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    country and pre departure programming Whether you re completely new to the idea or you ve been planning to study abroad since you were in elementary school we want you to feel supported every step of the way The CALS International Exchange Program Selection Criteria We take great pride in our students selected to attend a CALS Exchange Program The criteria for selection are based on a combination of 1 grades and academic preparation and 2 personal suitability as assessed by interview with exchange coordinator personal essay and academic references While grades especially for some partner universities are a major factor they are not the sole criterion for selection Students who are concerned about their academic performance have the opportunity to improve their application by taking extra care with their essay and other application components Applicants must have no pending disciplinary action against them Any past or current disciplinary actions must be disclosed during the application process and may be grounds for barring participation by CALS and or the host institution Students may not participate in semester exchange while on disciplinary or academic probation Students may apply while on probation but any conditional approval is contingent upon removal from probation before participation Successful applicants must Demonstrate good interpersonal skills the ability to study in an overseas environment and enthusiasm to be an ambassador of Cornell University and CALS Be a current full time CALS student except for EPFL which is also open to ENG students with at least two full time semesters of study before commencing exchange period Meet minimum requirements of host university GPA foreign language ability prerequisites study focus etc Apply by CALS application deadlines Step One Meet with Exchange Coordinator The Exchange Coordinator meets personally with every student interested in going on an exchange During this time she will pre screen you for eligibility and answer any questions you might have Step Two Application Apply for the CALS Exchange Program using our new online system hosted by CU Abroad s website Get your proposed courses you want to take abroad signed off by your major advisor Complete the host partner institution s application we will provide to you and submit for you unless it s submitted online Apply for housing at partner institution or host location unless you have to wait for your acceptance letter Step Three Nomination Our office nominates you to our exchange partner and will advise you when you ve been accepted to the program Step Four Apply for student visa residence permit Once you receive your official acceptance letter from the partner institution you will be able to apply for your visa You will need a student visa residence permit for just about any host country in which we have partnerships It is important that you know what is needed for your visa don t worry we will walk you through this process We even host visa sessions for students going to countries where the visa application process isn t so intuitive Foreign

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    Program Dates Deadlines Click here to view Fact Sheet Language of Instruction English Core Program Attributes Exchange Minimum GPA 3 Approved by CALS Program Advisor Christine Potter Program Description Overview Homepage Information for incoming exchange students Semesters Available Fall Spring or Academic Year GPA Requirement 3 0 Language of Instruction English Academic Calendar Semester 1 mid February late June Semester 2 mid July late November Other important dates Through a reciprocal agreement between the University of Melbourne and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences CALS at Cornell University CALS undergraduate students may apply to enroll directly in any field of study at Melbourne for a semester or a year Students study alongside Melbourne and international students and are eligible to participate in the many activities sponsored by Melbourne and its student body This exchange program is open to undergraduate CALS students of sophomore or higher standing and is awarded on first come first serve basis Melbourne the capital of the state of Victoria is Australia s second largest city It is vibrant culturally diverse and characterized by its friendly people and atmosphere The University of Melbourne is five minutes from the centre of Melbourne a leafy campus with cafés shops and spectacular architecture With great public transportation you ll feel right at home anywhere in the city Second oldest university in Australia with more than 47 000 students Melbourne was judged as the most livable city in the world in 2011 by the Economist Intelligence Unit and has been ranked the fourth most student friendly city in the world in the QS Best Student City Rankings in 2012 Melbourne is also a great spot from which to see the rest of Australia you can take a ferry to Tasmania fly up to the amazing Great Barrier Reef in Queensland

