The USA

   
   

General information 

The land of the free and the home of the brave, the United States of America is a country of great contrasts: snowy mountains and arid desert, wide open spaces and iconic skylines, proud traditions and world-leading progress.

Spending part of your degree at a U.S. university is the perfect time to explore this vast and varied country for yourself and carve out your own personal slice of American life. 

Please note that some partners may not be available for exchange for a particular academic year, if this is the case it is stated below.

Texas 

 
  Partner universities
 

 

Austin, The University of Texas at Austin 

University of Texas website

Fast facts

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students enrolled: 51,000
  • Number of campuses: 2
  • Academic year: August - May
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: August – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January – May

Location

The University of Texas is located in the centre of Austin. The city is situated on the banks of the Colorado River in Central Texas. This part of Texas is also known as the Hill Country and is characterised by lakes and streams, making it a beautiful place to live and study. Austin is known for its vibrant cultural scene including art exhibitions and its numerous local festivals.

Things to do

Austin’s central location makes it a perfect base to explore the rest of Texas and the neighbouring states. You can explore The Alamo in San Antonio, visit one of Dallas’ famous steakhouses or walk down the beaches of Galveston Island after visiting the big-beef meat market in Houston.

Top attractions: Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail, Texas State Capitol, Downtown Texas, Barton Springs Pool, Hamilton Pool (a swimming hole with its own waterfall) and Austin Music Festivals.

Travel opportunities

Outside of the main cities there are miles of unspoilt coastline along the Gulf Coast; this area is becoming an increasingly popular surfing destination. In addition The Guadalupe Mountains National Park is known for its fantastic hiking and backpacking opportunities and offers beautiful vantage points.

Finally, for an Old West experience visit El Paso where you can take a day trip to Mexico, shop for a handcrafted cowboy hat and eat enchiladas.

Climate

The climate of Texas varies across the state. Most of the state is classified as “Subtropical” and consequently sees hot and humid summers and cool winters. In the summer temperatures peak at 35°.

Finance 2017/18

Bursaries from the University of Nottingham available for those accepted to study abroad at UTexas:

  • Means tested International Office Travel Bursary of £750 dependant on household income for students starting their studies in 2016. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the financial webpage, as the award criteria differs(available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)
  • British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) scholarships: £500. See the BUTEX website for eligibility and further information.

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 10 hours) £600-1000
  • Visa costs £100-£250
  • Health insurance (compulsory) £600-750
  • Travel insurance approx £200-£300
  • Accommodation £2500-6500

Approximate living costs compiled from student surveys and partner university website.

Accommodation

Students typically live in an on-campus residence hall or dormitory, a private dormitory, cooperative house or university apartment. Students are responsible for making their own housing arrangements. Students are advised to begin researching and arranging their accommodation once they know they will be attending UT as an exchange student.

More about accommodation

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2014/15 = no data available 
2015/16 = 10%
2016/17 = 50%

Module catalogue

More about the UT Austin Exchange Programme

 
 
Chapel Hill, University Of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina website

Fast facts

Language of instruction: English

  • Number of students enrolled: 29,278
  • Number of campuses: 1
  • Academic year: August - May
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: August – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January – May

Location

Chapel Hill is a beautiful university town located close to Raleigh Durham International airport, Raleigh, the state capitol of North Carolina and Charlotte, the largest city in North Carolina. The “dream campus” combines historic buildings with state-of-the-art facilities, with a diverse student body from all over the world.

Getting around

Chapel Hill Transit provides free bus service to Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and UNC. Chapel Hill's extensive system of greenways means getting around by biking or walking is also very easy.

Things to do

The presence of the country's first public university has allowed a vibrant arts and culture scene to grow in Chapel Hill. Check out a concert by a local band, watch the star's fly at the Morehead Planetarium or catch a varsity game pitting the wildly popular Tarheels against their historic Southern rivals.

Top attractions: North Carolina Botanical Garden, Ackland Art Museum, Kenan Memorial Stadium and Varsity Theater

More about Chapel Hill

Climate

The climate varies across the state providing a lush summer season, cool clear springs and autumns, and temperate winters.

Travel opportunities

Calling itself "the southern part of Heaven," Chapel Hill provides easy access to the mountains or the coast. From Cherokee Indian Villages to Cape Hatteras National Seashore and Lighthouse, from the Blue Ridge Parkway to NASCAR stock car racing, there is an amazing variety of things to see and do in North Carolina. The state is home to more than 60 wineries; the Great Smoky Mountains National Park providing countless scenic views; and 300 miles of coastline including the US number one beach. The state is particularly stunning during the autumn for its beautiful foliage.

