Staff and student mobility

We work closely with our European partners to offer staff and students the opportunity to study, teach, and train abroad. We also proudly welcome students and staff from partner institutions to our campus here in Birmingham. 

Passport stamp design, which reads: "Birmingham Global - Departure".

Student Mobility: Outgoing

Enrich your time at university and increase your job opportunities by studying abroad as part of your course. The Erasmus+ exchange programme can provide financial support to those looking to study abroad at one of our partner institutions.

Take a look at our Study Abroad pages to see where your mobility experience can take you.

Student Mobility: Incoming

Studying abroad in Birmingham offers you an incredible opportunity to enrich your life and learning experience through encountering different cultures, people and environments. When you choose the University of Birmingham, you choose to place yourself at the heart of the UK.  Live and study on our beautiful leafy campus, just minutes away from the UK’s second largest city.

Take a look at our Study Abroad pages to learn more about studying abroad at the University of Birmingham.

Staff Mobility

The Erasmus+ Staff Mobility scheme is a great opportunity for staff to secure funding to visit a partner institution across Europe - to share best practice, learn from colleagues abroad, or conduct teaching exchange. The Erasmus+ Staff Mobility scheme is open to applications from any permanent staff, academic or administrative, for teaching and/or training purposes.

For further information on how to apply, please visit our Staff Mobility intranet page.

Partner with us

Please take a look at our Guidance for Partners page and contact the Study Abroad team for more information on setting up an exchange agreement with the University of Birmingham.

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These web pages have been produced with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The content of these web pages is the sole responsibility of the University of Birmingham and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the British Council and the European Commission. Also read the University's Erasmus Charter and Policy Statement.