Visiting One Term/One Year Students
Every year the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies welcomes large numbers of visiting students from Europe and from across the world into its undergraduate degrees. This multitude of cultures in the classroom is deeply enriching to the teaching and learning across the School’s departments and the student experience overall.
Our School runs the biggest Erasmus network in the university. It has exchange agreements with x institutions across x countries and each year hosts around xx Erasmus students from Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Poland and Spain.
Visiting students from outside our Erasmus networks, including those participating in a US JYA programme, come for one semester or for a whole year. We offer a wide selection of modules, which can be studied in combination with other degree programmes.
To find out more about studying in the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies as a visiting student,please click here for information including how to apply.
For information on one-year taught postgraduate courses offered by the School, please click here.