Postgraduate study

International collaborations

We have a long and proud history of international collaboration and partnership across our teaching and research activity.

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Our ambitious internationalisation strategy aims to provide world-class experiences for students and ensures that the teaching and research we deliver offers global benefits.

International partners

We collaborate with a host of world-leading institutions in fields as diverse as e-science, engineering, life and medical sciences, and arts and culture.

Our partners include:

  • California Institute of Technology (CalTech)
  • Fudan University, Shanghai
  • Ludwig Maximilians-Universität, Munich
  • McGill University, Montreal
  • Peking University
  • The University of Melbourne
  • The University of Sydney
  • University of Delhi
  • Zhejiang University

Regional Centres

We have five regional centres, in Beijing, Mumbai, Santiago, Singapore and New York, which support engagement with students and academics internationally.

Memberships and affiliations

We are a member of several prestigious national and international organisations. These include the Russell Group of leading UK research-intensive universities, and Universitas 21, which is an international network of research-intensive universities.

We are also a member of both the League of European Research Universities (LERU) and The Coimbra Group, a network of leading academic institutions.

Global Academies

Our Global Academies in agriculture and food security, health, development, environment and society, and justice bring together research expertise from the University community and beyond to develop solutions for global challenges such as climate change, poverty, the spread of epidemics and cross-border injustices.

These Academies offer interdisciplinary online and on-campus postgraduate programmes aimed at anyone interested in addressing the major global issues of the day.