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Thinking of studying earth sciences?
There are three options:
- Departmental Exchanges: UCL Earth Sciences has direct agreements with Michigan University.
- International Office Exchanges: Toronto University, University of Western Australia (Perth), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (New York State) & Caltech are open to UCL students from different departments by competition; application for CalTech is highly competitive. Copenhagen is also a possibility for those who can comprehend instruction in Danish. Your options.
partners in Europe: (for MSci International programmes, study is for
year). Instruction is in the local language. Current exchanges are to:
Austria, Germany, Italy, Poland and Romania. Please note that the final
decision on a acceptance rests with the host institution. Exchange Agreements.
Information for currents students only: Study Abroad Approval Forms will be available to collect from November 2012. Completed forms must be submitted no later than Friday 7 December 2012. How to Apply
How will I finance my studies?
- Students on International Office & Departmental Exchanges (full year):• Pay one third of UCL tuition fee
• Pay no fee at host institution
• UCL bursaries may be available, e.g., toward travel costs
• Student loans can still be taken out
- Students studying a full year on ERASMUS programmes: • Pay NO tuition fee at UCL. • Pay no tuition fee at host institution – maybe enrollment fee of about €200. • Receive ERASMUS mobility grant: typically €250 per month (variable). • UCL bursaries may be available, e.g., toward travel costs. • Student loans can still be taken out.