• Study abroad

    Your could really broaden your horizons and increase your understanding of your subject by spending part of your degree studying in another country. 

    About - Study abroad

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    Anthropology

    Anthropology students can really benefit from time spent living in a culture that is different from their own, and studying abroad is a really popular option. Recent undergraduates have spent time studying at universities in Canada, Australia, Malta, and the Netherlands. 

    We have links with more than 100 partner universities around the world so if you're interested in expanding your international experience you can choose to study abroad as part of your degree. 

    Geography

    Recent Geography undergraduates have spent a semester or two at universities in Canada, Australia, Europe, and the USA. We also have a special partnership with the University of Malta. 

    Rachel Kamall

    The course appealed to me both academically and for my future career prospects, and the offer of a study abroad programme really sold it! I love travelling and take a keen interest in global current affairs. My year in sunny California has been amazing.

    Rachel Kamall, Geography with Sociology graduate Read more about Rachel’s experience »

    International Relations and Politics

    As a student of International Relations and Politics you are encouraged to study abroad. This is a really popular option, with recent social sciences undergraduates spending time studying at universities in the USA, Australia, Europe, and Asia.

    Sociology

    Sociology has additional Erasmus links with University of Gothenburg in Sweden and the Free University in Amsterdam, so if you're interested in expanding your international experience you can choose to study abroad as part of your degree.