Course Opportunities Abroad
Some degrees have time studying or working abroad built into the course -for example language degrees. Others have optional studying or working abroad arrangements.
If the course you're applying for doesn't have this option but you'd like to build it in you can apply to take part in the ERASMUS Programme. This allows students to take part of their course (from 3-12 months) at a European university. Details on the Erasmus website.
If you are planning to study in a member state of the European Union (EU), students enjoy the same rights of access to higher education as those from the home state, provided they meet the entry qualifications.