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    seeking students from the host university In exchange a student from our partner institution comes to study at CALS Nearly all partner institutions in non English speaking countries offer a wide range of classes taught in English Students are billed their regular CALS tuition with no added administrative fees Students purchase plane tickets and pay remaining costs such as housing meals student visa application fees local travel and personal expenses Financial aid travels with eligible students Hands on experiences internships scholarships and stipends are available at select institutions The CALS Exchange Coordinator is available by appointment for assistance with program selection financial and travel planning registration credit obtaining a student visa for host country and pre departure programming Whether you re completely new to the idea or you ve been planning to study abroad since you were in elementary school we want you to feel supported every step of the way The CALS International Exchange Program Selection Criteria We take great pride in our students selected to attend a CALS Exchange Program The criteria for selection are based on a combination of 1 grades and academic preparation and 2 personal suitability as assessed by interview with exchange coordinator personal essay and academic references While grades especially for some partner universities are a major factor they are not the sole criterion for selection Students who are concerned about their academic performance have the opportunity to improve their application by taking extra care with their essay and other application components Applicants must have no pending disciplinary action against them Any past or current disciplinary actions must be disclosed during the application process and may be grounds for barring participation by CALS and or the host institution Students may not participate in semester exchange while on disciplinary or academic probation Students may apply while on probation but any conditional approval is contingent upon removal from probation before participation Successful applicants must Demonstrate good interpersonal skills the ability to study in an overseas environment and enthusiasm to be an ambassador of Cornell University and CALS Be a current full time CALS student except for EPFL which is also open to ENG students with at least two full time semesters of study before commencing exchange period Meet minimum requirements of host university GPA foreign language ability prerequisites study focus etc Apply by CALS application deadlines Step One Meet with Exchange Coordinator The Exchange Coordinator meets personally with every student interested in going on an exchange During this time she will pre screen you for eligibility and answer any questions you might have Step Two Application Apply for the CALS Exchange Program using our new online system hosted by CU Abroad s website Get your proposed courses you want to take abroad signed off by your major advisor Complete the host partner institution s application we will provide to you and submit for you unless it s submitted online Apply for housing at partner institution or host location unless you have to wait for your acceptance

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    scholarships and stipends are available at select institutions The CALS Exchange Coordinator is available by appointment for assistance with program selection financial and travel planning registration credit obtaining a student visa for host country and pre departure programming Whether you re completely new to the idea or you ve been planning to study abroad since you were in elementary school we want you to feel supported every step of the way The CALS International Exchange Program Selection Criteria We take great pride in our students selected to attend a CALS Exchange Program The criteria for selection are based on a combination of 1 grades and academic preparation and 2 personal suitability as assessed by interview with exchange coordinator personal essay and academic references While grades especially for some partner universities are a major factor they are not the sole criterion for selection Students who are concerned about their academic performance have the opportunity to improve their application by taking extra care with their essay and other application components Applicants must have no pending disciplinary action against them Any past or current disciplinary actions must be disclosed during the application process and may be grounds for barring participation by CALS and or the host institution Students may not participate in semester exchange while on disciplinary or academic probation Students may apply while on probation but any conditional approval is contingent upon removal from probation before participation Successful applicants must Demonstrate good interpersonal skills the ability to study in an overseas environment and enthusiasm to be an ambassador of Cornell University and CALS Be a current full time CALS student except for EPFL which is also open to ENG students with at least two full time semesters of study before commencing exchange period Meet minimum requirements of host university GPA foreign language ability prerequisites study focus etc Apply by CALS application deadlines Step One Meet with Exchange Coordinator The Exchange Coordinator meets personally with every student interested in going on an exchange During this time she will pre screen you for eligibility and answer any questions you might have Step Two Application Apply for the CALS Exchange Program using our new online system hosted by CU Abroad s website Get your proposed courses you want to take abroad signed off by your major advisor Complete the host partner institution s application we will provide to you and submit for you unless it s submitted online Apply for housing at partner institution or host location unless you have to wait for your acceptance letter Step Three Nomination Our office nominates you to our exchange partner and will advise you when you ve been accepted to the program Step Four Apply for student visa residence permit Once you receive your official acceptance letter from the partner institution you will be able to apply for your visa You will need a student visa residence permit for just about any host country in which we have partnerships It is important that you know what is needed

