Qualified second and third year students have the chance to participate in an exchange program for one or two semesters at one of our partner universities overseas and have the credits earned transferred back to Sol International School. Students must fulfill the criteria set by both Sol International School and the host university in order to make their outbound experience as memorable and enjoyable as possible.
Generally, students who go on exchange pay tuition to Sol International School. They are not required to pay tuition or enrollment fees to the host university, but they do pay other expenses such as residence, activity fees, medical insurance, flights, etc. to the host university. In some instances, however, the agreement between Sol International School and the host university may require students to pay tuition (and other costs) to the host university in which case they are treated as Study Abroad students. Students are advised to consult with the Student Services Manager about the payment terms before selecting a host university.