Summer and Short Programmes 2014/15

A world of opportunities!

As a student at Swansea University, there are many options available for you to gain some experience abroad through one of our Summer Programmes.

Current destinations include China, India, North America, Japan, Africa, Australasia and Europe. Spending time abroad can greatly enhance your interpersonal and transferrable skills, improve your employability and you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a different culture, while making lifelong friends and memories. 

Asia

Opportunities are available in China, India and Japan

Africa

Opportunities available in Zambia and Gambia

Australia

Find out more about our summer programme in Australia.

Case Studies

Find out what Swansea University students think about their international experience.

North America

Opportunities are available in Canada and the USA

Europe

Opportunities available in France, Spain, Germany, Switzerland and Netherlands....

Scholarships and Bursaries

Find out more about the scholarships and bursaries available to Swansea University students when studying/working abroad.

Summer & Short Programmes 2014/15

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