California State University, East Bay is a member of the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP) consortium. ISEP is a nonprofit membership organization of 245 institutions of higher education located throughout the United States and in more than 50+ countries. ISEP members are accredited and the consortium agreement allows Cal State East Bay students to receive resident credit while studying abroad at a partner university. Academic year, semester and summer programs in a variety of subjects are available depending on the location. Many English language instruction sites available. A 2.75 GPA is required for most programs.
ISEP is designed so that students exchanged throughout the ISEP network pay all of their fees, including room and board, to their home institution and take up a place at a host institution, with no money changing hands (except for ISEP- Direct). For more information, please visit the ISEP website.
Application forms are available on the ISEP website. The ISEP Supplemental Questionnaire must be submitted to the Center for International Education.
CSUEB ISEP Priority Application Deadlines:
Please note: These are priority deadlines for the most competitive sites. Some locations will continue to accpet applications after these dates.