Term 1 2022 Universidad de Guadalajara Virtual Student Exchange Program

Published: 5 Oct 2021

Summary:  Virtual Student Exchange at Universidad de Guadalajara for T1 2022  

Delivery Mode: Virtual 

Program Type:  Exchange

Destination: Mexico 

Program Dates: 5 January 2022 - June 2022

UNSW Application Deadline: 

Monday 1 November 2021 11:59 pm. Late applications cannot be accepted


Students participating in the Universidad de Guadalajara Virtual Student Exchange Program in T1 2022 will only be able to take the courses specified in the partner’s Virtual Course Catalog, without exceptions. Classes will be taught 100% online and students can register from 1 to 6 subjects from the virtual course catalog. The courses chosen must be from only one University Centre. Students are not able not be able to choose courses from more than one University Centre (campus).

Applicants must submit a Language certificate/UNSW completion of Spanish language courses. Spanish proficiency B2 is preferred; however the partner may accept Spanish proficiency B1: equivalent to completion of UNSW Advanced Spanish A and/or B or completion of UNSW Intermediate Spanish B.

UNSW Eligibility Requirements

For UNSW virtual exchange eligibility requirements please see the Virtual Exchange section of the Student Exchange Tutorial


Enrolment and Fees

Limited exchange places available.  Successful students will be enrolled in specific exchange course code(s) at UNSW for the terms they are undertaking their virtual exchange courses. Students continue to pay their tuition fees to UNSW. 


How to Apply:

Please apply through the Virtual Exchange Application by Monday 1 November 2021 11:59 pm.. Late applications cannot be accepted.


Transfer of Credit:

If you are selected for this virtual student exchange program, you will be required to get partner university courses approved for credit by your UNSW Faculty. This is a condition of participating in the virtual student exchange program. Further information about the course approval process will be sent to you once you have submitted your application.  Information is also available in the Student Exchange Tutorial

Please make sure you research the partner university online courses carefully to find suitable options for your degree.

When researching courses for virtual exchange, keep in mind that elective courses and general education courses do not necessarily need to match specific UNSW courses. This will give you more flexibility and it is also a great opportunity to take an online course at an overseas university that is not available at UNSW! For more information about the course matching process, please visit the Virtual Exchange section of the  Student Exchange Tutorial


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