Leaving footprints in an incredible part of the world
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We are living in a global world – be a part of it.
Global opportunities let you explore the world during your time at Seneca. Participating in a global opportunity will expose you to different cultures and perspectives, help you gain new skills to be successful in a globally connected world and allow you to discover things about yourself you never knew. You will walk away from the experience feeling more confident about yourself and more aware of the world around you. In addition, you will add value to your academic experience and increase your employability.
No matter where you go, or for how long you are away, the experience will shape you and how you see the world. From a summer program, a semester exchange or an international work experience, explore your various options to discover the world.
The International Mobility Office supports students who are interested in going on a global opportunity during their studies at Seneca. To learn more about how you can go abroad, email us at email@example.com or sign up for our next information session.
Learn more about how to apply, available funding and credit transfer options.
Connect online with students and faculty from our international partner institutions in various webinars, series and projects.
Take your learning to another country without adding more time to your Seneca program. Study abroad for one semester while exploring a new culture and making friends from around the world.
Interested in learning a new language or taking an intensive summer course? Experience a summer like no other by participating in a summer academic program.
Participate in a long tradition of faculty leading global education opportunities. Go abroad under the watchful eyes of a Seneca faculty.
Have you finished your studies at Seneca and interested in pursuing further education overseas? Explore your options.
Gain a competitive edge by completing your work experience abroad.
Students from other international institutions can come to Seneca and earn academic credits.