You won’t need to pay any extra tuition fees while studying abroad at one of our partner institutions. You will need to pay travel, accommodation and living costs. These may vary depending on where you go and for how long.
If you’re a UK student, you may be able to apply for a travel grant from the UK government.
If you’re studying at one of our European partners, you may be eligible for Eramus+ funding. Please note the Erasmus+ grant is not guaranteed and the rates change each year.
Studying outside Europe has traditionally been self-funded. This year, however, some funding may be available through a new government initiative called the Turing Scheme. We have applied for funding through the scheme and will learn the result of our bid later in the year. Either way, it’s important to research your country of choice, as travel, health insurance and visa costs vary.
There is potentially extra funding available to support you if you come from what may be considered a “disadvantaged group” or have special educational needs and / or a disability. Please do book a specialist drop-in appointment with an International Experience Adviser to find out more.
We offer a number of GoGlobal bursaries to help you cover the extra costs of living abroad.
Learn about the funding available while you study overseas. View the presentation here.