Choosing to study or work abroad as part of your degree is a life changing opportunity. You'll experience new learning and working environments, meet people in different cultures and escape your comfort zone. It's also proven to increase your chances of finding a job once you graduate.
Students with disabilities and additional support needs
Students with disabilities and additional support needs are encouraged to apply to Go Abroad opportunities.
Some study exchange destinations are more suitable than others and there is additional Erasmus+ funding available.
To know your options visit additional support.
Equality & Diversity
Remember that different countries do not necessarily have the same laws and customs that you are familiar with in the UK. This includes protections under the Equality Act 2010.
If you identify with a protected characteristic group we advise you research the local laws, customs and support provision for minority groups. This includes if you have a disability, are LGBT or from a minority faith or ethnicity in your destination country.
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