- UMaine Partner Univ Info Sheet 2019-2020 (Updated July 7, 2020)
- Fall and Year programs – nominations due by February 1, applications due by April 1
- Spring semester – nominations due by October 1, applications due by November 1
- Maine Business School – AACSB accredited bachelor programs and MBA programs.
- Engineering – 11 ABET accredited engineering degree programs, and courses in innovation engineering and renewable energy
- Darling Marine Center – a semester of Marine Science research and laboratory courses on the Maine coast with housing on location. Available for fall semester only. Open to exchange students. Same cost as attending UMaine for one semester.
- History (American and Canadian)
- Wildlife Ecology – UMaine’s close proximity to a diverse array of ecosystems and wildlife provides an outstanding setting for our wildlife ecology program
The Maine Business School is accepting exchange students for our MBA programs for one or two semesters. As you will see in the application materials, we request undergraduate and graduate transcripts in order to determine the completed prerequisites of your students.
Available Disciplines to Exchange Students
- List of all academic programs offered at UMaine with link to department website
- List of all Graduate Programs
U – Undergraduate, G – Graduate Programs
|Animal & Veterinary Science (U/G)||Environmental Horticulture (U)|
|Anthropology (U/G)||Food Science & Human Nutrition (U/G)|
|Art History (U)||Forestry (U/G)|
|Biology (U/G)||French (U/G)|
|Biochemistry & Microbiology (U/G)||History (U/G)|
|Business (U/G)||International Affairs (U/G)|
|Chemistry (U/G)||Kinesiology & Physical Education (Sports Science) (U)|
|Child Development & Family Relations (U)||Marine Science (U/G)|
|Communication & Journalism (U/G)||Mathematics (U)|
|Communication Science & Disorders (Speech Pathology) (U/G)||Music (U/G)|
|Computer Science (U/G)||New Media (Graphic Design) (U/G)|
|Earth Science (Geology) (U/G)||Parks, Recreation & Tourism (U)|
|Ecology & Environmental Sciences (U/G)||Philosophy (U)|
|Economics (U/G)||Physics & Astronomy (U/G)|
|Education (U/G)||Political Science (U)|
|Engineering: Bioengineering (U/G)||Psychology (U/G)|
|Engineering: Chemical (U/G)||Sociology (U)|
|Engineering: Civil (U/G)||Spanish (U/G)|
|Engineering: Computer & Electrical (U/G)||Sustainable Agriculture (U)|
|Engineering: Mechanical (U/G)||Theater (U)|
|English Language & Literature (U/G)||Wildlife Ecology (U/G)|
Students must be enrolled full-time for at least 12 credit hours (max. 15 credits) at the undergraduate level and 6 credit hours (max. 9 credits) at the graduate level. If a student chooses to register for more credit hours, it is the student’s responsibility to pay for the additional tuition and fees charges.
Use the Undergraduate Catalog (http://catalog.umaine.edu/ ) or Graduate Catalog (http://gradcatalog.umaine.edu/ ) to find course descriptions. The schedule of classes is available on MaineStreet as “Class Search” at http://www.umaine.edu/mainestreet/ .
In general, courses numbered 100 ‐ 199 are first year level, 200 ‐ 299 are sophomore level, 300 ‐ 399 are junior level, and 400 ‐ 499 are senior level. Courses numbered 500 ‐ 699 are graduate level.
Grading Scale: A (4.0), A- (3.67), B+ (3.33), B (3.0), B- (2.67, C+ (2.33), C (2.0), C- (1.67), D+ (1.33), D (1.0), F (0.00). UMaine requires an average grade of C (2.0) as a passing grade and for graduation.
Exchange students cannot register for Nursing courses.
Housing on-campus fills quickly. Exchange students are strongly encouraged to apply for housing by May 1 for the fall semester. Spring housing is more readily available. Available housing: standard double room with shared bathroom facilities or self-catered housing in campus apartments is available.
Pick Up Service
Available on the arrival day for orientation. Pick up available from local hotels and motels, Bangor Airport and Bangor bus stations.
Mandatory for all incoming exchange students.