All incoming exchange students must be nominated by the exchange coordinators of our partner universities via e-mail. After nomination, students will receive detailed instructions on application, courses and housing information. To gain a better understanding of our MBA programs, please see our online graduate calendar. For housing information, please see Student Residence.
Partner universities must nominate students before March 15 to ensure all incoming exchange students register for classes at the same time as Haskayne students for the upcoming fall (September semester)and winter semester. Nominated students must then apply by April 15. For partners with two nomination cycles, Winter (January-April) semester nominations can be accepted by August 15, and student applications must be received by September 15.
Incoming exchange students are encouraged to participate in the UCI International Student Orientation in order to become familiar with future events and activities.
We have international exchange partners in almost every continent of the world, so there are a variety of exchange opportunities to meet the needs of our MBA students. While some students choose to go on term exchanges, most students choose short term studies as these are more conducive to busy work schedules. Short term studies are typically two to six weeks, mostly in May and August.
- Adelaide (Australia) – University of South Australia [UniSA]
- Beijing (China) – Guanghua School of Management, Peking University [DBIC]
- Nagoya (Japan) – Nagoya University of Commerce & Business [NUCB]
- Perth (Australia) – University of Western Australia [UWA]
- Seoul (Japan) – Seoul National University [SNU]
- Shanghai – Antai Global Summer School, Shanghai Jiatong University [Antai]
- Singapore – Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University [NTU]
- Taiwan (New Taipei)– National Chengchi University [NCCUC]
- Hong Kong (China) - The University of Hong Kong [HKU]
- Bangkok (Thailand) - Chulalongkorn University
- Johannesburg (South Africa) – University of Pretoria [GIBS]
- Bergen (Norway) – The Norwegian School of Economics [NHH]
- Cergy-Pontoise (France) – ESSEC Business School [ESSEC]
- Cologne (Germany) – University of Cologne [CISU & DBi Germany]
- Helsinki (Finland) – Aalto University [Aalto]
- Lyon (France) – Emlyon Business School [Emlyon]
- Oestrick-Winkel (Germany) – European Business School [EBS]
- Prague (Czech Republic) – University of Economics, Prague [VSE]
- Reims/Rouen (France) – NEOMA Business School [NEOMA]
- Rotterdam (Netherlands) – Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University [RSM]
- Vienna (Austria) – Vienna University of Economics and Business [WU]
- Dublin (Ireland) - University College Dublin [UCD]
- Milan (Italy) - Bocconi University [UCLB]
- Madrid (Spain) - Charles III University of Madrid [UC3M]
- Barcelona (Spain) - ESCI Higher School of International Trade [ESCI]
- Uppsala, (Sweden) - Uppsala University [Uppsala]
- Buenos Aires (Argentina) – Torcuato Di Tella University [UTDT]
- Mexico City (Mexico) – IPADE Business School, The Panamerican University [IPADE]
All term exchange or short term study opportunities are credit-bearing. Students need to go through the internal application process first and then apply to specific programs after their internal application is approved. Detailed information about the exchange application process, eligibility criteria, and all the related information can be accessed in D2L.