UMaine renews exchange agreements in Spain and UK

The University of Maine has renewed exchange agreements with University Carlos III de Madrid in Spain and the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom.

Since 2013 when the exchange agreements were established, the University of Maine has sent 25 students to University Carlos III de Madrid and 23 students from that university have studied at UMaine. Thirty-six UMaine students have studied at the University of Birmingham, and the same number have attended the University of Maine.

“These direct exchange programs greatly benefit our in-state students by providing a very affordable option to study abroad for a semester or a year at the same tuition and fee rate as at UMaine,” says Orlina Boteva, director of UMaine International Programs.

The University of Maine has 20 exchange agreements with partner universities in 10 countries. More information is available by contacting the UMaine Office of International Programs.