Study Abroad at the University of Liverpool
Welcome to the University of Liverpool’s webpages for Study Abroad opportunities. These pages are intended for current University of Liverpool students and prospective students (e.g. students in Sixth Form) interested in studying a full degree at Liverpool.
If you are interested in participating in an exchange to the University of Liverpool, please consult our Inbound Study Abroad page.
At the University of Liverpool, we believe in helping 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 study abroad and international opportunities for students to participate in during their undergraduate studies with us.
Watch the video below to find out more about Study Abroad at the University of Liverpool.
Why study abroad?
Reports from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) tell us that students who participate in study abroad:
- 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 Study Abroad 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 Study Abroad:
- Improved study techniques
- Increased self-awareness & self-reliance
- Inspires their future career or study choices
You’ll find a wealth of information about Study Abroad in the links to the left, as well as important Study Abroad related documents. If you have any questions or comments about the website, please email email@example.com
Interested in the Law with a Year Abroad course? Click here for more information.
EU Referendum outcome
Over the coming weeks and months, together with our partners in the sector and Universities UK, we will be working to establish which areas of the University's activity will be affected by the referendum decision to exit the EU.
Chat with us
Need help with your Study Abroad application? We hold a virtual drop in from 10-12 and 2-4 each Friday. Click below to talk to a member of the Study Abroad Team.