The University international programs are designed to promote international exposure and award academic credit to courses within the university curriculum/program.  For those students that decide to travel outside of Macedonia for one or more semesters, they can choose their unique study abroad program and experience the world of professionals without borders.
Undergraduate and Graduate programs, offered by our international partners, give you exclusive opportunities to experience the exchange in the EU and the USA. Through such academic exchanges, students experience their educational models. Through limited exchange, or program completion, students can experience the academic life at both universities.

List of Partner Universities
University North,Koprivnica, Croatia  ( )
University Paulista, Brasília, Brazil (
Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunications, Almaty, Kazakhstan (
Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy (
FPT University, Hanoi, Vietnam (
Gazi University, Turkey (
Dauphine University, Paris (
University of Applied Sciences Worms, Germany (
Maastricht School of Management,Maastricht ,Netherlands (
Vienna University of Technology (
International University of Monaco, Monaco (
Virginia International University, Fairfax USA (
John Cabot University, Rome (
Vesalius College Brussels (
GEA College – Faculty of Entrepreneurship, Slovenia (
Horizons University, Paris (
VSEM College of Economics and Management, Prague (
CMH Academy and IEMI- European Institute of International Management, Paris ( and
East Carolina University, USA  (
Institut Supérieur de Gestion (ISG), Paris (
ESIC Business and Marketing School, Valencia (
Swiss Management Center, Zurich, Vienna (
European Institut of Education,San Gwan, Malta (
St.Louis Community College,Missouri (
Technical Faculty of Bor, University of Belgrade (

How to Apply for Study Abroad Programs

University American College Skopje students who want to study abroad, must apply through the Office of International Programs. They are authorized to handle all such applications from UACS students. The process of communication and application begins at the host university.

Guidelines for completion of the application process:

1) Fill out the study abroad application form,
2) Schedule an appointment at the International Program Office to review your proposed study abroad program and go over the application procedures,
3) Contact the UACS Intl Program Officer  e-mail:,
4) Schedule an appointment to meet with your academic advisor to review your progress towards your degree and your proposed study abroad program,
5) Fill out the Host university study abroad application with advisor,
6) Arrange to have an official transcript of your program course work sent to the Office of International Programs,
7) Obtain two letters of recommendation.
8) Upon acceptance you will be asked to fill out and sign three additional forms:
     a) Acknowledgement of Risks and Responsibilities form (.doc)
     b) A Financial Agreement Specific to the program for which you are applying if you are applying for a UACS short term program.
      c) Signature form (.doc)
              1. Academic advisor,
              2. Financial standing (for outstanding payments to UACS)

Application Deadlines

Completed study abroad applications must be turned in to the Office of International Programs according to the Semester/Academic year.

Most universities have on their websites dates when students should submit their applications and the deadlines for the application. Universities in the USA generally ask students to complete their application 3-6 months in advance. Universities in the EU are similar with their application process and require 2-3 months in advance of the commencement of the semester.

Study Abroad Application guidelines at most host universities in the USA and EU:
o For the fall semester no later than June of the current year.
o For the spring semester no later than October of the current year,
o For the summer semester no later than March of the current year.
Visa Requirements
Prior to the arrival to the host university, UACS study abroad applicant shall be responsible for obtaining a visa and related travel documents necessary to pursue studies in a particular country, such as satisfying host country student visa requirements and other formalities for study abroad students.  Both participating universities will provide all necessary student documentation for visa application if needed. However, neither UACS, nor the host University will be deemed responsible if the visa application is denied. In the event that UACS students are denied an entry to a host university, they will be required to return to their university of origin for program completion.
Study Abroad Approval Form

Student that complete the eligibility form and have been approved by the study abroad coordinator for the study abroad program may continue with the application process.

Documents needed for the study abroad approval will be available to all in the office for international programs. You may download all necessary documents from the website designated for this program at

Please consult with your international program coordinator, Ms. Viktoria Gombar for further details. 

Spend a year in Athens and get a Webster University degree!

Dear UACS students,

We are happy to inform you about the latest collaboration between UACS SBEM and Webster Athens University, created to offer you an incredible learning opportunity.

Based on the high international rankings of UACS and the excellent academic results of our students, Webster Athens University is open to accept our graduate students from SBEM.

With this program, you are offered an exclusive opportunity to spend a year in the lovely Athens, Greece, where you can continue and upgrade your education. In addition to our UACS Diploma, you can also receive an American diploma from the prestigious Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.

The students who are eligible for this program are UACS SBEM students from the concentrations Marketing, Management and Finance, who have completed the 180 ECTS and have a GPA of C and above. If you choose to apply to the Webster program in Athens, you will have finished fourth year of studies and completed 240 ECTS.

For any questions about the process of application and the necessary documents, please ask our Webster Coordinator Iva Minoska at the UACS Records Office or call 02 2463 156.