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    pre departure programming Whether you re completely new to the idea or you ve been planning to study abroad since you were in elementary school we want you to feel supported every step of the way The CALS International Exchange Program Selection Criteria We take great pride in our students selected to attend a CALS Exchange Program The criteria for selection are based on a combination of 1 grades and academic preparation and 2 personal suitability as assessed by interview with exchange coordinator personal essay and academic references While grades especially for some partner universities are a major factor they are not the sole criterion for selection Students who are concerned about their academic performance have the opportunity to improve their application by taking extra care with their essay and other application components Applicants must have no pending disciplinary action against them Any past or current disciplinary actions must be disclosed during the application process and may be grounds for barring participation by CALS and or the host institution Students may not participate in semester exchange while on disciplinary or academic probation Students may apply while on probation but any conditional approval is contingent upon removal from probation before participation Successful applicants must Demonstrate good interpersonal skills the ability to study in an overseas environment and enthusiasm to be an ambassador of Cornell University and CALS Be a current full time CALS student except for EPFL which is also open to ENG students with at least two full time semesters of study before commencing exchange period Meet minimum requirements of host university GPA foreign language ability prerequisites study focus etc Apply by CALS application deadlines Step One Meet with Exchange Coordinator The Exchange Coordinator meets personally with every student interested in going on an exchange During this time she will pre screen you for eligibility and answer any questions you might have Step Two Application Apply for the CALS Exchange Program using our new online system hosted by CU Abroad s website Get your proposed courses you want to take abroad signed off by your major advisor Complete the host partner institution s application we will provide to you and submit for you unless it s submitted online Apply for housing at partner institution or host location unless you have to wait for your acceptance letter Step Three Nomination Our office nominates you to our exchange partner and will advise you when you ve been accepted to the program Step Four Apply for student visa residence permit Once you receive your official acceptance letter from the partner institution you will be able to apply for your visa You will need a student visa residence permit for just about any host country in which we have partnerships It is important that you know what is needed for your visa don t worry we will walk you through this process We even host visa sessions for students going to countries where the visa application process isn t so intuitive Foreign University Application

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    What to expect if you apply First of all we re glad you re interested in joining our exclusive group Yep we re talking about the CALS Exchange Program Since 1954 we have offered CALS students unique opportunities to study abroad Through reciprocal agreements with select partner universities CALS students integrate themselves into a partner university abroad taking classes and living alongside degree seeking students from the host university In exchange a student from our partner institution comes to study at CALS Nearly all partner institutions in non English speaking countries offer a wide range of classes taught in English Students are billed their regular CALS tuition with no added administrative fees Students purchase plane tickets and pay remaining costs such as housing meals student visa application fees local travel and personal expenses Financial aid travels with eligible students Hands on experiences internships scholarships and stipends are available at select institutions The CALS Exchange Coordinator is available by appointment for assistance with program selection financial and travel planning registration credit obtaining a student visa for host country and pre departure programming Whether you re completely new to the idea or you ve been planning to study abroad since you were in elementary school we want you to feel supported every step of the way The CALS International Exchange Program Selection Criteria We take great pride in our students selected to attend a CALS Exchange Program The criteria for selection are based on a combination of 1 grades and academic preparation and 2 personal suitability as assessed by interview with exchange coordinator personal essay and academic references While grades especially for some partner universities are a major factor they are not the sole criterion for selection Students who are concerned about their academic performance have the opportunity to improve their application by taking extra care with their essay and other application components Applicants must have no pending disciplinary action against them Any past or current disciplinary actions must be disclosed during the application process and may be grounds for barring participation by CALS and or the host institution Students may not participate in semester exchange while on disciplinary or academic probation Students may apply while on probation but any conditional approval is contingent upon removal from probation before participation Successful applicants must Demonstrate good interpersonal skills the ability to study in an overseas environment and enthusiasm to be an ambassador of Cornell University and CALS Be a current full time CALS student except for EPFL which is also open to ENG students with at least two full time semesters of study before commencing exchange period Meet minimum requirements of host university GPA foreign language ability prerequisites study focus etc Apply by CALS application deadlines Step One Meet with Exchange Coordinator The Exchange Coordinator meets personally with every student interested in going on an exchange During this time she will pre screen you for eligibility and answer any questions you might have Step Two Application Apply for the CALS Exchange Program using

