Opportunities for Brighton students to study and work abroad with the new Turing Scheme
University of Brighton students will be supported to study and work abroad following the university’s successful bid for funding from the government’s new Turing Scheme.
Canada, Japan, the United States, Hong Kong and Malaysia are among the destinations where Brighton students will be able to take up life-changing funded education and training placements – as well as European neighbours including Germany, France, Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark.
Partner institutions include leading universities and centres of learning, plus global brands such as Nike and Disney.
“Studying abroad can be a life-changing experience. It gives our students the chance to immerse themselves in a new culture, make friends from around the world and be part of a vibrant global community.
Opening up the opportunity to study and work abroad to more students, and in particular, those from disadvantaged backgrounds and underrepresented groups was a key focus of our funding bid. The Turing Scheme, and the support package we’ve been able to put in place will help make a transformational difference for students.”University of Brighton Vice-Chancellor Professor Debra Humphris