Virginia Tech Sustainability in Agriculture and Aquaculture

Travel to Mexico or Canada!
through our North American Mobility in Higher Education Program

Student Exchange


Nova Scotia Agricultural College (NSAC) www.nsac.ns.ca

For more information about Nova Scotia Agricultural College, see this PowerPoint Presentation (5 MB).

 

NOTE: No Visa is required to travel to Canada/Mexico! A full semester of coursework abroad means no delay of your graduation date! Preparation for travel does takes some time, so apply early!

Travel and living expenses are paid for by the Department of Horticulture at Virginia Tech if you are chosen for this program to one of the four foreign partners shown on this page. Student pays tuition and university fees. Credits transfer.

OPEN TO: Students in any major interested in Sustainability in Agriculture or Aquaculture.

Students wishing to participate in an exchange may obtain an application form here from the Horticulture department website, or by contacting Donna Long, 540-231-5577, 401 Saunders Hall, for more information.

For more information on the program, please contact: Steve Duke (OIRED) stduke@vt.edu (231-8205)


Universidad Autónoma de Baja California(UABC)
http://www.uabc.mx



Marine Institute (MI) of Memorial University of Newfoundland
http://www.mi.mun.ca/

For more information about the Memorial University of Newfoundland Fisheries and Marine Institute see this PowerPoint Presentation (53 MB)


Virginia Tech is a participant in the North American Mobility Program in Higher Education funded by a grant from the US Department of Agriculture. The title of the Virginia Tech project is Rural Sustainability in Agriculture and Aquaculture. The program is centered around undergraduate student exchanges with cooperating institutions in Mexico, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (UABC) http://www.uabc.mx/ and Instituto Tecnológico Agriopecuario de Oaxaca (ITAO) and in Canada, Nova Scotia Agriculture College (NSAC) www.nsac.ns.ca and Marine Institute (MI) of Memorial University of Newfoundland http://www.mi.mun.ca/.

Student participants will be selected on a competitive basis. Undergraduate and graduate students may participate from any major, but they must have interest in Rural Sustainability in Agriculture or Aquaculture. Student travel and living expenses will be paid from the grant. Students will pay tuition and related mandatory fees (e.g. student union, recreation and athletic, library, information technology, registration, etc.) to Virginia Tech during the exchange. Exchange students will receive class credit from their home institution as per sending credit transfer regulations for courses taken at the receiving institution.

Instituto Tecnológico Agriopecuario de Oaxaca (ITAO)