Why study abroad?

The University encourages students to consider study and work abroad opportunities as a way of developing global perspectives and cross-cultural capabilities in their day to day lives and practice.

Worldwide Exchanges

Explore further afield with a worldwide international exchange!

Erasmus+ Exchange Links - Study Placements

View our current list of Erasmus partner organisations across Europe...

International Volunteering

Leeds Arts University has teamed up with East African Playgrounds (EAP) to offer our students the opportunity to volunteer for a month in Uganda during summer. The voluntary project is to build a playground for children within a chosen community in Uganda; you will also support a community development programme with activities centred around arts and crafts, sports and coaching.

Erasmus+ Traineeships

Erasmus+ provides a grant to support higher education students carrying out a work experience placement in a choice of 32 countries across Europe.

Confucius Classroom

Leeds Arts University is delighted to be a Confucius Classroom! The Confucius Classroom concept promotes joint planning of cultural activities, sharing ideas and resources to stimulate the learning and teaching of Chinese language and culture.

Why study abroad?

The University encourages students to consider study and work abroad opportunities as a way of developing global perspectives and cross-cultural capabilities in their day to day lives and practice.

Erasmus+ Exchange Links - Study Placements

View our current list of Erasmus partner organisations across Europe...

Erasmus+ Traineeships

Erasmus+ provides a grant to support higher education students carrying out a work experience placement in a choice of 32 countries across Europe.

Worldwide Exchanges

Explore further afield with a worldwide international exchange!

International Volunteering

Leeds Arts University has teamed up with East African Playgrounds (EAP) to offer our students the opportunity to volunteer for a month in Uganda during summer. The voluntary project is to build a playground for children within a chosen community in Uganda; you will also support a community development programme with activities centred around arts and crafts, sports and coaching.

Confucius Classroom

Leeds Arts University is delighted to be a Confucius Classroom! The Confucius Classroom concept promotes joint planning of cultural activities, sharing ideas and resources to stimulate the learning and teaching of Chinese language and culture.