Where do our students come from?
“We’ve heard great things about Asia Exchange, particularly about your programs in Indonesia and Thailand.” – Mr. Andy Wilcox, Business Associate, The Harvard Advocate, Harvard University
Asia Exchange welcomes students from any country in the world to its programs.
During our history, we’ve had 4000 students from 400 universities and 50 different nationalities studying at our partner universities in Asia. We are lucky to add to this number constantly as well as to receive applications from countries new to us. We welcome students from any university around the world into our programs.
When Asia Exchange was first established in 2007 in Finland, most of our students came from Finland and Germany. By now, we’ve had students from every university in Finland as well as students from dozens of German universities throughout the country.
Today, we’re proud to be able to provide our students genuinely international study abroad experiences in Asia. One semester in a given program often hosts students from a dozen different countries. In addition to our students getting to know Asian culture and language, they will also meet and befriend students from all over the world – their peers in the program. You can also apply together with friends.
Our students come from…
Below, you can see a list of some of the universities our students come from.
The number in brackets after the name of the university reflects its national ranking according to Webometrics in 2015, e.g. University of Vienna has been ranked as the no.1 university in Austria.
University of Vienna (1st)
Vienna University of Technology (2nd)
Universität Innsbruck (3rd)
University of Wollongong (13th) Charles Darwin University (35th)
University of Toronto (2nd)
Masyrak University (2nd)
University of Economics in Prague (11th)
Peking University (1st)
University of Copenhagen (1st)
Aarhus University (3rd)
Aalborg University (4th)
Copenhagen Business School (6th)
Roskilde University (7th)
University of Helsinki (1st) Aalto University (2nd)
University of Oulu (3rd)
University of Turku (4th) Jyväskylä University (5th)
Institut Catholique de Lille (in the top 15 business schools in Europe – Financial Times)
Kedge Business School (29th in the category of business schools in Europe – Financial Times)
University of Montpellier 1 (14th) University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (18th)
Ruprecht Karls Universität Heidelberg (1st)
Ludwig Maximilians Universität München (2nd)
Universität Hamburg (3rd)
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (4th)
Freie Universität Berlin (6th) Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (7th)
Free University of Bolzano-Bozen (6th) Università Federico II di Napoli and University of Verona (18th)
University of Oslo (1st)
Leiden University (5th) University of Groningen (6th) University of Utrecht (7th) Maastricht University (8th)
Hogeschool van Amsterdam HvA (14th)
Avans University of Applied Sciences (21st)
Complutense University of Madrid (2nd)
Autonomous University of Barcelona (6th)
Uppsala University (1st) Linkoping University (6th)
Stockholm University (7th)
Umeå University (8th)
Örebro University (13th) Linnaeus University (14th)
The United States
Arizona State University
Humboldt State University
John Carroll University
Oregon State University
Plymouth State University
San Diego State University
University of Florida
University of Georgia
University of North Texas
University of Oregon
University of Texas At Dallas
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like more information on our students and their home universities.