At Staffordshire University we’re committed to providing all students with the best possible student experience. As well as continually investing in some of the best university facilities our students also have opportunities to take part in a wide range of activities both in the UK and overseas.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and following guidance issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO), Public Health England (PHE) and the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), we are currently unable to support applications relating to travel. We will continue to monitor the situation and update these pages at appropriate times.
Your global adventure starts here. We’ve committed to increasing opportunities for students to undertake life-changing trips abroad, whether you decide to work, study or volunteer.
Why do it?
Enhance your future employability and broaden your global network
More and more employers now actively seek students with international experience of studying, working or volunteering abroad. Having a new perspective on different cultures, language skills and a willingness to try new things will help make your CV stand out.
Make lifelong friends from around the world
One of the best things about studying, working or volunteering abroad is the friends you’ll make while you’re away. Sharing this experience will create a unique bond and you’ll have the opportunity to go back and visit them in the future.
To help our students make the most of the opportunities available to them we set up the Student Experience Fund, so there is no better time to explore going abroad. The only restriction on where you can visit is your own imagination…so where will you go?
What the Student Experience Fund is, what it's for, and what it can do for you.
Explore the different opportunities available for students wanting to travel abroad.
Find out where in the world our Student Experience Fund can take you.
There's lots of costs to consider when travelling, make sure you have considered everything.
Advice on what you need to do before you leave, to make sure you're prepared for when you arrive.