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Last updated October, 2016
- Suitable for students wishing to take up to 300 Otago equivalent papers on exchange.
- Class Schedule
- Historical information about UO course offerings
- Academic Year: September - May
- Fall Trimester: September – December
- Winter Trimester: January – March
- Spring Trimester: March – June
- UO calendars and schedules
Course Load and Minimum Unit Requirements
Undergraduate students are required to register for at least 12 credits per term.
The UO tuition waiver scholarship, which is granted to exchange students, covers a maximum of 16 credits per term. Costs incurred for courses or programs requiring additional fees are not covered by the UO agreement.
Accommodation & the Cost of Living
Estimated Cost of Living
2016-2017 - Estimated costs include room and board, personal expenses, UO health insurance, books and a mandatory fee:
- Otago's S2 2016: USD 6,723 (one term at Oregon)
- Otago's S1 2017: USD 13,465 (two terms at Oregon)
- Tuition (up to 16 credits per term), matriculation fee, international student fee and application fee will be covered by the exchange.
Student Visa & Insurance
Information on Student Visas & Insurance for students going on exchange can be found elsewhere on this website.
- 2016 S1 MusB RG (239K PDF format)
- 2014 S1 BSc ZOOL GENE AWD (689K PDF format)
- 2013 S2 BA FIME (534K PDF format)
The University, City & Region
The University of Oregon, founded in 1876, is the state’s flagship institution. Located in Eugene, an energetic college town, the university offers academic excellence and hands-on learning opportunities in a welcoming atmosphere. Towering trees shade the 295-acre campus, where students, faculty members, and employees from a wide variety of backgrounds share a commitment to preserving the environment and pursuing innovation in more than 260 academic programs that range from Eugene to Portland and from the coast to the mountains.
The City of Eugene and Region
Eugene is known for its unique, exciting mix of arts, culture, education, scenic beauty, and passion for recreation. The Willamette and McKenzie rivers are magnets for water sports and recreation, and more than 100 parks and 2,600 acres of open space offer the perfect settings for any outdoor activity you can imagine. Also an arts and culture destination, Eugene offers festivals, performances and shows year-round. The Hult Center for the Performing Arts anchors the arts scene with two world-class theaters. Downtown is a great place to shop, dine and “people watch” with blocks of art galleries, restaurants and boutique shops.
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