Application for VSE Academic Courses

Before applying, make sure you are eligible to enroll in VSE academic courses commencing in August/September 2020 by going over the Eligibility section.

Follow the steps below to make an application:

1. Complete the Application Form:
  • Complete the “Personal Details” section.
  • Select the course you intend to enroll in from the drop-down menu in the “Course Selection” section.
  • Upload a copy (scanned/electronic) of your latest transcript (official/unofficial). Your transcript will be shared with the course offering university.
  • Review your application and click “Submit” to complete the application.
2. You will receive a confirmation email containing your application details and the link to download your transcript.
3. Download the Endorsement Form and complete the sections marked “To be completed by applicant”. Send the confirmation email and the Endorsement Form to the APRU VSE Coordinator (see below) at your home university. The APRU VSE Coordinator will complete the remainder of the form and return it to the VSE Central Office.
4. Your completed application will be reviewed by the VSE Central Office and the course offering university. Applications will be processed on a rolling basis and enrollment determined by a number of criteria (e.g. course quota, your major, etc.)
5. Once approved, you will be notified of the result through email from the VSE Central Office, and provided with further registration procedures by the course offering university.

Each student may enroll in one VSE academic course. Request for additional courses can be made to the VSE Central Office.

APRU VSE Coordinators

Chulalongkorn University Academic Exchange Coordinator (Outbound), Office of International Affairs and Global Network,
Keio University International Exchange Services Group,
Korea University Seung Hyun Yang,
Osaka University International Affairs Division, Department of International Affairs,
Tecnológico de Monterrey María Isabel de la Fuente Monroy,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Alex Chau,
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Office of Global Learning,
Tohoku University Tohoku University Student Exchange Division,
University of Oregon Jenn Kuan,
Universidad de Chile Student Mobility Program, International Relations Office,
Universidad San Francisco de Quito Veronica Castelo,
UNSW Sydney UNSW Outbound Short Programs,
Xi'an Jiaotong University Tianshu Lu,

For enquiries, please email the VSE Central Office at

Application for VSE Co-curricular Programs

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn, experience and exchange with peers from around the world by joining activities under the Virtual Student Exchange Co-curricular Program. Many one-off activities are offered by APRU member universities bringing students from across the network in 18 economies of the Pacific Rim. Visit here for more information on upcoming programs!