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Erasmus+

The current Erasmus programme, Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport. It runs for seven years, from 2014 to 2020. Visit the Erasmus+ website for more information. 

Erasmus exchanges are generally subject specific, so if you are studying politics at your home institution, then you could study politics at Kingston as long as there is an Erasmus agreement between the two relevant departments. 

However, if you wish to study a subject at Kingston which isn't part of the agreement, then you may do through our Study Abroad Programme.

Erasmus exchange students

Spending time at Kingston University as part of your degree offers lots of benefits, including the chance to:

  • explore a different way of life;
  • meet new people;
  • learn a new language or improve your current language skills; and
  • show employers you're flexible and able to take on a challenge.

Erasmus exchange students take the same modules and (usually) the same assessments as Kingston students. This means you integrate fully with student life at the University. Find out about:

Arriving at Kingston

Please book your travel so that you arrive in time for the International Arrivals and Orientation events for international and exchange students. Erasmus students can use the University's airport pick-up service.

You must attend a meeting with your faculty/school Erasmus co-ordinator before starting classes. 

You can also read the pre-arrival guidance for international students.

Erasmus"Studying at Kingston University is such an incredible experience! It is full of opportunities to improve your knowledge in many different fields, join a sports club or learn a new language. Besides, you will have the opportunity to get to know a lot of new people from different countries. I definitely recommend this university"

Daniel González Cuadrado, Business Student, Universidad de León - Academic Year 2018/19

English Language Requirements

It is assumed that when Erasmus students are nominated by their home university, this is on the basis of being sufficiently competent in English at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Proof of English language is not formally required unless a Tier 4 visa is required to enter the UK. In this case, the requirements are shown on this page.

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Study Abroad International Learning Office 

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Enquiries about coming to Kingston as a visiting student:

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Study Abroad International Learning Office 

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Enquiries about coming to Kingston as a visiting student:

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