Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, United Kingdom
With campuses located at Cambridge & Chelmsford, Anglia Ruskin University offers a nice country setting for Marshall students. Only an hour from London, students can enjoy the Cambridge but easily get to the city. Currently open to Business and Journalism majors, other majors are being added so inquire at the office regarding other studies. Tuition and fees are paid to Marshall, room and board costs are paid to Anglia.
Rennes 2 University, Rennes, France
Located in north-west France, Rennes 2 University offers courses ranging from fine arts and literature, to languages, human and social sciences and sports science. Scholarships in the amount of $3,000USD for a semester and $5,000USD for an academic year are available. Please contact the Study Abroad Office for more information.
Université Catholique de Lyon, Ecole Supérieure de Commerce et Management, Lyon, France
Ecole Supérieure de Commerce et Management (ESDES) is located in France’s third largest city within the Rhône-Alpes region. Open to all business majors, ESDES is in an ideal location for travel with and international airport and two train stations and conveniently being just two hours from Paris, Geneva, and the Riviera by train. All classes are taught in English and beginner to advanced level French classes are available. Students may reside in dormitories, independent apartments, or housed with families. Tuition is paid to Marshall, room and board costs depend on your choice of residence.
Kansai Gaidai University, Osaka, Japan
Kansai Gaidai offers a variety of courses, so most majors are able to partake in the program. Tuition and room and board are all paid to Marshall. For those wishing to delve into the language and culture of the area, homestay options are available in addition to dormitories and apartments. Students wishing to participate must be recommended by Dr. Natsuki Anderson.
Chukyo University, Nagoya, Japan
Chukyo University in Japan is a tuition only exchange, room and board costs depend on your choice of residence. This particular exchange is for those seeking fluency and have achieved a higher level of difficulty in Japanese. Students wishing to participate must be recommended by Dr. Natsuki Anderson.
ISEP offers placement in 42 countries at over 300 universities. Outgoing students may apply with the ISEP Direct program.