Enrich your academic experience with an exciting and educational international experience
- Full-year University of Toronto undergraduate degree credit courses from the Faculty of Arts & Science.
- Courses that are relevant to each destination.
- Small classes of about 25 students taught by University of Toronto professors or faculty from the host university.
- All classes taught in English (except language courses).
Why Summer Abroad?
There are many of reasons why you should consider incorporating an international experience into your degree. This section highlights some of the benefits of how a Summer Abroad program can enrich your education!
Book an Appointment
Can’t make it to one of our information sessions, or have questions about a specific program? Feel free to set up an appointment to speak with one of our friendly Summer Abroad advisors!
Information Sessions & Webinars
Information sessions provide an excellent opportunity to learn about the programs from faculty, staff and previous participants.
Donate to Summer Abroad Awards
Thank you to donors who have generously provided scholarships and bursaries to support the students in what is more often said to be a once in a life-time experience.Some of these individuals are: Dr. Stanley Ho, Drs. Doris & Sam Lau, Dr. Rose Patten, Professor John Browne, Mr. Ed Kress and the Brookfield Bronfman Partners Foundation and Ms Antoinette de Jager. Please click on the link to make your donation and scroll down to the Summer Abroad Program Awards.
Introducing: The Summery e-Newsletter!
This monthly newsletter will offer you a chance to provide an opportunity to learn from our professors and past-participants, read more about the innovative courses and programs, keep up to date with upcoming programs and events and to stay connected with the Summer Abroad community.
Stay up to date on news and events from Summer Abroad!
Acknowledgement of Traditional Land
We wish to acknowledge this land on which the University of Toronto operates. For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and the Mississaugas of the Credit. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.