Incoming Exchange Students
Application process and required documents
International Student Exchange Program (ISEP)
Complete all the steps in the online ISEP application instructions as directed by your home institution coordinator, who will then submit it.
Students coming from a post-secondary institution that has a bilateral student exchange agreement with TRU must be nominated by their home university coordinator. The TRU Study Abroad Office will then invite them to apply as an exchange student through our online system (Horizons).Online application instructions
Incoming Exchange Supporting Documents:
Application/ Nomination deadlines
|Sept. 3 (nominate by Aug. 19)||April 8 (nominate by Mar. 25)|
Please note: Exchange students planning to study in Canada, should consult with the Canadian Government by visiting Come to Canada wizard. This is a great resource for entering Canada.
- Support Services for Visiting Students
- Programs of Study
- Study permit (student visa) requirements
Events and activities
What can you do in a small city like Kamloops? Lots!
LEAP is a great way for international students to meet Canadian students and other foreign students from other countries. This program organizes trips and events within the Kamloops area at a very reasonably low price. LEAP events are a great way to meet new people, travel to new cities in an organized safe and affordable way.
There are also dozens of student clubs active on campus, ranging from American Sign Language to Eco Club to Toastmasters, that are always looking for new members.
Non-exchange international students
Students interested in coming to study at TRU who are not coming via a bilateral exchange agreement or ISEP, look here for all the details of TRU's programs and services for international students.