As one of the leading institutions in Central Asia, AUCA maintains partnerships with a number of other prestigious universities in the US, Europe and Asia. Such cooperation provides AUCA students with an opportunity to immerse themselves in cultures, learn a new language, and experience student life in a different university.
Our partnership with Bard College allows six students per semester to travel to the United States. In addition, AUCA students regularly study at our partner universities worldwide.
Sophomores and juniors with good academic standing are eligible to participate in a study abroad program. Each semester AUCA will nominate students to participate in the exchange program. In order to be considered for a nomination, interested students should submit the following documents to the International Office:
Once the applications are reviewed, two students will be nominated for a specific exchange program per semester. Some exchange programs select one student per semester or per year.
Please, see the requirements of statement purpose.
All full time undergraduate students are eligible to apply to participate in the exchange program if they:
 Certain AUCA partner schools require higher GPA. The eligibility to participate is contingent upon each partner school’s minimum GPA designation. Students must verify the minimum GPA requirement for specific program at the appropriate AUCA office coordinating the exchange program.
Please, see the full policy here.
Tuition and fees:
While partaking in an exchange program, the student is subject to the tuition fees of their home university. The student is responsible for all other expenses, such as Room and Board, insurance, visa and travel costs etc.
Generally, study abroad credits are transferred as “General credits” or “Electives”. In order to count credits towards your major you need to first consult with your academic advisor and department chair. AUCA will consider you credits only if you received a grade “C” or higher. Your study abroad grades will not be calculated into your GPA at AUCA.