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Study abroad

Stand out from the crowd by considering our Study Abroad option. By choosing to do a four-year degree, you can apply to study at one of our partner institutions for a year, or spend six months abroad and another six months working in the environmental management sector.

In an increasingly international and mobile world, studying abroad can help boost your future employability. It provides an exciting opportunity to acquire numerous transferable and desirable skills, and study specialisms additional to what's offered at Reading. It's also a fantastic life experience.

To qualify for the Study Abroad option, you must meet the requirements of the host institution. This option is highly competitive and is therefore not guaranteed.

All courses offered by our partner universities are taught in English.

“Graduating with overseas experience has proven to be crucial in obtaining employment opportunities both at home and abroad. For example, I have completed an internship in Chile, had my dissertation printed in an international magazine, produced an environmental impact assessment in Kenya, worked with leading UK institutions on agricultural development, and contributed to agricultural handbooks in Zimbabwe.”

Luke Herman, BSc Environmental Management, with a placement in Ghana

Find out more about studying abroad

Visit our University of Reading Study Abroad pages to learn more about opportunities for studying abroad.



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