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2016

a student guide

International Opportunities


Welcome Internationalisation is central to education here at Bath Spa University: one of our main objectives is to help our graduates to become global citizens so that you are able to truly flourish and compete in the increasingly competitive global job market. One of the best ways you can do this is by undertaking a study abroad placement, either at an Erasmus+ or an International Exchange partner university. Studying abroad is a unique opportunity and one that is likely to provide you with some of your most memorable life experiences. Most degree programmes across the University have partners on either the Erasmus+ or Exchange programme in their subject. This means that study abroad opportunities are open to every Bath Spa University student. We are seeking new partners for those subjects not currently listed in this guide, so please speak to the International Relations team to find out if there are potential new partners in your subject area. Undertaking a placement abroad is a great opportunity to meet people and to develop your cultural awareness. All of these attributes will make you more employable upon graduation from Bath Spa University. A 2015 report by the UK HE International Unit, 'Gone International', concluded that a higher proportion of UK graduates who were mobile were employed; a higher proportion of graduates who were mobile were working abroad (if in employment). On average, graduates who were mobile earned more in 11 out of 17 subject areas, and earned more if they remained in the UK to work. Cover left Chicago © Choose Chicago Cover top right Aarhus Central © Aarhus University Cover bottom right Stockholm Harbour © Visit Stockholm Left View over Salzburg's Fortress, Austria © Tourismus Salzburg

We hope that you will find the information in this guide helpful in directing you through the initial steps of deciding which type of placement - Erasmus+ or International Exchange - is for you, and how to apply. If you have any questions, please contact us or call into our office in Main House (Newton Park, MH.G17) Cathy Leng Head of International Relations


Why study Abroad?

 Develop cultural awareness and open mindedness

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Gain knowledge in new subjects

create new links

Gain vital new skills required for a global economy

Acquire invaluable transferable skills

k Develop personally, Professionally and academically

Bath Spa University is pleased to offer opportunities to study abroad to its full time degree students with almost 50 partners in 22 countries across 5 continents.


Enhance selfconfidence

Broaden your horizons

b Improve and gain language skills

Students at Maastricht University, Netherlands © Maastricht University Bath Spa University student Sirunyu Thongmee in Seian, Japan

 Boost your employability

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Increase motivation to learn

Discover unknown places


Our Partners erasmus+ Austria The University of Art and Design Linz........ 10 University of Salzburg................................ 10

Denmark Aarhus University....................................... 11 University of Southern Denmark................ 11 Roskilde University..................................... 12

Estonia University of Tartu....................................... 12

Finland University of Eastern Finland..................... 13 University of Helsinki.................................. 13 University of Turku...................................... 14

Germany University of Kassel.................................... 14 University of Hildesheim............................. 15 Otto-von-Guericke University..................... 15

Hungary University of Theatre and Film Arts............ 16

Italy Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti................... 16 Academia di Belle Arti di Venezia............... 17 Universita degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata" .............................................. 17

Malta The University of Malta............................... 18

The Netherlands Marsaxlokk Harbour, Malta Š visitmalta

Hogeschool Rotterdam............................... 18 Maastricht University.................................. 19 Radboud University.................................... 19


by country erasmus+

International exchange

Norway

Australia

Universitet i Bergen.................................... 20 Volda University College............................ 20

Queensland University of Technology........ 34 University of Technology Sydney................ 34

Poland

China

The School of Form (SWPS)...................... 21

Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts......................... 36 Communication University of China........... 36 Shanghai Lixin University of Accounting and Finance ............................................... 38 Shanghai University of Finance and Economics............................. 38

Portugal Universidade de Lisboa.............................. 21

Romania University of Sibiu 'Lucian Blaga'................ 22

Hong Kong Hong Kong Polytechnic University............. 39

Spain Escuela de Arte 10 .................................... 23 Escuela Superior de Diseno....................... 23 University of Deusto................................... 24 Universitat Rovira i Virgili ........................... 24 University of Vic.......................................... 25 Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.............. 25

Sweden University of Stockholm.............................. 26 Linnaeus University ................................... 27

Turkey Kadir Has University................................... 28

Swiss European Mobility Programme Switzerland Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts....................................... 31 The University of Teacher Education (PHSG)....................................................... 31

Mexico Tecnolรณgico de Monterrey.......................... 39

Japan Seian University of Art and Design............. 40 Shinshu University...................................... 40

Taiwan National Taiwan University of Arts.............. 42 Taipei National University of the Arts ......... 42

USA Columbia College Chicago......................... 44 Montana State University Billings .............. 44 Bennington College.................................... 46 State University of New York Geneseo...... 46

General information Accommodation.......................................... 48 Finance ...................................................... 49 What to do next.......................................... 50


1 Grant rates for student mobility Programme Countries with...

Receiving country

Amount per month in EUR

higher living costs

Denmark, France, Italy, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Norway.

â‚Ź330

medium or lower living costs

Belgium, Germany, Greece, Spain, Netherlands, Portugal, Turkey, Estonia, Malta, Poland, Romania.

â‚Ź280


erasmus + Funded by the European Commission, Erasmus+ offers students mobility programmes with a wide range of Higher Education Institutions across Europe. As a Bath Spa University student you’ll be able to study abroad for one semester during year 2 at one of our many partner institutions across Europe.

Erasmus+ students are eligible for a grant to help support the costs associated with studying abroad. The grant amount is dependent on the country of the host institution as some countries have a higher cost of living than others. The figures used in this guide are based on 2016/17 funding amounts.

The majority of our partners in Europe have English taught programmes therefore language need not be a barrier to studying abroad for a semester as part of the Erasmus+ programme. Furthermore, most institutions offer language classes to visiting Erasmus+ students who wish to learn a new language while they’re abroad so you’ll have the opportunity to learn a new language too.

