Science Without Borders
What is Science without Borders?
Science without Borders is a Brazillian government scheme for second and third year students who want to come and study in the UK. The scheme runs for one year and involves nine months' study at a UK university and a three month work placement or extended project exercise.
Why choose Derby?
- Students at Derby use hi-tech, state-of-the-art facilities to follow highly-developed programmes in Science, Engineering, Computing, Arts and Creative Industries
- Derby students generate world-class portfolios of innovative and creative projects
- University of Derby has many links with major industries, such as Rolls-Royce, Toyota and Bombardier, all based in Derby
- Derby is located in the centre of the UK. It is a compact, lively city, only 90 minutes from London by train
- Derby has two campuses. One is in the centre of Derby. The second is at Buxton which is located on the edge of England's famous Peak District National Park
- Students at Derby can make full use of its facilities, including high-adrenaline Sports activities such as canoeing and rock-climbing.
What subjects do we offer?
The course you choose will have to be compatible with the course you're currently studying in Brazil. Courses are organised as follows:
- Biology, Biomedical and Health Science
- Computer Science and Information Technology
- Creative Industries
- Earth and Environmental Sciences
The course you choose will have to be compatible with the course you're currently studying in Brazil.
The University of Derby has a number of research and PhD opportunities which are eligible for funding under the Science without Borders Scheme. Contact the Research Office for further information.
Areas of research available include:
As part of the Programme you will spend three months on placement with companies located in either Derby or the surrounding area. There are many companies available for you to undertake your placement with ranging from small local companies to multi-national organisations. Companies include Rolls-Royce, Caterpillar, JCB, Nestle, Award Publications, Fusion Group and DHL.
If you're interested in January 2014 entry, please visit the Science without Borders website.
Contact us by email for more information about the Science without Borders programme.