Finance 2017/18

Bursaries from the University of Nottingham available for those accepted to study abroad at UNC Chapel Hill:

  • Means tested International Office Travel Bursary of £750 dependant on household income for students starting their studies in 2016. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the financial webpage, as the award criteria differs(available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)
  • British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) scholarships: £500. See the BUTEX website for eligibility and further information.

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av.8 hours) £600-850
  • Visa costs £100-£250
  • Health insurance (compulsory) £600
  • Travel insurance approx £200-£300
  • Accommodation £2000-3300

Approximate living costs compiled from student surveys and partner university website.

Accommodation

On campus accommodation is limited and is not guaranteed. Residence halls provide double or single occupancy options. Undergraduate apartments are also available. Off campus accommodation includes private apartments and apartment communities. Students are advised to arrive early if they are looking for off campus accommodation.

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2014/15 = 8%
2015/16 = 29%
2016/17 = 8%

 Module links and information

More about the UNC Exchange Programme


 

 
 
Charlottesville, University of Virginia

University of Virginia website

Fast facts

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students enrolled: 22,000
  • Number of campuses: 1
  • Academic year: August - May
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: August – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January – May

 

Location

The University of Virginia’s beautiful campus is located in Charlottesville, approximately 120 miles or 3 hours’ drive southwest of Washington, DC. Charlottesville is a small, thriving city located in the foothills of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains.

Things to do

Charlottesville’s downtown area is an eighteen-block, brick-paved pedestrian mall with more than thirty outdoor cafes and restaurants, numerous modern theatres and several music venues. From April through October, Charlottesville celebrates Fridays After Five downtown, with free live music at its amphitheater, the Charlottesville Pavilion.

The John Paul Jones Arena at the University is home to U.Va. men's and omen's Basketball teams and host to a number of attractions including concerts from performers including U2 and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Top attractions: Blue Ridge Mountains, Monticello (Jefferson’s home), Southern Cafe and Music Hall and The Gardens of Monticello.

Travel opportunities

The Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport is located approximately 8 miles from the University, making flights around America very convenient.

Charlottesville is a 1½ hr flight (350 miles) from New York City. You could also head down the east coast through North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia towards Florida, stopping off at beaches aplenty along the way.

There are many things to visit in the state of Virginia including the Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Highlands. The State has also preserved numerous battlefields and monuments associated with the Civil War. Virginia has produced eight US presidents, whose homes are national treasures and open to the public. 

Climate

The weather in Virginia is generally considered to be “not too hot and not too cold”. Maximum summer temperature is 30°C, whereas winter temperatures can drop just below freezing.

Finance 2017/18

Bursaries from the University of Nottingham available for those accepted to study abroad at the University of Virginia :

  • Means tested International Office Travel Bursary of £750 dependant on household income for students starting their studies in 2016. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the financial webpage, as the award criteria differs(available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)
  • British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) scholarships: £500. See the BUTEX website for eligibility and further information.

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 8.5 hours) £600-850
  • Visa costs £200-300
  • Health insurance (compulsory) £300 - 400
  • Travel insurance approx £200-£300
  • Accommodation £2500-3000

Approximate living costs compiled from student surveys and partner university website.

More about the cost of studying abroad

Accommodation

The University offers a number of different residence styles and locations for students. Apartments, single bedrooms in a suite arrangement, residential colleges, and language houses provide a wide variety of experiences for choose to apply to live on campus.

Some students choose to live off campus. There are a number of properties close to the University that are owned by the University of Virginia Foundation.

More about accommodation

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2014/15 = 25%
2015/16 = no data available
2016/17 = 20%

 Module catalogue

 
 
Corvallis, Oregon State University 

Oregon State University website
Fast facts

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students enrolled: 30, 592
  • Number of campuses: 2
  • Academic year: September - June
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: August – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January – June

Things to do

Corvallis is a small university town located 85 miles south of the state capital Portland, on the Pacific coast in the beautiful Willamette Valley.

Sport is a huge part of the university and there is an American football stadium for 45,000 people on campus, as well as a baseball stadium and a superb sports centre complete with two enormous gyms, swimming pool and indoor running track around the basketball courts, as well as an indoor climbing wall. The sports centre is free of charge to students.

Nearly any kind of outdoor activity imaginable can be enjoyed in Oregon including skiing, white water rafting, sailing, water skiing, windsurfing and hiking. The state has 1,500 camping areas scattered across the state and backpacking and camping gear is available for rent on campus. Top attractions: Oregon Zoo, Pearl District boutiques and restaurants, Crater Lake National Park, Lan Su Chinese Garden and Portland Saturday Market.