Erasmus+ students need to gain 30 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credits whilst studying abroad for one semester in order to gain a pass grade. This is equivalent to 60 Bath Spa University credits. Grades achieved whilst studying abroad do not contribute towards your overall degree classification, only the grades achieved in your semester spent at Bath Spa University in year 2 and year 3 will be used towards this classification.

Agreements with our partner institutions are subject-specific therefore you’ll need to ensure that your subject is currently part of our agreement with your preferred institution before applying. Use this guide to check this information and also liaise with your Academic Coordinator about your choice of institution.

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erasmus@bathspa.ac.uk

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+ 44 (0) 1225 87 5777

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bit.ly/bsu-studyabroad

Response to EU Referendum on Erasmus+ website (Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport. The Erasmus+ UK National Agency is a partnership between the British Council and Ecorys UK). There is no immediate change to the UK’s participation in the Erasmus+ programme following the EU referendum result and the UK National Agency will continue to manage and deliver the programme across the UK. All participants and beneficiaries should continue with their Erasmus+ funded activities and preparation for the published application deadlines in 2016 and 2017. published online 28th June 2016: erasmusplus.org.uk


ERASMUS + PARTNERS

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Austria

The University of Art and Design Linz

University of Salzburg

Subject

Fine Art

Subject

History, English Literature

Taught Language

English, German

Taught Language

English, German

Location

Linz

Location

Salzburg

Size of University

971 students

Size of University

18,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€900

Average monthly expenses

€900

Max. available funding

€330

Max. available funding

€330

Semester dates

Semester dates

Autumn

October - January

Autumn

October - January

Spring

March - June

Spring

March - June

Website

www.ufg.ac.at

Website

www.uni-salzburg.at

The University of Art and Design Linz was conceived as an explicit statement to signify disassociation from previous art policies of the National Socialist era. This is in particular exemplified by its emphasis on the fundamental values of freedom of art and research, its commitment to modernism and contemporary art and the positioning of the University at the interface of free artistic and applied economically-oriented design.

Austria

Language = German

The University of Salzburg was founded by Prince Archbishop Paris Lodron, the namesake of the University, in 1622. Today it consists of four faculties, with approximately 18,000 students and 2,800 employees. It is a centre for innovative research and is firmly integrated into the cultural and economic life of Salzburg. With its national and international networking, it is a modern knowledge hub in the heart of Europe.

Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Vienna


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Denmark

aarhus university Subject

Business, History, English, Media Studies

Taught Language

English

Location

Aarhus

Size of University

Subject

History

45,000 students

Taught Language

English

Average monthly expenses

€700

Location

Odense

Max. available funding

€330

Size of University

26,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€670 - €830 €330

Semester dates Autumn

September - January

Max. available funding

Spring

February - June

Semester dates

Website

www.au.dk

Autumn

September - January

Spring

February - June

Website

www.sdu.dk/en

Aarhus University is a modern researchintensive university. Since its establishment in 1928 the university has rapidly developed into a leading public research university with nationwide and international clout across the entire research spectrum. Over the last decade, the university has consolidated its position in the top 100 of the most influential university rankings.

university of Southern denmark

Denmark

Language = Danish

The University of Southern Denmark is a modern institution offering education and research at the highest level. Modern facilities in the form of reading rooms, laboratories, Friday bars, libraries, meeting places and cosy corners help to make life at university a happy experience!

Currency = Danish Krone (DKK)

Capital = Copenhagen


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Denmark

estonia

roskilde university

Tartu university

Subject

Education

Subject

Education

Taught Language

English

Taught Language

English

Location

Roskilde

Location

Tartu

Size of University

8,700 students

Size of University

18,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€670 - €830

Average monthly expenses

€400 - €600

Max. available funding

€330

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates

Semester dates

Autumn

September - January

Autumn

September - January

Spring

February - June

Spring

February - June

Website

www.ruc.dk/en

Website

www.ut.ee/en

Roskilde University, a public university, was founded in 1972 with the objective of providing research and education at the highest level in the fields of natural science, social science and the humanities. In its short history, Roskilde University has in many ways broken with traditional educational thinking and practice in Denmark.

Estonia

Language = Estonian

UT is Estonia‘s leading centre of research and training. It preserves the culture of the Estonian people and spearheads the country‘s reputation in research and provision of higher education. UT belongs to the top 3% of the world‘s best universities. Tartu Guildhall © visittartu

Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Tallinn


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Finland

University of eastern finland (UEF) Subject

Education

Taught Language

English

Location

Joensuu, Kuopio, Savonlinna

Size of University

15,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€400 - €600

Max. available funding

€330

Semester dates Autumn

September - December

Spring

January - June

Website

www.uef.fi/en

UEF has three campuses in Joensuu, Kuopio, and Savonlinna. It was formed in 2010 by a merger of two previously independent universities. UEF is a multidisciplinary university, which offers teaching in more than 100 major subjects.

Finland

Language = Finnish, Swedish

University of helsinki Subject

Religion and Ethics, Sociology

Taught Language

English

Location

Helsinki

Size of University

36,500 students

Average monthly expenses

€700 - €1000

Max. available funding

€330

Semester dates Autumn

August - December

Spring

January - June

Website

www.helsinki.fi/en

The University of Helsinki has just turned 375 years old. It is the oldest and largest university in Finland with the widest range of disciplines available, spread across 11 faculties and 11 research institutes.

Currency = Euro (EUR) Capital = Helsinki


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Finland

University of Turku Subject

English Literature, History, Education

Taught Language

English, Finnish

Location

Turku

Size of University

25,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€600

Max. available funding

€330

Semester dates Autumn

August - December

Spring

January - May

Website

www.utu.fi/exchange

The University of Turku was founded as the first Finnish-language university in the country in 1920. The campus is located in the historical city centre of Turku - close to the unique nature and archipelago of Southwest Finland. As one of the leading universities in Finland, the university offers study and research opportunities in seven faculties and twelve special units and interdisciplinary centres.

