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    I've seen on the UCL Prospective Students page that they cater for a lot of international students, but could I study there and then do maybe a term or two abroad in the USA for example?
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    Check here to see what study abroad options are available for your department.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    Check here to see what study abroad options are available for your department.
    One thing that has confused me is if it is still possible to study abroad if I am not on the study abroad programme? e.g. I will be studying Economics but not Economics with a year abroad. So I won't be able to do the departmental exchanges but can I still do Erasmus??
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    (Original post by Username13)
    One thing that has confused me is if it is still possible to study abroad if I am not on the study abroad programme? e.g. I will be studying Economics but not Economics with a year abroad. So I won't be able to do the departmental exchanges but can I still do Erasmus??
    You will certainly be able to study abroad in Europe; everyone has access to the Erasmus year abroad scheme. Whether or not you could go to the US, you'd have to ask the department. I think US/Canadian/Asian/Australian year abroad placements are reserved for people on the "with year abroad" degrees, although it may be possible to transfer into the Economics with year abroad degree if you maintain very good grades in your first and second year.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    You will certainly be able to study abroad in Europe; everyone has access to the Erasmus year abroad scheme. Whether or not you could go to the US, you'd have to ask the department. I think US/Canadian/Asian/Australian year abroad placements are reserved for people on the "with year abroad" degrees, although it may be possible to transfer into the Economics with year abroad degree if you maintain very good grades in your first and second year.
    Oh thanks, I was so worried I wouldn't even be able to do Erasmus, so relieved. Thanks
 
 
 
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