Travel opportunities

Portland Airport, the nearest international airport, is 1.5 hours’ drive from Corvallis and is located in the state capital, the state’s most populous city. This is the gateway to travelling in the US and Canada, including Seattle and Vancouver – only 1.5 hours flight away. Within an hour or two of the campus are the beautiful Oregon coastline, the majestic Cascade Range and the Columbia River Gorge. Further afield, you can visit California to the south, Nevada to the southeast and Idaho to the east to explore iconic destinations such as San Francisco, Las Vegas and Yosemite National Park.

Getting around

The campus is around 20 minutes’ walk from downtown but buses are free to OSU students. Cycling and walking is also very easy and popular in the area. 

Climate

Oregon’s climate has been described as similar to that of the UK, but with clearly defined seasons: colder winters and warmer summers. Winters are cool and rainy (average minimum 1°C) with little snowfall, whilst summers are warm and dry (up to 27°C).

Finance 2017/18

Bursaries from the University of Nottingham available for those accepted to study abroad at OSU:

  • Means tested International Office Travel Bursary of £750 dependant on household income for students starting their studies in 2016. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the financial webpage, as the award criteria differs(available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)
  • British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) scholarships: £500. See the BUTEX website for eligibility and further information.

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 10 hours) £600-800
  • Visa costs £100-£250
  • Health insurance (compulsory) £700
  • Travel insurance approx £200-£300
  • Accommodation £2000-3900

Approximate living costs compiled from student surveys and partner university website.

Accommodation

All students live in university accommodation in one of the following options.

  • On campus residences: “All residence halls are conveniently located on the south, east and west areas of campus. The residences accommodate 200-350 students and are minutes from the centre of the campus. They are equipped with televisions, recreation rooms and kitchenettes.”
  • Cooperative houses: “There are four university-owned co-op houses. A cooperative is a large two- or three-storey house with 25-60 members living together in a home-like environment. Two to five students are usually assigned to a study room with a desk, closet and space for personal belongings. All co-ops have television rooms, study areas and living room space. Most also have recreation areas. All co-ops are located on the east side of campus.”
  • Home stay: Opportunity to stay with a family for “a more holistic American experience”.

 More about accommodation

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2014/15 = 28%
2015/16 = 16%
2016/17 = 12%

Module catalogue

More about studying abroad at  Oregon State University

 
 
Knoxville, University of Tennessee NOT AVAILBLE FOR EXCHANGE in 2017-18

University of Tennessee website

Fast facts

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students enrolled: 27,171
  • Number of campuses: 1
  • Academic year: August - May
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: August – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January – May

Location

The University of Tennessee’s flagship campus is based at Knoxville. The campus offers a wide range of activities including arboretum tours, star gazing, skydiving trips, film nights, and international coffee hours, where you can meet up to chat and learn how to make various international dishes. The state-of-the-art student rec center is equipped with Olympic-sized indoor and outdoor pools and a wide range of sports available.

Things to do

Renowned as the "Birthplace of the Blues;" the home of Elvis Presley, and of course, for Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry, Tennessee is rightfully known as the ‘Country Music Capital of the World.’ Knoxville itself is a medium-sized city (population 500,000) that still retains the friendliness of a smaller town. Downtown and the adjoining ‘Old City’ offer live music, coffee shops and a host of unique shops, all located one mile from campus.

There are lots of opportunities to watch sport including American football, basketball, softball and baseball. Places Rated Almanac (Millennium Edition) rates Knoxville as "The Number One Best Place to Live" for cities under one million population.

Top attractions: Sun Studio, Elvis Presley’s Graceland, Memphis Zoo and Nashville Coliseum (Home of the TN Titans).

Climate

Tennessee has a temperate climate, with warm summers and mild winters. Knoxville’s annual mean temperature is 16°C, with averages of 5°C in January and 26°C in July. The greatest rainfall occurs in the winter and early spring, especially March; the early fall months, particularly September and October, are the driest.

Travel opportunities

There are eight states that border Tennessee so you can easily explore different states and cities. Nearby beauty spots include the Great Smokey Mountains, America’s most visited national park, where elevations range from 800 to 6,643 feet. You can hike a portion of the Appalachian Trail, a continuous marked footpath of about 2160 miles stretching through 14 states. Tennessee is home to famous US cities including Memphis. Graceland, the home of Elvis Presley, is located only a few miles south of downtown Memphis.

