Please click on the headings below to find out about the GO work abroad options
Durham University has been successful in boosting Global Opportunities for its students for the coming academic year. The University has been awarded a grant from the Turing Scheme, the UK government’s programme to study and work abroad.
Students who go abroad are 20% less likely to be out of work when they graduate than those who did not. Find more reasons to GO on the UUKi’s Go International report
Working abroad may seem daunting, however, there is a range of support available. These range from language courses with the Centre for Foreign Language Study to pre- and in-placement support through the Disability and Counselling services. Please click on the banners below for further details. You may also want to think about Durham's GO Study Abroad options which includes both full-year and shorter options.