Academic Exchange Students

Washington College hosts both semester and academic year exchange students from our international partner institutions. Are you a student at one of our international partner institutions? This page is your resource to apply as an Academic Exchange Student at Washington College.

Interested in Studying at WC? Follow these 3 Steps!

Meet with your home university’s international exchange/study abroad office and let them know you are interested in studying at Washington College and to verify that Washington College partners with your institution.

 Eligibility requirements:

  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0
  • Non-native English speakers must provide language scores. Minimum scores: TOEFL: IBT 79, CB 213, paper 550

Once you are approved by your institution to study at Washington College, please complete our online application: 

The application will ask for you to upload the following: 

Application Deadlines:

Spring 2020: September 25th 

You can expect to hear back from the Global Education Office (GEO) Team within 4 weeks of submitting your completed application. 

If you are applying from Royal Holloway University of London and/or University of St. Andrews, click here to view a unique opportunity. 

Language Assistants 

Washington College hires exchange students from select partner institutions to serve as language assistants during their time at Washington College. If you are interested in this, please talk with your home institution prior to completing the application:

Once you are accepted, please see our Resources for Current Students Page for information about your stay. 

Please contact the Global Education Office,, if there are any questions about the exchange application process.

Application Process

Use the button below to begin your adventure with Washington College and start your application today. 




Office of English Language Learning

The Office of English Language Learning supports international students throughout their academic careers at Washington College, especially during their first semesters as they acculturate to the American system of higher education.