Students can use federal financial aid (except work study) and Westminster scholarships for an exchange program. Tuition remission and tuition exchange can also be used for an exchange program. All Tuition Remission and Tuition Exchange forms must be reviewed by the employee, parent, supervisor, International Center, Human Resources and Financial Aid. Students can also apply for additional scholarships.
Technik und Wirtschaft des Saarlandes, commonly referred to as HTW Saar, is a multi-campus university in Saarbrücken, Germany. HTW Saar is the largest University of Applied Sciences in the state of Saarland with 5600 students and a staff of over 300. Currently, there are 860 international students from over 60 countries learning together. Exchange students studying at HTW can take courses taught in English in the Business School. Due to differences in the academic calendar, spring semester is ideal for participating in the exchange program. The spring semester at HTW is from late April to the end of July. Students will choose courses in coordination with their faculty advisor to ensure course transfer. Courses include Marketing and Market Research, International Contract Law, Intercultural Communication, International Marketing, Management Accounting, Strategic Management, and Foreign Trade and Payments. Housing cost: 1,000–2,500 Euro per semester.
Saxion University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest institutions of higher education in the Netherlands, with over 24,000 students. Saxion University has a rich history—its roots can be traced back to 1875. The international student population tops 2,500 students with a total of 55 different nationalities. Many of Saxion's full-time educational courses are already conducted in English, with more being added each year. The international classrooms are made up of a mix of students from all over the world. In this way, Saxion University provides a truly multi-cultural experience in which all students can compare experiences with and learn from fellow students of different backgrounds and nationalities. Exchange students studying at Saxion University can take courses taught in English through the School of Marketing and International Management located at the Enschede campus. Courses include International Marketing, International Economics, International and European Law, Cultural Management, and Analysis of an International Company. Housing cost: 2,500 Euro per semester. The university also estimates that students spend around 350 Euro per month for meals, books, transportation, and other expenses. http://www.saxion.nl/exchange.mim