Vic International: Work-Integrated Learning Abroad

“Vic International: Work-Integrated Learning Abroad” expands access to international internships in non-traditional countries and for students in underrepresented groups. To diversify destination countries, Victoria University will build on its existing work-integrated learning courses and partners: the Cross Cultural College (Japan); the Education & Society Internship (China and South Korea); and a new Material Culture & Semiotics internship module in Israel. In order to widen access and remove barriers to participation, students in target groups will be able to use GSO funding flexibly for international work-integrated learning in these programs as well as any other approved University of Toronto academic program.

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