    Upon Arrival

    Language Requirements

    The University of Helsinki requires language skills in English, Finnish or Swedish (the language you mainly plan to study with) that correspond to Level B2 on the CEFR scale.
    Language certificate is not required, if
    your transcript of credits clearly indicates a CEFR B2 level of knowledge in English, Finnish, or Swedish.
    your native language is English, Finnish, or Swedish.
    your study programme at your home university is taught completely in English

    https://www.helsinki.fi/en/the-application-for-student-exchange#a-language-certificate--

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    Click here.

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Indicate dates and costs

    No

    Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    Services available to assist in registration or course selection

    Additional Notes

    Last updated

    1 September 2016

  • Dates

    Host Application deadline for each term

    Semester 1
    April 15: citizens of non-EU/EEA-member states
    May 15: citizens of EU/EEA-member states, Iceland,   Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland

    Semester 2
    September 30: citizens of non-EU/EEA-member states
    October 15: citizens of EU/EEA-member states, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    Semester 1: late August - December
    Semester 2: January - May

    Examination period(s)

    No

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

    No

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

    Exchange student should participate in the Orientation Course and the Welcome Fair.

    No costs.

    Orientation Course dates vary from faculty to faculty;
    Semester 1: between August 30-September 2, 2016
    Semester 2: January 11-13, 2017

    https://www.helsinki.fi/en/studying/new-students/orientation-and-welcome-fair    

    Course registration deadline

    After arrival in Helsinki

    Last updated

    1 September 2016

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in Euro

    (broken down below)

    700-1,000. Click here for more information.

    Housing

    400

    Meals

    2.60-4.40/lunch at campus cafeteria

    Course Materials

    50-150

    Local Transportation

    Local transportation costs are about 24,80 euro / 30-days travels in Helsinki and 49,30 euro / 30-days regional travels from Espoo and Vantaa to Helsinki (prices shown include the student discount which is available to Bachelor and Master’s students under the age of 30).

    Health Insurance

    Students who are non-EU nationals need to seek comprehensive health insurance prior to applying for a Residence permit. For more information, click here.

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    Yes

    Additional Notes

    Student union membership
    Exchange students are strongly recommended to pay the Student Union Membership Fee
    for Exchange Students (€92 for academic year and €47 for semester, subject to change).
    Student Union membership includes benefits for students, for example basic health care,
    student discounts, student card, etc.). Please see:
    http://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/students/membership and
    http://hyy.helsinki.fi/en/students/membership-fee-benefits/member-benefits-and-services

    Last Updated

    1 September 2016

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    Yes

    Housing options

    Click here.

    Housing application: exchange students submit their housing application as a part of their exchange application. Their information will be forwarded to housing providers. Each exchange student will receive one housing offer.

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    Please list housing application deadline.

    Housing application: exchange students submit their housing application as a part of their exchange application. Their information will be forwarded to housing providers. Each exchange student will receive one housing offer.

    Deadlines: April 15 (Semester 1) or September 30 (Semester 2)

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    Finnish Student Health Care

    Are internships available?

    Yes

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    Yes

    Additional Notes

    Internships can sometimes be offered; the student must apply for it separately.
    With the Student Residence permit the student can work 25 hours a week. Please note however that the University of Helsinki requires the exchange student to study during the exchange semester at least 20 ECTS credits.

    Last Updated

    1 September 2016

  • Promotional Materials

    Please add links to promotional materials below

    Please keep in mind that these resources are here for partners to use to promote exchanges; this is not itself a promotional website. As such, please simply link to your promotional materials and refrain from embedding video or images on this page.

    University Video:

    University Image Library:

    University or Departmental Brochures:

    Last Updated

    23 May 2017

  • General Information

    Full Name of University:

    University of Lille

    Number of Utrecht Network semesters you can accept during 2017/18 (not students):

    No Limit

    General University Website:

    http://www.univ-lille1.fr/

    http://www.univ-lille2.fr/

    https://www.univ-lille3.fr/

    International Office/Website for Incoming Students:

    Click here.

