Code of practice for students studying abroad introduction



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Accommodation




      1. It is the student’s responsibility to research housing options and arrange accommodation at the Host Institution. Practical information, including accommodation advice, can be obtained from a variety of sources including:

        1. The Host Institution’s website

        2. The Co-ordinator

        3. Feedback forms from previous outgoing students.

        4. Talking to students currently studying abroad or to students returning from a Host Institution.



    1. Costs




      1. For centrally managed Exchanges, the International Office can provide advice to students on the estimated costs involved in studying abroad and on any possible grants which are available to students.

      2. Erasmus grants are provided to eligible participants, and are intended to contribute to the extra costs involved with studying abroad. Due to the timing of grant payments, the Erasmus grants should not be relied upon for core expenses.






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