These places are based on exchange agreements between the English department at Lausanne and the English departments of our partner universities. Your exchange will be primarily to study English. You may be able to attend courses and gain credits in other subjects, but this must be arranged on an individual basis.
Click on the university name in the list below to visit their English department homepage.
If you are interested in applying for one of these exchange places, you should complete the “Swiss-European Mobility Programme” form (link below) and return it and a letter of motivation to Kirsten Stirling by 20.2.2015.
In your letter of motivation please indicate the names of two members of staff who know you and your work.
You can download the form here.
Should you have any questions about the UK exchanges, you can contact Kirsten Stirling.
We have just established an exchange program at the BA & MA level with the American Studies Center at the University of Warsaw. If you are interested in studying American culture (including history, philosophy, social theory, political thought and other subjects that we don’t offer at Lausanne), please ask Agnieszka Soltysik about it. This would be especially recommended for MA students interested in the SPEC program in New American Studies.
This service handles many more exchange places. These are run on a university-wide basis, so if you apply for them you will be competing with students from other faculties in the university. There is a wider range of English-speaking countries available through the Relations internationales, including places in the United States. Click on the university name in the list below to vist the departmental home pages of English departments in universities in English-speaking countries with exchange places available for Lettres students.
|University of British Columbia, Vancouver||7||more info|
|University of Waterloo, Ontario||3||more info|
|Concordia University, Montreal (thru CREPUQ)||2||more info|
|Glendon College, York University, Toronto||2||more info|
|University of Ottowa, Ontario||4||more info|
|Simon Fraser University||2||more info|
|Bishop's University||2||more info|
For advice on North American universities, particularly on those included in the ISEP program, please contact Joanne Chassot
You can also search the Relations internationales database to find possible destinations, and further information about individual exchanges (amount of bourse, etc., and the name of the person to contact for further information).
Deadline for applications for the United States: Autumn semester 15.12.2014. (Spring semester 15.04.2014) - but check information for individual exchanges.
The result of the TOEFL exam must be included with your application, so apply to take this test as soon as possible. See http://www.ets.org/toefl
The deadlines for Britain and other exchanges vary. For precise dates and contact information visit the Relations internationales or consult their website.
The Zdenek and Michaela Bakala Foundation, Geneva, gives outstanding students from UNIL, UNIGE, and EPFL, the opportunity to study or do research in top ranked universities, mainly in the United States and United Kingdom, as for example Cambridge, Harvard, Oxford, Stanford, Yale, etc...
Deadline for applications (in order to start Autumn 2015): 1 March 2015.
For more information:
This offers Swiss students an opportunity to teach their native language (French or German) for one year in a British secondary school.
Information and application forms (in French for French language assistants and in German for German language assistants) can be downloaded from this page.
Deadline for application 16 January 2015. (N.B. In your dossier you must include a health certificate and confirmation that your casier judiciaire is clean, so start preparing as soon as possible.)
NB This application process works for Swiss nationals only. If you are a national of another country and would like to participate in this scheme, you will have to contact the relevant agency in your own country. See the British Council site for details.
As a general rule, this programme applies to students whose native language is French or German who have attended a university for four semesters or more.
The Amity Institute provides many openings to teach your native language (French, German or Italian) in an American school for one year. It's a great opportunity to learn teaching techniques.
Applications are accepted throughout the whole year.
Further information and application forms from Agnieszka Soltysik Monnet