The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill / ノースカロライナ大学チャペルヒル校

 

North_Carolina North_Carolina
Number of students 2  1(Updated:November 18, 2016)
Eligibility Students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program
Period of study August 2017 - May 2018
Location 2009 FedEx Global Education Center, CB#3130 Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-3130, U.S.A
University profile The University of North Carolina (UNC) sits at the heart of Chapel Hill, a picturesque town buzzing with cultural and artistic vitality. This quintessential college town offers an international ambiance, great communities, dynamic downtown areas, and a beautiful natural setting. UNC opened its doors in 1795, making it the oldest public university in the US. It offers an exceptional college experience for students who want to increase their understanding of the needs of the world around them. Its nationally acclaimed academic programs offer opportunities for public service, leadership, global study, and undergraduate and graduate research.
Undergraduate programs open to exchange students Courses offered in the General College of Arts & Sciences numbered between 100-699 are available to undergraduate exchange students.
Please visit http://studyabroad.unc.edu/incoming/xcourses.cfm for a list of the departments available to you.
You can also visit http://www.unc.edu/ugradbulletin/depts/index.html and click each individual department to see different types of courses that are offered here at UNC. Please note that this is a comprehensive list of every course that COULD be offered in any given semester, and not all courses in this bulletin will be offered each semester. Course schedules will be made available for the fall 2015 semester in late February/early March, and for the spring 2016 semester in mid-September.
Undergraduate programs NOT open to exchange students Professional Schools (Business, Journalism, Public Health, Pharmacy, Nursing, Medicine, and Law)
Graduate programs open to exchange students Courses offered in the General College of Arts & Sciences numbered 400 and above are available to graduate exchange students.
Please visit http://studyabroad.unc.edu/incoming/xcourses.cfm for a list of the departments available to you.
You can also visit http://www.unc.edu/gradrecord/programs/deptintro.html and click each individual department to see different types of courses that are offered here at UNC. Please note that this is a comprehensive list of every course that COULD be offered in any given semester, and not all courses in this record will be offered each semester. Course schedules will be made available for the fall 2016 semester in late February/early March, and for the spring 2017 semester in early October.
Graduate programs NOT open to exchange students Professional Schools (Business, Journalism, Public Health, Pharmacy, Nursing, Medicine, Law, Social Work and Government)
Minimum GPA (UG) 3.0 on 4-point scale
Minimum GPA (G) 3.0 on 4-point scale
Minimum language proficiency  (UG) TOEFL iBT 100 or IELTS 7.5
Minimum language proficiency (G) TOEFL iBT 100 or IELTS 7.5
Academic calendar 2016 FALL SEMESTER:
 Classes begin: August 22, 2016
 Exams end: December 16, 2016

2017 SPRING SEMESTER:
 Classes begin: January 11, 2017
 Exams end: May 9, 2017
Important university website for exchange students http://studyabroad.unc.edu/incoming
Scholarship information N/A
Dormitory information http://studyabroad.unc.edu/incoming/housing_options.cfm
Other information Information on UNC's health insurance policy can be found by visiting https://campushealth.unc.edu/charges-insurance/mandatory-student-health-insurance;
Study Abroad Administration Fee of $100 will be charged to exchange students during the first semester of enrollment.