How does it work?
Erasmus Exchange are faculty and school specific, that is agreements are set up between a particular faculty and school at Leeds Metropolitan University with the equivalent department at a partner university in Europe. This means students can only choose to study at universities where their faculty and school have an exchange agreement.
To find out more about available destinations around Europe, please click here.
Type of Placement
Am I eligible?
When can I go?
It is not possible for you to go on exchange in your final year, as your studies would become increasingly specific and appropriate equivalent are not always available at our partner institutions.
How does study abroad affect my degree?
Usually study abroad will be a pass/fail year/semester. This means that whilst abroad you must pass all modules/units undertaken in order to receive the credits that will contribute to your progression onto the next level. Please be aware that the marks on the year abroad will not count towards your final Leeds Metropolitan University degree classification.
Things to consider
Part-Time Language Courses
Please be aware that the Study Abroad Office is not qualified to offer consultations or detailed advice regarding visa applications. Immigration laws are complex and subject to frequent changes. Therefore, if you do have any questions about the process of applying for your visa, you will need to contact the appropriate Embassy directly.
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