Take University College Birmingham for example, they have partner universities in Thailand, the USA, Malaysia and Australia with a similar style to Erasmus but without the funding from the EU. These exchange opportunities are targeted at degree and foundation level, in the first semester of second year studies.

How about The University of Manchester? It has many exchange programmes all over the world, the partnerships enable eligible students to spend either a year or a semester without paying any fees. You can take advantage of mentor schemes, orientation programmes and internal society memberships with a wide range of subjects to choose from!

EF Exchange Programmes are fantastic for university prep too, lasting for around 6/9 months, those who take part can gain admission to a university in an English-speaking country. You’ll be able to gain the skills required for higher education, whether that’s a University Foundation Year or a Fast-track Business Degree programme.