International Study: Study Abroad
Credits and Grades
Students who attend an exchange program will be issued a foreign transcript. The University of Florida will convert these credits into UF credits. Credit conversion varies between schools and countries. Please check the exchange program information page of the school you will be attending for further details on credit conversions.
Students who attend a transfer program will be issued a transcript by the university or company that provided the study abroad program. Usually, the university or study abroad provider will determine the credit hour conversions UF should award.
Grades earned at international exchange schools will be converted to equivalent UF letter grades. Grades earned on an exchange program will affect a student's UF GPA. Please check the exchange program information page of the school you will be attending for further details on grade conversions.
Grades earned on a transfer program will not affect a student's UF GPA. But, these grades will be posted on a student's UF transcript. If courses are taken for the business core or major, the grades earned will be used to calculate graduation requirements GPA's.
S-U Policy for Business Majors Studying Abroad
- Business majors are NOT permitted to take any general education, pre-professional (tracking), core or major courses for a Satisfactory (S) or Unsatisfactory (U) grade.
- When studying abroad business majors may take ONE elective course S-U, but only if the institution awarding the grade uses pass/fail as a grade.
- The S-U option must be approved before the student goes abroad.