The UCF College of Business Administration (CBA) exchange program with Malardalen University in Sweden provides an opportunity for UCF business students to experience and be able to compare business education and professional practice in Sweden versus the USA. Mälardalen University (abbreviated MDH) is one of Sweden’s largest institutes of higher education. The University has over 14,000 students studying in 52 programs. MDH is characterized by close partnerships with businesses and the public sector in the region, making the University attractive to students - and MDH students attractive on the labor market. MDH is situated in the densely populated and expansive region around Lake Mälaren, about one hour by train from Stockholm and Uppsala.
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- UCF GPA: 2.75
- Must be a pre-business or business major
- Must be in good standing (academic, conduct and financial) with UCF
- Must be registered full-time while participating in the exchange
- Must have at least one semester left to graduate, upon returning from your semester abroad
To discuss coursework, schedule an appointment with Holly Bouma, Associate Director of International Programs, CBA, email@example.com
Selected participants must meet with their Academic Advisor to discuss and register for the appropriate coursework. Coursework completed through the program may count as equivalent UCF course credit and/or as restricted or general elective credit.
All applications will be reviewed by the UCF College of Business Administration and selected applicants will be notified of how to follow up. Assessment of the applications will be based on the academic qualifications of the applicant, as well as fit with the courses that the applicant has taken. UCF does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation and/or veteran status.
Exchange Student Information
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Country Specific Information
IIE: A Student Guide to Study Abroad