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Out Front: Supporting Outbound Student Mobility
King’s University College is committed to internationalization and intercultural learning. King’s has exchange agreements with over 50 universities in 25 countries. Through King’s University College partnerships, students have studied in China, Japan, UK, France, Germany, South Korea, Brazil, Australia and other countries. Students can study for a term or an academic year while earning academic credits towards their degree and paying your tuition to King’s. They can also participate in summer programs.Studying abroad benefits students academically, professionally and personally.
International Exchange Information Sessions
These sessions will be held in KC 119 at the following dates and times:
- Thursday, October 20, 2022 11:00-12:00pm
- Thursday, November 17, 2022 2:00-3:00pm
- Tuesday, January 10, 2023 11:00-12:00pm
- Thursday, March 02, 2023 2:00-3:00pm (this session will focus particularly on summer programs)
Through international experience students are able to more fully develop their problem solving skills, applying educational curricula in a real world environment and gaining first-hand exposure to the culture, language, economy and history of another country.
Students are able to initiate and expand professional contacts, and work in new environments while benefiting from practical international experience.
Students often return to their home country with increased self-confidence, maturity, tolerance and an understanding of the world in which they live.
Students have the opportunity to become more culturally sensitive and accepting through intercultural exposure. This is further strengthened by programs which offer students the opportunity to develop their foreign language skills.
Western International’s new certificate program recognizes students’ global and intercultural experience in both academic and extracurricular activities at King's, Western, in the community, elsewhere in Canada, or in another country. Students accumulate points and attend an intercultural workshop. Once completed, the Honor will appear on your Official Academic Record and complement your Western degree with an added intercultural and global element. Learn more...
- All students must be registered as a full -time student while on exchange.
- Must have a minimum cumulative average of 70%
- Exchange is recommended in the third year of studies
- Students will be evaluated on the basis of their exchange application form, transcript, and Academic Counsellor’s reference.
- Students must complete a course approvals form prior to going on exchange
- Students must complete pre-departure training prior to going abroad
You may be eligible for the International Study Award and other awards:
Exchange Program Financing
As a King’s student, you also have access to exchange programs and international opportunities offered through Western and affiliate colleges. For information on Western’s exchange programs, summer programs, internship and volunteer opportunities, please check here.
All students travelling abroad should also be aware of the Safety Abroad and consult the recommended resources.
Review the King's Safety Abroad Risk Management Policy
King's holds pre-departure sessions to prepare students for going abroad. The pre-departure session is held in March for students going abroad in the Fall term and in October for those going abroad in the Winter term..