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International exchange programs

Each year Saint Martin’s University hosts students from international partner and sister colleges and universities. Applications for exchange programs are accepted for fall and spring semesters. Contact your university for specific details regarding the exchange program agreement between Saint Martin’s and your school.

Exchange application

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Important Information

Deadlines

Applications for exchange programs are accepted for fall and spring semesters.

Application deadlines:

August term July 1
January term Nov. 1

Requirements

Application requirements for exchange students include:

  • Completed Saint Martin’s application

  • $60 application fee

  • Official university transcripts

  • Proof of English language proficiency

Transcripts:

Submit completed secondary school transcripts with your application. You can upload an unofficial copy of your transcripts to your online account or request your school official to email the transcript to intladmissions@stmartin.edu. If admitted to Saint Martin’s, you will be required to submit official transcripts.

English language proficiency:

Important: Due to TOEFL test centers being closed worldwide, ETS now allows applicants to take the TOEFL at home. Visit www.ets.org/toefl/special-home-edition and www.ets.org/s/cv/important-update for more information.

All international applicants are required to provide proof of English language proficiency. The following options are approved methods of satisfying the English language proficiency requirement. 

TOEFL (paper)TOEFL (online)IELTS (academic)TOEICPTE (academic)GTEC CBTDuolingo

Full admission525716.070048112695

Concurrent status*480-52454-705.0-5.5600-69942-471001-112590

*Concurrent status allows enrollment in ESL and approved undergraduate classes

How do I submit my exam scores?

To send your scores electronically, use the following institutional codes:

  • 4674 for the TOEFL

  • No code needed for IELTS; visit the website for more information.

You can upload an unofficial copy of your score report to your online portal. Official scores must be sent directly by the testing authority. 

How to apply

Exchange application

Submit your exchange student application online today.

Transcripts

Submit completed secondary school transcripts with your application. You can upload an unofficial copy of your transcripts to your online account or request your school official to email the transcript to intladmissions@stmartin.edu. If admitted to Saint Martin’s, you will be required to submit official transcripts.

English language proficiency

Important: Due to TOEFL test centers being closed worldwide, ETS now allows applicants to take the TOEFL at home. Visit www.ets.org/toefl/special-home-edition and www.ets.org/s/cv/important-update for more information.

All international applicants are required to provide proof of English language proficiency. The following options are approved methods of satisfying the English language proficiency requirement. 

  TOEFL (paper) TOEFL (online) IELTS (academic) TOEIC PTE (academic) GTEC CBT Duolingo
Full admission 525 71 6.0 700 48 1126 95
Concurrent status* 480-524 54-70 5.0-5.5 600-699 42-47 1001-1125 90

*Concurrent status allows enrollment in ESL and approved undergraduate classes

How do I submit my exam scores?

To send your scores electronically, use the following institutional codes:

  • 4674 for the SAT
  • 4474 for the ACT
  • 4674 for the TOEFL
  • No code needed for IELTS; visit the website for more information.

You can upload an unofficial copy of your score report to your online portal. Official scores must be sent directly by the testing authority. 

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