Study abroad as part of your undergraduate degree

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Robert Stevens, Professor Jenni Cook and Matthew Lush
Robert Stevens and Matthew Lush (School of Music students) at the University of New Hampshire with Professor Jenni Cook, Chair of the UNH Department of Music.

Spending time studying abroad can expand your horizons, enhance your employability, and offer a genuinely unforgettable experience.

We offer two undergraduate programmes with study abroad opportunities:

Your study abroad programme will last four years, with your third year spent studying at a partner institution.

Currently, you have the opportunity to study with one of our partner institutions in the USA, Czech Republic, Germany, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Finland, Slovenia, and Belgium.

Here's what two of our students who studied abroad had to say:

One of the most enriching and eye-opening experiences I’ve ever had. Nothing can compare to the memories you’ll make and the international friendships you’ll create!

Jackie Yip, Helsinki, Finland

Studying abroad is the biggest and best adventure I’ve ever had! Making new friends, learning new things, and experiencing what life and university is like in another country – it’s absolutely amazing.

Lizzie Watson, New Hampshire, USA

Second year student Thomas Mottershead spent time studying at the University of New Hampshire and documented his trip.

My time at the University of New Hampshire

Contact us

Cameron Gardner

Dr Cameron Michael Gardner

Lecturer & International Exchange, Socrates-Erasmus Co-ordinator

Email:
gardnerc1@caerdydd.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0)29 2087 0926