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Fu Jen Catholic University Office of International Education
UMAP is the acronym for the Organisation called University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific. UMAP was founded in 1993. It is a voluntary association of government and non-government representatives of the higher education (university) sector in the region.
UMAP aims to achieve enhanced international understanding through increased mobility of university students and staff.
UMAP membership is open to countries / territories in the Asia-Pacific region. Members can be represented by government higher education departments or ministries, individual universities, university umbrella organization, or a combination of these. Individual persons are not eligible to be members.
Following list is eligible countries / territories . All accredited public and private universities in these countries / territories can participate in the UMAP Exchange Program.
Other countries / territories can also join UMAP with the approval of the governing authority of UMAP, the UMAP Board.
Eligible countries, territories and administrative regions
People's Republic of China
Republic of Korea
Papua New Guinea
Timor - Leste
Students participating in UMAP undertake a period of formal study while on exchange. This study should be for a minimum of one semester and a maximum of two semesters.
Hosting universities are expected to waive tuition fees for UMAP students on exchange.
Credit for study undertaken while on exchange is to be accepted by the home university.
Undergraduate and postgraduate students can participate in UMAP.
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