    Contact person for incoming and outgoing students:

    Carole BOURLEY (Ms)
    Study Abroad Adviser
    University of Lille 1 - International Relations Office
    Cité Scientifique
    59655 VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ CEDEX - France
    Ph. +33 320 33 70 46
    Fax. +33 320 43 40 03
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Application website. If paper only, please write “paper only.”

    Click here.

    How does the application and admissions process differ for undergraduate versus graduates?

    No difference

    Other important notes


    Last updated

    2 February 2017

  • Academics

    Areas of study open to undergraduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    Campus Lille 1 :Chemistry, Electronics, Electrotechnics, Automation, Computer Science, Mathematics, Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Biology, Geology, Life Science, Earth and Environment, Biochemistry, Mathematics applied to Social Science, Natural Sciences, Applied Economics, Economics and Management, Management Science, Marketing, Geography and Urban Planning, Sociology-Ethnology, Economics, Management, Business, Communication, Human Resources, Education Science and Lifelong learning 

    Campus Lille 2 : Public Health, Medical Technology, Law, Public Law, Business Law, European and International Law, Social Law, Civil Law, Criminology, Political Science, Social Science, Sport Science, Physical Education, Finance, Account

    Campus Lille 3 : History, Archeology, Philosophy, Litterature, Languages, Linguistics, Arts, History of Arts, Fine Arts, Performing Arts,  Cinematography, Music and Musicology, Communication and Information Science, Social Development, International Relations, Psychology and Behavioural Science, Teacher training, Adult Education, Tourism, Business studies with languages

    Open undergraduate areas of study taught in English (list explicitly)

    Business Administration
    Economics & Management
    Life Sciences

    Are graduate areas open for exchange?

    Yes

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    Campus Lille 1 : Chemistry, Electronics, Electrotechnics, Automation, Computer Science, Mathematics, Mechanics, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Biology, Geology, Life Science, Earth and Environment, Biochemistry, Mathematics applied to Social Science, Natural Sciences, Applied Economics, Economics and Management, Management Science, Marketing, Geography and Urban Planning, Sociology-Ethnology, Economics, Management, Business, Communication, Human Resources, Education Science and Lifelong learning 

    Campus Lille 2 : Public Health, Medical Technology, Law, Public Law, Business Law, European and International Law, Social Law, Civil Law, Criminology, Political Science, Social Science, Sport Science, Physical Education, Finance, Account

    Campus Lille 3 : History, Archaeology, Philosophy, Literature, Languages, Linguistics, Arts, History of Arts, Fine Arts, Performing Arts,  Cinematography, Music and Musicology, Communication and Information Science, Social Development, International Relations, Psychology and Behavioral Science, Teacher training, Adult Education, Tourism, Business studies with languages

    Areas of study open to graduate exchange students (list explicitly)

    Science and Technology: Physical and Analytical Chemistry; Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry (Erasmus Mundus); Atmospheric Environment, Physics-Chemistry; Chemistry, Biorefinery; Electrical Engineering and Sustainable Development; Urban Engineering and Habitat; High Performance Computing and Simulation, Advanced Scientific Computing; Translational Neurosciences; Plant Sciences; Paleontology-Paleoclimatology

    Economics and Management: Economics of Globalisation and European Integration (Erasmus Mundus); Global E-Business; Management of European Affairs; Globalization and the World Economy - Executive International Management (MBA); Global Sourcing, Achats, Supply Chain

    Human and Social Sciences: Urban Planning - EuroStudies; Machine Learning and Data Science; Contemporary Philosophy

    Can advanced undergraduate students take graduate level courses?

    Yes

    Can graduate student take undergraduate level courses?

