Study Abroad and Exchange

The ERASMUS Scheme

The ERASMUS scheme, which is part of the European Union's Lifelong Learning Programme (replacing SOCRATES), exists to promote study abroad, principally within the European Union. In Music the period abroad is usually taken in the second year, and may last one or two terms.

Our current partner institutions are:

Finland:

France:

Germany:

Greece:

Outside Europe

The University has a number of links with institutions across the world, which offers a number of students the opportunity to spend some part of their degree overseas, in North America, Asia and Australia. Further details of these institutions and the relevent exchange schemes can be found on the webpages of the University International Office.

The ERASMUS co-ordinator for the Department of Music is Dr Neil Sorrell.

Further detailed information about the ERASMUS scheme is available from the University International Office.