Why study abroad?
As well as having fantastic experiences and creating memories which will last a lifetime, students who have studied abroad demonstrate initiative, independence, motivation and, depending on where they stay, may also have gained a working knowledge of another language – all qualities employers are looking for.
Study abroad destinations
We have over 200 partner universities worldwide.
For a full list of the destinations available, please see our Go abroad site.
Entry requirements for Study Abroad
Entry requirements can be found on the individual programme pages. Students wishing to spend half a year abroad can discuss the possibilities with their department during the first year of study. Permission to take part in study abroad will depend on your academic progress, your language ability, and the places available in your chosen country.
You can also take advantage of international study opportunities during the summer vacation. Our students participate in summer schools, as well as other short-term programmes, in a wide range of countries.
Information for incoming overseas students
If you are an overseas student wishing to study at Exeter for one year as a contributing element towards your degree, either as part of an international exchange or as an independent student, you should consult our Study Abroad at Exeter website. European independent students should apply through the Admissions Office.
Phone: +44 (0)1392 723841