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Applications for International Programs 2018-19

The Faculty of Arts & Science encourages as many students as possible to undertake a significant, academic-related international experience during their academic careers. Providing a wide range of opportunities to participate in such experiences is a Faculty priority and funding is allocated for a number of A&S programs. International opportunities include partnerships developed with Indigenous nations.

To allow as much planning time as possible, the table below summarizes requests for proposals for A&S international-related programs.  

& Application Details

Application Date Due
Eligible to Apply
Application  Format Purpose
Dean's International/Indigenous Initiatives Fund (DIIIF)

March 22.
A&S faculty, graduate &

4-5 page application form Expand international opportunities for students through funding for activities not currently available through other programs
Research Excursion Program (REP 398H/Y Courses) Nov. 16
A&S faculty  only
4-5 page application form Students to contribute to faculty research in an
off-campus setting.
Research in Israel Program: Arts & Science 
Canadian Friends of Hebrew University Fund
 and Andrea and Charles Bronfman Student Awards in Israeli Studies 
March 22 A&S faculty, 
undergraduate & graduate
4-5 page application form

Support student-based partnership activities involving Hebrew University.
Undergraduate Research Fund Nov. 23 & Feb. 22 A&S undergraduate students 5 page application form Supports student research related to student's degree.
SELECT Languages for Research Purposes Jan. 18 Graduate Students 4-8 page proposal  Study of languages not regularly taught at U of T.
Summer Abroad Courses (Summer 2020) Mar. 15 U of T faculty only 4 page application Teach a U of T course overseas.
International/Indigenous Course Module (ICM) Program Mar. 22 A&S faculty & undergraduate students 4-5 page application form Incorporate an international or Indigenous related module into an existing undergraduate course.