Opportunities for Going Abroad
We believe in helping our students become global citizens with a wide range of employability skills to help them succeed in the international employment market after graduation.
We support our students in gaining these invaluable skills. Our Global Opportunities provide students with the chance to study at a partner institution in another country, attend international summer schools, or participate in an internship abroad. There is also the opportunity to work or volunteer abroad, which is a great way to gain new experiences and become more employable.
Where Can I Go?
Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, the US… the choice is yours! Take a look at the map below to see our partner Universities around the world.
Please note that availability varies with your degree programme and year of study. For full details about the range of opportunities use the Global Opportunities Search Tool.
Study With Us
Every year we welcome students from our partner institutions around the world. You can study with us over the course of a semester or full academic year, conduct a research project in collaboration with our staff or participate in our summer schools.
Whether you are studying with us for one or two semesters, you will have access to a vast array of choices. Some modules have pre-requisites or require specific knowledge or experience that you will have to demonstrate before you can register. If you have any questions about your suitability for a particular module, get in touch with Robin McKenna, the Global Opportunities Advisor for Philosophy.
We are always looking for new international partners. Contact Robin McKenna if you would like to discuss a new collaboration.
Global Opportunities for Researchers
Collaborate with Us
Our work involves collaboration with colleagues in a wide variety of international universities and partner organisations. Our collaborations include a partnership with the University of Essen to investigate empathy and interpersonal understanding and with Harvard and Queens University Belfast, with which Liverpool forms part of a multi-site centre for research into the work of the philosopher and theologian Jonathan Edwards.
Other current and recent close research partners include the Global Institute for Advanced Studies (New York University), the European Union’s Creative Research Adaptive Roadmap Project, the Central European University, Simon Fraser University, and the Universities of Dortmund, Hamburg, Konstanz, Mannheim, Münster, Potsdam, Rochester, Rome, Tromsø, and Vienna.
We welcome scholars with recognised research expertise in their area who are interested in visiting and pursuing their research with us. We also encourage applications from scholars with existing research, teaching, or other collaborative connections with staff at Liverpool and who would like to strengthen the connection and collaboration.
Visiting Postgraduate Research Students
We welcome postgraduate researchers who are interested in visiting and pursuing work related to our areas of research.
Looking for More Information?
Our School of the Arts international pages provide more details on international opportunities.
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