Germany

Language = German, Platt

Germany

University of Kassel Subject

Arts, Audio-Visual Techniques and Media Production

Taught Language

English, German

Location

Kassel

Size of University

23,700 students

Average monthly expenses

€680

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates Autumn

October - March

Spring

April - September

Website

www.uni-kassel.de

Since its foundation, the environmentally-oriented attitude of the University of Kassel has provided direction for academic research and cutting edge science. The University of Kassel environmental profile describes the university’s official position on environmental issues and offers insight into the university’s excellent environmental study and research programmes. Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Berlin


ERASMUS + PARTNERS

University of hildesheim

Otto von guericke University

Subject

Music and Performing Arts

Subject

Languages (English Literature)

Taught Language

English, German

Taught Language

English, German

Location

Hildesheim

Location

Magdeburg

Size of University

6,500 students

Size of University

14,200 students

Average monthly expenses

€600

Average monthly expenses

€600

Max. available funding

€280

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates

Semester dates

Autumn

October - March

Autumn

October - March

Spring

April - September

Spring

April - September

Website

www.uni-hildesheim.de

Website

www.ovgu.de

The University of Hildesheim became a university in its own right in 1978 and a Foundation under Public Law in 2003 – one of the first of its kind in Germany. There is a very personal atmosphere of learning with first class tutoring where theory and practice are closely combined.

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Germany

Language = German, Platt

Founded in 1993, the university is named after Otto von Guericke (1602-1686), Magdeburg‘s famous son. He was a politician, a scholar and eventually the mayor of the town. With over 14,200 students coming from 90 countries, OVGU is becoming increasingly important as the centre of education and research in Central Germany and beyond.

Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Berlin


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Hungary

italy

University of Theatre and Film Arts

Nuova Accademia Di Belle Arti Milano (NABA)

Subject

Film and TV, Media

Subject

Arts

Taught Language

English

Taught Language

English, Italian

Location

Budapest

Location

Milan

Size of University

450 students

Size of University

2,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€500

Average monthly expenses

€900

Max. available funding

€280

Max. available funding

€330

Semester dates

Semester dates Autumn

September - January

Autumn

September - March

Spring

February - June

Spring

February - July

Website

www.filmacademy.hu /en

Website

www.naba.it

University of Theatre and Film Arts Budapest (SZFE) is the oldest institution of higher education in Hungary that educates theoretical and practical professionals in the field of theatre, film and television.

Hungary

Founded in 1980, NABA is an internationally renowned innovative arts and design academy based in the heart of Milan’s design scene. NABA is the largest private educational academy in Italy offering six BA and seven MA courses.

Language = Hungarian Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Budapest


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Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia Subject

Fine Arts

Taught Language

Italian

Location

Universita degli Studi di Roma "Tor Vergata" Subject

Business, Economics, Finance

Venice

Taught Language

English, Italian

Size of University

1,000 students

Location

Rome

Average monthly expenses

€800

Size of University

44,000 students

Max. available funding

€330

Average monthly expenses

€1000

Max. available funding

€330

Semester dates Autumn

October - January

Semester dates

Spring

February - July

Autumn

September - December

Spring

February - May

Website

www.accademia venezia.it/relazioniinternazionali/ erasmus-studenti

Website

www.economia. uniroma2.it/erasmus

The Venetian Academia of Art was founded in 1750. From its outset, the Academy was responsible for the conservation and restoration of public paintings. Today, the Academy’s focus is on cultural education and advanced specialist training in art. Amongst its famous graduates are Piazzetta, Tiepolo, Zanchi, Diziani, Morlaiter, Selva, Canova, Hayez, Arturo Martini, Alberto Viani, ...

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Italy

The University of Rome Tor Vergata was established in 1982: it is therefore a relatively young university. It was designed on the model of Anglo-Saxon campuses: it sits on 600 hectares and hosts important research institutions, such as CNR and the Italian Space Agency - ASI.

Language = Italian Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Rome


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Malta

The netherlands

University of Malta

Hogeschool Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences

Subject

Psychology, Education, Food with Nutrition, History

Taught Language

English

Location

Msida

Size of University

11,500 students

Average monthly expenses

€500

Max. available funding

€280

Autumn

September - March

Spring

February - July

Website

www.um.edu.mt/

The University of Malta is the highest teaching institution in Malta. It is publicly funded and is open to all those who have the requisite qualifications. Conscious of its public role, the University strives to create courses which are relevant and timely in response to the needs of the country. Malta

Business and Administration, Education

Taught Language

English, Dutch

Location

Rotterdam

Size of University

30,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€850

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates

Semester dates

Subject

Autumn

September - January

Spring

February - June

Website

www.rsm.nl

Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences is one of the major universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands. A major factor of the university’s success is staying closely tuned in to the pulse of the city of Rotterdam.

Language = Maltese, English Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Valletta


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Radboud University Maastricht University Subject

Psychology

Taught Language

English

Location

Maastricht

Size of University

16,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€850

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates Autumn

September - January

Spring

February - June

Website

www.maastricht university.nl

Maastricht University (UM), the most international university in the Netherlands, stands out for its innovative approach to learning and international outlook. Almost 45% of their students and more than 30% of their teaching staff come from abroad.

The Netherlands

Subject

Business Management, Geography, English Literature

Taught Language

English

Location

Nijmegen

Size of University

19,000

Average monthly expenses

€700 - €1000

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates Autumn

August - Decmber

Spring

January - June

Website

www.ru.nl/overview exchangecourses

Radboud University is a public university with a strong focus on research. Located in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, it was established on 17 October 1923 and is situated in the oldest city of the Netherlands. The RU has seven faculties and enrols over 19,900 students. It was internationally ranked 156th by the QS World University Rankings.

