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The Exchanges listed below are available to Temple University students only.
Through reciprocal exchange agreements with the University of Hamburg and the University of Tübingen, Temple undergraduate and graduate students can exchange places with Hamburg or Tübingen students and spend a semester or year studying at either University. The program is open to juniors, seniors and graduate students in good academic standing with at least two years of college level German by the time the program begins, and sufficient proficiency to enroll in university courses taught in German. Spring and Academic Year only.
Through a reciprocal exchange agreement with the University of Puerto Rico (UPR), Temple undergraduates can exchange places with UPR undergraduates and spend a period studying at UPR. The Exchange Program offers the option to study at the University of Puerto Rico for one semester, either Fall or Spring, or for a full academic year.
Through a reciprocal exchange agreement with the University of East Anglia (UEA). Temple undergraduates can exchange places with UEA undergraduates and spend a period studying at UEA. The program is open to students in good academic standing who will be at least at junior level for the semester/year they wish to attend UEA and who wish to enroll in courses in American Studies, art history, BTMM, creative writing, English and American literature, economics,environmental studies, film and media arts, history, philosophy, political science, sociology, and theater.
Through reciprocal exchange agreements with the following universities in China, Taiwan, and Korea, Temple students can spend a semester or academic year taking courses in a variety of subjects. Courses in English are available at many of the institutions:
University of Science and Technology
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
The Trans-Atlantic Science Student Exchange Program (TASSEP) is designed for Temple University students who are majoring in the sciences. TASSEP is a consortium of member universities from the European Union, Canada and the United States. Temple students study one semester or a full academic year abroad and can chose from 19 different European universities, representing ten countries. Courses in English are available at several of the institutions.