Faculty, Classified and Exempt Exchanges
Note: In 2014 and 2015, we will be establishing additional linkages in other countries so stay tuned and
if you have a strong candidate institution overseas, let us know
The Seattle Colleges District has established linkages with institutions abroad in order to facilitate
international development and collaboration.
Below are the institutions that we are formally linked with including their websites.
After reviewing the institution website, contact Andrea Insley
if you are interesting in establishing a contact there to discuss an exchange.
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University is one of Australia's
largest, oldest and most successful universities. RMIT boasts almost 50,000 students and 3,000 staff with more than
75,000 alumni. Based in Melbourne, capital of the State of Victoria, RMIT has three main campuses and a technology
estate. Through partnerships with colleges, universities and professional associations, RMIT courses are taught in a
dozen countries. RMIT is a leader among Australian universities operating internationally, and plans to continue
developing that global perspective.
2016 Joint Project - RMIT / North Seattle
Participants in the 2016 Joint Project
Read about the 2016 joint project between RMIT Australia and North Seattle College.
Presentation during 2016 Joint Project
See Delightful Istanbul 2015 or
view this Powerpoint presentation
ESL teachers are also welcome to teach for Fall term in Morocco.
New Zealand Linkages:
The 5 institutions below are all government Institutes of Technology and are suitable for all staff/exempt, faculty in
mutual disciplines and student exchanges. Most offer diplomas, bachelor’s degrees and some master’s degrees.
Aoraki is a small institution of 2,000 FTE located in more rural locations.
The Main campus of Timaru is about 90 minutes from Christchurch.
Queenstown Resort College is private, small and suitable for all staff and faculty primarily in hospitality.
The area is also a wine-producing region so may be of interest to the viticulture program faculty and staff.
The location is beautiful in downtown Queenstown: