Thursday 8th December 1300 to 1400. Room to TBC.
If you are thinking about studying abroad in your third year, then why not come along to the School of Life and Medical Sciences lunchtime talk on Study Abroad. The talk (and free lunch!), represents a fantastic opportunity to hear more about the study abroad scheme and to chat with former study abroad students in School.
The University has one of most extensive and exciting study abroad networks in the UK, click here to find out more. So come along and begin the process of making YOU STAND OUT from the crowd by finding out how you can get involved.
Want to attend?
If you would like to attend this FREE lunchtime event, you need to register your interest by noon on Monday 28th November. Please click here to register your interest (booking is not essential, but it will help me to book a suitable room and order catering – thank you!).
Want to know more in the meantime?
If you want to know more about the benefits of studying abroad, then why not read about the top 10 benefits of studying abroad. Still not convinced (!), then why not read about the ‘Lifetime of Benefits’ that will come your way when you study abroad. If you’re still not convinced (!!) then why not listen to what our student have to say about their study abroad experiences, in particular Will. Will studied Human Geography and Environmental Studies in the School of Life and Medical Sciences, choosing to spend his year abroad in North America.
Who is there to support me?
Supporting you every step of the way are the fantastic study abroad team here at the University. They do an amazing job, so do make contact with them, they are a lovely bunch of people. They have offices on both campuses (the College Lane office is located in the Student Hub next to Santander). In the meantime, if you want further information on studying abroad, contact the Study Abroad Office:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, Telephone +44 (0)1707 286375 or +44 (0)1707 286207.