The University of Hull

The University of Hull

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Study abroad is a great way to improve your education and offers a unique opportunity to learn about yourself and the world around you. It is a chance to explore new places, to pursue new interests and gain new skills; it is a chance to live with people of different nationalities and cultural backgrounds, and to make new friendships which may last for life.

It will also assist your future career. Living and studying in a foreign country will help increase your confidence and demonstrate to potential employers your willingness to take on new challenges and learn new skills.

The year will give you an opportunity to immerse yourself in another culture. You will have unforgettable experiences, memories and gain practical skills and new friends, all of which you will benefit from for years to come. The year will also equip you with the confidence and skills to enable you to work anywhere in the world during your working life. A period of study abroad enhances your CV and also your employability.

The University of Hull recognises the benefits of study abroad for its students both personally and professionally. You will find that if you choose to study abroad, the support and assistance you require will be available to you. This information will assist you with the processes and give you information for the year of research ahead of you that will make your study abroad year possible.

You will return from your year abroad focused and with a more mature outlook and evidence suggests that some students achieve better marks in the final year of their degree. Your study or work placement abroad can be the most rewarding part of your Hull degree… if you prepare for it!

 

The Erasmus Programme is an EU student exchange programme which gives you the opportunity to go on an exchange period of 3 - 12 months at one of our partner Universities. There are currently more than 4,000 higher institutions participating in across the 33 countries involved. With over 2.2 million students having already taken part the Erasmus Programme has become a cultural phenomenon and is very popular among European students. The programme fosters not only learning and understanding of the host country, but also a sense of community among students from different countries. The Erasmus experience is considered both a time for learning as well as a chance to socialize.

It is seen as a great opportunity to study abroad while not having the expense of studying outside the European Union as the grant available to Erasmus students are not available to those opting to leave the continent to study.

For more information regarding the University of Hull and study abroad programmes, click here

 

Contact Details

E-mail: international@hull.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)1482 466904