The University of Nottingham has one of the biggest and most diverse study abroad programmes in the UK and those who have chosen to study abroad often say that it was the highlight of their time as a student.
You can apply to go abroad for one semester or one year in your second year, or for one semester in your third year. MSci International Relations and Global Issues students can study abroad for one year in their second or third year. Our factsheets have full details of the institutions we partner with.
The University-wide exchange programme offers you the opportunity to study at one of our partner institutions, including universities in:
The Erasmus programme is a European-wide initiative based on subject-specific exchange agreements between schools/departments at Nottingham and academic counterparts at partner universities across Europe (teaching is in English).
The school has exchange agreements in place with institutions in:
You can apply to study at one of our overseas campuses in China or Malaysia for one semester or one year in your second year.
Studying abroad is a great opportunity to travel, widen the content of your degree and to expose yourself to a different culture and university lifestyle. It has also made me more independent and responsible, as well as broadening my political knowledge. Being able to discuss issues with a range of people from different backgrounds has been interesting.
Katie Baneth, studied abroad in Toronto, Canada
Prague is a nice place for a wander. When you leave the centre you can walk in any direction and be surrounded by old classical buildings. The stories my lecturer told, that the Czechs used to be the richest in Europe, seem a little more believable when you see the beauty of Prague and nearly every other town you visit.
Khalid Shroufi, studied abroad in Prague, Czech Republic
I learnt so much in my year away at Monash University and really matured as an individual. It offered me a life experience I don't feel I could have gained had I studied my whole degree at Nottingham. I would encourage anybody with the opportunity to go on exchange to take advantage of it!
Benjamin Beck, studied abroad in Melbourne, Australia
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