What is an International Exchange?
An exchange involves an academic stay abroad of at least one semester and a maximum of one year, studying subjects corresponding to the Faculties of Economic or Business Sciences at a University of Destination, with which UNICEN has a signed Framework Cooperation Agreement.
Who can make an International Exchange?
Any student of the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the UNICEN, who is enrolled as a regular student in any of the careers that are suitable for the realization of an International Academic Exchange.
In spite of this, it is advisable, in order to obtain a more fruitful experience, to carry out an International Exchange once the student has finished his third year of study.
What should be done to make an Exchange?
Where can an Exchange be made?
Our University has International Cooperation Agreements with Universities around the world.Therefore, any university with which a Collaborative Agreement is in force is a possible destination.To consult the list of Agreements, access the following Page. The validity of the same must be verified.
What are the benefits of carrying out an Exchange?
The objective of the realization of exchange programs comes in line with the Philosophy of the curriculum of our Faculty,that is to train professionals that meet the highest international standards, an experience abroad adds a high degree of value and acts as a differentiator in the professional field.
On the other hand, an International Exchange brings a global vision, supported by interaction through the performance of work in multicultural teams with global perspectives. These experiences offer the opportunity to develop multiple intercultural skills, from how to manage the personal economy to improvise in the face of unforeseen events and solve problems. At the same time it will allow professionalizing and perfecting the learning of the selected language.
What level of English is required for an Exchange in an English-speaking country?
If it is applicable to any exchange carried out in a particular way by the student, it will depend on the language requirements presented by the selected university of destination. If it is a call for scholarships, generally the required level is at least one B1 - B2.
What is recommended is to have a level equivalent to the international FIRST or TOELF exams. (the highest level available in the Languages Department of UNICEN).It is advisable to continue improving in the learning of this language since it is the most used worldwide.