University of Liverpool student Rachael Elliot (Second from left) studied at the International Summer School at the Chinese University of Hong Kong last year.
Did you know that with your Liverpool degree you can see the world, discover amazing new cultures and make lifelong friends from across the globe?
All students are invited to attend the Study Abroad Fair on 30 October to find out more about the opportunity to spend time studying at one of our worldwide partner universities during your Liverpool degree.
Depending on your degree programme and year of study, you can apply to:
This year’s event is expected to be bigger and better than ever before as the brand new Summer Abroad and Year in China for final year students opportunities are launched.
Students attending the Fair will be able to speak with those who have previously studied abroad, discover our 100+ partner universities around the globe, talk to Academic International Opportunities Advisors and attend information sessions led by the Study Abroad Team.
Nicole Benefer, who spent a semester at the University of Texas in Dallas, said: “My semester abroad was an incredible adventure and I strongly encourage everyone to embrace the opportunity. It is worth the hard work, it is worth missing your home comforts and it is worth investing in – just go for it, you will not regret it!”
By attending the Fair you will also be eligible to enter a prize draw with the top prize being a £250 travel voucher courtesy of Student Universe.
You can explore opportunities in advance of the Fair by visiting the Study Abroad webpages.
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