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Vic International Internships

  • Provides funding for students to travel, learn and gain professional experiences internationally in the context of credit courses
  • Eligible courses must involve an international experiential learning component
  • Experiential learning activities include internships and other work-integrated placements, research experiences, and fieldwork
  • Domestic Vic students in any field or program of study are eligible, as well as domestic students studying in a Vic Academic Program
Why Vic International Internships?
  • Access financial support to travel and learn in countries around the world
  • Expand your horizons, broaden your worldview and experience new cultures
  • Make invaluable connections and build a global network
  • Work in the field and see firsthand how industries around the world operate
  • Develop intercultural & global professional skills essential for the labour market
  • Boost your resume and bring a global perspective to employment opportunities

Examples of Vic International Internships
  • Education & Society
    • 16-week teaching placements at Beijing Foreign Languages School
      in Beijing, China
    • 6-week teaching placements at Branksome Hall Asia in South Korea
  • Material Culture & Semiotics
    • 6-week placements in museums, galleries, or cultural institutions in Israel
  • Cross Cultural College
    • Short-term summer professional internships in Japan working with Japanese companies
  • U of T courses
    • There are many U of T courses that involve internships, professional placements, field-work or research around the world
How to apply

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Applications must be submitted 6 weeks prior to the departure date of your international experiential learning opportunity.

 

Apply here
Explore list of international opportunities

There are many different types of opportunities available around the world and throughout the academic year. Consider the timeline, destination and your academic and professional goals when making your selection. Note that in order to be eligible for Vic International Internship funding, your course must include an international experiential learning component in it.

All learning abroad opportunities

International experiential learning programs

Complete Vic International Internship application form

Submit the form at least 6 weeks prior to your international departure date

Apply here

Receive your personalized funding package

You will also receive all additional information needed before your departure

    This project is funded by Global Skills Opportunity, the Government of Canada’s outbound mobility pilot program