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    and stipends are available at select institutions The CALS Exchange Coordinator is available by appointment for assistance with program selection financial and travel planning registration credit obtaining a student visa for host country and pre departure programming Whether you re completely new to the idea or you ve been planning to study abroad since you were in elementary school we want you to feel supported every step of the way The CALS International Exchange Program Selection Criteria We take great pride in our students selected to attend a CALS Exchange Program The criteria for selection are based on a combination of 1 grades and academic preparation and 2 personal suitability as assessed by interview with exchange coordinator personal essay and academic references While grades especially for some partner universities are a major factor they are not the sole criterion for selection Students who are concerned about their academic performance have the opportunity to improve their application by taking extra care with their essay and other application components Applicants must have no pending disciplinary action against them Any past or current disciplinary actions must be disclosed during the application process and may be grounds for barring participation by CALS and or the host institution Students may not participate in semester exchange while on disciplinary or academic probation Students may apply while on probation but any conditional approval is contingent upon removal from probation before participation Successful applicants must Demonstrate good interpersonal skills the ability to study in an overseas environment and enthusiasm to be an ambassador of Cornell University and CALS Be a current full time CALS student except for EPFL which is also open to ENG students with at least two full time semesters of study before commencing exchange period Meet minimum requirements of host university GPA foreign language ability prerequisites study focus etc Apply by CALS application deadlines Step One Meet with Exchange Coordinator The Exchange Coordinator meets personally with every student interested in going on an exchange During this time she will pre screen you for eligibility and answer any questions you might have Step Two Application Apply for the CALS Exchange Program using our new online system hosted by CU Abroad s website Get your proposed courses you want to take abroad signed off by your major advisor Complete the host partner institution s application we will provide to you and submit for you unless it s submitted online Apply for housing at partner institution or host location unless you have to wait for your acceptance letter Step Three Nomination Our office nominates you to our exchange partner and will advise you when you ve been accepted to the program Step Four Apply for student visa residence permit Once you receive your official acceptance letter from the partner institution you will be able to apply for your visa You will need a student visa residence permit for just about any host country in which we have partnerships It is important that you know what is needed for

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  • Programs>Brochure>Cornell University
    program selection financial and travel planning registration credit obtaining a student visa for host country and pre departure programming Whether you re completely new to the idea or you ve been planning to study abroad since you were in elementary school we want you to feel supported every step of the way The CALS International Exchange Program Selection Criteria We take great pride in our students selected to attend a CALS Exchange Program The criteria for selection are based on a combination of 1 grades and academic preparation and 2 personal suitability as assessed by interview with exchange coordinator personal essay and academic references While grades especially for some partner universities are a major factor they are not the sole criterion for selection Students who are concerned about their academic performance have the opportunity to improve their application by taking extra care with their essay and other application components Applicants must have no pending disciplinary action against them Any past or current disciplinary actions must be disclosed during the application process and may be grounds for barring participation by CALS and or the host institution Students may not participate in semester exchange while on disciplinary or academic probation Students may apply while on probation but any conditional approval is contingent upon removal from probation before participation Successful applicants must Demonstrate good interpersonal skills the ability to study in an overseas environment and enthusiasm to be an ambassador of Cornell University and CALS Be a current full time CALS student except for EPFL which is also open to ENG students with at least two full time semesters of study before commencing exchange period Meet minimum requirements of host university GPA foreign language ability prerequisites study focus etc Apply by CALS application deadlines Step One Meet with Exchange Coordinator The Exchange Coordinator meets personally with every student interested in going on an exchange During this time she will pre screen you for eligibility and answer any questions you might have Step Two Application Apply for the CALS Exchange Program using our new online system hosted by CU Abroad s website Get your proposed courses you want to take abroad signed off by your major advisor Complete the host partner institution s application we will provide to you and submit for you unless it s submitted online Apply for housing at partner institution or host location unless you have to wait for your acceptance letter Step Three Nomination Our office nominates you to our exchange partner and will advise you when you ve been accepted to the program Step Four Apply for student visa residence permit Once you receive your official acceptance letter from the partner institution you will be able to apply for your visa You will need a student visa residence permit for just about any host country in which we have partnerships It is important that you know what is needed for your visa don t worry we will walk you through this process We even host visa sessions for

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