Programs for studies
in Puerto Rico
Students who come from a university that has a bilateral exchange agreement with Sagrado
Students must apply through the outgoing exchange coordinators at their home institutions. Sagrado will send an Exchange Nomination Guide to partner universities every February and September. Check whether your university appears in the following document:
Universities with Sagrado Agreement
*Please note that the information in this document is valid for the academic year 2020-2021.
If you're a master's student, talk to your university's International Bureau to check for the possibility of coming to Sacred.
National Student Exchange
Students who come from a university in the National Student Exchange (NSE)
Students must request exchange through the NSE coordinator at their home institutions. Sagrado will send an Exchange Nomination Guide to NSE universities every February and September. Check whether your university participates in NSE at www.nse.org.
Yes We Must Coalition
Students from a University of the Yes We Must Coalition (YWMC)
Students must request exchange through the YWMC coordinators at their home institutions. Sagrado will send an Exchange Nomination Guide to YWMC universities every February and September. Check whether your university participates in YWMC exchanges at https://yeswemustcoalition.org/student-exchange-program/.¨
Spanish Studies Abroad
Students who wish to study at Sagrado through Spanish Studies Abroad
Faculty-Led and Alternative Break Programs
Programs for short-term visits (one to four weeks) led by a faculty member
The Office of Internationalization and Inter-University Relations designs these programs that fit the academic goals and interests of students from universities abroad:
- Personalized program focused on the needs of the group
- Inter-university collaboration with specialized resources
- Assistance in coordinating the logistics* of the trip
*The University of Sagrado Corazón provides alternatives to accommodation, food and on-campus activities (subject to availability), as well as a resource willing to provide information related to travel, transportation, activities, accommodation and on-campus food.
To plan or get more details, please contact Sofía López, Short Visit Program Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important information for students
visiting and international students
Benefits of Studying at Sagrado
Small and welcoming campus
Located along major routes of the metro rail and public buses, with walking or public transportation access to beaches, Old San Juan, and Plaza las Américas Mall
Located in the heart of San Juan, the capital city
Magnet institution on the island for academic programs in communications and audiovisual production
Who can apply for exchange at Sagrado?
Check whether your university appears in the following document: Universities with Bilateral Agreements (PDF) or whether your institution is a member of NSE or Yes We Must Coalition. You may also apply for fee-paying study abroad through Spanish Studies Abroad or by emailing email@example.com.
Contact your university's international office to learn about the processes and requirements for applying to study abroad at Sagrado.
NOTE: If Sagrado does not have a current agreement established with your home institution, you can apply as a fee-paying visiting student. If you are studying in a master's degree program, contact your university's international office to learn about the possibility of participating in exchange with Sagrado.
How to apply to study abroad at Sagrado
After being nominated by your university's international office, you must submit the following documents to be admitted as a study abroad student at Sagrado:
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Learn which universities have agreement so that their students can study at Sagrado:
Sagrado allows you to study abroad in the U.S. and around the world through five different academic programs that range from one week to one year. Choose the program that is right for you!