Dean’s International & Indigenous Initiatives Fund (DIIIF)

The Dean’s International & Indigenous Initiatives Fund (DIIIF) supports new and creative international activities in areas of need not already addressed by existing programming (Research Excursions Program, International/Indigenous Course Modules, and the Undergraduate Research Fund). The goal of DIIIF is to leverage Faculty resources to provide a broad range of international opportunities for Arts & […]

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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 […]

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UTSC Management Coop

UTSC Management Coop is an enriched Program that combines academic studies with work experience in public and private enterprises. Depending on their interests and abilities, students work in areas such as accounting, public administration, auditing, communications, economic development, finance, human resources/personnel, information systems, marketing, policy and strategic planning. […]

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Undergraduate Research Fund (URF)

The Undergraduate Research Fund fosters research experience at the undergraduate level by providing students with an opportunity to develop a research project of their own, for which there is no other available funding. This opportunity is specifically research based and can be conducted abroad. The Fund is to be used for research initiated by students, […]

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The Study Elsewhere of Less Commonly Taught (SELECT) Languages Fund

The SELECT Languages Program contributes funding towards graduate students requiring a good working knowledge of a language not regularly taught at U of T, for the purposes of their research, the opportunity to do so by studying that language at another institution. Funds are awarded to individual graduate students through a competitive process overseen by […]

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PEY Co-op Program

The¬†PEY Co-op Program¬†provides students with 12-16 month work term opportunities where they can apply their knowledge in a professional environment. Often in project-based and innovative settings, students gain experience, skills, and knowledge that is vital to their ongoing career development. […]

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