Credit for a year abroad is awarded by the College Academic Progression exam Boards for Non-Compulsory Study Abroad. These boards meet in early September and will issue a progression decision providing that an official copy of an academic transcript for year abroad has been received (and you submitted all required documents including a learning agreement). Please note that it can take until mid-October for credit to show on a student’s record.
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- I want to study / work / intern overseas, how can I show the comparability of my degree?
- How can I get my Erasmus Learning Agreement?
- I am travelling to study or work as part of my degree - does the University cover my insurance?
- Are there any scholarships for studying abroad?
- I have not applied for my European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) and I am already travelling, can I still get one?
- Where can I find my Erasmus grant contract?
- Can I take courses which have prerequisites at a host University when I go on exchange?
- How do I apply to go abroad?
- Can I volunteer abroad?
- Can I work while I'm on exchange?