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Exchange

Biomedical Laboratory Science, focusing Clinical Physiology

Biomedical Laboratory Science, focusing Clinical Physiology

Today's working life environment is global and characterised by multicultural and multidisciplinary teamwork. Studying or practicing abroad is an excellent way to equip yourself with new knowledge and skills and engage globally. Invest in your future now and apply to study abroad!

WHEN: semester 5, week 38 - 45
APPLICATION: one semester in advance, in semester 4 (5 February)
ASSESMENT CRITERIA: grades, amount of credits, and extra points for engagenent in JU organisations
REQUIREMENTS: General requirements for proceeding to the next semester
LENGTH: 8 weeks
SCHOLARSHIPS: you can apply for Erasmus+ traineeship scholarship for studies in Europe

CONTACT TEACHER: Emma Kramer

Possibilities:

PORTUGAL

VIETNAM

WHEN: semester 6
APPLICATION: in semester 5 (15 October for MFS)
LENGTH: min. of 8 weeks
SCHOLARSHIPS: you can apply for Erasmus+ traineeship scholarship if you plan to collect data for your thesis in Europe or Minor Field Studies scholarship (MFS) if you would like to go to a low- and middle-income country.
TIPS: start with your application early and contact the Head of your programme who can help you to get in contact with your thesis supervisor.

Read about some of the experiences from other students who have taken an exchange semester like Cecilia Olsson and Emma Filipsson who wrote their MFS thesis' in Vietnam! You can find more Travel stories via the link to the left.

Have you finished your courses and are you awaiting your degree certificate? Use this time to gain even more international experience. Recent graduates may apply to undertake an internship via Erasmus + programme. Application must be made via JU and should be made prior to the issuing of the student's degree. The entire internship period must be completed within 12 months of the date of graduation. A student who has obtained his / her degree may no longer apply for an internship.