ISEP Exchange: Plymouth - Exchange Program at University of Plymouth

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Students in business are strongly encouraged. Many courses in maritime studies and science are complemented by field trips including fishing and diving expeditions. The Combined Arts Program, consisting of majors in art history, English, heritage,... read more

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A student studying abroad with ISEP Exchange: Plymouth - Exchange Program at University of Plymouth
I gained a new knowledge on how to interact with several people outside my personal culture. And I gained a skill of true independence. I had to cook for myself, book hostels and travel by myself, set up doctor appointments, and figure out new customs with no help. I left this experience with an extreme confidence boost in my ow... - Truman State University View Entire Review

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Students in business are strongly encouraged. Many courses in maritime studies and science are complemented by field trips including fishing and diving expeditions. The Combined Arts Program, consisting of majors in art history, English, heritage, history, media arts, theatre, and visual arts, welcomes ISEP students.

SEMESTER PLACEMENTS are only made for students wanting to take courses within the following subject areas: History, Art History and English. In addition Media Arts, Fine Art and 3D Design would be suitable, though students would have to be fairly advanced practitioners as courses within these subject fields are project-led and there is really not much "teaching" that goes on - especially in Term 2 (Semester 2). Term 1 (Semester 1) might be a better option for students wanting to take course within these fields.

Students: ISEP programs are only open to students presently enrolled a an ISEP member universities. Click here to check  If your school is not a Member, please click the "Hosted at" link the top of the page and consider the Direct Enroll and Exchange option for this university or one of the providers listed.



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