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National Student Exchange
Have you ever thought about studying abroad, only to get overwhelmed with the thought of stepping outside your comfort-zone? If you have, National Student Exchange (NSE) might be a great opportunity for you to gain a new perspective without dealing with culture shock.
What is NSE?
- A unique, not-for-profit consortium of nearly 200 accredited, baccalaureate-granting colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
- Member institutions provide exchange opportunities for the multitude of undergraduate students for whom an overseas experience is not appropriate, comfortable or affordable.
- Offers study opportunities at diverse university settings and provides access to a wide array of courses and programs; field experiences, co-op, and internship options; and resident assistant, honors, and study abroad opportunities of its member campuses.
How does it work?
- Students to attend their host institution by paying either the in-state tuition/fees of their host institution or the normal tuition/fees of their home campus.
- Work completed while on exchange at the host campus is brought back to the home institution and credited to the student's degree program.
How do I learn more?
- Contact Petra Visscher, Longwood's campus coordinator for the National Student Exchange Program.
- View your options at http://www.nse.org.