The Erasmus programme enables higher education students to study or carry out a work placement for between three and twelve months in one of 32 European countries as part of their degree course. Over two million students have already taken part in the programme and have experienced the excitement of living abroad.
University of Lincoln students from all subject areas can take part. Studying abroad will involve foreign languages however, you do not necessarily have to speak another language. Many courses are taught in English. Of course taking the opportunity to learn another language will undoubtedly add another skill to your CV.
Erasmus will enhance your academic experience, your personal development and career opportunities. Erasmus students say it is the best part of their time at university. You will return from your time abroad with new friends and fantastic experiences. You will acquire a broader range of skills to offer future employers and you will have fun doing it.
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