Students standing in front of stairs looking out over a city

Faculty of Engineering Study abroad

Want to experience studying abroad as part of your degree?

There are many opportunities for students within the Faculty of Engineering to study abroad. Whether you choose an Erasmus exchange within Europe, or choose to go further afield, you're sure to have a fantastic experience.

Erasmus Exchange

Erasmus is a European initiative that allows full-time university students to study or work abroad, with a grant, as part of their degree in 33 European Countries. The Faculty has a number of Erasmus exchange parters.

For a list of which Universities are partnered with your department, see the Erasmus section of the Recruitment and International Office website.

International Exchange

The University has exchange agreements throughout the world from the USA to Singapore.

If you would be intersted in studying outside Europe for a semester or a year, see the International Exchange pages on the Recruitment and International Office website for a list of universities with which we have formal exchange agreements.

Information Sessions

The Recruitment and International Office hold information sessions for Strathclyde students interested in studying abroad.

To find out when these are held visit the Recruitment and International Office website.

Student exchange gallery

Have a look at some images of Strathclyde students' experiences

  • students jumping in front of fountain
  • Students standing in front of stairs looking out over a city
  • students in new york
  • two people mid-skydive
  • two people scubadiving
  • four students with arms round each other look out over the view of a country
  • student standing with two men in native dress
  • students jumping in front of fountain
  • Students standing in front of stairs looking out over a city
  • students in new york
  • two people mid-skydive
  • two people scubadiving
  • four students with arms round each other look out over the view of a country
  • student standing with two men in native dress