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Study abroad events

Are you interested in studying abroad, do you want to find out more about where you can go and how to apply? Would you like to talk to an advisor one-to-one about your options?

There are a range of events, presentations and drop-in sessions throughout each academic year to help you decide if studying abroad is for you.

Opportunities to speak to Office of Global Engagement staff and Peer Advisers are also available.

 

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Future events

 

Summer School Fair

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Wednesday 7 February 2018

12-2pm

The Atrium, Portland Building

Are you interested in travelling during the summer break? Apply for one of our international summer schools and not only do you get the opportunity to study in another country, you will also gain international experience during your degree programme and something impressive to add to your CV. The majority of summer schools are open to undergraduate students on any degree programme, within any academic year. Come to the Summer School Fair to find out more about programmes on offer for 2018, speak to students who have previously studied at an overseas summer schools and staff from the Office of Global Engagment.

For information about the 2017 programmes offered, visit: www.nottingham.ac.uk/go/summerschools

2018 opportunities will be updated on the webpage at the beginning of February 2018.

 
 

 

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Thursday 7 December

2.30-3.30pm

Room C4/5, Portland building, University Park Campus

This drop-in session will focus on topics covered during the Study Abroad: the practicalities presentation from Wednesday 6 December. You can also ask one of our Peer Advisers any general questions you may have about study abroad.

 

Monday 11 December

2.30-3.30pm

Room C16, Trent building, University Park Campus

This drop-in session will focus on topics covered during the Study Abroad: the practicalities presentation from Wednesday 6 December. You can also ask one of our Peer Advisers any general questions you may have about study abroad.

 

Tuesday 12 December

2.30-3.30pm

Room C1, Exchange building, Jubilee Campus

This drop-in session will focus on topics covered during the Study Abroad: the practicalities presentation from Wednesday 6 December. You can also ask one of our Peer Advisers any general questions you may have about study abroad. 

 

Thursday 14 December

2.30-3.30pm

Room C5, Trent building, University Park Campus

LAST CHANCE! If you have any last minute questions about study abroad before the end-of-term, you can chat to one of our Peer Advisers in our final drop-in session.

 
 

 

Past events

  

Study Abroad Fair

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Wednesday 15 November 2017

12-4pm

The Hub, Portland building

Nottingham has one of the biggest and most diverse study abroad programmes in the UK, so there is an option for almost everyone. Options range from a compulsory year abroad, an optional semester or full-year abroad to a summer school lasting from two to eight weeks. We have exchange partners all over the world as well as two overseas campuses in Malaysia and China. If you choose to study abroad you could find yourself surfing in Australia, walking the Great Wall in China, snow-boarding in Canada or visiting the Mona Lisa at the Louvre in France.

For more information about study abroad opportunities, please visit our study abroad webpage where you can view your school factsheet and learn more about our overseas partner universities.

 
 

 

Study abroad experience: A student's view

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Wednesday 22 November 2017

2-4pm

C11, Portland building

This presentation was given by our Peer Advisers, who are all students who have previously studied abroad through various study abroad schemes. Please follow the link below to view the presentation slides:

Study abroad experience: A student's view presentation

 
 
University-wide and Inter-campus programme presentations

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Wednesday 29 November 2017

2-3pm Inter-campus
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C11, Portland building

These presentations were given by staff members from the UK Campus, Office of Global Engagement, staff members from the China Campus and Peer Advisers. The presentation was an overview of the University-wide and Inter-campus application processes and a summary of each of the regions where our study abroad opportunities are. Please follow the link below to view the presentation slides:

Inter-campus programme presentation
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Study abroad: the practicalities

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Wednesday 6 December 2017

2-4pm

C11, Portland building

This presentation was given by members of staff from the Office of Global Engagement and Peer Advisers. The presentation covered the more practical aspects of the application process such as paperwork, financial matters and what happens after you are accepted onto the programme. Please follow the link below to view the presentation slides:

Study abroad: the practicalities presentation 

 
 

 

International Office

C Floor, YANG Fujia Building
Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Road
Nottingham, NG8 1BB, UK

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