MSU's International Partnerships

International Cooperative Agreements
Minot State has developed cooperative partnerships with institutions around the world, offering MSU students and faculty the opportunity to participate in faculty and student exchanges, collaborate on research, joint teaching and the development of joint-education programs.

Below is a list of MSU current international cooperative partner institutions:

» Denmark: Aalborg University
» Norway: University of Southeastern Norway
» Sweden: Kristianstad University
» Taiwan: MingDao University

Interested in initiating a new international partnership?
Check out these guidelines for establishing new cooperative partnerships.

Transfer Articulation Agreements
In addition to cooperative relationships, MSU has also developed transfer articulation agreements with institutions abroad with the intent to either facilitate a smooth transfer into MSU, or to allow students the ability to earn dual degrees.

» View copies of current agreements with international partner institutions

Study Abroad Affiliates
Affiliate programs are third-party study abroad providers that have been thoroughly researched and pre-approved by the MSU International Advisory Committee. MSU affiliate programs have been chosen specifically for the quality and credibility of their academic offerings, affordability, and the level of service provided to participants. Students can choose from a wide array of locations, program lengths and fields of study through MSU affiliate providers.

Current MSU approved study abroad affiliate programs are:
» Florence School of Fine Arts
»
International Studies Abroad
» Semester at Sea

Copies of affiliate agreements are available by request through the director of International Programs.

» International Advisory Committee

Page last updated  January 13, 2020 (lc)