The University offers students a variety of international exchange opportunities through Cal State Fullerton's bi-lateral exchange programs or International Programs & Global Engagement.
You are not eligible to participate as an inbound exchange student. California legislation does not allow students with dual U.S. citizenship to use foreign passports for an international exchange program. Please review the California State University Chancellor's Office Executive Order No. 605 (PDF) to learn more.
Note: If you are a Cal State Fullerton Student interested in outbound exchange opportunities, please view our most up-to-date list of CSUF Bilateral Exchange Programs and CSUIP programs, and talk to an advisor to learn more about the CSUF student exchange process.
|Undergraduate||500 PBT, 61 iBT||5.5|
|Graduate||550 PBT, 80 iBT||7.0|
|Fall and Academic Year||April 30|
|Spring 2018||August 31|
Before arriving to the University, you are responsible for arranging your housing. The International Housing website can facilitate. For their assistance and more information on finding housing please visit our Housing website. You can already apply for housing after you have started your CSUF exchange program application.
In order to meet health insurance requirements for international students, Cal State Fullerton requires all students to purchase the Aetna Student Health Plan provided by JCB Insurance Solutions. You should purchase insurance only after your acceptance has been confirmed and you have received a CSUF Campus-wide Identification (CWID). Insurance is mandatory and no substitutes will be accepted; you may not be able to register for classes without purchasing your health insurance.
Program participants must show proof of available funds for support for the entire length of the exchange program. Please review our estimated budget for the 2017-2018 academic year. 2018-2019 costs will be added, once this information is available.
|1 semester||2 semesters||1 semester||2 semesters|
Nonresident Tuition ($396/unit) and Registration Fees
(enrolled 12 units)
(12 units per semester)
(enrolled 9 units)
(9 units per semester)
Living Expenses (room and board, variable)
Books & Supplies (variable)
|Student Health Insurance*||$779||$1,558||$779||$1,558|
|Estimated total cost (no waiver)||$19,697||$39,393||$19,226||$38,451|
|Waiver of the State University Fee, Nonresident Tuition and Registration Fees||($8,179)||($16,358)||($7,708)||($15,416)|
|Estimated Total Cost to Exchange Student granted Tuition and Fees Waiver||$11,518||$23,035||$11,518||$23,035|
An Advisor will assist you with selecting and registering for courses on TitanOnline. More details on the course catalog, schedule of classes, semester unit requirements and impacted and restricted subject area classes are available in our online program brochure.
Students must first be nominated by their home institution before applying. If you have been nominated, you will be contacted with application instructions.