A student exchange programme is a programme offered to students to attend another wizarding school.


Programme D'Echange Scolaire

In 1927, an exchange programme was offered by Beauxbatons Academy of Magic for its students whose parents work in the ministry to spend six months in Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.[1]

A student exchange programme was also offered by Castelobruxo school to students of European schools who wished to study South American Herbology and Magizoology. It was offered from at least the 1980s onward.

The students' parents had to afford the trip. This was the reason why William Weasley could not participate, which offended his pen-pal, who ultimately decided to send him a cursed hat.[2]

Behind the scenes

  • There may be an exchange programme for Hogwarts and Ilvermorny. The Damen Blue Line Subway Station in Chicago, Illinois, is, according to J. K. Rowling, where students make the exchange.[3]


Notes and references

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