Study Abroad

Study Abroad


General Information


In conjunction with Woodsworth College, the department makes SPA two summer courses available in Seville, Spain. With the city of Seville serving as the classroom, this program offers courses designed to introduce students to Hispanic culture and the Spanish language. The program will be organized and taught by CINECU (Centro Internacional de Estudios Culturales) which is located within EUSA (Estudios Universitarios y Superiores de Andalucía), a private school that has been affiliated with the University of Seville since 1996. Interested students should contact the Professional and International Programs, Woodsworth College at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the Summer Abroad website at


This four-week program in July provides a unique opportunity for students to experience the language, culture and history of Portugal in one of the most vibrant and safest cities in Europe. Portuguese is spoken by about 250 million people, making it the fifth most spoken language in the world. Whether students have studied another Latin language, want to practise their Portuguese language skills or want to learn a new language altogether, this language course is tailored to meet students’ specific learning objectives. The program is taught by the Instituto de Cultura e Língua Portuguesa (ICLP), a branch of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Lisbon, which is located in downtown Lisbon. For details, visit

Summer Abroad

Study Abroad - International Exchange - General Information

  • The World Could Be Yours!
    • Arts & Science students in all departments are encouraged to participate in the international and Canadian exchanges offered through the International Student Exchange Office. These exchanges allow you to experience new cultures and languages in an academic setting while earning credits towards your U of T degree. Exchanges may be for one term or a full year, and most are open to both undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Cost
    • The cost of an exchange includes your U of T tuition plus incidental fees, along with the cost of living and studying abroad. While on exchange, you are still eligible to receive government assistance such as OSAP. There are also many specific scholarships and bursaries run by various U of T offices, and the ISXO itself administers a needs-based bursary program; for exchange students who qualify, this bursary will usually cover at least the cost of airfare.
  • Eligibility
    • In general, undergraduate or graduate U of T students who have completed at least one year of full-time studies, with a minimum CGPA of 2.0, are eligible to apply. You must also achieve a minimum annual GPA of 2.5 for the year during which you apply. In addition, some exchange programs have special language requirements.
  • Destinations
    • Arts & Science students may choose from over 70 universities in: Australia, Austria, Canada, Chile, the Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Estonia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, and the West Indies.
    • Please check the CIE Website for an up-to-date list of listing of our exchange partners.
  • Application
    • Applications for most programs are due by mid January, but you should always check with the ISXO about the specific exchange(s) that interest you.
  • Courses
    • We offer the following courses in our Seville study abroad program:
    • SPA100Y - Spanish for Beginners
    • SPA255Y - Hispanic Culture

    • We offer the following courses in our Lisbon study abroad program:
    • PRT100H + PRT120H
    • PRT220H + PRT219H
    • PRT320Y

For more information, please contact the CIE: Koffler Student Services Centre
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Phone: (+1) 416-946-2564
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