Through the Reciprocal Educational Exchange Program (REEP), UH students can study at a partner university, while paying the UH tuition rate and limited student fees. Conversely, students at a UH partner university can study at UH while paying tuition to their home university. REEPs provide an opportunity to take courses with local students and are best suited for highly motivated, independent students. REEPs are typically a semester or year-long commitment and tend to be more cost effective.
Many REEPs are open to all students, while some are only available to students in specific colleges. Students must apply with Learning Abroad for nomination to a partner institution by the deadlines indicated for each term.
At the time of application students must have:
- Cumulative GPA of 2.5 (2.8 required for Swansea University)
- Completed at least 12 UH credit hours
- At least one semester left at UH after return from program
- Demonstrated proficiency in the host country's language or languages (programs noted with *)
Application and Nomination Process
Prospective REEP students should review the Nomination and Application guide.
Students selected to participate as a REEP student will follow the steps to apply here.
Incoming REEP Students
If you are a student from a partner institution looking to study at UH for a semester or academic year, click here.