Outgoing Students

There are a number of benefits to taking a period of study abroad.

Although challenging, the experience can be extremely rewarding and you will develop your knowledge and skills by learning in a different social and cultural context.

If you wish to take part in the Erasmus programme, you can find application forms and other practical information below

Full information about international exchanges (non Erasmus) can be found here:

“I was a little concerned before I went to Italy as I didn't speak the language and it was my first time living away from home. However, it turned out to be the most amazing experience of my life.”

Rachael Douglad Management with Human Resource Management BA (Hons)

13, June, 2012 Scandinavian-inspired ceramic designs to go on show at Gray’s Degree Show 2012

Gray's School of Art Degree Show 2012

A 3-Dimensional Design student puts the finishing touches to final-year collection inspired by study trip to Finland.  

External Links

British Council

The United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities.

Europass

Five documents to make your skills and qualifications clearly and easily understood in Europe

Your Europe

A website which gives detailed practical information about exercising your rights at national and Community level

Ploteus

Portal on Learning Opportunities throughout the European Space

Student Video Blogs

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Find out what life is really like for an Erasmus student!


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