Department of Academic Affairs
UMB may admit applicants on exchange programmes (Erasmus, Nordplus & Bilateral) as non-degree students provided that academic requirements are fulfilled.
There is no GPA requirement for students admitted from UMB's partner institutions. However, there may be an English language requirement which must be fulfilled. Please check with your home institution.
If applications are received within the deadline and the applicant is approved for admission, accommodation can be applied for. Please see rules and regulations for housing
The application must include a copy of the applicant’s passport and a certified copy of her/his university transcript. Please note that all documentation should be sent through exchange coordinator in home institution. Courses40% of the courses at UMB are given in English
. The following general distinctions can be made regarding courses at UMB:
100-level/lower division bachelor courses focus on basic knowledge and working skills within a subject, as a basis for further studies or work.
200-level/upper division bachelor courses develop a critical and more in-depth understanding of the field. It is assumed that students have a basic knowledge of the subject at an introductory level before taking the course.
300-level/master level courses require a greater amount of high-level intellectual skill such as synthesis of knowledge from different fields, evaluation and the ability to conduct critical analysis. In general, 300-level courses are taken in the second year of the master programme.
Please see the course catalogue
- Bilateral Application form (doc)
- Erasmus Application Form
- Learning Agreement (doc)
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