The application round to Faculty's Erasmus and Nordplus exchanges has ended. Next round in February 2018!
General Information about Exchanges:
Students at the Faculty of Education can complete a part of their studies abroad through different exchange programmes. These programmes are:
- ERASMUS: European countries
- NORDPLUS: Nordic Countries
- UNIVERSITY OF OULU BILATERAL AGREEMENTS: North and South America, Asia, Australia
- ISEP: United States
- International to International ISEP: North and South America, Asia
- NORTH TO NORTH: Universities in the northern regions in North-America, Nordic countries and Russia
- FIRST: Russia
The duration of an exchange is from one semester to an academic year. Students going on exchanges through the existing programmes will receive a subsistence grant and/or a travel grant. The receiving institution will help with the accommodation arrangements. Studies completed during the exchange will be included in the students' degree. Application times and procedures vary in different exchange programmes. The Faculty of Education coordinates Erasmus, Nordplus and lately also some of the bilateral places, like the Univesrity of Melbourne in Australia. Application deadlines are in February for the following Fall and Spring semesters. With Erasmus and Nordplus, there will also be an additional round of applications in September-October for the following Spring semester. This round of applications includes places that are left from the Spring round. Information on different application rounds will be distributed via e-mail. For questions, please contact the International Coordinator at the Faculty, Jani Haapakoski, jani.haapakoski(at)oulu.fi, tel. 0294 483715, office KTK256. You can book a meeting time here (suggest 2 or 3 times)
The other exchange programmes are coordinated by the centralised Academic Affairs: Student exchange infodesk hours at Tellus International Avenue on Tue and Wed 10-12.
Right for changes reserved.
Outside office hours: international.office(at)oulu.fi
Last updated: 12.10.2017