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 8.5 hours) £550-750
  • Visa costs £100-£250
  • Health insurance (compulsory) £400-£600
  • Accommodation £1900-2700

Approximate living costs compiled from student surveys and partner university website.

Knoxville is below the national average for cost of living as indicated by an ACCRA study in February 2008: 19.73% lower than the U.S. average.

Accommodation

All exchange students live on campus in university housing. Most exchange students are placed in Andy Holt Apartment Residence Hall. You share a bedroom, an experience common to American college and university students. UT offers a successful international roommate programme so you will be housed with American students who have requested international roommates.

More about accommodation

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2014/15 = 19%

2015/16 = 33%

2016/17 = 14%

Module catalogue

More about studying abroad at The University of Tennessee

(click on ‘Incoming Exchange’ in the left-hand column)

 
 
Storrs, University of Connecticut 

University of Connecticut website
Fast facts

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students enrolled: 30,525
  • Number of campuses: 5
  • Academic year: August - May
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: August – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January – May

Location

The University of Connecticut is in the university town of Storrs, which is connected to the state capital, Hartford, by a number of bus routes. Connecticut and neighbouring states are in the region of New England which is famous for its white wooden panel churches, red brick buildings and fall scenery. There are some great beaches and national parks along the north east coast and the area is well known for its outdoor activities such as mountain biking and skiing. Top attractions: Avery’s soda factory, Lake Compounce Theme Park and Connecticut Wine Trail.The University of Connecticut offers a range of culturally – and gastronomically – rich attractions. Tour the diverse and distinct museums; attend world-class performances in music, theatre, and the performing arts; or enjoy homemade ice cream at the UConn Dairy Bar.

There’s a wealth of things to see and do at the Storrs campus, including the Student Union (the U) with its own movie theatre, game room with video games, pool and bowling, TV lounges and food court; you can watch American football, basketball and baseball on campus; enjoy free sports facilities including an Olympic sized pool, gym, classes, and the unique OOzeball – UConn’s traditional mud volleyball tournament; join hundreds of student clubs and organisations; enjoy enternatainment including concerts, stand-up comedy and plays; and chill out at UConn Late night every Friday with free food, karaoke and massage.

Travel opportunities

Storrs is a great location to start your travels in the USA, sandwiched between the famous cities of Boston (1.5hrs drive) and New York (3hrs drive). It has a good rail network and several bus companies including Greyhound buses offer transport along the East Coast from the nearby state capital, Hartford. Regular internal flights also operate from Bradley International Airport near Hartford. Further afield, Niagara Falls, Toronto and Ottawa in Canada are easily reached by train from New York or Boston.

Climate

The climate in Connecticut is characterised as a humid continental climate with cold winters and hot humid summers.

Finance 2017/18

Bursaries from the University of Nottingham available for those accepted to study abroad at UConn:

  • Means tested International Office Travel Bursary of £750 dependant on household income for students starting their studies in 2016. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the financial webpage, as the award criteria differs(available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)
  • British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) scholarships: £500. See the BUTEX website for eligibility and further information.

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 7 hours) £400-600
  • Visa costs £100-£250
  • Health insurance (UConn own compulsory) £965
  • Travel insurance approx £200-300
  • Accommodation £2700-9000
  • Meal plan (dependant on housing type) £2, 000 - 2, 400

Approximate living costs compiled from student surveys and partner university website.

Accommodation

On campus accommodation is guaranteed for exchange students. Students live in one of 18 halls on campus in a room shared between two. All students purchase a meal plan, which is unlimited, so you can eat as much as you want in the on-campus cafes and restaurants.

Kosher and Halal food stations are available as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options.

UConn accommodation has a number of Learning Communities which offer students the opportunity to live and study with others who share their interests including Global House which gives students the opportunity to live with US and international students who are interested in their world and their relationship to it.

There is an airport/train station pickup and welcome programme to help you settle in with your new roommates and introduce you to the 400 student organizations available at UConn.

More about accommodation

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2014/15 = 12%
2015/16 = 26%
2016/17 = 13%

Module catalogue

More about  studying abroad and exchanges at University of Connecticut   

 
 

NR Washington DC, The University of Maryland

The University of Maryland website

Fast facts

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students enrolled: 26,538
  • Number of campuses: 1
  • Academic year: September – May
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: September – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January - May

Location

The University of Maryland’s campus, College Park islocated in suburban Maryland and is just 8 miles from Washington D.C. connected by regular metro trains. The campus is on a 1,250 acre site with free shuttle buses to take you around.

It is under a four hour drive from New York by car and less to Philadelphia. The campus is within 45 minutes of three major airports.

