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Illinois State University

There are limited exchange places available at this exchange partner during Semester 2, 2014 and Semester 1, 2015.

Name of Institution: Illinois State University

Location: Normal, Illinois, USA

 Illinois State University gladly welcomes international students to our campus. You will find a range of support services and organizations to assist you in your adjustment to life on campus and in America. Illinois State is a great place for international students to experience American education and culture. Illinois State is located in the Midwestern region of the U.S., a part of the country known for traditional American values and lifestyles. In some ways, the Midwest is quite different from the east and west coasts of the U.S., areas with which international students are often more familiar. While there are fewer large cities here, Bloomington-Normal, where the University is located, is a metropolitan area of about 150,000 people and Chicago, our nation's third largest city, is just two hours away from the University. The land in the Midwest is quite flat and very fertile which makes it ideal for agriculture.

Subject Areas Open to Exchange Students

Undergraduate:

Advertising Geography and History
Biology Information Technology
Broadcasting Journalism
Business Mathematics and Statistics
Chemistry Media Studies
Computer Science Music
Criminology and Justice Politics
English Psychology
Exercise/Sports Science/Kinesiology Social Science

Institution Website: www.ilstu.edu

Semester Dates:

Fall Semester: August – December

Spring Semester: January – May

Course Information / Catalogue:

Undergraduate Catalog

Graduate Catalog

Accommodation Websites:

Residence Halls

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