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Do you want to study, work or volunteer abroad?

At the University of Liverpool, we believe in helping our students become global citizens with a wide-range of employability skills to help them succeed in the international and inter-cultural employment market after graduation.

To support our students in gaining these invaluable skills, we offer a great range of life changing Global Opportunities for students to experience during their undergraduate studies with us.

Why participate in a global opportunity? 

Reports from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) tell us that students who participate in a global opportunity:

  • Are more likely to be in further education or employment 6 months after graduating
  • Earn higher than average salaries
  • Are more likely to graduate with a 2:1 or First Class degree

Studies of UK and European businesses show that the UK's top employers think that Global Opportunities makes graduates more employable, whilst European businesses with international links are looking for graduates who have had some form of international experience.

There are also the academic and personal benefits to participating in Global Opportunities:

  • Improved study techniques
  • Increased self-awareness & self-reliance
  • Inspires their future career or study choices

The importance of studying abroad was reiterated at this year’s European University Association (EUA) by Professor Dame Janet Beer, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Liverpool, who told the conference that going abroad to study was a life-changing experience for students, contributing to their maturity and personal and intellectual capacity.

Watch the video below to hear more about our staff and students' thoughts on Study Abroad. 

You’ll find a wealth of information about Global Opportunities in the links to the left, as well as important Global Opportunities related documents. If you have any questions or comments, please email saenq@liverpool.ac.uk

If you are interested in combining your law degree with a study abroad exchange, please view our Law with a Year Abroad course page