You have a unique opportunity to spend a year studying in Europe, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan or the United States as a full part of your degree programme. Spending a full year or a semester abroad in your third year is an opportunity which few people have in their lives and, for those who do, that time can be the most important one for them in terms of personal development and establishing their direction for the future.
If you are interested in spending one or both semesters of your third year at one of our exchange partners across the world, please read more information located on the Exchange website. For students interested in studying in Europe with the ERASMUS programme, please contact your department directly. We have provided an FAQ section, so please feel free to read about questions that are commonly asked before emailing.
Study abroad opportunities for students will be featured as part of the Going Global event running on Tuesday 19th March. The International Exchanges Manager, along with current and former exchange students, will be available in the atrium to talk to you about the benefits of studying abroad. Two information sessions about the study abroad process will take place in the University Chaplaincy from 1pm – 2pm and 4pm – 5pm. Current second year students are not too late to apply to the University Exchange Programme for semester 6. There are still lots of places available at selected partner universities for students interested in studying abroad as part of their degree programme. Come along to Going Global and find out about this fantastic opportunity!
Video! Check out our video about study abroad opportunities: http://www.stir.ac.uk/tour/
Watch our student Amy Lenathan talk about what it was like to study on exchange at the University of Kansas in the USA
Please use the links on the left to visit our partner universities. If you have any specific questions, check our FAQs or drop us an email to email@example.com
Please note - students must satisfy minimum grade requirements in order to apply for the exchange programme. These are outlined in the FAQs.
Got more questions? Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org