Language = Dutch, Flams Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Amsterdam


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Norway

Universitet i bergen (uiB)

Volda University College (VUC)

Subject

Communications and Information Sciences

Subject

Arts and Crafts, Photography

Taught Language

English, Norwegian

Taught Language

English

Location

Bergen

Location

Volda

Size of University

14,800 students

Size of University

3,500 students

Average monthly expenses

€850

Average monthly expenses

€750

Max. available funding

€280

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates

Semester dates

Autumn

August - December

Autumn

August - December

Spring

January - June

Spring

January - June

Website

www.uib.no/en

Website

www.hivolda.no/english

The University of Bergen is an internationally recognised research university. Academic diversity and high quality are fundamental for UiB. There are six faculties at UiB. Around 1,550 of the total student population at the university are international students.

Norway

Volda University College is located in a small town on the west coast of Norway, but their perspective is global. VUC is among the leading Higher Education Institutions in Norway with regards to faculty/staff exchange through the Erasmus+ programme.

Language = Norwegian Currency = Norwegian Krone (NOK)

Capital = Oslo


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Poland

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Portugal

Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa) School of Form (SWPS)

Languages and Philological Sciences

Taught Language

English, Portugese

Subject

Textiles, Design, Fashion

Location

Lisbon

Taught Language

English

Size of University

48,000 students

Location

Poznan

Average monthly expenses

€550

Size of University

15,000 students

Max. available funding

€280

Average monthly expenses

€350

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates Autumn

September - January

Spring

February - June

Website

en.sof.edu.pl/en

School of Form has an excellent and renowned team of lecturers, modern and well-equipped workshops and studios, a superb cooperative relationship with many Polish and international companies.

Subject

Poland Portugal

Semester dates Autumn

September - February

Spring

February - July

Website

www.ulisboa.pt/en

The University of Lisbon (ULisboa) is a public research university in Lisbon, and the largest university in Portugal. It was founded in 2013, from the merger of two previous public universities located in Lisbon, the former University of Lisbon (1911–2013) and the Technical University of Lisbon (1930–2013). The history of the university in Lisbon dates back to the 13th century.

Language = Polish Currency = Zloty (PLN) Capital = Warsaw Language = Portugese Currency = Euro (EUR) Capital = Lisbon


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Romania

University of Sibiu “Lucian Blaga” Subject

Religion and Theology

Taught Language

English

Location

Sibiu

Size of University

20,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€670

Max. available funding

€280

Lucian Blaga is one of the oldest Romanian universities, with a very long tradition. The Faculty of Theology was founded in 1786 and is the oldest institution of this kind in Romania. It marked the beginning of higher education in Sibiu.

Semester dates

Autumn

September - January

Spring

February - June

Website

www.ulbsibiu.ro/en

Romania

Language = Romanian

Currency = Romanian Leu (RON)

Capital = Bucharest


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Spain

Escuela De Arte 10 “Artediez“

Escuela Superior de Diseno de Madrid

Subject

Arts

Subject

Design

Taught Language

Spanish

Taught Language

Spanish

Location

Madrid

Location

Madrid

Size of University

800 students

Size of University

700 students

Average monthly expenses

€550

Average monthly expenses

€550

Max. available funding

€280

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates

Semester dates Autumn

October - January

Autumn

October - January

Spring

February - June

Spring

February - June

Website

www.artediez.es

Website

www.esdmadrid.es

Artediez (Art School Number Ten) is a public school that relies on a huge experience in teaching art and design. In it, the school offers artistic education in all fields of design: Graphic, Interior, Industrial and Fashion.

Spain

Escuela Superior de Diseño has its main focus on design in all facettes. The school is part of the Madrid Royal Conservatory. Its teachers are highly specialised practitioners, researchers and design professionals.

Language = Spanish, Catalan Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Madrid


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Spain

Universidad de Deusto

Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV)

Subject

Education

Subject

Language Acquisition (English)

Taught Language

English

Taught Language

English

Location

Bilbao

Location

Tarragona

Size of University

8,000 students

Size of University

12,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€600

Average monthly expenses

€550

Max. available funding

€280

Max. available funding

€280

Semester dates

Semester dates

Autumn

September - February

Autumn

September - February

Spring

February - June

Spring

February - June

Website

www.deusto.es

Website

www.urv.cat

At Deusto, you will find the facilities, resources and services you need for your studies and university life. You will enjoy the friendly atmosphere with study areas and the chance to “learn by doing”, without overlooking the social meeting points for more informal activities, green areas. We also offer our exchange students Spanish language and Basque language courses.

Spain

The URV was created in 1991 by the Parliament of Catalonia from the already existing university faculties and schools. In this way the Tarragona University of the 16th century was restored. From the first day its aim has been very clear: to place knowledge at the service of society so as to contribute to the social and economic development of its environment, which has gradually transformed over time.

Language = Spanish, Catalan Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Madrid


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Universitat de vic

Universidad Autonoma de madrid (UAM) Education, Journalism and Information, AudioVisual Techniques and Media Production, Psychology, Food and Nutrition, Biology, Business

Subject

Subject

English Literature

Taught Language

English

Location

Madrid

Size of University

28,000 students €600 €280

Taught Language

English

Average monthly expenses

Location

Vic

Max. available funding

Size of University

5,500 students

Semester dates

Average monthly expenses

€550

Autumn

September - February

Max. available funding

€280

Spring

January - June

Website

www.uam.es

Semester dates Autumn

September - February

Spring

February - June

Website

www.uvic.cat

University of Vic is a public university under private management commited to the economic and social development of the surrounding region and Catalonia, through teaching, research and knowledge transfer, imbued with a distinctive European and International vocation.

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Spain

The UAM is a modern university, committed to a broad and integral approach to education. It is moreover internationally famous, and is ranked among the 200 best universities in the world. The UAM pays special attention to the environment and is proud of working for an environmentally sustainable campus. It is also one of the major research institutions in Spain, as well as a major collaborator with the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).

Language = Spanish, Catalan Currency = Euro (EUR)

Capital = Madrid


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sweden

University of Stockholm Subject

English Literature, Creative Writing, History

Taught Language

English

Location

Stockholm

Size of University

70,000 students

Average monthly expenses

â‚Ź850

Max. available funding

â‚Ź330

Semester dates Autumn

August - January

Spring

January - June

Website

www.su.se

Stockholm is a cultural hub and economic centre, with many green areas. It is surrounded by water, making it an ideal place in which to enjoy a relaxed and exciting student life.

