The aim of TASSEP is to provide science students the academic advising they need when choosing courses at the foreign university to ensure that they will receive the full credits while studying abroad. Each partner university in the TASSEP program has an academic coordinator who can answer questions about the science programs and courses that are available to TASSEP exchange students.
The universities involved in this program include those in Europe, Canada, and the United States. Similar to the bilateral exchange, students will pay tuition to Queen's University and enroll in the foreign university at no additional costs. The only fees that students are responsible for are transportation and living expenses.
Science students who wish to participate in TASSEP will apply under the bilateral exchange application. Review components and process for the bilateral exchange application.
For more information about the participating universities and the contact information for the academic coordinators, please visit the TASSEP website.