Exchange Programs

Champlain College's Exchange Programs allow Burlington undergraduate students to spend a semester immersed in another culture as they live and study at one of our exchange institutions. This also an excellent opportunity to diversify our Burlington campus as we welcome students from our exchange partners for a semester or full academic year.

Study-Abroad Partner Schools

Scotland

Abertay University

In​ ​Scotland, Champlain students​ ​can choose to study at Abertay University.  Abertay​ is a school of about 4,000 students and is well known throughout Europe for their prominent Computer Games programs.

Abertay, situated in Dundee, is a small college town located on the east coast of Scotland, less than an hours train ride from Edinburgh. With an urban area of 25 square miles, and a population of 150,000, it's easy to get around Dundee and meet new people!

New Zealand

Auckland University of Technology (AUT)

New Zealand is one of the safest travel destinations in the world, and Auckland is ranked third on Mercer's global 2012 Quality of Life Survey. With a vibrant metropolitan area and breathtaking views, Auckland is a gateway to the ocean, beaches and snow-capped mountains. You'll get to know Auckland by tasting your way through the many restaurants and vineyards and by exploring not only the urban attractions but also the scenic ones. Take a weekend to see the rest of the country and find the locations where the Lord of the Rings movies were filmed.

What Can I Study?

Auckland University of Technology's course offerings fit across majors with a variety of professional, liberal arts and interdisciplinary options that provide students with an understanding of New Zealand culture as well as develop their global perspective. If you are interested in studying abroad for a semester, you have an option to partake in a fully supervised internship, giving you a unique experience in the New Zealand workplace.

France

ESC Rennes School of Business in Rennes

In France, Champlain students study at the ESC Rennes School of Business, a college of approximately 450 students that is located a short 10-minute walk from the center of Rennes.

Rennes, the capital of Brittany, is regarded as one of the most appealing places to live in all of France—and that's saying a lot. It's also just two hours from both Paris and London.

Netherlands

HES School of Economics and Business

Honoring a tradition in business studies that goes back to 1867, HES School of Economics and Business is one of the largest single-faculty institutions of professional business education in the Netherlands. It offers a wide range of business-oriented programs preparing students for bachelor's and master's degrees. Support courses in the degree programs include subjects such as foreign languages, law and psychology.

The school also offers specially designed international programs, which are taught in English, including undergraduate double degree programs with partner schools in Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Spain and Sweden. As a result of this, nearly one-third of the institute's international students gather in Amsterdam each year from all over Europe, the United States, Canada, Mexico, Africa, Australia and Asia to complete their international business studies.

Morocco

Al Akhawayn University

Inaugurated in 1995 by the late King Hassan II of Morocco and the late King Fahd of Saudi Arabia, Al Akhawayn University redefines the classic American liberal arts educational experience on an architecturally stunning, modern campus amidst the glory of Morocco's Middle Atlas Mountains. Some of the features of the school include:

  • Uniquely international common core program for all undergraduate students, providing the basis for a well-rounded, global Moroccan education.
  • Rich academic experience, with courses taught in English and an atmosphere that encourages choice and experimentation in all schools and programs of study.
  • Comfortable, safe and exciting residential student life on campus and in Ifrane, featuring hundreds of University student-run activities.
  • More than 96% of undergraduates live on campus with roommates from around Morocco and around the world, creating a diverse community.
  • The peaceful city of Ifrane, a center for outdoor exploration, features mountains, streams, lakes and more as well as many urban entertainment options and easy access to locations such as Rabat, Casablanca, Fez and Meknes.