Studying abroad with the College of Arts and Humanities
The College of Arts and Humanities has partner institutions around the world and can help you develop your global mind-set and boost your future career. Studying abroad is a great opportunity to experience another culture, make friends from around the world and gain valuable experience to prepare you for the world of work after you complete your studies.
We offer a semester abroad to eligible students enrolled on a 3-year course, and students on a 4-year degree scheme that includes a year abroad will be able to study at a partner university in their third year.
Summer and Short programmes are also open to all College of Arts and Humanities students. This is a fantastic way to gain international experience alongside your degree programme.
Students on a three-year degree programme in Political & Cultural Studies, English Language, English Literature, History, Ancient History & Classics, Media Studies and Education have the opportunity to study abroad for a Semester and experience life as an international student for up to six months. You can choose to study at one of our partner universities in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, USA, Canada and Europe. See these pages for more information on semesters abroad.
Students on a four-year degree programme will typically spend their third year abroad to either study full-time at one of our partner universities, teach English as a language assistant or work abroad on a placement. Your tuition fees during your third year will be 15% of your normal annual tuition fee (Home/EU students). See these pages to find out where you can go on your degree programme..
Summer and Short Programmes
Summer and Short programmes are open to all College of Arts and Humanities students. It is a fantastic way to gain international experience alongside your degree programme. There is a range of opportunities in a variety of countries, from Volunteering to study programmes, from internships to cultural programmes – there’s something to suit everyone! Find out more about the Summer and Short programmes.
There may be opportunities to spend a year completing an international work placement or teaching assistantship if you are studying Modern Languages or Translation.