Exchange agreements exist at two levels: Anderson-specific and UNM. In either case, students may spend a semester or year at the foreign partner school while paying UNM tuition and earning UNM credit.
The key to a successful exchange experience is advanced planning. It is important that you have courses pre-approved for Anderson credit (i.e., your planned schedule should be submitted to your adviser before you enroll), so that a maximum number of credits will be applied toward your degree requirements.
In terms of study abroad locations, students have many options spanning the globe.
Some of the partner universities and locations where students may study include the following. Programs that offer courses in English are indicated with the symbol. Programs that offer summer courses/programs are indicated with the symbol. Programs that offer internships are indicated with the symbol.