Open to all School of Management undergraduate students as part of a 4 year degree scheme which includes a studying in a partner University abroad in your 3rd year.

‘The highlights of my time abroad include seeing an impromptu dance battle in the school yard, experiencing a traditional Thanksgiving celebration with my friend’s family, going to a SF Giants baseball game, riding on the side of a tram over the hills of San Francisco, visiting a pumpkin farm... There are too many to mention!- Study Abroad student , San Francisco State University!

Why Study Abroad?

Why Study Abroad?

‘I chose to take part in the study abroad scheme as it gave me an opportunity to travel, before I got caught up in the world of work & also I wanted to experience living in another country’ — Study Abroad student, The University of Canterbury.

‘I chose to study abroad to gain new experiences and to travel. This is something I believe I’ve achieved, I have done so many things in the short amount of time that I have lived here.' - Study Abroad Student, Mannheim University.

Where will students be studying in 2018?

Linkoping University                        

Mannheim University                      

Angers University                              

University of Texas Austin                 

New Brunswick University

Florida State University

Deakin University

Dalhousie University

Iowa State University

Acadia University

Deakin University

ESC Rennes School of Business

* This is a list is subject to change each year, depending on available spaces at School of Management & University wide partners. For more information please email Sophie Lacey.


Erasmus+ Grant - approx 280-430€

The Erasmus+ Grant is dependent on location, and varies in each country. It is available for students who decide to spend up to a year of their course in Europe in 2017-18 through the Erasmus+ programme. Students can receive grants of up to 380 euros per month for study, depending on the country they go to. This grant is a contribution to the extra costs of studying abroad, which is why it varies by country.

Global Opportunities Bursary - £1000

The Global Opportunities Bursary is available for students spending a year studying abroad outside of Europe as part of their degree (except Texas).

The International Development Office provides students with a £1000 bursary, once students have submitted all the necessary paperwork.

Student Loans

If you are studying abroad, you can still apply for your student loan as normal through the relevant Student Loan Company. It is important that you are enrolled on the correct degree scheme which reflects your year abroad, and that you inform the SLC that you are going abroad.

You may be asked to submit a Course Abroad Form, which the Go Global team is happy to sign and stamp for you. It is your responsibility to apply for any loans and grants.

Tuition Fees

If you are spending a year abroad as part of your degree, then you will only pay 15% of your usual tuition fees to Swansea for that year.


Students must achieve at least 50% overall average and must pass 2nd year of studies, progressing onto the study abroad year.

Cultural awareness is important  for those who that wish to work internationally.

Study Abroad is a valuable addition to a CV, as well as offering students the opportunity to experience a new culture.

We strategically partner ourselves with institutions, that are leading experts in business management, accounting and finance and economics.

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