Why take part?
The Turing Scheme enables UK organisations to offer experiences abroad for their participants to develop personally and academically. It also supports schools, colleges and higher education institutions to build on and forge new relationships across the world.
Receiving funding to study or carry out a work placement abroad will help participants develop transferable skills, gain international experience and broaden their horizons. They can also develop a wide range of soft skills, language skills and a better understanding of other cultures. It will also be a great addition to their CV, helping them to stand out in the global job market and boost their employability.
Participants can study or work anywhere in the world, subject to Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) travel advice.
Turing Scheme 2023 to 2024 – project management tasks and tips
Stay on top of these regular Turing Scheme administrative tasks to make sure that you receive funding payments on time and help your projects and mobilities to run smoothly.Read more
Support guides now available for Turing Scheme 2023 to 2024
Beneficiaries of 2023 to 2024 Turing Scheme funding can now access a range of guides and supporting videosRead more
More disadvantaged participants to benefit from 2023 to 2024 Turing Scheme funding
More than 40,000 students, learners and pupils across the UK set to study or work in over 160 destinations across the world during next academic year.Read more