They are involved in the Erasmus and USA exchange programmes starting in August. The students are from the UK, Poland, Cyprus and the Slovak Republic and are travelling to the University’s partner institutes in Ireland, Spain, Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Cyprus, and the USA.
Gill Fletcher, from the International Office, said: “We are expecting exchange students from around 22 different countries to arrive in September for either a semester or a year and more will arrive in January for the Semester Two start. These students add vibrancy and cultural diversity to the University of Wolverhampton.”
The University of Wolverhampton students are from across the academic Schools and are studying fine art, languages, nursing, psychology, media and communication, English Literature, sociology, public relations, business, molecular biology, hospitality management, American studies, History and Philosophy.
Students have the chance to go for a semester or a year to one or more of the partner institutes as part of their degree programme. For further information contact Gill Fletcher firstname.lastname@example.org
Picture: A group of the students who are going on the Erasmus exchange.
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