Studying on an exchange as a Sheffield Hallam student

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Studying on an exchange as a Sheffield Hallam student

We have exchange agreements with over 100 institutions across the world, so there's never been a better time to go on an exchange.

Living and studying in another country will help you gain new skills and stand out to employers when you graduate. Many of our students say taking part in an exchange is the most fun, exciting, challenging and life-changing experience of their student life.

Exchanges are a great way to 

  • Improve your language skills
  • Understand you subject from a different perspective
  • Explore different cultures
  • Enhance your CV and career prospects
  • Increase your confidence, independence and life skills
  • Make new friends
  • Gain transferable credits towards your degree

Find out more about studying abroad as part of your degree, including the options available to you, funding information and how to apply by visiting our GoGlobal pages.

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Girl wearing a blue coat stood in front of three cabins in the snow.

Chloe, BA (Hons) Tourism and Event Management, studied on an exchange at Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences in Finland.

'Studying abroad is a life-changing experience that allowed me to go out of my comfort zone, immerse myself in another culture and make friends from all around the world.'

People waiting for a boat in front of a white bride over a river in Italy.

Caitlin studied Business and Linguistics on exchange at the University of Trento in Italy and the University of Nîmes in France.


‘Studying abroad gives you a unique opportunity to experience other cultures and meet people you wouldn’t have before. Studying abroad is also a great way to practise any language skills, and I find it helps build confidence in your own abilities.’

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