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- Undergraduate level exchange.
- Suitable for students wishing to take up to 300 level Otago equivalent papers on exchange.
- Academic Year: September - May (Fall Trimester: September – December; Winter Trimester: January – March; Spring Trimester: March – June).
- Minimum course load: 12 credits per term; maximum course load: 13 credits per term.
- The course progression system is similar to Otago's.
- A 4-credit course should engage students for 120 hours over the course of the term.
- Oregon Majors/Minors
- Class Schedule
- Campus life
- The Office of International Affairs
- Disability services
- Information on student visas and insurance for students going on exchange
- U.S. Department of State
For further information about Otago Global Student Exchange, please contact an Exchange Adviser.