- Broaden your mind and your horizons.
- Adapt to different cultures and work patterns.
- Improve your job prospects (employers like multi-cultural employees).
- Improve your language skills.
|Semester one||Semester two|
|30 April||31 May||18 October||4 November|
We are the University of Plymouth
Since 1862 we have engaged the brightest minds to push boundaries, advance knowledge and transform lives. We have a long and proud history, and together, we are forging an even greater future.
We offer two types of exchange
ISEP is a non-profit educational community dedicated to helping students overcome the financial and academic barriers to overseas study. The University of Plymouth is one of 300 member universities worldwide and has been a member of ISEP since 1984, exchanging an average of 11 students per year through ISEP during this time.
To find out more and to make an application you will need to contact your home university's designated ISEP coordinator and register your account on the ISEP website.
General University of Plymouth entry requirements
Applicants for our study abroad programmes must to meet the academic standards required of our full-degree entrants.
You can apply to be a fee-free exchange student if we have an exchange agreement with your university in your subject area.
You should speak to your home university's exchanges department to find out what is available.
The University of Plymouth requires exchange students to have completed a minimum of one year of a university degree, and the majority of exchange students join us during year two of a three-year degree programme.
English language requirements
Traineeships with the University of Plymouth
"In my first day of work I was terrified but after I met my workmates everything changed. In a week I felt like I was at home, I cannot express with words how lucky I have been to be in this team."
"At Plymouth you'll have lots of amazing experiences, you will meet people from all around the world and you will learn how to work in different situations outside of your comfort zone."
"Plymouth is a student city with a lot of energy, history and sights. I experienced the population as very welcoming, open, and outgoing."