Study Abroad

Students from the College of Social Science have the opportunity to enrol at partner institutions in various parts of the world during the third year of their undergraduate degree programme*.

The Study Abroad Initiative is currently on offer to students in four of our schools. The initiative is available to those who have successfully completed years 1 and 2 of their degree and enables students to spend a year studying overseas during what would be their third year of study. The initiative enables students to experience their subject from a different perspective and to explore different societies and cultures. 

*Only a limited number of places are available‌‌‌

Current partner institutions:

Lincoln Law School is currently partnered with; 

University of Bergen
University of Warsaw
Radboud University
University of Augsburg
North-West University
Rikkyo University

 

The School of Psychology is currently partnered with;

University of Regensburg
University of Padua 
University of Milan (MSc only)

The School of Social and Political Science is currently partnered with; 

Ghent University
Johannes Gutenberg University
The Hague University of Applied Sciences
Radboud University
Malmö University
Juniata College
State University of New York at Oneonta
Western Kentucky University 
Appalachian State University
 

The School of Sport and Exercise Science is currently partnered with; 

Appalachian State University
University of Western Kentucky





 

School Contacts

Visit the School Study Abroad page for more information

 

Visit the School Study Abroad page for more information

 

Visit the School Study Abroad page for more information

Testimonials

  • “Classes provided me new ways of writing, learning, and challenged me to do my best. The class I enjoyed the most was my Environmental class and I am proud to say I lectured for about an hour and a half and I never would have thought I could even do that, it challenged me in the most amazing ways and I loved all of the skills I took away from it”. - Amanda Brockinton, School of Social and Political Sciences

  • “The social aspect of my year abroad was great. Studying with people from all over the world, I was always meeting new people from different countries with intriguing stories. Finding new things about people and cultures vastly different from mine was a really rewarding experience”. - Pedro Cipriani, School of Social and Political Sciences

  • “I wholeheartedly believe that the time spent studying in America was one of the best investments in my future I have made. . . . This is because it has helped me increase both my academic understanding and my social understanding” - Alex Baily, School of Social and Political Sciences

  • “During my time abroad I was able to visit seven different countries, learn about their individual histories and cultures as well as spend time with people from all over the world, something I consider a great privilege and something that would not have been as accessible if I had not moved to the Netherlands”. - Rebecca Hassall, School of Social and Political Sciences