Sweden

Cody Moir BA (Hons) Creative Writing I went to do my Erasmus study abroad period in Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden. The main reason that I decided to go in the first place was in order to expand my awareness of the world around me and other cultures. Being in an international environment the whole time really did fulfill this desire. Another reason I wanted to go was to keep my degree fresh and exciting, whilst also keeping me from taking Bath for granted. I feel that it was extremely valuable having some time away from Bath in order to appreciate it when I came back. The experience was utterly life changing in every way possible, and I'm a totally different person to who I was when I left for Sweden. I met a beautiful bunch of international students who all had something brilliant to bring to the group! I even learnt a little bit of Swedish when I was out there. Overall it was an incredible experience, and I couldn't be happier that I took the opportunity. The best advice I could give would be: Don't worry. Don't worry about funding, don't worry about loved ones back home, don't worry about anything, and don't let anything stop you from taking this opportunity by the horns! Just go for it!

Language = Swedish Currency = Swedish Krone (SEK)

Capital = Stockholm


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Harriet Buss BA (Hons) Education: Early Years It was a really tough decision to go as I am a real home bird and lived at home and commuted to university during the first year. However, I was drawn to the life experience I would gain, the friends I would meet and that it makes you stand out from others when applying for jobs.

Linnaeus University Subject

Creative Writing, English Literature, Education

Taught Language

English

Location

Växjö, Kalmar

Size of University

31,000 students

Average monthly expenses

€800

Max. available funding

€330

Semester dates Autumn

August - January

Spring

January - June

Website

www.lnu.se

Linnaeus University is inspired by the spirit of Carl Linnaeus. He is the Swedish scientist who has had the greatest impact globally. Bold and curious, he made the entire world his arena.

Sweden

I cannot express enough how much of a wonderful experience the ERASMUS programme is. I had the best four months of my life. I made new friends and my two flatmates from California and Austria will be friends for life. The teaching in Sweden is quite different. It is more about small groups and discussions and debates than in large seminars. The biggest class size I had was 10 and we were all international students studying Education. I think the experience did change me as a person, but definitely for the better! I have grown in confidence so much. It is so empowering to start 'alone' in new surroundings, with no friends and a language barrier and to be able to get to the other side having had the most amazing journey. If you are thinking of doing a placement, do it! It is an absolutely fantastic experience that will open so many doors for you. I thoroughly enjoyed it and embraced every opportunity. I would honestly do another placement tomorrow if one was available. As a person, it really brought me out of my shell and that has continued since I have been home.

Language = Swedish Currency = Swedish Krone (SEK)

Capital = Stockholm


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Turkey

Kadir Has University Subject

English Literature, Business & Management

Taught Language

English

Location

Istanbul

IMPORTANT

Size of University

5,100 students

Average monthly expenses

â‚Ź650

Max. available funding

â‚Ź280

As with all of the locations of our partner institutions, we advise that you check the Foreign & Commonwealth Office travel advice before applying. www.fco.gov.uk/travel. In line with Bath Spa University's travel policy, all travel abroad to high risk areas where the FCO advice is not to travel, will require approval from the Vice-Chancellor

Semester dates

Kadir Has University was founded in 1997. Turkish beginner language course is an optional credited language course designed for international students. The registration is provided at the beginning of each semester and it's free of charge.

Autumn

September - December

Spring

January - May

Website

www.khas.edu.tr/en

Turkey

Language = Turkish Currency = Turkish Lira (TRY) Capital = Ankara


Lisbon Harbour © Turismo de Lisboa

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Swiss European Mobility Programme Programme (SEMP) Switzerland is not currently participating in the Erasmus+ programme (since February 2014) but students are able to study at our partner institutions in Switzerland with funding from the Swiss Government via the Swiss European Mobility Programme.

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Switzerland

The university of teacher education (PHSG) Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts Subject

Art and Design

Taught Language

English

Location

Luzern

Size of University

700 students

Average monthly expenses

CHF 1,500 - 1,800

Max. available funding

CHF 360

Semester dates Autumn

September - December

Spring

February - May

Website

www.hslu.ch/en

The Lucerne School of Art and Design is the oldest college of art and design in Germanspeaking Switzerland. Backed by almost 140 years of tradition, it offers a vivid and challenging environment that inspires research and teaching.

Subject

Education

Taught Language

English

Location

St. Gallen

Size of University

1,000 students

Average monthly expenses

CHF 1,500 - 1,800

Max. available funding

CHF 360

Semester dates Autumn

August - December

Spring

February - May

Website

www.phsg.ch/web/ dienstleistungen/ international/international-class-1926/general-information.aspx

This one semester study abroad programme especially welcomes teacher education students. The International Class is a unique opportunity to gain insight and experience in Swiss primary and secondary education while getting to know Swiss culture on a first-hand basis.

Switzerland Language = Swiss German, Italian, French Currency = Swiss Franc (CHF) Capital = Bern


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International

Exchange We also have a number of partners throughout the rest of the world. You can take advantage of study opportunities available in Australia, China, Japan, Mexico, Taiwan or the USA. Studying on an Exchange placement is an excellent opportunity to experience education in a different country, immerse yourself in a new culture and learn a new language. It also looks great on your CV and will help boost your employability options in a global market. The Exchange placement takes place in your second year of study. On completion, you return to Bath Spa with the equivalent number of credits that you would have achieved if you had stayed in the UK. The placement counts towards your degree and does not add any extra time to your studies. You need to successfully pass your exchange placement exams and assessments in order to gain credits but the actual grades you receive are not counted towards your degree classification. You must complete a minimum of 60 Bath Spa credits per semester (30 ECTS). The programme of study at the partner institution must follow the same subject(s) that you study at Bath Spa. Most classes will be taught in English but, in some countries such as Japan or Mexico, you are expected to have some prior knowledge of the language.

