Study and Work Abroad Study and Work Abroad

The University of East Anglia provides an exciting study abroad programme for both incoming and outgoing students through more than 160 student mobility partnerships. 

Incoming visiting students attend the University for one or two semesters, with academic credit transferable to the home institution.

Programmes are available through: Inter-university exchange (including Erasmus+); Independent enrolment; Science Without Borders; Special programmes: Dickinson College, IFSA Butler; Study Abroad With English; a summer semester as part of our International Summer School; and bespoke Short International Programmes organised for groups from partner institutions.

The University sends outgoing students on study and work placements of either one or two semesters. Opportunities abroad enhance your academic experience and increase employability significantly.



Alumni of UEA study abroad (summer, semester and year-long) programmes who are overseas fees applicants are encouraged to apply for one of our £1,000.00 scholarships for further degree study at UEA! Terms and Conditions and the Application Form can be found online.



It was great to have so many partners join us on campus for the Partner Day event 2016 before EAIE in Liverpool! Get in touch if you'd like to visit us on campus any time.

Look out for the latest edition of our Partner Newsletter, to help you keep in touch with Study Abroad @ UEA.

Please also take a look at our UEA Partner Information Sheet which contains contact details, academic information, nomination and application procedures and other useful information for Incoming Students.

UEA is proud to be a commitment partner of the Institute of International Education’s Generation Study Abroad programme. This initiative seeks to mobilise resources and commitments with the goal of doubling the number of U.S. students studying abroad by the end of the decade. UEA has pledged it’s support through continuous collaboration with valued U.S. university partners and by finding new ways to extend study abroad opportunities and resources to American students.



Academic and administrative staff are encouraged to participate in a variety of Training and Teaching Mobility opportunities through the Erasmus+ programme. Staff members may participate in multiple mobilities in an academic year, with each mobility lasting between 1-6 weeks.

Incoming Students



International Programmes



Outgoing Students



Study Abroad Brochure 2016-18






Staff Mobility