Contact your international office

The international office at your own university is the first port of call for questions about studying abroad through U21.

While the Universitas 21 Secretariat oversees the events that are on offer to students across the network, each member institution is responsible for making sure that their students are able to take up the opportunities available. If you are interested in taking part in any of the U21 events, have questions about how you can get involved or want to know more about studying at any of the U21 members, please contact your own International Office. The International Office is often a good first stop for graduate and post-graduate students as well, although the Dean of Graduate Studies at your university should also be able to help you (see the DDoGS pages in the "Collaborations" section for more information).

University of Melbourne  

UNSW Australia

University of Queensland

University of British Columbia

McGill University

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Fudan University

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Hong Kong
University of Hong Kong

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University College Dublin

Waseda University                          

Tecnológico de Monterrey  

The Netherlands
University of Amsterdam

New Zealand
University of Auckland          

National University of Singapore

South Africa
University of Johannesburg

South Korea
Korea University

Lund University                        

United Kingdom
University of Birmingham

University of Edinburgh

University of Glasgow

University of Nottingham

United States of America
University of Connecticut

University of Maryland  

The Ohio State University                         

University of Virginia