The deadline for 2017-18 applications is coming soon! Speak to your school coordinator as soon as possible for details. The deadline for school nominations is 27 January.
Your time spent abroad is an integral part of your degree at Newcastle, it is not a gap period. You transfer the credits gained at the partner university back to Newcastle.
We have a growing list of partner universities located outside of Europe. Each partner is linked to a specific subject area or faculty. The partners you can study at will depend on the subject you are studying at Newcastle.
Each partner has a specified number of places for Newcastle students. Demand for places can exceed the number of places we have available. If this situation occurs, participants may be chosen based on academic achievement.
Benefits of the non-EU exchange programme
Studying overseas can be a life changing experience. Immersing yourself in another culture will help your learn more about yourself and help you develop your personal skills. It will also help you deepen your understanding of the academic subject you are studying.
Adding study abroad to your CV can help you to stand out in the job market.
You will also gain:
- new or improved language skills
- a range of life-skills not taught in the lecture theatre
- new perspectives on an academic subject
- an international network of friends