Research Funding Through Arts & Science International Programs
- The Research Excursions Program (REP 398H/Y Courses) gives small groups of second- and third-year students the opportunity to contribute to faculty research in an off-campus setting, in Canada or abroad. These group projects are based on experiential learning and are supervised by an A&S faculty member.
- The Dean’s International/Indigenous Initiatives Fund (DIIF) supports the development of new and creative international activities in areas of need not already addressed by existing programming. The goal is to provide a broad range of international and Indigenous opportunities for A&S students.
Visit our Apply for International Programs page for more A&S international-related programs.
Student Exchange Partners
If you are interested in including student exchange in your international research with colleagues at another university, we may have agreements in place to facilitate this process. Please see the list of our current student exchange partners.
If you are planning to be on leave, you may be interested in the following faculty exchange opportunities:
- Faculty Exchange Opportunity, University of Siena
- German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
- Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute
- Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
International Field Courses
International field courses enable students to conduct independent research in unique settings that can't be replicated in Canada. Many A&S academic units offer field courses for their undergraduates on a regular basis.
Consult your chair or program director to find out how field courses are developed in your unit. You can also contact us to discuss your ideas about developing international field courses.
Learn more about research partnerships at the University of Toronto.