What is a study abroad program?
A study-abroad program tends to be set up on a one way basis and allows individual students or groups of students the opportunity to study at a university or institution on a short-term basis.
Semester Programs: Study abroad can take place during a semester if a student wishes to study at a non-partner university. While Mount Allison's many exchange programs offer a wide range of international options, some students wish to study at other universities in other countries. Students who intend to register at a non-partner university as a "free-moving" or visiting student are not regarded as Mount Allison exchange students and must therefore follow a different application process.
Summer Programs: The summer provides an excellent opportunity for Mount Allison students to continue their studies abroad. Mount Allison offers a variety of summer study abroad programs, as do our partner universities and institutions.