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Studying or working abroad can be a life changing opportunity that lets you gain new skills, meet new people and experience different cultures.
We offer lots of ways to go abroad for both staff and students. You can choose to study abroad as part of a University-wide exchange programme. This includes the chance to study in countries such as Brazil and the USA. If you choose to study or work abroad with Erasmus + you'll benefit from a grant that will cover part of the costs during your stay. We also welcome students and staff to visit our university.
Find out how you can study or work in another EU country and receive a grant that will cover part of the costs during your stay.Erasmus + >>
We have a number of student exchange agreements with partner universities across the globe. Study abroad >>
As a BA (Hons) Visual Communication student you will have the opportunity to take part in a number of overseas trips and visits as part of your course.
For example, a trip to Thailand's prestigious Chulalongkorn University, in Bangkok, became a reality for some of our second year students.
Talking about the refreshing and exotic new environment, Sian Rowley said: “Apart from the project work, we were able to travel in the last week….we trekked through the jungle, stayed with a tribe and rode elephants.”
Visual Communication student Charlotte Harrison was one of those who took part in the University's Erasmus Exchange programme.
Charlotte (pictured), a BA (Hons) in Visual Communication student, said: "For my Erasmus exchange, I studied at Frederick University in Cyprus between February and June. I worked on a photographic documentary, chronicling the lives of local people in the capital city of Nicosia."