Welcome, incoming graduate exchange participants
Congratulations on your nomination to participate in the exchange program with Indiana University. Exchange participants may study or conduct research on the Indiana University Bloomington campus.
If you are enrolling in courses, you must apply for admission to Indiana University. Because IU Bloomington has a broad range of academic disciplines, you should carefully review the available academic programs before starting your application for admission.
To participate in the exchange, you must possess the equivalent of a baccalaureate degree or similar certification prior to enrollment at Indiana University as a nondegree exchange participant.
English proficiency is an important factor in your potential success. Should you propose to come to the United States for a period of intensive English study prior to your enrollment, you should notify the Office of International Partnerships. Such additional English study will be at your expense.
Before you apply
Before you start the application for admission, review the list of academic programs and identify the one that most closely matches your current program of study. You will be asked to select this academic program on your application.
Exchange students may not apply for admission to any academic program in the Kelley School of Business or the Maurer School of Law.
If you are a Freie Universität Berlin (FUB) student, you are restricted to academic programs offered in the College of Arts and Sciences.
If you are a Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) or National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) student, you may enroll in courses for credit or focus primarily on research. To enroll in courses, you must apply and be admitted to IU.