Experience the world through Brock. Add an international edge to your degree through an exchange or international program and broaden your horizons.
International Mobility Myths
- The vast majority of opportunities abroad are conducted in English, including courses at our partner universities
- Learning a new language is one of the benefits of participating in an international experience.
- Employers will salute your efforts to adapt to a linguistically challenging environment.
- Many international mobility programs are eligible for additional funding support such as scholarships, bursaries and OSAP.
- Some international mobility programs, such as Exchange, allow you to continue paying your Brock tuition fees (in CAD).
- There are other opportunities where the fees are discounted for Brock students.
- The currency conversion in certain countries is favourable compared to the Canadian dollar, which allows you to travel on a budget.
- Paid internship/co-op opportunities or on-campus jobs may be available.
- You have complete control over your extra expenses such as weekend travel, and meals.
- There are international opportunities open to any student, from any academic department, in any year level.
- You can participate in short-term (one-two weeks) programs that do not directly conflict with Brock’s Fall/Winter academic terms
- Field courses, internships, and academic programs allow you to gain academic credit that can be applied to your Brock degree (as either core credits or electives)
- The soft skills and intercultural experiences gained through international opportunities compliment your academic skills, and are strongly supported by employers.
- You receive advising, and pre-departure training from Brock’s International Mobility office.
- There are opportunities for group travel through Brock, including summer programming, and international field courses.
- You can choose from a variety of destinations, and programs to match your comfort level.