|Restrictions:||UMD applicants only|
|Class Eligibility:||Junior, Senior, Sophomore||Credit Type:||Transfer Credit|
|Language of Instruction:||English||Language Prerequisite:||No|
|Minimum GPA:||3.0||Non-UMD students eligible to apply:||No|
|Interview required?:||No||Visa process required for US citizens?:||Yes|
Cass Business School
What’s the scoop?
Host InstitutionCass Business School, City University London, is the only business school that is located in the City of London – one of the world’s most dynamic financial centers. Ranked 12th in Europe by the Financial Times and the undergraduate program ranked 3rd in the UK by The Guardian, Cass Business School is well regarded in business education.
As one of the largest financial centers in the world, there is no better place to study business than the capital of the United Kingdom. In addition to the business sectors that make the city exciting, London is a center of the arts, entertainment, fashion, and tourism. With enough neighborhoods and sites (Buckingham Palace, Parliament, the London Eye – just to name a few) to keep a visitor busy, students will not want to leave!
What do I take?
Students can choose from variety of business courses.
Language of Instruction: All courses are taught in English
For a full course list visit Cass Business School’s website.
Note that UMD cannot guarantee that a particular course will be offered in any given semester at Cass.
Credit for courses taken at UMD exchange institutions will be accepted as transfer credit. Courses must be pre-approved by Education Abroad and the student’s academic advisor(s). Courses must be taken for a letter grade and students must receive the equivalent grade of C- or better in order to receive credit towards their UMD academic record. The grades for transfer credit courses are not factored into their cumulative GPA and do not show up on their UMD transcript.
When can I go?
Fall Semester: September 25, 2013 – December 13, 2013
Spring Semester: January 22, 2014- June 6, 2014
Where can I live?
Residence hall spaces are very limited, so most students arrange housing in the private sector with the help of City University's housing office.
What’s the cost?
University of Maryland students participating in an exchange program have the benefit of paying University of Maryland tuition rates and fees to attend the abroad institution. An exchange study abroad fee is also assessed by the Education Abroad Office and students are required to purchase UMD health insurance coverage through CISI.
The tuition and fees noted above are charged directly to the student’s UMD financial account, which means that students can apply UMD scholarships, state and federal financial aid, and alternative loans towards the cost of the exchange. Please see the Financing Study Abroad webpage for more information and available scholarship opportunities.
Housing costs are paid directly to the host institution or on-site housing agency.
For more specific information on the cost of attending this BMGT exchange, please see the BMGT Exchange Program Cost Sheet .
How do I apply?
After you've researched the exchange and made sure you meet the requirements to apply, you should begin an online MyEA application by clicking "Apply Now" above and following the instructions. Once you’ve started the application, you should also schedule a meeting with Chris Olson from the Smith School Office of Global Programs. Please visit the Smith School website for information.
Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.0
Language Requirements: None
Application Deadline: October 1 for spring admissions and March 1 for fall/full year admissions
Admissions for UMD Exchanges are competitive and applications are reviewed after the published application deadline. There may only be a select number of spaces available for semester or year study abroad at a particular host institution. If a student is nominated to participate in an exchange, then Education Abroad will assist the student with applying directly to the host university.
Who’s here to help?
Chris Olson coordinates all logistical aspects of the Cass Business School program and is responsible for program admissions. Your regional advisor assists in the advising of the Cass Business School exchange program.
Contact or make an appointment with Chris at http://ter.ps/clolson.
Additional Resources and Information
· Host Institution Website: http://www.cass.city.ac.uk
· Host Institution Exchange Student Website.
· Host Institution Academic Calendar.
· UMD Transfer Credit Center: http://www.tce.umd.edu/tclookup.html
· Visa Information: As an exchange student, you are required to obtain a visa. Please visit this website for more information.
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