Study abroad options by college
Study abroad options as part of your course.
What if my course does not offer a study abroad opportunity?
If your course does not offer a study abroad opportunity, but you are still keen to undertake an international experience whilst at UWE Bristol, there are still plenty of options for you to pursue. Find out more information and consider volunteering or working abroad.
"I would recommend studying abroad to other students. Not only do you get the chance to specialise in something totally different, but you get transferable skills, like emotional resilience – which will help during your exams, further studies and future career."
Katerina BSc(Hons) Psychology
Study abroad funding options
UWE Bristol students undertaking a study abroad programme with a partner institution in Europe may be eligible for funding options including the Employability bursery and the Erasmus+ Grant.Find out more
Get ahead of your peers – whatever your background
Study abroad supports social mobility. Analysis by Universities UK shows students who go abroad outperform their peers academically and professionally. They are:
- 19% more likely to gain a first class degree
- 20% less likely to be unemployed
- 10% more likely to be in ‘graduate’ jobs six months after graduation.
And, for students from under-represented and disadvantaged groups, the benefits of studying abroad are even more prominent.