Humber’s Semester Abroad Exchange Program is your opportunity to experience the world and gain valuable personal and professional skills while receiving Humber credit!
Spend one to two semesters at an academic institution abroad while earning credit toward your program at Humber! Semester abroad, or exchange, is your chance to try something new, be ahead of the curve, and add global experience to your program before graduation. Semester exchanges are set up between Humber and an academic institution we are partnered with.
Deadline to Apply: March 13, 2022
Watch the video to hear Humber students talk about the benefits of spending a semester abroad.
Tuesday, March 1 @ 4:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Thursday, March 3 @ 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
Please note, if you cannot attend these sessions, you can indicate on the form that you would like to receive a link to the recording.
“As a Community Development student, my goal is to understand and hopefully work with different communities in Canada and abroad. The semester exchange benefited me both academically and professionally.
I got to meet students who are very passionate about their involvement in helping other students at Munster Technological University, such as the LGBT community and the mature students society. The International Office, as well as my lecturers, supported me during the entire semester, ensuring that I have everything that I needed for the remote learning during the first two months of the pandemic."
Bachelor of Community Development, Faculty of Social & Community Services
You pay your regular tuition and fees to Humber, and are not subject to international student fees at the partner school! Since you remain a Humber student while you are abroad, you may be eligible for OSAP as well.
We really want students to take advantage of this amazing experience; in fact, we even have a Global Learning Bursary of up to $2,500! All students are invited to apply for the bursary upon nomination to their summer program and almost every student will receive funding toward their experience based on the length of your program and financial need.
Funding is made possible in part to by Global Skills Opportunity, the Government of Canada’s Outbound Student Mobility Pilot Program. For eligible students — specifically Indigenous students, students from low-income backgrounds and those with disabilities, additional funding is available for your experience.
To be nominated for the Semester Abroad, you must be:
If you meet the above criteria, keep reading for more information on how to apply!
Deadline to Apply: March 13, 2022
Exchanges are open to degree or advanced diploma students, but the Academic Institution available to you and the courses you can take abroad will depend on your program of study. Schedule an appointment to meet with your International Faculty Coordinator responsible for your academic faculty to explore the study options available specifically for your program.
You can find the online application form here. This link includes detailed instructions on the application process, guidelines to writing a Letter of Intent, Terms and Conditions and the Application Form. You will be asked to write a Letter of Intent of approx. 500 – 750 words. You will also be asked to upload your Unofficial Transcript from MyHumber, and upload a copy of your passport, if applicable.
The Humber Global team will review your application and letter of intent, and invite you to attend an interview. The purpose of the interview is for our team to get to know you and to understand your reasons for studying abroad. Please review your Study Plan and Letter of Intent prior to coming to the interview.
All successful candidates nominated for a Semester Abroad will receive a notification of recommendation at the end of April. This notification will list the host institution you have been recommended to and information regarding next steps which will include (but are not limited to):