How to apply
The exchange programme is open to students coming from one of School of Engineering partner universities. These students are formally nominated by their home universities. Students from these partner universities are welcome as exchange students to School of Engeering
Once selected and nominated by their home university to School of Engineering, they are required to apply. The students will receive by e-mail username and password to be able to apply online and to fill out the personal information and selecting the courses.
The required documents
- Choice of Course Confirmation. The students must print out the Choice of Course Confirmation and have it signed both by the students and the coordinator at their home university.
- Transcript of records. The transcript of records is an official document issued by your home university, which includes courses and grades of previous and current higher education study
The required documents must be uploaded in the online application system before the application deadline.
Last day to apply and to send the required documents
- May 1 for students wishing to begin studies in August (autumn/fall semester)
- October 15 for students wishing to begin studies in January (spring semester). The application documents must reach the School of Engineering by these deadlines.
Students applying for projects and final project work (thesis) must apply october 1.
The letter of acceptance
The application can take between 2 to 3 weeks to be processed. We kindly ask for your patience.Students within Europe will only receive the letters of acceptance by email (if you don’t request the originals). Students from outside Europe will receive it by email and to the home address.
Full time load is 30 credits per semester. Please notice the prerequisites for each course and that there are some courses that have special restrictions! Master level students may select courses in both Bachelor and Master level. Bachelor level students may only select courses in the Bachelor level.
Courses that do not attract a minimum number of participant may be cancelled. In that case students must choose another course. In addition, it is possible that some courses may clash with each other. Thus, it is important that all exchange students select alternative courses in the online application. School of Engineering also reserves the right to limit exchange student enrolment in classes that are at capacity.
The general prerequisite for bachelor exchange students is at least one year of completed university studies at the home institution before the exchange semester. For applicants interested in master level courses, we recommend prerequisites with the equivalence of a bachelor degree of at least three or four years. When signing the choice of courses - confirmation the home institution certifies that the student fulfil the prerequisites for each chosen course.
English language requirements
Generally speaking, the home university guarantees a student's fluency in English, by signing a course confirmation statement. Although language test scores are not formally required, all students are expected to meet the university's minimum English requirements and students must receive a signature from a representative of their home university guaranteeing their fluency in English. Students without the adequate level of English run the risk of failing the course.
Study levels and grades
|G1N||First cycle, has only upper-secondary level entry requirements|
|G1F||First cycle, has less than 60 credits in first-cycle courses as entry requirements|
|G1E||First cycle, contains specially designed degree project of Higher Education Diploma|
|G2F||First cycle, has at least 60 credits in first-cycle courses as entry requirements|
|G2E||First cycle, has at least 60 credits in first-cycle courses as entry requirements, contains degree project for Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science|
- Fail or pass
- Fail or 3 (pass), 4 (good), 5 (very good)
ECTS Grading Table
In order to pursue the objective of making European grades more transparent, the ECTS grading scale based on a predetermined percentage structure with grades A-F, is to be replaced by the ECTS grading table (EGT). EGT will provide in a standard table form the statistical distribution of the grades. In other words, instead of trying to fit existing grading practices in a standard distribution scale, universities need only to determine the actual percentage of students that receive each ‘local’ grade.
The EGT table for each course will be included in the transcript of records for students who’ve studied at School of Engineering.
For more information about our Academic Calendar at JU, please check: Academic Calendar.
Content updated 2019-03-20