INTERNATIONAL Opportunities for Arts & Science students
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond JUBILEE Scholarship
A 3-month, international internship experience organized through universities and NGOs in Commonwealth countries. Learn more.
Research Excursion Program (398/399)
An opportunity for third year Faculty of Arts & Science students to participate in a practical or experiential activity supervised by a faculty member for course credit. Learn more.
Dean's international Initiative fund (DIIF)
Funds for Faculty of Arts and Sciences students for student-initiated international research activities that are distinct from current international programs (including partnerships with international institutions, for instance). Learn more.
Germany Europe fund (GEF)
Funds promote innovative programming, course-based enrichments or research initiatives with a clear German / European component. Learn more.
The Canadian Friends of Hebrew University fund
Funds promote innovative programs, courses or initiatives that support student activities involving Hebrew University; proposals can be student-initiated. Learn more.
International Course Modules
An opportunity to incorporate an intensive international experience module into the framework of existing undergraduate courses; may be proposed by students. Learn more.
Student exchange program
Open to degree-seeking students in the Faculty of Arts and Science. Learn more.
JOINT MINOR WITH THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE (NUS)
The U of T offer Joint Minors (in Nanoscience (CHM), Biology (EEB), Asian Geographies (GGR), and Asian Literatures and Cultures (ENG)) available at the National University of Singapore (NUS); courses offered in English. Learn more.
WOODSworth Summer Abroad Program
Students complete full-year U of T summer courses, taught by U of T professors of faculty from a host university, in locations that are relevant to the course content. Learn more.
Science abroad program
Science courses offered via an institution overseas: 2016 courses included Chemistry in Hungary, Physics in Switzerland, and Human Biology in China or Taiwan. Learn more.
See "Summer Programs" for additional international research opportunities.