This article explains what you should do if you are an international (non EU) student travelling outside the UK.
Travelling inside the EU – Schengen Visa
If you are travelling inside the EU, you may need to apply for a Schengen Visa. The Schengen Visa Scheme means visitors only need to apply for one visa to travel to any of the 26 participating European countries in one trip.
To apply for a Schengen visa, you will need to:
Please note that if you are visiting more than one country, book the appointment for the country you are spending the longest duration in. If you’re visiting each country for the same duration, book your appointment for the first destination.
You will need to take this letter with you to your consulate appointment. This letter is done by the Global Office, Nuffield Centre and will take 24 hours to produce. Most consulates will also ask you to provide a travel itinerary and proof of funds.
Visas for the US and non-Schengen destinations
We recommend that you check the consulate website for the country you wish to travel to, to find out whether you need to obtain a visa.
This letter is done by the Global Office, Nuffield Centre and will take 24 hours to produce. Most consulates will also ask you to provide a travel itinerary and proof of funds.
The University recommends following these top tips:
For further travel information, or advice on travel insurance, please speak to the International Student Advisers.