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Australia The academic year in Australia is different to that of the UK. Exchange placements in Australia are available from February to June only. (Semester 2 at Bath Spa = Semester 1 in Australia).

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Subject

Open to all subject areas where subjects are taught at QUT.

Subject

Open to all subject areas where subjects are taught at UTS.

Taught Language

English

Taught Language

English

Location

Brisbane

Location

Sydney

Size of University

45,000 students

Size of University

40,000 students

Average weekly expenses

$400 (AUD)

Average weekly expenses

$400 (AUD)

Type of Campus

City and campus based

Type of Campus

City campus

Semester dates

University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Semester dates

Spring

February - June

Spring

February - June

Website

www.qut.edu.au

Website

www.uts.edu.au

Australia

Language = English Currency = Australian Dollar (AUD)

Capital = Canberra


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China

Xi'An Academy of Fine Arts (XAFA)

communication university of china (CUC)

Subject

Art and Design

Subject

Film, Media, Digital Production

Taught Language

English

Taught Language

English

Location

Xi'an

Location

Bejing

Size of University

7,000 students

Size of University

15,000 students

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Type of Campus

Campus based

Type of Campus

Campus based

Semester dates

Semester dates

Spring

February - June

Spring

February - June

Autumn

September - January

Autumn

September - January

Website

www.xafa.edu.cn/

Website

www.cuc.edu.cn

Please note: Christmas is not recognised in China and is not a national holiday. Chinese New Year is usually celebrated in January or February and is a national holiday.


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Gabriela Tejeiro BA (Hons) Business & Management with International First Year Shanghai University of Finance and Economics I went to Shanghai, China for 6 months to study Business. I decided to go there because I was fascinated by Chinese culture and I was also studying Mandarin. To gain funding for this trip I saved money and I also gained an International Travel Fund scholarship. Overall, it was one of the best experiences of my life, Shanghai is amazing - it’s futuristic and it’s completely different from any other city in the exchange program. You can find the classic ancient Chinese in the poorer areas and then on the other side the newest technology where everything is super fancy and luxurious. That is the reason that I decided to find an internship there and stay longer. In China I made not only friends, I made a family. Living in a country as different as China without knowing the language made us stay closer. Without them it wouldn’t have been possible to find out how to get a phone number or how to pay the bills! We always talk and we will meet again in September. At SUFE the teaching was completely different - all the BSU students struggled to adjust at first. It is amazing how Chinese people study because the learning is so quick and we had an exam every week. Even though it was harder it has been the time that I have learned most.

Studying abroad has completely changed me as a person - China made me a new person, I believe now that everything is possible, that some things are just stereotypes and that different cultures are amazing. China made me humbler. I didn’t have any major problems while there because from the first moment I considered Shanghai to be my home and overall I didn’t have any big difficulties. I studied 9 hours of Mandarin each week. It was amazing and it was super motivating because it’s what we needed to survive, so every day after class I would try to use what I had learned. Now that I’m back I’ve realized that studying abroad has helped me to be more grateful and to appreciate the things that I have that some people can’t have. The advice that I would give current first years who are thinking about applying for study abroad is to go and live it as it will finish tomorrow! Don’t be scared and try everything while you’re there. My 6 months passed so quickly – it just wasn’t enough time. Also, it’s important to clarify academic aspects of your stay before you go for example the number of credits you’re taking while you’re there.

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China

Shanghai Lixin University of Accounting and Finance

Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE)

Subject

Business & Management

Subject

Business & Management

Taught Language

English

Taught Language

English

Location

Shanghai

Location

Shanghai

Size of University

8,000 students

Size of University

22,000 students

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Type of Campus

Campus based

Type of Campus

Campus based

Semester dates

Semester dates

Spring

February - June

Spring

February - June

Autumn

September - January

Autumn

September - January

Website

www.sfu.edu.cn

Website

www.shufe.edu.cn


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Hong Kong Polytechnic University

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Mexico

Tecnologico de Monterrey

Subject

Chinese and Bilingual Studies, English

Subject

Business and Management, Humanities, Music

Taught Language

English

Taught Language

English, Spanish

Location

Kowloon

Location

Mexico City

Size of University

32,000 students

Size of University

90,000 students

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Type of Campus

Campus based

Type of Campus

Campus based

Semester dates

Semester dates

Spring

January to May

Spring

January - April

Autumn

August to December

Autumn

August - November

Website

www.itesm.mx

Website

www.polyu.edu.hk

Hong Kong Mexico

Please note: Students must have a basic understanding of the Spanish language to conversational level.

Language = Mandarin, English Currency = Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) Language = Spanish Currency = Mexican Peso (MXN)

Capital = Hong Kong

Capital = Mexico City


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Japan

Seian University of Art and Design

Shinshu University

Subject

Open to all students from the Bath School of Art and Design.

Subject

Open to all students from the Bath School of Art and Design.

Taught Language

English, Japanese

Taught Language

English, Japanese

Location

Seian

Location

Nagano

Size of University

800 students

Size of University

10,000 students

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Type of Campus

City based

Type of Campus

City and campus based

Semester dates

Semester dates

Spring

April - September

Spring

April - September

Autumn

September - March

Autumn

September - March

Website

www.seian.ac.jp

Website

www.shinshu-u.ac.jp

Please note: Students must have a basic understanding of the Japanese language to conversational level. Many classes are taught in Japanese with support being given in English.

