Education Exchange Program

education exchange

Education Exchange Program: The word “exchange” means that a partner institute, University or school accepts a student from the other institution with whom they want to exchange for some period of time decided by the authority. Exchange students are invited to stay with a host family or in an appointed place such as an apartment, a hostel, or a student lodging. For this program costs for the program vary by the country and institution.

Education Exchange is a very broad concept which basically means when students visit different countries to complete their study under some exchange programs. Education Exchange program offers students an opportunity to study in a different country and climate experiencing the complete history and culture of another country.  Education Exchange goal is to permit diverse learners to achieve academic success.

Types of Education Exchange Programs

  • Education Exchange Global Learning programs: Education Exchange Global Learning Program are courses designed by International education authority through which this program is offered throughout the year all over the world. You can Study a language, a specific subject, culture, and/or participate in field studies or service education as part of your Western expertise with Global Learning faculty-led programs.
  • Study Abroad: There are various programs which offer educational experiences for students with no foreign language abilities to stay and study in another country. More often these programs concentrate on the cultural study of that particular country and give opportunities to learn the language. Some programs provide intensive language studies and may need previous language study. Study Abroad Programs provides you the opportunity to have the experience of the world as your classroom. Instead of picking up the things from books and the Internet, navigating a new view may open your eyes to history, culture, a new language or your heritage. Studying Abroad opens the way to self-improvement and revelation as well. As you figure out how to state ‘hi’ in a foreign Language, influence companions, to eat energizing new food, it will increase your self-confidence and teach you to upgrade yourself.
  • International Internships: Interested applicants can take part in an international internship program that may extend from a few weeks to six months of full-time work. This internship allows students to attain valuable skills while working towards a degree. Students must begin planning at least two quarters in advance for an international internship.
  • Independent Study Abroad program: This program allows you to take benefit of hundreds of study, volunteer, internship, and teaching opportunities around the globe. If you take part in an Independent Study Abroad program, you will be liable for choosing an appropriate program, clearing it through the Central Evaluation Unit, your college and in some cases your department.
  • Short-term exchange: A short-term exchange program is also called summer/intensive or cultural exchange program. This program mainly focuses on language skills, homestays, community service, or cultural activities. High school and university applicants can apply for such programs through many government or non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that organize the particular programs. A short-term exchange program is minimum for one week up to three months and doesn’t require the student to study in any particular school or institution. The applicants are exposed to an intense program that upgrades their understanding of other communities, cultures, and languages.
  • Long-term exchange: A long-term exchange is one which lasts six to ten months or up to one full year. Participants attend high school in their host countries, through a student visa. For example, typically, guest students coming to the United States have issued a J-1 cultural exchange visa or an F-1 foreign student visa. Students are assumed to unite themselves into the host family, involving themselves in the local community and surroundings. Once they are back to their home country, they are supposed to incorporate this knowledge into their daily lives, as well as give a proper presentation on their experience to their sponsors. Many exchange programs require students to be able to converse in the language of the host country, at least on a basic level. Most exchange students become smooth in the language of the host country within a few months. Some of the exchange programs, such as the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange, are government-funded programs.