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  • Locations: Bogota, Colombia
  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring
  • Homepage: Click to visit
  • Restrictions: AU applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Advisor: Amy Marrion Language Pre-requisite: 6 semesters of Spanish (or equivalent)
Minimum GPA: 3 Class Level Required for Admission: Graduate
Language of Instruction: Spanish Housing: Student Arranged
Program Description:

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Graduate students from AU who participate in this one-semester program enroll for a full course load at AU (9 credits) and take courses alongside the regular degree-seeking student population at Javeriana. Students can choose from among a broad range of course offerings across the different schools, as long as they can demonstrate that they have met any stated academic prerequisites. Programs of study include:

  • Latin American Studies
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Political Studies
  • Social Public Policy
  • International Relations
  • Rural Development
  • Environmental Management
  • Biodiversity Conservation and Use


Javeriana is a Spanish-language institution and the majority of courses are conducted in Spanish. AU students who wish to participate in the program must demonstrate proficiency in Spanish, either by obtaining the DELE diploma B2 level or by being certified as having advanced proficiency by a licensed Spanish teacher. Students are solely responsible for obtaining proficiency credentials and for all associated costs.

Students also have the opportunity to take intensive Spanish language courses to improve their language skills without incurring additional costs.


First semester: January - June
Second semester: July - December

The Javeriana academic calendar begins in January and ends in December.


Students are required to meet with their AU academic advisor and obtain formal pre-approval before enrolling at Javeriana. This ensures that all credits earned on the Program can be applied toward the student’s AU degree.

Once accepted into the program, students are registered through the SIS Office of International Programs for up to 9 AU-Javeriana exchange credits (SIS-770). These exchange credits cover the Program credits only; research and/or internship credits are registered under normal AU guidelines.

Students are enrolled at Javeriana in full-time status for a maximum of 20 Javeriana credits per semester. Students must enroll in at least 10 credits at Javeriana in order to qualify for a student visa.

Credit articulation: Grades and credits earned at Javeriana are articulated through the SIS Office of International Programs upon receipt of an official transcript from Javeriana. For conversion purposes, students should expect 1 Javeriana credit to equal 1 AU credit. The grading scale used at Javeriana is different from that used at AU and will be explained to students prior to their departure.


Students pay regular tuition, emergency international health insurance, and technology fees to AU. Students do not pay the student activity fee, sports center fee, or SIS fee while studying at Javeriana. Students are billed directly by Javeriana for their student ID, official transcript, and other student fees if applicable.

Students are responsible for any incidental costs (such as library fines and lab fees) incurred during the program. Students are responsible for all personal expenses including housing and transportation.

Students are required to submit a non-refundable $50 application fee at the time of submitting their application to SIS Abroad. 


Students are responsible for making their own housing arrangements and for all housing costs. Javeriana can provide students with some resources for locating housing. However, students should expect to work independently to find housing in Bogotá.


Once admitted to the Program, students are issued a letter of acceptance by Javeriana. Students use this document to apply for their student visa at the nearest Colombian embassy or consulate. Students are responsible for researching the most up-to-date immigration requirements and arranging all immigration documents.


During the semester prior to the start of the Program, the SIS Office of International Programs conducts a mandatory pre-departure meeting. Topics covered include administrative, logistical, security, and cross-cultural issues. At Javeriana, students will be welcomed with the incoming class and provided with orientation materials.


Complete and submit the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana's application to the SIS Office of International Programs (OIP) by the specified deadline for the semester in which you intend to study abroad. Applicants are required to submit a non-refundable $50 application fee. Payment details are included in the online application. Students may not apply directly to Javeriana directly.

After all applications are received and reviewed, students will then be notified by e-mail from OIP with a decision regarding their nomination for study abroad.
Once nominated, you will be instructed to complete Javeriana's online application which requires that the following information be uploaded: 

  • Personal statement
  • Official transcripts
  • Spanish Language Certificate
  • Copy of passport photo
  • Color photograph on a white background (for student ID)

Javeriana makes the final admissions decision and corresponds directly with Program participants regarding all admissions and enrollment matters.The Program is competitive and applying does not guarantee admission.

Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2020 03/15/2020
Varies by program TBA TBA

** The time it takes to receive an admissions decision varies greatly by program; it can take as little as two weeks or as long as several months. Contact AU Abroad for further details on your program's admissions timeline.

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This program is currently not accepting applications.