Study Abroad at the University of Winchester!
How and when to apply:
Please download, complete and arrange for your home university exchange co-ordinator to return by email the application and module selection forms below to email@example.com. These forms do not have to additionally be posted to Sarah Hanford, the emailed version is all we need. However, if you prefer to scan and return or post the documents to Sarah Hanford, that is fine.
Please see the application form regarding university accommodation. University accommodation cannot be guaranteed for late nominations or applications unfortunately.
- For Semester 1, 2013/2014 - applications (or nominations) must be received by 3rd May 2013.
- For Semester 2, 2013/2014 - applications (or nominations) must be received by 13th September 2013.
If English is not your first language, you must provide one form of evidence of your English language competence from the list below and enclose with your application:
- IELTS – Minimum overall score of 6, including 6 in Academic Writing
- an Overseas GCE O level in English language at Grade A – C or equivalent qualification
- Or an academic reference to validate your English language skill.
Semester 1 - 2013/2014 Attendance dates
Move-in/arrival date: Saturday 14th September 2013. (Coaches will leave Heathrow only at 10am and 3pm. A coach seat booking form will be sent to accepted students in the summer.)
Welcome week: Monday 16th September 2013
First Day of Class: Monday 23rd September 2013
Last day of class: Friday 13th December 2013
Move-out Day: Saturday 14th December 2013
Topic 4Pre - arrival information for students
The information below will be updated presently for September 2013 entry.
Module information 13/14
2013/14 modules open to exchange, visiting and Erasmus students from this September are listed below.
Drama modules are not updated as yet for 2013/14 but last year's have been left for your reference.
Please read the following guide on how to make your module selections. Please note, lectures are typically 3 hours long, however this may vary. Semester 1 modules are indicated by a S1 next to availability in the catalogue, Semester 2 are indicated by S2.
If you are an Erasmus student and would like to study postgraduate classes, please enquire with John Wilson first as we need to ensure that suitable classes exist.
Information for students eligible to select BA Primary Teaching and Social work modules.
Eligible students are from our Erasmus partner institutions with whom we have a specific Education subject agreement. Other visiting students are welcome to make enquiries.
Suitable modules for Teaching Students and Social Work Students are listed below. Please note you can also choose modules from the general module listings in the section above but we advise against choosing subjects outside of the Faculty of Education and Health and Social Care.
If you are going to request a teaching (or social work) placement, please register your request early at application stage (by returning the teaching placement request form below) to enable us to establish whether we are able to meet your requirements.
If you are wanting a teaching placement, please complete the attached placement request form and enclose with your application. Please ensure that you state volunteering module PR3999 (7.5 ECTS) on your learning agreement. The University of Winchester specialises in Primary education so placements would normally be in a primary school. We can offer a maximum of 10 days in school.
If you wish to undertake a school placement we strongly advise against studying modules outside of the Faculty of Education and Health and Social Care for timing and organisational reasons. Due
to the increased demand for our own student placements we cannot guarantee more than 10 days experience in a school.
All students who have been formally accepted by us by way of a letter, and who are completing a placement must complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. The current cost for this is £44. You will have to pay this.
Please read the DBS instructions below for how to complete this process.