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Getting Started

Study Abroad courses generally run 10-12 days, and are offered every summer term (May – June).

Several information sessions will be held during the Fall 2017 semester. Everyone is welcome to attend!

Please check this page regularly for updates and sign up information.

Standard Eligibility Requirements

All students at UofGH are welcome to apply for any Study Abroad course.

Applicants must meet the admission requirements.  Instructor consent is required.  Note that only complete applications will be considered.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

The cost of all courses will be $2,000 CDN plus tuition for all courses with the exception of Ecuador and Galapagos Islands, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore, which will cost $2,500.

What does my payment cover?

Flight, accommodations, as well as transport and entrance costs associated with required itinerary visits. Food and entertainment are not covered and must be separately funded by the student.

When do I pay?

You do not have to pay all at once. Payment will be collected in three (3) installments. The details and due dates for the three installments are as follows:

Deposits: All courses (except Ecuador and Galapagos Island, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore) Ecuador and Galapagos Island, Japan, New Zealand and Singapore Due Date
1st Deposit $500.00 $500.00 November 14, 2017
2nd Deposit $750.00 $1,000.00 February 7, 2018
3rd (Final) Deposit $750.00 $1,000.00 April 2, 2018
Total $2,000.00 $2,500.00  

Tuition for the course will be due in May. Deposits are generally non-refundable, except where the course is cancelled or you are not admitted into the course.

Is there funding available?

Yes, the University of Guelph-Humber has Study Abroad Travel Grants available. It is highly encouraged for all those who are interested in participating in the 2017 to 2018 Study Abroad program to apply to the study abroad travel grant.

NOTE: Applicants MUST submit a Financial Need Assessment Form to Student Financial Services by October 7, 2017.

What are the prerequisites to get in to the course?

It is up to the instructor leading the course to decide who is admitted. To begin with, students must be in good standing. If there are more applicants than available space, the instructor will consider both the previous academic performance and year of the student. If you are not admitted, your deposit will be returned.

Will I receive academic credit?

Yes, if you successfully complete all the required assignments. Each of the above courses carries 0.5 credits.


Office of Vice-Provost, GH 403
Phone: 416 798 1331 Ext. 6376 or 6294