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International Partner Opportunities

As a globally connected University, Warwick students can benefit from a wealth of unique international study and research opportunities with some of our key strategic partners:

EUTOPIA Student Network

Warwick is a member of the EUTOPIA alliance of European universities, which offers international collaboration opportunities for students at all levels, from undergraduate to PhD. Undergraduates can co-create new international education offerings with their EUTOPIAn counterparts in one of our Learning Communities, or participate in the Gothenburg Summer School for Sustainability and the Barcelona International Summer School. We’re also supporting a new generation of international researchers: in 2020/21, 10 full scholarships are available for PhD students who will be co-supervised by academics at Warwick and our EUTOPIA partners.

Join Warwick’s EUTOPIA Student Network to be kept up to date with these, and other, opportunities.

Create an international experience with the Monash Warwick Alliance

Do you have an idea of how to make an existing activity international, or create something completely new? Use the Monash Warwick Alliance Connections Fund to make your ideas a reality.

This is your chance to join forces with a current student at Monash and build an amazing international student experience. Last year a group of Warwick and Monash students used Alliance funding to tackle global sustainability issues in a 48hour challenge!

Your activity could be intercultural, academic, club or society based but must include a current student at Monash and at Warwick. Don’t worry if you don’t yet know who that is, we can put you in touch with your counterpart.
Find out more or email to discuss your idea.

Warwick international partner opportunities

Lots of universities, employers and volunteering organisations across the world are keen to engage with students outside of term time to provide an international experience. You can study a topic completely unrelated to your degree for a couple of weeks with the University of California in the USA or Pompeu Fabra University in Spain. You could also undertake work experience supporting sports development in Fiji or undertake a collaborative research project around the UN Sustainable Development Goals with students from a leading university on the other side of the world like Shaghai Jiao Tong in China or Monash University in Australia. See some more opportunities below.