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Studying abroad after Brexit

Studying abroad after Brexit

We are committed to providing a global experience for all Nottingham students, including life-changing opportunities to study or work abroad during our degree courses – at partner universities in Europe and around the world.

Disclaimer: This webpage was most recently updated on 14 February 2020. The information below was correct to the best of our knowledge at this time, but is subject to change.

Erasmus+

The University has made a commitment to continue providing outgoing student mobility and exchange programmes through the Erasmus+ scheme (or an alternative to the Erasmus+ scheme) until the 2022-23 academic year.

University of Nottingham students studying or working abroad as part of the Erasmus+ programme in the 2019-20 academic year will continue to be funded for their mobility period in Europe and can find more information on Erasmus+ grants and residing in a European country on the University Workspace.

University of Nottingham students studying or working abroad as part of the Erasmus+ programme in the 2020-21 academic year will also continue to be funded for their mobility period in Europe through the Erasmus+ programme and should attend information sessions on the grant, taking place during the spring term 2020.

Find out more about our Erasmus+ programme

Studying abroad outside Europe

We offer a range of student exchanges and study abroad opportunities at our international campuses in China and Malaysia and our partner universities around the world.

Find out more about our study abroad opportunities

Current EU students studying abroad

If you are currently studying abroad or you are a current student who plans to study abroad for less than twelve months in the near future, you will still be able to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme – from within or outside the UK – as long as you meet the other eligibility requirements.  We strongly advise all eligible current students to apply for the EU Settlement Scheme.

Absences from the UK of longer than six months generally mean that you cannot claim continuous residency in the UK, which is a requirement for applying to the EU Settlement Scheme. However, there are some exceptions which allow you to be absent from the UK for up to twelve months and still be considered continuously resident. This includes studying abroad.

Find out more about the EU Settlement Scheme

International Office

C Floor, YANG Fujia Building
Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Road
Nottingham, NG8 1BB, UK

t: +44 (0) 115 951 5247
f: +44 (0) 115 951 5155
e: europe-team@nottingham.ac.uk