Information from University of Minnesota Duluth
Restrictions: The spring term at University of Minnesota Duluth starts before the end of the fall term at Umeå University. Attendance at first day of class is mandatory at UMD.
UMD is a liberal arts school, science and engineering students will have to take humanities courses. UMD encourage students to take courses in their major and beyond, if possible.
Students applying for UMD have to provide an English test with their application, such as TOEFL, IELTS or Duolingo.
Closed programmes: Programmes/courses on graduate level.
UMD can only accept undergraduate students.
Full time studies (corresponding to 30 hp): Undergraduate studies: 15 credits
Course types: 1–3 credit courses (=term courses)
100–199: Basic Undergraduate
200–299: Undergraduate, prerequisite 100
300–399: Undergraduate, prerequisite 200
400–499: Advanced Undergraduate, prerequisite 300
Autumn term: September–December
Spring term: January–May
As an exchange student attending UMD, you do not pay tuition. However, you are responsible for housing and other expenses. Depending on which courses you choose, you could also be charged course fees. Read more here
On-campus: Housing options consist of dormitories or apartments. After students are accepted, they will be given email instructions on how to complete the online housing application. Students will need to pay a USD 200 application fee when applying.
Off-campus: The UMD Study Abroad Office staff is not equipped to advise or assist with this process. Students will need to make all their own arrangements and notify the Study Abroad staff of their address as soon as it is known
Read more at
Course information (select campus Duluth)