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Study abroad incoming students

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Worcester is the perfect place to experience British life.

It's big enough for you to encounter a range of cultures, people and environments - but small enough for you to become part of the community.

Many people choose the University of Worcester for our excellent teaching record and small class sizes. Others come to use our state-of-the-art facilities. Some come here to experience our idyllic, yet exciting city, or our beautiful parkland campus.

Whatever your reason for choosing Worcester, we offer an excellent environment in which to study and the high quality teaching you need to get the most from your studies. You’ll be a part of a truly international student and staff community in a traditional British setting. 

Key Features

Study abroad in Worcester

Overseas students from our partner universities are eligible to study abroad in Worcester for a semester or full year. You can apply for either a study abroad or student exchange as part of your degree.

You can claim academic credits for the modules that you study here, so your study abroad will contribute to your degree at your home university.

The application processes are similar for both study abroad placements and student exchanges. The key difference between these two programmes is the payment of tuition fees.

Study Abroad

Study Abroad

Who can apply

Our inbound study abroad programme is open to students from partner universities who are studying a recognised course. Tuition fees apply, which you will pay directly to the University of Worcester.

Your programme includes:

  • Transfer from Birmingham International Airport
  • 3 day induction
  • Optional weekend trips and social events
  • English Language and study skills support
  • Personal tutor scheme
  • Academic credit for your time studying abroad

University of Minnesota Duluth Study in England Programme

The University of Worcester is now hosting the Study in England Programme for the University of Minnesota Duluth.

For more information, please read the University of Minnesota Duluth Study Abroad information booklet or visit the University of Minnesota Duluth Study in England webpage.

 

Tuition fees

 Length of study 

 Type of student

 Fee 2016/17 

 Fee 2017/18

 Full time for full year

 EU/EEA

 £9,000

 £9,250

 Full time for one semester

 EU/EEA

 £4,500

 £4,625

 Full time for full year

 Non EU/EEA

 £10,830

 £11,115

 Full time for one semester

 Non EU/EEA

 £5,420

 £5,560

 Full time for full year

 Non EU/EEA – from partner institution

 £9,690

 £9,945

 Full time for one semester

 Non EU/EEA – from partner institution

 £4,845

 £4,975

How to apply

Visiting students can download an application form and send it to international@worc.ac.uk. If you are accepted for Study Abroad you will be able to register for your modules online either in advance or as soon as you arrive.
Download the study abroad guide [PDF].

Courses

For the range of modules available see our exchanges and study abroad modules.


Study Exchange

Study Exchange

Who can apply

Our exchange programmes are open to overseas students from our partner universities across Europe and worldwide. No additional tuition fees apply. You can continue to pay fees at your home country while studying your degree modules in Worcester.

Your programme includes:

  • Academic credit for your time studying abroad
  • No additional tuition fees
  • An opportunity to learn English as a Foreign Language

Our European Partnerships are part of the Erasmus Plus programme and use the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). This will enable European students to gain full credit transfer for their time in the UK. Our non-European partners also offer credit transfer.

English as a Foreign Language

Our Language Centre offers one-to-one drop-in EFL and English for Academic Purposes support and opportunities. Visit our Language Centre webpages for more information about our English Language or Foreign Language modules.

Module list

For the range of modules available to study abroad and exchange students see our Exchange and Study Abroad Modules.

How to Apply

Incoming Exchange students should first contact the International Exchange Coordinator at your current university and then download the ‘Incoming International Exchange Information Booklet’ and complete the Incoming ‘International Exchange Application Form’. Application deadline for Semester 1 is 30 April, and for Semester 2 is 31 October.

For more information, please email Clare Perkins, clare.perkins@worc.ac.uk.


Get in touch

Call: +44 (0)1905 855146
Email: internationalexperience@worc.ac.uk

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