Outgoing York St John students
Welcome to Study Abroad! This is your opportunity to study at one of our partner universities for a semester or a year. Find out about the benefits of studying abroad, and start your adventure here.
Start your Study Abroad adventure
Choose your destination
Find out where you can go. Compare and research our partner institutions and find the perfect place for you.
Check your finances
Funding options for your Study Abroad experience including information on grants. How to research the costs of Study Abroad.
Talk to us
Talk to us about your study abroad plans. Get advice from study abroad coordinators and academic advisors. Find out about disability and wellbeing support.
Our step-by-step guide to applying for Study Abroad.
Why study abroad with YSJ?
Hear from our students
A letter from Study Abroad
- Drama, dance and theatre blog
- Imogen Sutherland
Read about Imogen's experience at Keene State College, USA, from studying theatre modules to embracing US culture.
Which Uni? What to Expect!
- YSJ Life
A guide to choosing a Study Abroad destination and what you need to know before you set off.
The Beginning of the Adventure
- YSJ Life
Read tips for the Study Abroad application process.
Reflecting on personal experiences
- YSJ Life
Read about 1 student's experience at Pacific University, USA.
The best things about studying abroad
You can book an appointment with a member of the Study Abroad team through LaunchPad.
You can also contact us by emailing email@example.com.
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education
Download our Erasmus Charter for Higher Education and Erasmus+ policy statement using the links below:
This publication has been produced with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of York St John University and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the NA and the Commission.
All personal information gathered and held by York St John University relating to its applicants and students is treated with the care and confidentiality required by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection Bill (when enacted) – the data protection legislation.
The information gathered and held by the Study Abroad and Exchange Team is governed by both the Applicant Data Protection Statement and the Student Data Protection Statement. Both of these are available in full on the Data Protection section of our website.
During your time at the University, there may be other reasons why the Study Abroad and Exchange Team needs your personal data, in which case we will tell you what those purposes are and request consent to use your data for these purposes.