School of Mathematical Sciences
Study abroad

Study abroad

We offer a range of study abroad opportunities from our international study degree to shorter schemes.

For the latest information about availability, eligibility and how to apply, download the latest study abroad factsheet which contains up-to-date information about opportunities for the School of Mathematical Sciences


BSc Mathematics (International Study) 

This four-year degree allows you to spend a year abroad studying at an English-speaking university or with a European partner institution attending lectures in a foreign language. 

Application for this course is through UCAS.

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Other programmes

Students on eligible programmes in the School of Mathematical Sciences can also apply to study abroad through the Erasmus or University-wide exchange programmes. 

Erasmus exchange programme

Study at one of our Erasmus partner universities in France, Germany, Italy or Spain.

Teaching takes place in the country's native language.

If you plan to apply to study in one of these countries, we recommend taking some of the modules offered by the Language Centre in your second year.

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University-wide exchange programme

Study at a selected partner university for a semester or full year. Previous destinations include: 

  • Canada
  • Australia
  • Singapore
  • USA

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Eligibility and how to apply

Eligible courses include:

  • Single honours Mathematics
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Joint honours Mathematics and Economics. 

Mathematical Physics students should contact the School of Physics and Astronomy for study abroad opportunities.

To apply, please contact Dr Etienne Farcot, the School's Director of International Studies. We recommend starting these discussions with the your personal tutor and the Director of International Studies as early as possible. 


From our students

“The main reason for my applcation to Nottingham to study maths was because of the opportunity to study abroad, which I succeeded in by studying at the University of Queensland”

Oli Douch
BSc Mathematics (International Study)


Please be aware that study abroad, compulsory year abroad, optional placements/internships and integrated year in industry opportunities may change at any time for a number of reasons, including curriculum developments, changes to arrangements with partner universities or placement/industry hosts, travel restrictions or other circumstances outside of the university's control. Every effort will be made to update this information as quickly as possible should a change occur.


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