The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester
International Programmes Office, The Rutherford Building

Study abroad is an excellent opportunity for you to see the world, experience new cultures and study at one of The University of Manchester’s many partner institutions. We have excellent relationships with numerous overseas exchange partners in Europe and across the globe – and we extend our network every year.

 

So you want to work abroad? Five questions, answered.

Why working abroad is a great thing to do: how to find a job, fit in, make friends, improve language skills and become more employable.

by Gemma Sowerby

 
 
Living and working in France

Where to live in Perpignan

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Salamanca

Surviving my year abroad as a non-drinker

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Salamanca

The Mole Diaries: Salamanca (Volume 2)

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
English

Top tips for teaching expat or bilingual students

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Advice

My tips on keeping a year abroad blog

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
France

15 reasons to choose Perpignan

by Elizabeth Gibson

Mole Diaries

 
Salamanca

The Mole Diaries: Salamanca (Volume 2)

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Language Assistant

The Mole Diaries: Perpignan

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Study Abroad

The Mole Diaries: Freiburg

by Holly Simmonds
 
Arabic

The Mole Diaries: Amman, Jordan

by Ellie Wake
 
Madrid

The Mole Diaries: Madrid (Volume 2)

by Anna de Brito
 
Living and working in Spain

The Mole Diaries: Santiago de Compostela

by Grace Cahill
 
Spain

The Mole Diaries: Murcia

by Global Graduates

Questions about Manchester Uni

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Where do i find a job?

Third year abroad
Q

Can anyone advise me on accommodation in Nice?

Q

Just wondering if anyone has studied in Flensburg and could tell me a bit a...

Masters
Q

How can I find a paid job/'stage' in Quebec or Montreal for my year abroad...

Canada
Q

Can anyone recommend a French bank?

French banks

I got a student account with BNP Paribas - it was so easy and it also provided me with room insurance, which is compulsory in France. Just make sure to take all your documents with you - passport, pro...

Q

Anyone got any tips for getting round the needing a bank account to rent a...

Flat

I got my bank account first and used my schools address for that, then I used  my bank and my schools address on the rental agreement for the flat. I updated them to the official address of my flat...

Q

What's the best option in terms of mobile phones in Italy?

Munich

If you change your UK contract to Three, you can use all of your normal texts, minutes and Internet in Italy for no extra charges when contacting the UK or other people abroad on Three, and then just...

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France

15 reasons to choose Perpignan

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Language Assistant

A Day in the Life: Teaching in Perpignan, France

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Language Assistant

The Mole Diaries: Perpignan

by Elizabeth Gibson
 
Study Abroad

The Mole Diaries: Freiburg

by Holly Simmonds
 
Arabic

The Mole Diaries: Amman, Jordan

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Paris

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Paris

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by Tammy Olobo
 
Careers

Travel Startup - Interview with the Founder of Gadabouting

by Global Graduates
 
Careers

Tilly is a Project Manager at a Language Versioning Agency

by Global Graduates
 
China

Study China Programme - Manchester University

by Claire Ung
 
Heidelberg

Katherine studied abroad in Heidelberg and is now a Senior Recruitment Consultant

by Global Graduates
 
Dresden

Gemma studied abroad in St. Petersburg and Volgograd and is now a German-speaking cabin crew member

by Global Graduates
 
Lyon

Tilly taught adults English in Lyon and now works in subtitling and dubbing

by Global Graduates
 
Paris

Kate-Marie worked in Paris and is now an English teacher

by Global Graduates
 
Madrid

The Mole Diaries: Madrid (Volume 2)

by Anna de Brito
 
Vienna

Emma was a Language Assistant in Vienna and is now a fundraiser for an international development charity

by Global Graduates
 
Living and working in Spain

The Mole Diaries: Santiago de Compostela

by Grace Cahill
 
Spain

The Mole Diaries: Murcia

by Global Graduates