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Undertaking an exchange shows potential employers that you have initiative to form your own learning objectives.Heena Mistry, went on exchange to Virginia Tech, USA
Undertaking an exchange shows potential employers that you have initiative to form your own learning objectives.
We have more than 150 agreements with partner universities worldwide in Australia, USA, Canada, Europe, Hong Kong, Japan and many others to enable you to enhance your student experience, acquire additional transferable skills and make you stand out from the crowd with a much more impressive CV!
Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
Most undergraduate students can apply to go on exchange with approval from your Subject Co-ordinator. Most students study abroad during year 2 of their degree.
You will need to have an average of at least 55% in the studies that you have completed by the application deadline. If you have double modules during your first year we need written confirmation of your achievement to date from your module leaders and a statement that you are likely to achieve the required average. Language students need to obtain a pass.
The Go International website outlines the benefits of studying abroad, with case studies, tips on financing your time abroad, and practical steps to prepare for your experience.