Studying abroad is an excellent opportunity to broaden your academic knowledge, immerse yourself in another culture and gain employability skills that will be highly valued by employers.
Studying abroad usually means a one- or two-semester exchange placement at another university in Europe or further afield. Many of our partners have agreements where classes are taught in English so you don’t need to worry about the language barrier.
Some Faculties have opportunities to travel further afield on study exchanges, such as to the USA, Canada or Mexico. As these opportunities vary from one Faculty to another, you will need to speak to your course tutors to see what opportunities may be available to you.
If you will be going abroad in the second half of the academic year, think carefully before tying yourself into a year-long contract for accommodation in the UK.