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Study Abroad Agreements with international universities are arranged through the International Office (IO) and/or Faculty Student Recruitment Hubs (FSRHs). The primary objective of developing a Study Abroad Agreement is to recruit fee-paying undergraduate or postgraduate students on a short-term, non-graduating basis.

Student Exchange

These are agreements with other universities to permit the exchange of undergraduate or postgraduate students for a period of study.  There is no financial impact as tuition fees continue to be paid by students to their home institution.  Student exchange agreements can include but are not exclusive to ERASMUS agreements and the initial point of contact is the Global Opportunities Team in the Careers Employment and Skills (CES) Unit.