Students on the four-year degree in American Studies (T701) are required to spend their third year undertaking an approved course of study at one of our partner universities in the United States or Canada - see the map and links below for more details each of them. This also applies to students taking the year abroad in the United States option when studying the English and American Studies or History and American Studies degree.
- Go International This website has been designed by the UK Higher Education International Unit as part of the UK Strategy for Outward Mobility. The aim of the website is to provide universities, colleges, students and their parents with a central source of information on study and work abroad opportunities. The website contains comprehensive information on the benefits of studying, working and volunteering abroad, sources of funding, and information for higher education institutions on how to help more students take advantage of studying abroad.
- Student Reports (Courtesy of the University of Leicester's student newspaper, The Ripple) articles by Chris Aikman and Hannah Vince, now American Studies graduates.
- Foreign and Commonwealth Office
- The Fulbright Commission
- The US Embassy