The Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education is committed to providing students with a dynamic and memorable undergraduate experience. Some of the most valuable learning happens beyond our walls, and we encourage all students to take advantage of the many international education opportunities available through the undergraduate program.
Learning Abroad Options
Learning Abroad options are available at several Canadian and international universities. Popular destinations include, but are not limited to:
- Chinese University of Hong Kong (CHINA)
- Loughborough University (UK)
- University of Auckland (NEW ZEALAND)
- University of Edinburgh (SCOTLAND)
- University of Otago (NEW ZEALAND)
- University of Queensland (AUSTRALIA)
- University of Sydney (AUSTRALIA)
A full listing of available destinations can be found at the Learning Abroad website.
Early planning is required for a successful learning abroad experience and financial assistance is available for students who have financial need. Please contact the staff in the Undergraduate Program Office or the Learning Abroad Team for information and assistance.
University of Toronto Summer Abroad
The Summer Abroad program offers U of T students the chance to complete a full-year Arts & Science credit overseas in 4-6 weeks. For more information, please visit the University of Toronto Summer Abroad website.
Learning Abroad Team
The Learning Abroad Team at U of T also offers information about other internship and research opportunities abroad. For more information, visit the Learning Abroad website.
Tsukuba Summer Institute
The Tsukuba Summer Institute (TSI) is a week-long international seminar/workshop for undergraduate and graduate students in physical education and sport sciences. It is held at the University of Tsukuba in Ibaraki, Japan, approximately one hour northeast of Tokyo. Please review the information at 2017 TSI Announcement and check back for information on the 2018 program as it becomes available.
The deadline to apply for the 2018 Tsukuba Summer Institute and to be considered for scholarship funding by the University of Tsukuba will be announced once the information becomes available. Interested students should contact Professor Catherine Amara or Dr. Guido Geisler.
The Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education is not able to provide funding to support applicants for this program.