1. You must meet these 7 requirements:
NOTA: Keep in mind that you need to apply one semester before you leave for your exchange.
There are 2 types of partnerships:
3. Visit the Office of the Vice President of International Relations to find out whether there is an opening at the destination university, or write to:
Nota: Openings for academic exchanges are limited and subject to availability at the partner institution.
4. Request authorization from the program director to participate in an exchange by writing a letter addressed to the Office of the Vice President of International Relations.
5. Submit the following documents:
Note: The documents must be submitted to the Office of the Vice President of International Relations as a complete set. In addition, you need to send a scanned copy of your documents to the abovementioned e-mail addresses. If you are a Dual Degree student, you must submit a second academic agreement signed by the program director at San Ignacio College.
6. The Office of the Vice President of International Relations will send your original documents to the destination university, and then you must wait for your letter of acceptance to arrive (estimated response time: 6 to 8 weeks).
7. In order to apply for a consular appointment at the corresponding embassy and obtain your visa, you will be given your letter of acceptance, along with your letter of introduction.
8. You must inform the Office of the Vice President of International Relations of the result of your visa application process.
9. You are required to obtain non-refundable international medical insurance that covers emergencies (Alliance Assist, Rímac, Pacifico, etc.).
10. You are required to follow the recommendations of the destination university, as well as its academic regulations.
11. Be sure to keep your economic commitment to USIL with regard to your registration fee and monthly tuition installments.
12. Once the destination university sends your transcripts to the Office of the Vice President of International Relations, they will be sent to your program’s college for the purpose of transferring your credits.
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