Study abroad

Studying abroad is an amazing experience, and an opportunity to expand your horizons, learn new things and experience a new culture.

All undergraduate courses in the School of Creative Arts offer the option of studying abroad for a year, usually between second and third year.

We have partnerships with universities around the world in the USA, Canada, Latin America, South Africa, China, Korea and Japan, South East Asia, and Australia.

We are also part of the EU Erasmus programme, which gives you the chance to live, study and work in around twenty European countries.

If you cannot take a semester or year, we also offer summer schools in France, Germany, Korea and Thailand.

See our partner universities.

You don't necessarily need to speak a foreign language to study abroad.

You can study in English at many of our partner universities in non-English speaking countries, learning the local language alongside as a bonus.

Being surrounded by native speakers will help you improve your language skills quickly and get even more out of your international experience.

Find out more information on studying abroad or contact Lewis Harrison-Barker, the School’s Study Abroad co-ordinator.