Study or work abroad - Go Places Go Further

As Britain leaves the EU on 31 January 2020, we would like to reassure all students that the terms of the withdrawal agreement outline that the UK will continue to participate in the current Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps (ESC) programmes.

The UK Prime Minister has said, “There is no threat to the Erasmus scheme. We will continue to participate. UK students will continue to be able to enjoy the benefits of exchanges with our European friends and partners, just as they will be able to able to come to this country.”

Go international

The University of Derby is committed to supporting students to seek opportunities to study or work abroad through our Go Places, Go Further scheme which includes Erasmus+, exchanges with our university partners as well as our International Travel Awards trips, to give students a truly international experience and global outlook.

Spread your wings and give yourself a head start in today’s global jobs market with our study or work abroad opportunities through Go Places Go Further. Spending time abroad as part of your degree course is a good way to enhance your CV and stand out to future employers.

Studying or working abroad can help you:

You can study abroad for one semester or a whole year, usually during your second year.

Film Production student Mari Olan diving while in Malta

My Erasmus experience: An internship in Malta

Mari Olan successfully applied for work experience at Malta Film Studios, one of the largest production facilities in the world. She worked as a 2nd Assistant Director, and towards her dive license at weekends!

Dive into Mari's storyDive into Mari's story
Four Film production students had the amazing opportunity to live and work in the beautiful island of Malta as part of our Go Places, Go Further programme, funded by the Erasmus+ exchange scheme
Tourism student Kieya Tabingo with friends in the Netherlands

My Erasmus experience: Studying in the Netherlands

Kieya Tabingo brought her degree in Tourism Management to life by taking a study semester in one of the Netherlands former 'Capital of Culture' cities.

Tour Kieya's life in LeeuwardenTour Kieya's life in Leeuwarden

Charter Statement

We have signed up to the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education as part of our commitment to the internationalisation of all aspects of our work. For more details, view our Charter Statement.

Got a question? Get in touch

For more information or if you have any questions regarding the Erasmus+ programme.

Contact our Erasmus+ team

#GoPlacesGoFurther

Discover some of the fantastic places to study and work abroad from the perspective of students and staff on our Go Places Go Further programme. If you’re already abroad, why not share your experience with us? Simply tag your posts with #GoPlacesGoFurther.

 
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International Travel Awards

Add an extra dimension to your studies with our exciting International Travel Awards. Undergraduate students can apply for a place on one of the trips, with flights, tours and accommodation included.

Find out more about the International Travel AwardsFind out more about the International Travel Awards