Where Can I Go?
UCL has exchange agreements with over 250 institutions in 40 countries across five continents, including 48 of the world's top 100 universities. Where you can study abroad will depend on your programme of study at UCL.
With the exception of students from ESPS, the SELCS, and students studying certain degree programmes in SSEES, it is not possible to study abroad at a university with which UCL has no formal exchange.
To participate in the Study Abroad programme, your department must have a study abroad component.
Use the options guide to find out which opportunities are available for your department for 2019/20.
Before applying, we expect you to do thorough, independent research into the options available to you.
If your programme does not have the option to study abroad, you may wish to consider a scheme that takes place during the holidays.
Information for students at graduate level who are considering studying abroad.
There are broadly three different types of exchange programme at UCL, though not all of these will be available to everyone.
Find out more about the Erasmus+ programme at UCL. We currently have links with over 150 Erasmus partner institutions.