The aim of a liberal arts degree is to extend your horizons. The next generation of successful graduates will have a global outlook and the widest range of experiences to tackle a rapidly changing world. Studying abroad caps off the liberal arts experience.
We strongly encourage you to undertake a year abroad; after all, an internationally focussed degree programme doesn't seem complete without broadening your horizons by learning to live, study, and thrive in a foreign culture.
Further information about studying abroad can be found at the Undergraduate study website.
As part of the programme you can study for either a full year or half a year at one of the College of Humanities' partner institutions, which include some of the world's most prestigious universities.
We currently have arrangements with the following institutions: