Outbound students

Julia Bennett, a UVic Geography student, walks with a group of local women in India.
"I kept saying 'I can't believe I'm in class right now,' when we were hiking through a national park, talking to locals in a village, or wandering through a palace. I realized the value of experiential learning opportunities like these. Instead of simply learning about topics, we saw them first-hand and had the opportunity to engage with them."--Geography student Julia Bennett, about a field school in India.

A world of learning awaits you

If you yearn for travel, but feel an equal desire to continue your studies, add an international experience to your degree. From Europe to the South Pacific, from the Far East to the Netherlands, you have many corners of the world from which to choose.

Time abroad can be as educational as any course work. Experiencing a different culture will deepen your understanding of others. And, it's a great way to see the world.

Go global

Want to learn more? Check out the International Opportunities Fair in September to speak with UVic students about their international experiences.