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PHOTO: Queens College NSE Student in Guam
who meet the Eligibility Requirements.
Every year, through the National Student Exchange program, approximately 3,500 students take advantage of the opportunity to discover and explore America. NSE encompasses nearly 200
colleges and universities in the following locations:
  • U.S.
  • Canada
  • Guam
  • Puerto Rico
  • U.S. Virgin Islands

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  March 1st

You may apply after this date, but you may not get your first choice.  Contact Izeta Pobric for more information: 718-997-5017


-Full-time enrollment at your home campus

-MINIMUM cumulative 2.5 GPA (4.0 scale) at your home campus

-Be in good standing (academic, financial, social/behavioral)

-No incomplete grades

-Meet any additional requirements of your home campus

-Meet any additional GPA or academic requirements of your host campus

-Must not be on probation, parole or have any pending legal judgments

First-semester transfer students are eligible

Students with in interest in participating in the National Student Exchange should first explore the NSE Website and become familiar with the schools and courses offered.  Once you have done so, you may come to the Study Abroad Office and speak with the NSE Coordinator, Izeta Pobric, who will explain how the Queens College Application works. 
Please be sure to do your research ahead of time. 

 Detailed information about all of the National Student Exchange Partner Universities can be found on the NSE website below:
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Contact Information:
Izeta Pobric
National Student Exchange Coordinator
King Hall, Room 203
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