There are many general and country-specific websites you may find helpful as you consider and apply for an exchange programme:
- The government website, www.direct.gov.uk, features information on funding for exchange students.
- International Student provides information on accommodation, integration, studying and pre-departure for students going to the US and Australia.
- Global Graduates is a network to support students who study, work or volunteer abroad during their degree.
- Check out Marina Meijer's TED Talk on why you should study abroad.
- The IDP website offers a range of practical information on being a student in Australia.
- The Australian government's website for international students is a useful resource.
- Find out more about studying in Europe on the Erasmus+ programme on the Erasmus+ website.
- The Erasmus Student Network is run by students in Erasmus exchange universities.
- UK NARIC provide a detailed guide to higher education in Europe
- The Higher Education section of the Latin American Network Information Center website has a wide variety of country-specific and general information.
- The Fulbright Commission promotes US-UK educational exchanges and offers advice on all aspects of the US education system.
- Study in the USA includes a description of the education system in the US and the opinions of students who have been on exchanges.
- Read about Letoia's experience of studying abroad in Sydney
- Read Daniels' blog about studying abroad in Beijing
- Follow the Roehampton blog to follow our current students abroad