The University of Warwick’s International Study Abroad Programme (ISAOP) will be expanding this year, with applications open to all international students in 2019.
The new Programme will offer international students up to the age of 25, who can apply for study abroad abroad in one of the three participating countries.
“The aim of the Programme is to support international students to have a strong connection to their host country, to enhance their personal and professional development and to gain access to a variety of courses and activities.
It is aimed at encouraging young people to study abroad and develop their professional and social skills,” a University of Westminster spokesperson told TechRadars UK.
“International students should make sure they apply to the right country for study, in order to have the best chance of being accepted.”
The UK will offer two types of study abroad: Full and Extended Study Aborts.
The latter is a programme for students who wish to travel to a country for an extended period of time.
The UK will accept applications from UK students for the full length study abroad from September 2019, while applications from international students will be accepted from October.
The UK has previously offered a programme to students in China, India and South Korea, and the UK’s National Centre for International Education (NCIE) is now offering students from these countries the opportunity to apply for an Extended Study abroad in 2019 to 2019.
The university will continue to offer an International Study in 2019, as well as offering a Study Abort in 2019 as part of the UK study programme.
This year’s programme will be open to UK students aged 18 to 25.