Fall Semester 2020
Fall Semester 2020
University: University of Manchester (UoM)
Student body: 40,140
International students at university: 11,050
The College’s agreement enables students to study in any academic discipline within the university. Faculties include:
Specialist pathways are also available to exchange students. These pathways provide students with specific skills in a range of areas.
Language of instruction: English
Course equivalencies: Review the Credit Transfer Service to see how courses might be articulated to your IU record. Courses that are not in the database will need to be evaluated by IU faculty.
Grades + Transcripts: UoM uses a numeric grading system from 0-100%. The pass mark is 40%.
At the student’s request, IU departments will review courses to determine how they will apply to your degree. Please note that IU does not accept Pass/Fail.
Fall semester: September 21-December 18, 2020
Students will need to arrive in Manchester in advance of the semester start date; the suggested date will be provided upon acceptance.
[Academic Year: September 21, 2020-June 11, 2021]
Student visa information: Students will apply for Tier 4 (General) student visa.
UoM will issue a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) for an exchange student to apply for a visa.
Air travel: Exchange students will be responsible for arranging and purchasing their own round-trip international airline tickets for dates appropriate for the term at the host university. Exchange students should only purchase tickets once UoM has confirmed the dates of arrival. Students who are nominated for the exchange are eligible for a travel grant from OIA.
Nearest international airport: Manchester Airport (MAN)
Housing: Students studying abroad at UoM for a year are guaranteed a room in Manchester accommodation. Students coming for one semester only are not guaranteed a room, but under normal circumstances are usually allocated one.
Applications for housing are available online after admission into the exchange program.
Pre-departure orientation: The College OIA will provide an in-person orientation near the end of the fall semester to help students prepare for their programs.
Departure preparation + arrival details: UoM offers students an orientation program and an arrival guide that will help ease the transition for exchange students.
Estimated costs per semester:
Student eligibility requirements:
For this exchange program, students must be nominated by the College Office of International Affairs (OIA).
Questions can be directed to the College Office of International Affairs at collOIA@indiana.edu.