The first round for applications for Study Abroad are now open.
Participating in a Study Abroad programme can be a significant and memorable experience to carry with you for the future. You can expect to experience diversity and different lifestyles, gain intercultural communication skills, increase your independence and adaptability and see life and learning in a new way.
Why study abroad?
There are several different routes students can take to make sure that they are globally mobile during their time at King's. No matter what your subject of study, or the level at which you are studying it, studying abroad is a significant experience available.
Find out if your degree programme offers year, semester long or summer Study Abroad opportunities here.
You may be thinking about your employment prospects, learning a new language, the chance to travel or seeing your chosen subject of study in a new light and different perspective, whatever your reason studying abroad could be the thing for you.
Learn more about what studying abroad is like and read a range of accounts from students through the Study Abroad Stories blog.
Where can I go?
Take a look at which partner universities you can travel to according to your area of study. To find out if your degree programme offers year or semester long Study Abroad opportunities, visit the 'Where can I go?' page.
The Global Mobility team and the Study Abroad Tutor network are available to support current King's students. The Global Mobility Office is open 9.00 - 13.00 and 14.00 - 17.00 Monday to Friday for all email, phone or in-person queries.
Find out more on how to contact them here.
Ready to apply?
Further information for current King's students looking to apply for study abroad opportunities, can be found on our how to apply pages.
The deadline for students who are eligible to apply to study abroad for Semester 1 and the Full Academic Year is 23.59, Wednesday 14 December 2022.
Please note, the Deadline for Law Students to apply is 23.59, Monday 5 December 2022.
All Law students wishing to study abroad in the following year will need to comply with this earlier deadline. Law students will need to submit to the Law specific form, find out more on the application page.