The School has successful exchange agreements with a number of universities. Students may go in either the first semester of second or fifth year.
The deadline for applications is the 17th February 2019 for semester abroad, Year in China and Year 2 at XJTLU. The deadline for Summer School Programs is 13th March 2019. The deadline is out of our hands and is strict so please – if you want to take up the fantastic opportunity for a semester (or two) abroad next year - please apply by the above dates.
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Please contact the School of the Arts Study Abroad Officer, Victoria Bates if you have any queries relating to Study Abroad on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0151 795 2259. Study abroad and International student drop in Friday’s 11am-1pm, students to report to the student support centre reception (19 Abercromby) and will be seen in order of arrival.
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Students must meet agreed minimum set academic standards and demonstrate language ability in the required language where needed.
Former BA student Tessa Koenig Gimeno reflects below on her recent exchange visit with TU Graz, Austria.
Year in China
As with the rest of the University spending an additional year in China is an option for Architecture Students, as an additional year between 2nd and 3rd or 4th and 5th Years, or you now have the option to take the Year in China after you have finished your final year of study.
The Year in China is different from the other exchange programs as it combines your Liverpool degree program with an additional year spent at our English speaking Partner University Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University.
For more information visit www.liverpool.ac.uk/yearinchina.
Study trips are an important part of the architectural curriculum, exposing students to new cities, buildings and cultural events. Students will produce sketches and photographic documentation that will inform their Studio projects. We offer study visits to students in all three years of the undergraduate programme, often to UK cities as well as to European destinations. The study trips are optional, and UK trips are always offered to students unable to travel abroad.