Student

Study or work abroad

Student exchanges in Europe and the US

The deadline for studying overseas during 2017-18 has now passed and students who applied will be informed of LJMU’s decision within one month following the deadline of 24 February 2017.


An international experience can help develop your self-confidence, adaptability and cultural awareness, giving you the edge when it comes to employability. Plus you’ll have exciting and memorable experiences, meet new people and learn new skills.

Miles went to study abroad at Southern Connecticut State University and this is what he says:

“My time studying abroad was a great success. I thoroughly enjoyed being able to experience a different university culture and partake in classes which have helped inspire my own research interests. I also feel very lucky that I was able to visit amazing places such as New York and California”.

Thinking of studying abroad

Please discuss your options with your International Mobility Coordinator and/or Programme Leader, please see the contact list at the bottom of this page.

Most students can choose to either go to Europe through the Erasmus+ scheme or to our partner in the US: Southern Connecticut State University. Where and when you can go will depend on your programme of study. There will be funding available to help you with the added costs of studying abroad for either option. Please email Goabroad@ljmu.ac.uk for more information on funding.

How to apply

We advise students to attend briefing sessions (see dates and locations below).

Please download the application pack, be sure to read the guidelines carefully before submitting your application. All applications must be submitted by midnight on 21 February 2018.

Results will be announced by email from the Study Abroad Team no later than 19 March 2018.

Study abroad information sessions

Date

Time

Building

Room

24/01/2018

2pm

Redmonds

RB 101

31/01/2018

2pm

Tithebarn

TB 215

05/02/2018

5pm

IM Marsh

IM B123

06/02/2018

5pm

Byrom Street

Peter Jost Lower LTh

07/02/2018

5pm

Redmonds

RB Lecture Theatre 1


Erasmus+

Outgoing LJMU students:
The European Union programme, Erasmus+, offers exciting opportunities for Liverpool John Moores University students and staff to work, train or study in Europe.

Incoming Erasmus students:
We invite European students to study at LJMU via Erasmus+, see the incoming Erasmus students section.

US student exchange

Outgoing LJMU students:
Are you interested in living and learning in the US? We’ve partnered with Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) in New Haven, Connecticut on a student exchange programme to give our students an opportunity to experience university life in America.

Incoming SCSU students:
The programme welcomes SCSU students to study at LJMU, see the section for incoming SCSU students.

Take a look at the sections below to find out about these programmes...

Academic approval contacts

Discuss your options with your School International Mobility Coordinator and/or Programme Leader

Arts, Professional and Social Studies

Art and Design: Emma Roberts

Liverpool Screen School: Paula Baines

Humanities and Social Science: Filippo Menozzi

Law: Alison Lui

LCAPS: Adrian James

Education, Health and Community

Education: Andrew Kennedy

Public Health Institute: Conan Leavy

Nursing and Allied Health: Sean Mackay

Sport Studies, Leisure and Community: Nicholas Wise

Engineering and Technology

Applied Mathematics: Sandra Ortega Martorell

Built Environment: Vida Maliene

Civil Engineering: Iacopo Carnacina

Computer Science: Thar Baker Shamsa

Electronics and Electronic Engineering: Kevin Johnston and Colin Wright

Maritime and Mechanical Engineering: Dan Stancioiu

Liverpool Business School

Science

Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences: Amanda Boddis

Natural Sciences and Psychology: Michael Richter

Sport and Exercise Sciences: Dominic Doran