The Go Abroad experience offers you a wealth of personal and professional benefits. You can experience a different culture, make new friends, develop your language skills, and grow in self-confidence.
Information about all international opportunities can be found on our Go Abroad website., including an A-Z list of our partners and destinations, by degree subject.
Interested in finding out more? Do self-enrol in Moodle module DP6100 for guidance and practical advice to help you choose which study or work abroad options are right for you.
You should take time to research the options that fit within your degree subject area, possible country and university partner destinations, the financial considerations, as well as potential visa applications needed.
The Go Abroad team will be holding a series of live online Q&A sessions for you to attend:
Languages Year Abroad Q&A Session – Friday 15th October 2-3pm Sign up here
Year Abroad Q&A Session – Tuesday 19th October 12-1pm Sign up here
Year Abroad Q&A Session – Thursday 21st October 2-3pm Sign up here
If you are in Stage 2 now, register your interest in studying abroad by logging into Target Connect, Search Placements, and complete the Study Abroad Initial Interest Form by 22nd October. We will check your eligibility and include you on all communications relating to the application process.
If it is not possible for you to study abroad as part of your degree or the Year/Term Abroad is not for you, find out about our other mobility options such as virtual exchange, summer schools and Go Abroad Bitesize .
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