University of Sussex

University of Sussex

As an undergraduate Sussex student, you can study abroad in a variety of ways and at a wide range of worldwide destinations. You can apply to do a year or a term abroad or study at a summer school. If you are a student on a four-year degree programmes in American Studies or in Modern Languages, you'll spend the third year of their degree abroad.

 

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Questions about Sussex Uni

Q

How much money will I need to study abroad in Canada?

Savings

I did my year abroad in France in 2012-13, but have been living in Montreal for two years now studying for my MA and now my PhD.With the excellent pound sterling to Canadian dollar exchange rate (almo...

Q

What is cheaper having an american bank account or using card abroad?

Bank

Hi Nicola,The cheapest may option may actually be neither! Instead, you could use a currency card, such as this one by Caxton. It's simple to set up and saves you a lot of money on the exchange rate.H...

Q

What are the best residence halls at Bocconi University?

Accommodation
Q

Is it possible to transfer from a UK university to another one in the EU?

Transfer

Hi there,I'm afraid situations like these are judged on a case by case basis. The best thing to do would be to contact your Study Abroad/International unit back at your UK university, as well as talki...

Q

Has anyone had experience with living alone?

Accommodation

Hiya,I never planned to live on my own during my year abroad. I found a 2-bed flat with a friend from my UK uni and we lived together for the first couple of months that we were in Madrid, but she str...

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