Once you have determined you are eligible to study on exchange at the University of Idaho, you must fill-out the forms below that pertain to your school, length of exchange and level of studies. Exchange students must demonstrate the availability of adequate funding to cover the cost of living in Moscow, Idaho. Submit the completed application, along with the accompanying documents, to your home university’s International Programs or Exchange Office (ISEP students must apply through their home school ISEP coordinator.) If your application is accepted by them, they will forward it to the University of Idaho. If your application is accepted by our office and the University of Idaho Admissions Office, we will send you an acceptance letter and the immigration documents necessary to apply for your student visa, as well as the appropriate registration, housing and arrival information. You may also go to the Prearrival section of this Web site for more information.
Please complete all forms and print them to sign and turn into your International Programs Office.
|Type of Studies
|Regular University Courses
||Priority: March 15
Final: May 15
|Priority: October 1
Final: October 15
|Priority/Final: February 15
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Application Forms for students who meet our English Language Requirements
Exchange students who do not meet the University of Idaho English Language Requirements can still study on exchange at the University of Idaho by attending our American Language & Culture Program.
Application Forms for Exchange Students who will take the American Language & Culture Program (ALCP):