Things to do

College park has plenty of space for activities and hangouts, with a variety of pubs and restaurants in the surrounding areas. The campus has its own performing arts centre, sports facilities, and even an ice skating rink in the winter. With so many cities an easy journey away from campus there is plenty to do, from sightseeing to concerts and shows. You can visit famous landmarks such as the White House and the Statue of Liberty. If

you prefer nature, Great Falls Park offers routes for hiking, rock climbing and kayaking.

 

Climate

The eastern region of Maryland has a humid subtropical climate with hot, humid summers and a short, mild to cool winter. Average temperatures are 31oC in July and -2oC in January. There can be intervening periods of much more intense cold and blizzards also occur every few years

Finance 2017/18

Bursaries and scholarships available for those accepted to study abroad at Maryland:

    • Means tested International Office Travel Bursary of £750 dependant on household income for students starting their studies in 2016. Students who started their studies before 2016 should see the financial webpage, as the award criteria differs(available to students classed as Home Students for fees purposes and accepted to study abroad as part of the University-wide exchange programme)
    • British Universities Transatlantic Exchange Association (BUTEX) scholarships: £500. See 
      the BUTEX website for eligibility and further information.

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 8 hours) £500-700
  • Visa costs £100-£250
  • Health insurance (Maryland's policy) £500
  • Travel insurance approx £200-£300
  • Accommodation £2500- 2800
  • Meal plan approx £2, 300
  • Student activity fee £30

 

Accommodation

  • Undergraduate students are guaranteed housing as long as they complete the online housing application on the Department of Resident Life website
  • Students can only apply for housing after they have been accepted and assigned a student and university ID number
  • Some on-campus accommodations do not have kitchen facilities. In these cases, students are required to purchase a meal plan and do not have the option of waiving out of an on-campus meal plan
  • Those assigned to on-campus accommodations with a kitchen, can opt out of a meal plan
  • Further information on accommodation and meal plans are available from:
    http://www.resnet.umd/edu/housing/

 

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2015/16 = 18%
2016/17 = 9%

Module catalogue

 

 
 
Tampa, The University of South Florida NOT AVAILABLE FOR EXCHANGE in 2017-18

University of South Florida website

Fast facts

  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students enrolled: 47,214
  • Number of campuses: 5
  • Academic year: August - May
  • Autumn Semester Equivalent: August – December
  • Spring Semester Equivalent: January – May

    Location

    The USF campus is about 20-30 minutes from downtown Tampa and Tampa International airport. The campus covers 1700 acres of land so students do have to get used to walking around to get to lectures!

     

    Things to do

    There is a lot going on at USF including sports facilities, food and drink outlets, shops and an active students’ union. There is also a theme park located 20 minutes’ walk from campus and a water theme park a short drive away.

    Further information is available from their website

    Top attractions: Tampa Theatre, Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo and Walt Disney World

    Travel opportunities

    The Sunshine State offers fantastic travel opportunities including Miami, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale. Florida's world famous theme parks such as Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld Orlando are within easy reach, along with dozens of smaller attractions and water parks.

    Florida beaches, whether quiet and secluded or bustling with activity, are ranked among the best in the country for beauty, accessibility and facilities. Further afield, the Bahamas, Cuba and New Orleans are popular tourist destinations.

    Climate

    The weather in Tampa is characterized as a humid subtropical climate characterized by hot, humid summers and chilly to mild winters. It rains frequently during warm weather so bring a raincoat, waterproof shoes, and an umbrella. The average temperature in Tampa is 17°C to 27°C.

Approximate living costs per semester:

  • Return flight from UK (av. 9 hours) £500-800
  • Visa costs £100-£250
  • Health insurance (compulsory) £500-600
  • Accommodation £2200-3500

Approximate living costs compiled from student surveys and partner university website.

Compared to the rest of the country, Tampa's cost of living is 11.80% lower than the U.S. average.

More about the cost of living

Accommodation

Most exchange students live in university campus accommodation and so the student residences are the main focus for students’ social lives as well as the student centre and student societies/clubs. 
Accommodation is offered in both catered and self catering options. In catered options, students are required to purchase a meal plan card which they use as a debit card across campus. The meal plan enables students to store up their money and spend it when they prefer including campus outlets such as Starbucks, Burger King and Ben& Jerry’s on campus.

More about accommodation

Application success rate

Percentage of students placed at this partner out of total applications received (including 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice).

2014/15 = 17%
2015/16 = 44%

 Module catalogue

More about about the USF Exchange Programme

 
 

 

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