International/Indigenous Course Module (IICM)

The International/Indigenous Course Module (ICM) program provides an opportunity for the incorporation of an intensive international or Indigenous experiential module into the framework of existing undergraduate courses. ICMs usually take place over the November or February Reading Week, but an ICM can also take place in May for non-graduating students. ICMs are designed to enhance students’ classroom learning through the application of course content to relevant settings and communities around the globe.

Applications are welcome from faculty in the Faculty of Arts and Science (St. George). All proposals must include the on-site participation of a faculty member with a continuous undergraduate appointment to the Faculty of Arts & Science (St. George). Courses with an approved ICM are highlighted on the Current Students webpage and in the FAS Calendar so that students are aware when making course selections.


Country(ies): Multiple destinations
City: Multiple destinations
Institution: Other


Accepting Applications: Yes
Timeline: Fall/Winter
Run By: Other U of T Department
For Credit: Yes


Language of Study: English, Various
Level of Study: Undergrad
Subjects Available at Host: All, Arts and Science
Program Type: Study
Tuition & Incidentals: Paid to UofT
Program Fees: No fees
Funding: All expenses related to the actual ICM would be covered by Faculty of Arts&Science. Students may be asked to contribute financially towards the ICM, but amounts are capped at $200.00.


Schools/Faculties: Arts and Science (St. George)
Requirements: GPA of 1.5 and above, graduating students cannot sign up for a Summer ICM. ICMs must be supervised by a faculty member at all times. Students must not have already received funding for another FAS International Opportunity (some exceptions apply). Please contact directly if any questions.