Japan Language = Japanese Currency = Japanese Yen (JPY) Capital = Tokyo


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Matthew R Garlick BA (Combined Hons) English Literature and Philosophy & Ethics Shinshu University I decided to got to Japan to learn the language mostly but to also experience a culture I had only read about in books. I have now spent nearly a year of my life in Matsumoto city in the Nagano prefecture of Japan which is regarded as one of the most beautiful and peaceful places in Japan. However it still boasts a lively small city atmosphere with restaurants, bars, clubs and even its own airport. In Shinshu University I currently study Philosophy, English Literature, Japanese, German and Japanese culture. The BSU International team helped me find contacts in my host university and answered any and all inquiries I had. Funding is almost negligible, but cost of living was very reasonable so there were few issues. Studying is at times trying, as learning a new language can be very demanding but it is as equally rewarding. Since coming to Japan I have made lots of new friends and regularly message them although we are spread across three quarters of the Earth. I have met lots of people from countries I have had no contact before, and I am delighted to have had such amazing exposure to the wider world and feel it has changed my perspective on life in many ways for the better. The main piece of advice I can offer a student interested in studying at Shinshu University, or at any host university, is that if you really want to do it then go for it. There will be many obstacles but if my time abroad has taught me anything, it is that I am capable of much more than I ever expected and it will be the same for you.

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Taiwan Please note: Classes taught in English will be identified for students as part of their study programme. A basic understanding of Mandarin is preferred but not essential.

National Taiwan University of Arts (NTUA)

Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA)

Subject

Art and Design, Performing Arts

Subject

Art and Design, Performing Arts

Taught Language

Mandarin

Taught Language

Mandarin

Location

New Taipei City

Location

New Taipei City

Size of University

5,000 students

Size of University

5,000 students

Average weekly expenses

ÂŁ300

Average weekly expenses

ÂŁ300

Type of Campus

Campus based

Type of Campus

Campus based

Semester dates

Semester dates

Spring

February - June

Spring

February - June

Autumn

September - January

Autumn

September - January

Website

http://m.ntua.edu.tw

Website

www.tnua.edu.tw

Taiwan Language = Mandarin Currency = New Taiwan Dollar (TWD) Capital = Taipei


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USA Please note: It is common in US universities to share bedrooms with one or two other students. US universities make use of “meal plans� where students purchase various types of plans which entitles them to 3 meals a day in the food halls. There are limited selfcatering facilities in American accommodation.

Columbia College Chicago

Montana State University Billings (MSUB)

Subject

Open to all subject areas where subjects are taught at Columbia College Chicago.

Subject

Open to all subject areas where subjects are taught at Montana State University Billings.

Taught Language

English

Taught Language

English

Location

Chicago

Location

Montana

Size of University

10,000 students

Size of University

5,000 students

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Type of Campus

City based

Type of Campus

Campus based

Semester dates

Semester dates

Spring

January - May

Spring

January - May

Autumn

September - December

Autumn

September - December

Website

www.colum.edu

Website

www.msubillings.edu

USA Language = English Currency = US Dollar (USD) Capital = Washington D.C.


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Kris Nock BA (Hons) Music Montana State University Billings I went to Montana State University Billings for 3 and a half months to study Music. I decided to go because I have always had a passion for the 'American lifestyle' and my long term goal is to move over there in a few years, so for me this was an opportunity to spend some time getting to know the place, make some contacts and confirm that this was the course of action I want to take. The experience was so much better than I could have ever anticipated. I have made a lot of friends, with whom I still speak to, some on a daily basis, and we plan to visit each other soon. Some of my friends are now saving and planning on coming over to the UK. I had lots of opportunities over there to connect with people, such as famous LA trumpet players Wayne Bergeron and Ron Blake who came to town to do workshops with the high school kids and because of the contacts I made I was able to go along and meet them, and I now have plans to visit them in the near future. I was also able to travel lots, and made visits to Red Lodge Ski Resort, Yellowstone National Park and

Mount Rushmore. While I was there, I also taught the Billings Senior High School symphonic band which was extremely rewarding and because of this was able to take a trip with them to Bozeman to the Regional Football Championships. The teaching is extremely different here. Over in America they are more homework and test based, and I had homework almost every night, and at least one test a week, however I actually found that to be easier as they test you specifically on what you have learnt, and unless you have really not paid attention, there's not really any way to fail a test. It was extremely hard to come back to the UK. For the last few days before my flight I was very upset about leaving, but at the surprise leaving party that they threw me, where almost everyone that I met over the course of the few months attended, I realised that even though I was going back home, a part of me would be left there with them, and I took a part of them back with me.

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USA

State University of New York Geneseo (SUNY Geneseo)

Bennington College Subject

Open to all subject areas where subjects are taught at Bennington.

Taught Language

English

Location

Vermont

Size of University

801 students

Average weekly expenses

$300 (USD)

Type of Campus

Campus based

Semester dates Spring

February - June

Autumn

August - December

Website

www.bennington.edu

Subject

Open to all subject areas where subjects are taught at SUNY Geneseo.

Taught Language

English

Location

New York State

Size of University

5,500 students

Average weekly expenses

$400 (USD)

Type of Campus

Campus based

Semester dates Spring

January - May

Autumn

August - December

Website

www.geneseo.edu

Please note that SUNY Geneseo is based in the north west of the state of New York, near the border of Canada. New York City is approximately 6 hours by car.

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Abigail Brind BA (Hons) in Education Studies SUNY Geneseo, New York I always knew I wanted to study abroad as part of my degree and luckily the Bath Spa international exchange programme made that possible. From looking at the University locations for my course I chose to study education at ‘SUNY Geneseo’ in New York State, America. Both the International office at Bath Spa and at Geneseo were very helpful in making it become a reality and we were in regular contact via email. As I did not originally have all the funds necessary for the exchange I decided to apply for the Bath Spa International Travel Fund, I was shocked to find out I had been awarded £700 to help towards the exchange. It was such a simple process and definitely worth filling out the short form if you are considering studying abroad. My time at SUNY Geneseo was the best experience of my life and I couldn’t recommend it highly enough. I made two of the best friends I’ve ever had while there. We spent Thanksgiving together in one of their hometowns near Buffalo and since leaving Geneseo they have travelled to England and we have recently been on holiday together. As well as this I made friends with all of the International students and many students in my classes.

