School of Computing

Study Abroad

Study Abroad

The Erasmus Programme is an EU-funded programme which encourages students in higher education to spend part of their studies in another European country.

You have the opportunity to take a study placement at a partner university. On some courses, there is also the opportunity to do a work placement in another European country.

Erasmus Programme

You can spend up to 12 months studying at another University in one of the participating Erasmus countries.

We currently have exchange arrangements with a number of universities. If you are interested, discuss the choices and procedures with your tutor, and the Erasmus Coordinator.

It's not necessary to speak another language, but you'll have the chance to brush up on your language skills before you go. Free language training is given before and during the period of study abroad. You might also be able to take a language module as part of your undergraduate course. 

Find out more about doing an Erasmus exchange within Europe and outside Europe.

Incoming Erasmus students

If you're not a Newcastle University student, you can come and study in the School of Computing for one or more semesters as part of an Erasmus agreement.

You'll have to be a student at one of the following institutions:

You can choose modules from the international student study abroad module catalogue.

Contact us

Contact Alan Tully, who is responsible for Computing Science exchanges at Newcastle.