The School of Divinity has a number of international exchanges available to undergraduates.
Students normally spend their third year, or part of it, abroad. In most cases it is not necessary to speak a foreign language.
The Tübingen Theologicum contains one of the most outstanding theological libraries in the world.
The University of Bayreuth, established in 1975, is best known for its African Studies Programme.
Undergraduates are able to spend a semester or a full year in Nijmegen, one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands.
Dartmouth College, located in Hanover, New Hampshire, is one of America’s leading liberal arts institutions.
The United Theological College (UTC) in Bangalore, India, provides an ecumenical educational environment on an attractive campus.
Students who are thinking about applying should talk to their Personal Tutor and contact Dr Helen Bond, Convener of Exchanges & Partnerships Committee, towards the end of the first semester of their second year.
This article was published on Sep 7, 2012