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These two to three week trips are packed with cultural exploration and experiential learning.

The faculty led program abroad provides students the opportunity to gain meaningful experiential learning or applied research experience abroad. These trips are generally two to three weeks in length and are developed in collaboration with academic or community partners. Traveling as a group with faculty leaders enables students to apply their learning to global settings while building an international network. Over 100 FSCS students have traveled abroad to Jamaica, Peru, China, United Kingdom, Tanzania and Costa Rica on faculty-led trips.

Keep in mind that you may be eligible to receive an International Mobility/Study Abroad bursary from Humber to support your travel expenses!

To learn more about these opportunities, how to apply, and available bursaries, please contact the FSCS Global Learning Team:

2020 Faculy Led Programs Abroad



April 19 to May 2, 2020. Led by faculty members Linda Hill and Julie Muravsky, and in collaboration with partners at University College Lillebaelt, participants will attend a social work conference hosted by SocNet98.

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Jamaica - Youth & Criminal Justice Stream

May 19 to 31, 2020. In collaboration with the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES), students will explore criminal justice in Jamaica.

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Jamaica - Human & Developmental Services Stream

May 10 to 24, 2020. Details coming soon!

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Past Student Experiences


In collaboration with SALISES at University of West Indies – Mona Campus in May 2019 and with LEAD Outreach Initiative in May 2018 students traveled to Kingston, Jamaica.

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In collaboration with Cross Cultural Solutions, students traveled to Lima, Peru for two weeks in both May 2018 and May 2019.

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In collaboration with the Nanjing Forest Police College, students traveled to Shanghai and Nanjing, China for 11 days in March 2018.

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United Kingdom

In collaboration with the University of Gloucestershire, students traveled to the United Kingdom for 11 days in both June 2016 and June 2018.

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In collaboration with Cross Cultural Solutions, students traveled to Tanzania for three weeks in May 2017.

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Costa Rica

In collaboration with Cross Cultural Solutions, students traveled to Costa Rica for two weeks in May 2016.

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In collaboration with Cross Cultural Solutions, students traveled to Guatemala for two weeks in May 2015.

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