Turing: the UK’s new student mobility programme: webinar for international higher education institutions

25 Mar 2021, 14:00 - 15:00

To replace Erasmus+, the UK government has launched the Turing Scheme, which will provide £110 million in funding for 35,000 students in universities, colleges and schools to go on study and work placements abroad from September 2021 to August 2022.

This webinar aims to help answer some of the questions higher education institutions and other organisations outside of the UK might have about how they can engage with the newly launched scheme.

The webinar will:

  • Provide an overview of the Turing Scheme
  • Identify potential opportunities for institutions that have UK partners or who are considering developing new UK partnerships
  • Provide an opportunity to answer live and previously submitted questions that non-UK institutions may have about the Turing Scheme

The details

We encourage attendees to send in questions in advance to outwardmobility@international.ac.uk and we will attempt to respond to these either in the presentation or afterwards.

The webinar will be recorded and all those registered will have access to the recording and slides after the event.

Register

You can sign up for the event here.

 

About Universities UK International

Universities UK International (UUKi) represents UK higher education institutions globally and helps them flourish internationally. Through our work on outward student mobility, UUKi was directly involved in the development of the Turing Scheme, including convening and consulting with our member institutions. In addition to visiting the Turing Scheme website, you might also like to visit the UUKi webpage on student mobility after Brexit. Please note, UUKi is not a delivery partner of the Turing Scheme.

Donna Taibe

Donna Taibe

Admin and Events Coordinator
Universities UK International

News and blogs

The Thouron Award: an opportunity to learn again

19 July 2021
Fay Lockett, a Thouron scholar during the 2020/21 academic year, describes her experience of studying at the University of Pennsylvania.