School of History, Classics and Archaeology

Study Abroad

Study Abroad

Undergraduate students can choose to study abroad as part of their degree. Studying abroad is a fun, challenging experience that'll broaden your cultural horizons, increase your employability and help you to develop a range of skills.

It is also a unique chance to improve your language skills and develop an international network of friends.

You can study abroad in an EU or non-EU country. Find out more about:

If you are a Stage 2 student considering study abroad in Semester 1, or a Stage 3 (Erasmus or non-EU) student, please consult the following guidance:

Classics exchange

We have links with two distinguished institutions in Italy; the University of Bologna and Istituto Orientale in Naples.

Both are situated in cities of outstanding beauty and historical interest, with large student populations.

Every year, we aim to send at least two students to spend their second year in Italy, and receive two in return.

Preference may be given to students reading Classics, but other students willing to do some Latin in Bologna will be welcome.

While the teaching is in Italian, both Bologna and Naples provide intensive language classes before formal teaching begins.

Find out more

Find out more about studying abroad on our Study Abroad and Exchanges website.

The Erasmus coordinator for the School of History, Classics and Archaeology is Dr Chloe Duckworth.