Coming to Strathclyde
Coming to Strathclyde on Exchange or Study Abroad?
Students currently registered on an undergraduate degree elsewhere in the world are able to spend a year (or a semester) of their studies as visiting students at the University of Strathclyde. Some apply through organised student exchange programmes, which Strathclyde runs in collaboration with more than 250 universities and colleges around the world. Other students apply directly to Strathclyde on an independent basis, or through a study abroad provider.
Going Abroad - add an international dimension to your Strathclyde degree
Strathclyde students have a unique opportunity to spend up to one year of their degree studying at a partner University in Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan. Spending a full year or a semester abroad, normally in your third year, is an opportunity which few people have in their lives. For those who do, that time can be the most rewarding in terms of personal development and establishing your career direction for the future.
Interested in finding out more?
If you are an International or European student and you are interested in coming to Strathclyde on exchange or if you are a Strathclyde student interested on going on International Exchange then please contact Allison Handley or Karen Robley.
If you are a Strathclyde student and you are interested in going to Europe through the Erasmus programme then please get in touch with Kate Kenyon.
Note : Strathclyde Business School has its own Exchange Co-ordinator, Lorna Bennet. Incoming and outgoing students to the Business School should refer to the website or contact the Exchange Team direct.