Study abroad and exchanges module catalogue

Almost all of our modules (excluding those in the College of Medical and Dental Sciences) are now open to incoming exchange and study abroad students, which means you have access to one of the widest range of courses available at any UK institution.

Before searching for modules please make sure you read the guidelines for selecting modules carefully. You should also check with your adviser at your home institution that you have selected appropriate module choices before submitting your application to Birmingham. This will ensure that you select modules that are appropriate to your level of study and for which your home university will award transfer credit. 


Selecting modules   

Given below are links by department of modules likely to be running in the coming academic year to help you with your choices.

African Studies and Anthropology (DOCX - 21KB)

Art History, Film and Visual Studies(DOCX - 34KB)

American and Canadian Studies

Biosciences (PDF - 588KB)

Business (DOCX - 31KB) 

Centre for Modern Languages (CML)

Classics,Ancient History and Archaeology (DOCX - 33KB)  

Culture, Society and Communication

Drama and Theatre Arts

Education available modules (DOCX - 18KB)  

Education Module Descriptors (Exchange, Erasmus and Study Abroad) (DOC - 91KB)  

Education Module Descriptors (EdXchange Only) (DOCX - 251KB)


European Studies

French Studies

German Studies

Government and Society Year 1 (DOCX - 60KB)

Government and Society Year 2 (DOCX - 92KB) 

Government and Society Year 3 (DOCX - 151KB) 

History (DOCX - 19KB) 

Hispanic Studies

Italian Studies

Law School. Modules for affiliate students (DOCX - 113KB)

Music Year 1 (DOCX - 44KB)

Music Year 2 (DOCX - 25KB)

Philosophy (DOCX - 52KB)

Psychology (DOCX - 17KB)

Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences (PDF - 498KB)

Theology and Religion Year 1 (DOCX - 91KB)

Theology and Religion Year 2 (DOCX - 96KB)

Theology and Religion Year 3 (DOCX - 97KB) 

If you would like to choose subjects outside of these areas then please use the Online Programmes and Modules Handbook