International experience can help your student build confidence and expand their comfort zone, learn to manage the challenges of a global workplace
and connect with people from different cultures.
There are lots of options of varying lengths and times (a week, a term, a summer), so look into exchanges, summer abroad, research opportunities
and more. Transfer credits can be pre-approved, many programs are offered in English and there are bursaries and scholarships available. Deadlines are
in the early fall, so start getting researching your student’s options now!
Research around the world
Many of U of T’s international partners offer the opportunity to do a research project or lab work under a professor, for credit, as a part of a regular exchange program – for a semester, a summer or a year. Your student should Consider doing one of their courses abroad as a research project!
Grad school exploration
Thinking about applying to grad school? Look at the programs that interest your student and outline their goals. Applications are often due in early fall, so consider their options now!
After graduation, your student can still access resources for career development. Alumni have access to Career Services up to two years after graduation and every new U of T graduate will receive a $750 credit toward a course at the School of Continuing Studies!