    Yes

    Areas of study restricted to prior bilateral agreements between exchange departments or faculties

    - Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy
    - Advanced undergraduate exchange students can be allowed to take graduate level courses if there is a prior agreement with the relevant Faculty

    Areas of study not available to exchange students

    Websites for course offerings

    Campus Lille 1 (in French): http://www.univ-lille1.fr/etudes/Catalogue-des-formations

    Campus Lille 2 (in French): http://www.univ-lille2.fr/formations.html

    Campus Lille 3 (in French): https://www.univ-lille3.fr/etudes/formations/

    Programs taught in English

    Required minimum and maximum number of credits available through the exchange

    For both undergraduate & graduate

    30 ECTS maximum for one semester

    Are summer courses available as exchange (non fee-paying)?

    If so, please provide summer school website.

    No

    Do students register for classes in advance or upon arrival?

    Upon Arrival

    Language Requirements

    Good knowledge of French language
    Some programmes are taught in English but survival French can be useful
    For programs taught in English, please refer to the website of each program

    Language test certificate required?

    If so, which and when: before admission or upon arrival?

    Official certificate of French proficiency (DELF, DALF, TCF…) or a certificate of French proficiency issued by home institution, before admission
    For programs taught in english, please refer to the website of each program.

    Preparatory language course for incoming students?

    Indicate dates and costs

    French course for Exchange Students (free): one intensive week before the beginning of the semester and 3 hrs a week during the semester (2 ECTS), mandatory for non French speaking students.

    Are there any special advising or registrations concerns that students should be aware of? Are services available to assist in registration or course selection?

    To avoid schedule conflicts, we advise students to choose courses in the same field of studies (taught in the same Faculty).

    Students can contact Ms Carole Bourley, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., at the International Relations Office for any assistance.

    Additional Notes

    Last updated

    2 February 2017

  • Dates

    Host Application deadline for each term

    Semester 1: 1 June
    Semester 2: 15 November

    Academic Calendar

    Please list exact dates

    Semester 1: 1 September 2017 -  13 January 2018
    Semester 2: 16 January - 19 May 2018

    Examination period(s)

    Continuous assessment

    If there is a break between the academic course calendar and exams, can arrangements be made so the student may take exams early?

    (i.e. semester ends in December and exams are late January).

    Yes

    Orientation session(s) for incoming students

    Is it mandatory, indicate dates and costs

    French course for Exchange Students (free) : one intensive week before the beginning of the semester and 3 hrs a week during the semester (2 ECTS), mandatory for non French speaking students.

    Course registration deadline

    Upon arrival

    Last updated

    29 August 2016

  • Costs

    Total cost estimates per month in Euro

    (broken down below)

    See Below

    Housing

    395

    Meals

    3.25 per meal

    Coures Materials

    200/semester

    Local Transportation

    30-50

    Health Insurance

    215 per year (non refundable for a semester stay)

    Other

    (please indicate and specify any mandatory additional fees)

    Medicare (strongly advised) :10 to 35 euros/month, Liability insurance (mandatory for internships) : 20 euros/month

    Is comparable health insurance coverage from abroad allowed/not allowed?

    If not, please include fees in “other” field above.

    No. We advise students to take an insurance covering their trip and their first month in France

    Additional Notes

    Last Updated

    2 February 2017

  • Housing and Student Life

    Is housing assistance available? How do students apply, and is it guaranteed?

    Yes

    Housing options

    Furnished apartment of 16m² at the International hall of residence “Reeflex”

    Housing Website and Contact Person(s)

    Click here.
    Contact : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Do students apply for housing with their regular application or is it separate?

    Please list housing application deadline.

    To apply for housing, please tick the box on your online application form.

    What kinds of health facilities are available at the university?

    Medical consultation, nursing treatments, medical checkup, preventive medicine, psychological and social assistance...

    Are internships available?

    Yes

    Are student jobs available/allowed?

    Yes

    Additional Notes

    Last Updated

    2 February 2017

  • Promotional Materials

    Please add links to promotional materials below

    Please keep in mind that these resources are here for partners to use to promote exchanges; this is not itself a promotional website. As such, please simply link to your promotional materials and refrain from embedding video or images on this page.

    University Video:

    University Image Library:

    University or Departmental Brochures:

    Last Updated

    23 May 2017