You can study at a choice of over 100 universities in Europe, Asia, Australia and Latin America and more than 40 universities in North America.
Why study abroad?
Studying abroad will make your CV stand out and help you develop language skills, team-working abiltiies and give you a new perspective on your Sussex course.
Learn about different cultures
By studying abroad, you develop skills in communicating and negotiating with people from different countries and backgrounds.
Intercultural competence is increasingly recognised as an important attribute, and is prized by many employers.
Network of friends and contacts
You will meet people not only from the country you are visiting, but from all over the world.
You will build up a network of international contacts which may help you personally and professionally.
Where have Anthropology students studied abroad?
Frances Landreth Strong spent a term abroad studying at the University of Amsterdam.
"An unforgettable term full of amazing people and great memories."
Bethan Perry spent her year abroad in Spain.
"My year abroad taught me so much, not just about language but about myself."
Emma Scholar, who studied Anthropology with French and Spanish spent her year abroad at the Université de la Réunion.
"An unforgettable year in La Réunion, a paradise with a unique landscape and fascinating culture."
We can help you decide on the amount of credits you take and on which university to attend.
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