ISEP Exchange: Turku - Exchange Program at University of Turku

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Students: ISEP programs are only open to students presently enrolled a an ISEP member universities. Click here to check if you are from a member school, contact the ISEP coordinator on your campus.
If your school is not a Member, please click the "Hosted at" link the top of the page and consider the Direct Enroll and Exchange option for this university or one of the other providers listed on Abroad101. 

The university’s special research units include the Archipelago Research Institute and the Sub-arctic Research Institute, both situated in appropriate and scenic locations.Students will notice more freedom at Finnish universities, and are therefor... read more

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A student studying abroad with ISEP: Turku - University of Turku
I feel like this experience increased my independence a lot. There is very little program support from ISEP, so you have to jump in, make your own friends, and create your own life. As most all of the friends that you make are going through the same experiences as you, you become your own little family. This program was extremel... - Eckerd College View Entire Review
It obviously was worthwhile. All more or less prolonged stayings abroad regardless of a country is very very educational and interesting in terms of meeting new people, learning new culture, learning different way of lives. - San Jose State University View Entire Review

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The university’s special research units include the Archipelago Research Institute and the Sub-arctic Research Institute, both situated in appropriate and scenic locations.
Students will notice more freedom at Finnish universities, and are therefore responsible for their own progress within their studies. Courses are assessed by written essays and/or exams at the end of each course. Since some courses run only for a few weeks, there are exams throughout the term. The typical student takes 4-6 courses per term, with each semester running approximately 18 weeks long.

Students: ISEP programs are only open to students presently enrolled a an ISEP member universities. Click here to check  If your school is not a Member, please click the "Hosted at" link the top of the page and consider the Direct Enroll and Exchange option for this university or one of the providers listed.


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  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Academic Year
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