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Studying abroad is a fantastic opportunity to:
There are several opportunities to study abroad both as part of your degree and independent from it.
See how rewarding some of past students found studying abroad.
Studying abroad is a chance to experience different approaches to learning with different teaching conditions and resources. It's certainly character building and has been a great talking point for interviews...I would encourage anyone and everyone to participate!
Charlotte Hopson (BA Art History 2012), studied at University of Melbourne
The module is split over two semesters in your second year.
Assessment is via on-site presentations, blog posts, study diaries and portfolios, as well as coursework essays.
The Department of History of Art will usually cover the cost of travel to the destination and accomodation in the city. Participants will usually be expected to pay for meals, museum entry and local travel costs.
In 2016 students visited Berlin and were advised to budget €25 a day to cover costs (although actual spending varied depending on individuals).
International Study was the module that pulled everything we had previously learnt together and made it click into place. Having a whole city of artwork to work with allowed us to be individual in our choice of topic, and it was an amazing opportunity to refine and focus our art historical interests before deciding on a dissertation topic.
Bethany Wright (BA Art History, third year 2014)
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Living and breathing the lifestyle in South East Asia has been the most priceless experience of my life.
Ashiana Pradhan (BA Art History, third year) spent a semester studying at the University of Hong Kong
Find out more about the exchange programme
Summer schools can be a great way of making the most of your summer break by exploring a different culture and gaining new skills.
You don't have to study History of Art - there is a variety of courses available.
Find out more about summer schools
Louise Jones (BA Art History, first year) spent two weeks at our China campus in Ningbo
I gained so much from the experience, not least learning about a completely different culture and making wonderful friends from around the world.
The International Office will offer support from the application stage right through to your return to the UK, with advice on everything from immigration to possible sources of financial support.
The Language Centre can support you with language skills before you go.
You can learn from students who have already studied abroad.
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