Study at Goldsmiths for one or two terms on an international exchange programme, including Erasmus+.
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International exchange programmes allow students currently studying at a university outside of the UK to study at Goldsmiths for a semester or an academic year. Goldsmiths must have an exchange agreement, such as an Erasmus+ partnership, with your university in order for you to study at Goldsmiths as an exchange student.
If Goldsmiths does not have an exchange agreement with your university, you may still be able to study with us on our Study Abroad programme.
Goldsmiths has many exchange partners, both within Europe and outside of Europe.
How to apply
You should apply for an international exchange programme through your home university in the first instance. All students nominated by their home university to study at Goldsmiths will be sent full application details by the Global Opportunities team.
Autumn term and Full Years students - 1 July
Spring/Summer term students - 15 October
Autumn term and Full Year students - 30 July
Spring/Summer term students - 15 November
English language requirements
Our English language requirement is CEFR Level B2, or for undergraduates an IELTS score of 6.0 overall with a 6.0 in writing and no element lower than 5.5. For postgraduates, IELTS score must be 6.5 overall with 6.5 in writing and no element lower than 6.0. You can find a list of English language qualifications we can accept on this page. For students studying with us for a single term, we can also accept a reference letter from a tutor at your home university as evidence of your English language level.
International exchange students study modules within one host department. Browse our module catalogue to see an indicative selection of modules on offer.
As an exchange student, you will not pay any tuition fees to Goldsmiths for the duration of your exchange.
We aim to guarantee Goldsmiths accommodation for all international exchange students who apply before the accommodation deadline.
For more information on Brexit, and how it could impact your experience at Goldsmiths, please visit the Erasmus+ Charter page.