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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

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

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Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.