Study abroad for the first semester of your second year. This is an excellent opportunity to travel and to gain a fresh perspective on your course through the experience of a different academic system.
Why study abroad?
Participating in the programme will broaden your horizons, enhance your personal development and can dramatically improve your career prospects.
Who is eligible for study abroad?
You need a good attendance record and a minimum average of 60% from your first year university results.
Study abroad is available for students on most of our biological and biomedical sciences courses. This is dependent on whether students can find an overseas university offering suitable course units.
Students studying Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology or a degree with industrial experience or with a modern language are not eligible for the study abroad programme.
Where could you go?
There are many opportunities to study throughout Asia, in Australia, New Zealand and the Americas. See a full list of partner universities.
Will you need to speak a foreign language?
Foreign language skills are not necessary for study at any of our partner universities.
What will it cost?
At present tuition fees are no higher for your time abroad.