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- November 9 at 6pm: go to Brazil with Universidade Federal Fluminense
This new partner, located in Niteroi on the other side of Rio Bay (30 min by bus), is offering two weeks of intensive Portuguese language courses before the start of the semester, either online or face-to-face. This will enable you to get up to speed and quickly integrate into your new environment. The Universidade Federal Fluminence is committed to this project and has partnered with a solar energy production project in Rio’s favelas. All AMU students can apply (except medical students), but this experience will be of particular interest to MASNI students!
- November 10 at 8 or 9 a.m. (time to be confirmed): go to Japan with Meiji University
Located in Tokyo, Meiji University is one of Japan’s oldest and most prestigious universities. Students from ALLSH, IAE, FEG and FDSP will be particularly interested in this exchange!
- November 14 at 9 a.m.: go to China with Beijing Normal University
Located in the capital, Beijing, Beijing Normal University is one of China’s oldest and most prestigious universities. FEG and FDSP students will be particularly interested in this exchange!
- November 16 at 5pm: off to the USA with the University of Connecticut
The University of Connecticut in the USA is one of AMU’s new partners. The university is particularly renowned in the field of law, and offers its students an American-style campus located in Storrs, a small university town 1h30 from Boston. All AMU students can apply (except medical students), but places are reserved for FDSP students!
- November 17 at 12:30 pm (in Spanish): off to Chile with the Universidad de Santiago de Chile
This new partner, located in the heart of Chile’s capital Santiago, is one of the country’s most renowned universities. The campus, which combines historic and modern buildings, extends over 31 hectares!
All AMU students can apply for an exchange at this university, but this experience will be of particular interest to MASNI, LEA and Spanish LLCE students.