Whilst Brexit indicates the UK will no longer participate in the Erasmus+ scheme we are retaining the information in this section for reference purposes. Links to the replacement Turing Scheme for those wishing to work and study abroad can be found below.
The Turing Scheme website is your one-stop-shop for all the latest information about the UK’s new global programme for work and study abroad.
Erasmus+ provides opportunities for Europeans to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad. Individuals must apply through their organisation and before being able to apply for Erasmus+ funding you need to register your organisation.
See where your language skills could take you. The British Council English Language Assistant programme spans five continents, placing people in 14 countries around the world. Becoming a Language Assistant is an experience that will stay with you for life. As well as improving your language skills and exploring a community, you'll build your sense of independence and gain the satisfaction of firing young imaginations.
This education search platform uses artificial intelligence to help you find your ideal university and study programme based on your personality, academic achievements and career prospects.
This site provides information on scholarships, grants and awards to finance your studies in the EU.
There are a variety of options, whether you want to study in the UK or further afield in Europe.
If you're interested in working abroad this site has a range of suggestions to start your international career.
Project Trust is an educational charity specialising in overseas volunteering in 34 countries for school-leavers aged 17-19. From their base on the Hebridean Isle of Coll, they annually select 280-300 young people from across the UK and Europe for year-long voluntary teaching and social care projects. Please note volunteers are required to raise their own funds.
To find out more about volunteering with Project Trust and placements available, you can visit the Project Trust website via the link above or listen to staff and volunteers talk about the organisation and their experiences on our Project Trust pages.
From 2015, UCAS will be including European universities in the admissions process. The Study in Europe website will help you make informed decisions about your studies in Europe with their unique database. Stay organized and compare all accredited programs by tuition fees, language, financial assistance, place and institution.
The website provides a host of useful information about studying in France, entry requirements and general life as a student in France.
The largest information portal about studying in Germany for foreign students.
The DAAD website is another useful resource containing information about international programmes in Germany. There is also a database of scholarship opportunities of various kinds of DAAD funding for foreign students as well as funding offered by other selected organisations.
The website contains useful information about tuition costs, living in Spain, health and medical treatment - everything for international students looking to study in Spain.
This portal provides a great source of information for anyone thinking about studying in Sweden, including information on visas and immigration, culture and customs and the cost of living.
The Study in Switzerland platform aims to provide all relevant information about conducting your studies in Switzerland. The site provides the most comprehensive information about Swiss universities and scholarships as well as up-to-date living costs.
Calling all Brits! Check out this range of current international scholarships for UK students to study across the world (published March 2021). Whether you’re applying for an undergraduate degree, considering a master’s or keen to study a PhD, there’s likely to be a scholarship available to help you with funding.