International Partnership Agreements
Cooperative Agreement Partners
UWF currently has Cooperative Agreements (to exchange faculty and researchers) with:
Institutions with Cooperative Agreements are not open for student exchange.
The University of West Florida offers a variety of international exchange programs for students at the University. All Reciprocal Exchange Students enroll and pay UWF tuition and fees. Tuition and fees are waived at the host university, with all academic credit earned at the host institution being credited to UWF.
Students must apply through uwf.abroadoffice.net for exchange study.
UWF currently has student exchanges partnerships with the following institutions:
Partners in Asia
Partners in Europe
Ecole Superieure du Commerce Exterieur (ESCE) (Limited to Business Only)
Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales dAngers (ESSCA) (ESSCA Campuses in Angers, Paris, Shanghai, and Budapest are included in UWF exchange)
Fachhochschule Bielefeld - University of Applied Sciences (Limited to Business Only)
University of Malaga (Spanish Proficiency Required)
FHNW - University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland (Limited to Business Only)
ZHAW - Zurich University of Applied Sciences Winterthur (Limited to Business Only)
Nottingham Trent University in England (Limited to Business Only)
Partners in Central and South America
Universidad de Costa Rica (Spanish Proficiency Required)
Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa, Mexico (Spanish Proficiency Required)
Affiliated Study Abroad Providers
Affiliated Study Abroad Providers work with UWF to provide transfer credit programs for locations on which UWF may not have an exchange partner or faculty-led program. Some Affiliated providers also offer customized Internationship placements. Affiliated provider programs are listed in the UWF offerings in the Study Abroad Programs Database.
Current Affiliated Study Abroad Providers include:
Developing New Partnership Agreements
The University of West Florida is always interested in exploring new partnerships. Please see the guidelines on developing international agreements.