The University campus is situated in a small town and it has a strong sense of community which you soon become a part of and can make friends with anyone you meet. The views from campus can be beautiful and all the amenities you need are right at your doorstep. If you’re thinking about travelling to Letchworth State Park, which is known as the Grand Canyon of the East, it is just 30 minutes away and Rochester is the nearest city. For longer trips there is Buffalo, Niagrara Falls, Toronto, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington DC. The International office regularly arranged trips for the International students for as little as $60. I had so much fun studying Education in America, in a lot of ways I preferred it to my course at Bath Spa. I got the chance to visit and teach in several different Elementary schools while I was there which was very rewarding and beneficial to my degree. Studying at SUNY Geneseo was a life-changing experience and it has only made me want to travel more and live in as many places as I can. I was so sad to return home after 5 months and leave my life and friends in Geneseo behind, but I can’t wait to go back and visit soon!

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Accommodation

Accommodation Accommodation arrangements at Bath Spa University Students seriously considering a semester abroad will need to think carefully about their accommodation requirements for their time at Bath Spa University. Most housing contract lengths will be year long and if students are going to be on a mobility placement for one semester they may find themselves committed to a housing contract for a room that they do not require for several months. Bath Spa University recognised that this was a major barrier for students going abroad on Exchange or Erasmus and so the accommodation team have allocated a limited number of rooms in Pope Halls of residence to the International Office. These rooms are for Bath Spa University students requiring a semester-long contract (since they’ll be abroad for one semester). This allocation is new for the academic year 2016/17 and has been greatly welcomed by outgoing Exchange and Erasmus+ students from Bath Spa University. If you are given a place on the Exchange or Erasmus+ programme you can then apply for a room in Pope Halls. The deadline for applying for a room in either Semester 1 or Semester 2 of your 2nd year is 7th April 2017. Further details of how to apply for this accommodation will be made available when you receive confirmation of your place on either the Exchange or Erasmus+ programme.

Accommodation at host university Accommodation at the host destination will be arranged through the partner institution. You will receive information about this once you have been nominated to your host institution (from April/May for Semester 1 placements and October/November for Semester 2 placements). Each university is different - some will offer on-campus living with student dormitories and guaranteed accommodation whereas others will advise you on how to find off-campus accommodation via private landlords. In the USA it is quite common for students to share a bedroom so please be aware of this cultural difference prior to applying.


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finance Student Finance England If you receive a maintenance loan from Student Finance England (SFE) then you should inform them that you will be studying abroad as soon as you receive an official confirmation of placement from the host university. SFE will usually adjust the loan to reflect and support an international study placement. It is your responsibility to inform SFE at the earliest opportunity, once you have received confirmation from the host university, to ensure enough time for any additional paperwork and changes to be made. Student Finance England Travel Grant Students going abroad are eligible to apply for the SFE travel grant. The SFE grant allows you to potentially claim reimbursement for travel costs, insurance and visa costs above ÂŁ303. You have to pay the first ÂŁ303 yourself. www.gov.uk/travel-grants-students-england/ overview Bath Spa University International Travel Fund

Erasmus+ Student Mobility Funding Students who participate in the Erasmus+ programme can receive an Erasmus+ mobility grant. This grant is an allocation of money that is intended to contribute towards the extra costs of studying abroad. You receive 70% of the money whilst you are away and the remaining 30% upon your return to the UK. The grant is not repayable and is paid to you by Bath Spa University through the Erasmus+ national agency for the UK (the British Council). The mobility grant is intended to help with additional expenses that may occur while you are studying abroad. You should not depend on it to cover all of your living costs. The mobility grant can be used alongside any additional student loans and grants that you normally receive. If you normally receive a maintenance loan, maintenance grant or Bath Spa University bursary then you should continue to apply for these as normal.

The Bath Spa International Travel Fund has been designed to assist students who want to study abroad for more than 3 months. Application is online and direct to Bath Spa University. You must be able to prove how receiving funds from the travel fund would positively impact on your studies.

Certificate in Global Citizenship (CGC)

http://www.bathspa.ac.uk/study-with-us/ undergraduate/fees-and-finance/otherscholarships

www.bathspa.ac.uk/schools/cross-schools/ courses/global-citizenship

An Erasmus+ or International Exchange placement counts towards the CGC. Home and EU students accepted onto the programme are eligible for a scholarship of ÂŁ1000 to help fund the placement.


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What to do next

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Decide whether you want to apply for the Erasmus+ or Exchange programme (you cannot apply for both).

Research your university of choice, ensuring there is a suitable programme of study for you. www.bathspa.ac.uk/university-life/outgoing-internationalexchanges/partner-institutions

Meet with your academic co-ordinator. To find out who this is please email erasmus@bathspa.ac.uk or bsuexchange@bathspa.ac.uk.


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how to apply Complete the initial application form online at: bit.ly/bsu-studyabroad Once you’ve completed every section of the form you need to print it in order for your Academic Coordinator(s) to sign it. For the purpose of this application we would like you to supply us with a one page Curriculum Vitae (CV) to be included with your application form. Here are some suggested headings for your CV: • •

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Personal information (contact details) Education (prior to arriving at Bath Spa and current courses being studied) Work experience (part-time, full-time, voluntary) Additional skills Interests (hobbies, membership of organisations) Any other relevant information

A full application for studying abroad consists of: • • •

A completed application form - including signature(s) of your academic coordinator A personal statement (addressing all of the points listed) A one page CV

Hand in your completed application to the International Relations Office, Newton Park Campus, Main House G17, by no later than 31st January 2017. Please note that scanned or electronic copies will NOT be accepted. After this deadline, shortlisting will take place where applicants will be selected for a short interview by members of the International Relations Office.

Copyright - The copyright for all images representing our partner universities are with the individual partner institutions unless otherwise specified.


Bath Spa International Relations Phone +44 (0) 1225 875777 Email erasmus@bathspa.ac.uk bsuexchange@bathspa.ac.uk Website www.bathspa.ac.uk/international

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