Before contacting an adviser, make sure you are eligible!
Although the program will accept applications from students in all faculties, the program is designed for students from the faculty of computer science, mathematics, and engineering, with a specialization or advanced interest in human-focused technology development fields, including human-computer interaction, human factors, information visualization, interface and interaction design, computer graphics, or computer-supported collaboration. Students that have completed or are pursuing a graduate degree are preferred but advanced undergraduates may also apply for the program.
Students must also meet the following academic requirements in order to be accepted into the program:
be in good academic standing at the student's home university
students from Europe must satisfy the Canadian University's English Language requirements for international students
Other additional requirements ask that students:
interested in doing an exchange to a European university must be either a Canadian citizen (preferred) or permanent resident
interested in doing an exchange to a Canadian university must be a citizen of one of the European Union member countries
from Europe be attending one of the EU partner universities to be considered for an exchange to Canada
from Canada must be attending one of the Canadian partner universities to be considered for an exchange to Europe
in Canada cannot exchange to another partner university in Canada
in Europe cannot exchange to another partner university in Europe