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University-Wide Exchange Agreements

The University of Gothenburg has broad, University-wide exchange agreements with a long list of universities around the world, and these exchange opportunities are open to all students at the University of Gothenburg regardless of field of study. Click each region to see which countries and universities are available.
Keep in mind that although these exchange opportunities are technically available to all students regardless of field of study, you need to ensure that the universities you are interested in offer courses that fit into your study programme at the University of Gothenburg. Thus, you should always contact the responsible study counsellor/international coordinator at your Faculty/Department to discuss at what point in your programme studies abroad would be appropriate and what factors you should consider when choosing a country and host university.

The Application for the academic year 2022/2023 will open December 10 (2021). 


Important information about exchange studies Fall 2021 due to covid-19

GU has decided to allow studies and internships abroad again from the spring semester 2021, provided that it is in line with the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs' travel recommendations and that the receiving university / equivalent is prepared to receive the student and that it complies with the recipient country's entry regulations and other guidelines. Since the conditions can change quickly, however, it is of the utmost importance that you as a student in consultation with the study counselor have an alternative plan to fall back on if the stay abroad needs to be canceled.

Page Manager: Lena Pedersen|Last update: 10/22/2018
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Print date: 2021-10-26

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