Find out how taking part in a study abroad programme can help shape your future


Join us at our Global Mobility Fair on 23 January, 2-4pm in Dreadnought to find out more about Erasmus+ and discover where your next adventure will take you.

At the fair you'll learn how you can enhance your university experience, strengthen your CV and boost your employability, while enjoying experiences as part of an Erasmus+ exchange programme, discovering what it means to be a global citizen and making lifetime friends.

You'll also be able to find out about external opportunities that you can take part in even after they graduate, if a being part of a study abroad programme isn't feasible for you during your studies.

We're looking forward to seeing you at the fair in Dreadnought, Greenwich campus on Wednesday 23 January between 2 and 4pm.  If you're unable to come along on the day take a look at our Erasmus+ web page, and  the Why take part? page on the Erasmus site.

Ben Lindsey went to Budapest, Hungary where he studied at the Corvinus University of Budapest for one year as part of his BSc Economics and Banking, he said: 

Going abroad enabled me to discover new cultures and meet new people. I learnt how to communicate with people from various backgrounds, and my interpersonal skills were definitely enhanced.

My Erasmus year simply put was the best year of my life. It was incredibly fun, mind-opening and I met so many fantastic people from all over the world who I will be visiting in the future. I would without a doubt recommend this experience to anyone, because you learn so much and you never know what you will see, feel or experience during your time away.