Study abroad destinations

At Manchester we have links with numerous partner universities around the world where you could study abroad for up to a year.

European partners

Many of our academic Schools have subject-to-subject exchanges with European universities (for example the geography department in Manchester has a link with the geography department in the Universidad de Granada in Spain). These agreements are known as Erasmus+ exchange agreements. 

Programmes in Europe are currently supported by the European Commission within the Erasmus+ Programme. For more information on the programme visit the Erasmus+ website.

Please note that continued Erasmus+ support for programmes within Europe is subject to the outcome of Brexit negotiations.

Erasmus+ students do not pay any fees and may receive an Erasmus+ grant from their home university.

Worldwide partners

We also have many exchange partners outside of Europe. Most of these partnerships are not subject-specific and are open to students from almost all subject areas across our University.

Choose a country below to see which universities have partnerships with us for exchange programmes.

China

Cuba

  • Universidad de La Habana

Israel

Japan

Taiwan

Alliance Manchester Business School partners

Alliance Manchester Business School operates a number of its own departmental exchanges with institutions around the world. These exchanges are separate from the University-wide exchanges listed above, and are only open to students linked to the Alliance Manchester Business School.