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YEAR ABROAD 24/25 - Online information sessions to apply for year abroad 2024/25. Slides and recording included.

The time has come for second year students (and some first year if your department allows it) to consider whether they might be interested in going on a year abroad next year (2024/25)!

The Student Mobility team hosted two introductory online information sessions about year abroad, how the application process will work and an introduction on timelines for application.

Slides from session on 26 October 2023 hereLink opens in a new window

Recording hereLink opens in a new window

Wed 08 Nov 2023, 09:45 | Tags: Deadlines, Exchange, Outbound, Outgoing, Outgoing Students

YEAR ABROAD - Essential guide for those interested in year abroad

Wed 25 Oct 2023, 12:59

Japanese Scholarship for PG study

This scholarship is tenable for 24 months from April 2024 or 18 months from September/October 2024, including six months of Japanese language education, with no prior knowledge of the Japanese language necessary for most subjects. Research or study can be undertaken in almost any field so long as it is related to a grantee’s field of expertise or previous study, and this is for those who intend to obtain a Master’s, professional or doctoral degree in Japan.

Students with nationalities other than British should contact the Japanese Embassy in their home country for application procedures. (The list of Japanese diplomatic missions can be found at:

Tue 25 Apr 2023, 10:32 | Tags: Current Students, Finance, Funding

Europe Country-wide Student Mobility Support Session February 2023

This isn’t a formal session. It is designed to try to give you as much information and support as we can as you start preparing. At the end are all the questions that we received at the online sessions together with the answers. There is a slide that gives you the times and dates of the international meetings, please join as many as you need or want to.

I apologise for it not to be a recording but technology was working against me and I didn't want to delay putting the information here for you to see.

Slides and notesLink opens in a new window

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