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New virtual exchange opportunities for next academic year

Make knowledge travel!

Applications are now open for Virtual Exchange courses for the new semester. These are offered by world-class universities that you can attend online – no need of an airplane ticket!

Not only do you get the opportunity to enrich your portfolio and broaden your knowledge, you can also gain credits toward your study programme. And you can do all this at a time and pace that suit you.

Find out what is on offer and register before the end of the  summer break!
 Deadline for all courses is 27 August.

It only takes 3 steps! Enrollment in these courses is easy.

What we need from you is curiosity, motivation and a clear commitment to engage with the course and stay with the programme.
We like you to take full advantage of the benefits, whilst we aim to maintain high-standards of participation and completion.
* Online, flexible, free

Study at the time and place that suit you – more freedom, for free
* Enrich and broaden your portfolio

Choose electives from courses from leading universities in a diverse range of topics
* Access to expertise

World-class academic staff – enthusiastic, knowledgeable lecturers the other side of the screen
* Diverse learning experience

User-friendly courses,varied activities, multiple format content and flexible choices to optimise learning, and exclusive access to enriched content
* Connect

Be part of a global, culturally rich student community,make connections and grow your international circle

Take the steps – apply at Virtual Exchange.

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