National Student Exchange
The National Student Exchange (NSE) program is made of 200+ universities across the United States, that also includes universities in Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam and the US Virgin Islands. NSE is a feasible opportunity offering students to study at another university for up to one year. Here is a quick video explaining the program!
Why go on exchange?
- Explore new places
- Check out future graduate schools
- Network for research and job opportunities
- Take new classes
- Try different things
- Meet new people
- Keep your scholarships and financial aid
By bringing together students from different areas of the country, NSE encourages participants to broaden their academic, social, and cultural awareness. Through a simplified admissions process, students are able to enroll at a host institution with the same financial benefits enjoyed by in-state residents. Credits and grades are recorded at MSU-Bozeman as a part of the student's permanent transcript.
To find out more about NSE member campuses, click here!
If you are interested in applying for an international program (outside of the US and Canada), click here!
For more information: Contact Emily Mason at [email protected] or visit the Academic Advising Center in Gaines Hall 130
"NSE has only had a positive impact on my personal growth. It has honestly changed my perspective on so many things just by getting to meet new people and seeing a different culture. I would recommend NSE to anyone and tell them to push through the nerves and just do it!"Kameron Armstrong, previous NSE exchange student from NMSU