Exchange and study abroad
The exchange and study abroad programmes are a way for international students to spend time in London, as well as for current City students to broaden their education at an overseas university as part of their degree.
Incoming international students who want to spend time in London
If you're a student at an overseas institution and looking to study in London, there are two routes in which you can study at City, University of London. Find out which scheme applies to you:
Designed for students coming to City for either a semester or a full academic year from a Study Abroad partner institution. The Study Abroad Programme is designed to offer you the maximum flexibility of course choice, allowing you to select the modules you wish to take across City's existing courses.
City offers a wide range of International exchange opportunities to students from our partner institutions who want to come to London and study for a limited time at City. Students joining City through the Parthership Exchange Programme will study alongside City students on an existing City course.
Current City students who want to spend time at an overseas institution
With exchange opportunities at partner institutions around the world. There is also a wide range of opportunities for current City students to study at one of our partner institutions around the world through our exchange programme.
Students enrolled in a degree at City may be able travel and study at an overseas institution as part of their degree.
Develop your intercultural and leadership skills through an intensive 4-day development programme, led by Common Purpose, in partnership with City and RMIT Vietnam.
Undergraduate students from all schools at City are invited to apply for funding to attend a Summer School at one of our partner universities in Australia, Asia, or Europe.