Following the UK’s departure from the EU on 31 December 2020, the UK will no longer participate in the Erasmus scheme.
For the 2022/23 academic year onwards, Guildhall School will be addressing enquiries for Erasmus students looking to come to study with us on a case-by-case basis, in conversation with your study abroad advisor. The School will also be exploring partnerships with institutions across the world and we will update our Study Abroad & Mobility page once any new partnerships are formed.
If you are interested in undertaking short-term study at Guildhall School, we would recommend the Short Term Music Programme (applications close on 31 March for September entry). If you are looking for a more informal way to study, we also offer a range of short courses throughout the year.
If you are a Guildhall School student (or applying to be one) and interested in studying abroad as part of your degree, the UK government has committed to the Turing Scheme, a programme which replaces the UK’s participation in Erasmus for British nationals who wish to study abroad. The School is trialling engagement with this scheme with select partners and we hope to expand this offer as opportunities arise.