Bowling Green State University's exchange program with Keele University is open to students of all majors. Keele is a public research university that enrolls about 7,600 undergraduate students. Keele will provide a high quality educational experience for students shaped by outstanding research, contributing positively to sociak, enviornmental and economic agendas locally. To learn more about student life at Keele, take a look at their student union website as well as the school's page on student life for international students.
Keele is in North Staffordshire halfway between Manchester and Birmingham. The University is on a hill overlooking the town of Newcastle-under-Lyme (two miles from Keele) with Stoke-on-Trent (and its main shopping area Hanley) just a couple of miles further.
There is a thriving student life around the campus and a wide range of café-bars, restaurants and pubs in Newcastle and clubs in Hanley.
Theatre lovers will enjoy the New Vic in Newcastle and the Regent in Hanley, while the latest films are shown at the multi-screen cinema in Newcastle. The UK’s biggest theme park, Alton Towers, is around 45 minutes from the University.
Keele’s central location means it is easy to get anywhere in the country, with the M6 and rail links close at hand. Manchester and Birmingham are each an hour’s drive away, while London is less than two hours by train.
To learn more about what it is like to live in Staffordshire click HERE.
Learn about your destination by visiting the State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs web page at https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country.html to find country specific information about visa, safety and security, local laws, health, and more.
All courses are taught in English.
Students are able to choose classes from the full curriculum of courses over a variety of disciplines offered by the University. Links to Keele's course catalog and academic information about Keele can be found HERE
Housing is on-campus in single rooms with access to kitchen facilities. There are a range of hall options to choose from, and students may also choose to live off campus. The school offers resources for finding reliable accommodation nearby. Click HERE for more information.
Because this exchange program is part of Bowling Green State University study abroad options, financial aid that could be applied to study on BGSU’s main campus can usually be applied equally to study in the program abroad. If contacting via email please include your name and ID number along with the program name and semester you are planning to study abroad. For appointments, please also include several days and times that work for you.
To determine eligibility for Financial Aid, please contact:
In addition to financial aid, there are International Travel Grants and general Education Abroad scholarship opportunities that are available for students on the Education Abroad WEBSITE.
Students participating in BGSU exchange programs will pay their tuition and fees as if they were studying at Bowling Green State University. Students are responsible for their own housing, room and board, health insurance, and incidental expenses.
BGSU Tuition and Fees information can be found on the bursar’s WEBSITE.
Costs billed directly through BGSU Bursar's Office*
*Fees listed are estimates and are subject to change at any time
Possible Additional Expenses (not billed through BGSU)*
|Books, Materials and Supplies
* Please note that these costs are estimated and should be used as guidelines only!
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