STUDENT EXCHANGE AND DOUBLE PROGRAMS

STUDENT EXCHANGE AND DOUBLE PROGRAMS

Information for student exchanges

The Study Abroad Centre, of the Dean of Student’s Office at Universidad de Los Andes, is in charge of promoting student exchanges and of receiving the documents from students applying for student exchanges and double programs.

You will find the specific dates for application, and all general and specific agreements organized by country, application requirements and procedures and the language requirements for each agreement on the Study Abroad Web page. 

Information for double programs

Students bound by the new pensum and that are going to apply for a double program in any of the agreements must have completed or be taking the following courses at the time of application: Organizational Behavior (ADMI 1603), Strategy (ADMI 3502), Market Research (2302), Operations and Logistics (ADMI 2403) and Investment Decisions (ADMI 2204).

Double program agreements allow the selected students to receive a higher education diploma in a foreign university or business school as well as the diploma they will receive when they complete the undergraduate program in management at Universidad de Los Andes.

General information about the agreements can be found below:

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Agreement:

A.B Freeman School of Business Tulane University

 

Country:

United States

 

City:

New Orleans, LA

 

Academic requirements:

 At the time of application, students must be taking and/or have completed the following courses:

  • ADMI – 2403 operations and logistics.
  • ADMI – 2501 Analysis of the Colombian environment.

Duration:

 Three semesters.

Investment:

First semester: Tuition fee for Uniandes’ exchange students (10% of the tuition fee).

To following semesters, approximately USD 25,000 (for the whole year), corresponding to the tuition fee in Tulane.

Double degree students pay for their second and third semesters, besides the tuition fee, an academic support fee (USD 1.400/semester), a student activity fee and Reily recreation fee (USD 300/semester), a health center fee (USD 320/semester), insurance (USD 1200/semester) and special course fees (unusual in the business school).

Application:

 Any semester of the year. Travel the following semester.

More information

https://decanaturadestudents.uniandes.edu.co/images/stories/Documentos/CentroEstudiosExterior/universidades/estados_unidos.pdf

 

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Agreement:

Neoma Business School

 

Country:

 France

 

City:

Rouen

 

Academic requirements:

 At the time of application, the student must be taking sixth courses (approximately).

Duration:

 Two semesters. Beginning in the second semester (August - December).

Investment:

 First semester: Tuition fee for Uniandes’ exchange students (10% of the tuition fee).

 Following semester, approximately EUR 8,500, corresponding to the tuition fee at Neoma B.S.

Application:

 First semester of the year (Spring in France). Traveling the following semester (autumn in France).

More information

https://decanaturadestudents.uniandes.edu.co/images/stories/Documentos/CentroEstudiosExterior/universidades/francia.pdf

 
 

 As well as the language requirements established to take courses in the agreement, it is suggested that students should have French, B2 level to be able to properly engage with the French culture.

 

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Agreement:

Toulouse Business School

 

Country:

 France

 

City:

Toulouse

 

Academic requirements:

At the time of application, students must be taking and/or have completed the following course:

ADMI – 3502 Strategy.

Duration:

 Two semesters. Beginning in second semester (August - December).

Investment:

 Each semester: Tuition fee for Uniandes’ exchange students (10% of the tuition fee).

Application:

 First semester of the year (Spring in France). Traveling the following semester (autumn in France).

More information

https://decanaturadestudents.uniandes.edu.co/images/stories/Documentos/CentroEstudiosExterior/universidades/francia.pdf

 
 

As well as the language requirements established to take courses in the agreement, it is suggested that students should have French B2 level, to be able to properly engage with the French culture.

The undergraduate program in management currently has three double program agreements. The requirements for application can be found on the Study Abroad Centre’s Web page.