Complete a UofT credit overseas in 3-6 weeks!

The Summer Abroad programs are designed to enrich students’ academic lives by providing an exciting and educational international experience. Students complete full-year University of Toronto undergraduate degree credit courses from the Faculty of Arts & Science that are relevant to each location. Relatively small classes (about 25 students on average) are taught by University of Toronto professors or faculty from the host university. All classes, with the exception of language courses, are taught in English.

Announcements

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN!

Over 40 courses are being offered in 20 locations next summer! Learn more about the programs (program and course descriptions, costs, course outlines, etc.) and view our online brochure.

All applications are now open. The deadline for all programs AND awards offered through Woodsworth College is February 1, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.

Questions? Contact us or book at an appointment with a Summer Abroad Advisor.

SUMMER ABROAD INFORMATION SESSIONS

In January, at the UofT St. George campus, there will be a separate information session for each program being offered in summer 2019. These sessions provide an excellent opportunity to hear from instructors and previous participants, and ask detailed questions about the particular program that interests you.

Summer Abroad will also host general information sessions and drop-in advising at UTM and UTSC in early January.

2018 Summer Abroad Reunion

The buzz of excitement could be heard echoing down the corridor leading to Hart House’s Great Hall on Thursday night. An almost palpable energy radiating from the hundreds of students gathered to reconnect with one another, now almost one month into the school year. Name tags. Photo booth. Finger sandwiches. This is the Summer Abroad Reunion.

U of T team contributes to earliest evidence of winemaking

The 2017 Summer Abroad Program in Georgia (NMC261Y0) took part in incredible research that uncovered the oldest evidence of winemaking on the planet. Read this article for further details!