Nottingham Trent University

Nottingham Trent University
Erasmus Office, Trent House

There are a number of options for study abroad. If your course has a compulsory placement or year abroad, you can take part either as a funded Erasmus student or non-funded outside Europe. There is also the opportunity to study for one semester at one of our partners. Many of our partners teach in English so there are no language barriers to participation and you may take the opportunity of an Intensive Language Course at the University prior to commencing your studies.

 

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Questions about Nottingham Trent Uni

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Can you study abroad with no/little knowledge of the language?

Language barrier

Yes you can - I study French and went to France. Had a few friends there with little or no French speaking ability. They got involved with the Erasmus community (where English is usually the common la...

Q

Second country for year abroad?

Italy

Hello James - it's probably best to check with your University Languages Department as they will know if something specific is required of you. Most people will undertake an internship or work placeme...

Q

Nice, Marseille or Grenoble?

Assistantship

Hello James - great three cities to choose from! A few thoughts from my perspective:Marseille - PROS: beautiful city (especially the outskirts such as the Calanques), hot, popular with students, CONS:...

Q

Are there known opportunities for interior designers to study final year in...

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How do you go about applying to study abroad for the year? Who do i contact...

Degree Abroad

Hi there,You should go and speak to the team in your university's International Office asap - they will be able to help you!Very best of luck :)The TYA Team x

Q

Can you just buy a Spanish SIM card instead of having to buy a new phone?

SIM card

Hi there,You can find out all about Spanish SIMs from Lauren's answer here and Ethan's answer about PAYG might be useful too.Very best of luck! :)TYA Team

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Where do you go to get an NIE in spain and what information do you need to...

NIE

Hi Hannah!Fiona has written a very detailed answer about the Spanish NIE here.Please do take a look and ask on that thread if you have any further questions!Very best of luck :)TYA Team

Q

I have just received an email saying what school I am going to in Spain, wi...

Spain

No. Once the application has been approved and you have been paired, it lies with the international body. You will get an email about applying for the police check but other than that contact should b...

Q

How do I find accomodation in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid?

Accommodation in Spain

Hiya,Have you tried searching on all the websites on this list?If you're still struggling to find accommodation in Alcalá de Henares, remember that Madrid is an easy commute from Alcalá - you may ha...

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