International Exchange Opportunities

Study Abroad and stand out from the crowd!

Student Exchange programs in the Faculty of Architecture allow students to expand their horizons, meet new people and have new adventures. Studying abroad gives students the experiences to change how they perceive the world.  It helps them to learn outside their comfort zone, and enables them to expand their life skills to be a true global citizen. The Exchanges programs are not just about learning, but also about having fun!

 

The Faculty of Architecture has three exchange programs with the following institutions:
Ku Leuven University (KLU - Belguim)
Technical University Munich (TUM - Germany)
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU - Sweden).

The following students are eligible to participate in an exchange opportunity:

3rd and 4th year B.Env.D (Architecture), Master of Architecture
Ku Leuven University    and Technical University Munich                    

3rd and 4th year B.Env.D (Interior Environments), Master of Interior Design

Ku Leuven University                                

3rd and 4th year B.Env.D (Landscape & Urbanism), Master of Landschape Architecture
Technical University Munich  and  Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Master of City Planning – (SLU, Ku Leuven)

Ku Leuven University and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

To learn more about studying abroad contact:
Yvonne Halden
Faculty Exchange Coordinator
204 474 8769
yvonne.halden@umanitoba.ca

 

Outbound Exchange
Opportunitites Process

Inbound Exchange
Opportunitites Process


For more University of Manitoba International Exchange opportunities visit the International Centre for further information.

 

Testimonial

Garth Woolison MLA (SLU- Sweden)
"My year in Sweden has contributed greatly to my education, not only through the variety of courses and material studied, but the experience of not simply visiting, but living in another locale. Having the opportunity to work in both Uppsala and Alnarp, I gained a well-rounded feeling for the Swedish culture, their affinity for the natural environment, the importance of community, and their adoration of fika (the ritualistic love for coffee breaks)! To be Swedish is to spend time outdoors, and with an extensive and well-maintained urban and rural cycling network and abundance of naturalized areas, this made it easy to explore the greater part of many cities and the picturesque countryside. It is a great opportunity for any student pursuing to further their experience in the Landscape or Urbanism field.”