The University has a wide range of links with institutions overseas, so that you can spend one part of your course in another country. Studying in a foreign country gives you a fantastic experience, and looks great on your CV when you graduate.
The University has bilateral exchange agreements with universities outside the EU. The majority of these are in the USA but Japan and the West Indies are also possibilities. There are restrictions according to degree subject although most links are not subject specific. Exchanges are usually only for one semester.
The University also offers Erasmus which is an educational programme for Higher Education students, staff and institutions and is funded by the European Commission.
The Erasmus student mobility programme offers you an opportunity to undertake a substantial period of study (one or two semesters) in another European country and for that study to be recognised by the home institution as part of your degree.
The programme sets out to develop a knowledgeable Europe and thus cater for the major challenges of the new century: to promote lifelong learning, to widen access to education and to acquire qualifications and recognised skills and to be informed by best practice in Europe.
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