The School of History, Classics and Archaeology can offer you the opportunity to spend an academic year studying in Europe at one of the prestigious universities with which we have an Erasmus exchange agreement.
PhD students may apply to spend an academic year (shorter periods may be possible) carrying out your own research and improving language skills in your host country. Any student on a shorter degree programme cannot spend a year abroad.
Admission to these programmes is highly competitive as places are limited, and entry is conditional upon academic achievement and (where relevant) language skills.
We have Erasmus partners in many European countries, including Bourgogne University, Dijon (France), Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich (Germany) and the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece).
Each of our subject areas has an Erasmus coordinator. Please contact the relevant coordinator if you have any questions.
This article was published on Feb 28, 2011