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 Study Abroad and Exchanges.

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:

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 Katie East.