UTM Abroad

Explore the world while deepening your learning! 

picture banner of a monument in Rome, desert photo in Peru and a student with an elephant in Thailand.

The University of Toronto Mississauga Abroad Program (UTM Abroad) provides student, staff and faculty with the opportunity to participate in a short term experiential learning opportuntity abroad during the fall or winter break or right after the end of classes in April.

The program is open to all students and consists of two components: UTM Abroad Courses and UTM Abroad Co-Curricular Experiences.

UTM Abroad Courses

Conduct research on environmental sustainability in Mexico, learn about the anthropology of gender in Tanzania, expand your knowledge of Italian Cuisine and the history of Italian food in Italy and much more!

UTM Abroad Courses are regular courses offered at UTM during the academic year with an embedded global experience over the fall/winter break period or during the summer.

These courses offer you a unique opportunity to deepen your understanding of course material by travelling to a location related to the subject matter, while maintaining your normal semester structure.

Click here to learn more about the 2017-18 courses.

UTM Abroad Co-Curricular Experiences

Learn about Fair Trade Coffee in Guatemala, explore traditional medicine and the health care system in Peru, or discover Voluntourism in Thailand!

The UTM Abroad Co-Curricular Experiences allow you to participate in short term international experiences where you travel with intention, engage with communities around the world and have a positive impact on the places you visit. The experiences take place during the fall/winter break or right after the end of classes in April/May and are recognized on the Co-Curricular Record.

2016-17 initiatives include global experiences in Guatemala, Peru, Thailand, Ghana and India. To learn more click here.


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