Launched in Fall 2014, Humber’s innovative new Global Citizenship Certificate (GCC) prepares students for engaged living in a culturally diverse and rapidly changing world. Through a combination of academic courses, travel experiences and extra-curricular activities, you will gain a highly valued global perspective, deepen your understanding of human diversity, interconnectedness, and cultural complexity and enhance your sense of personal and community responsibility.
Global experience is invaluable in today’s interconnected world. Each year close to 300 Humber students go abroad for an enriching study and work experience. You can too! Whether you are just starting to research your options, or actively preparing for departure, here you will find information and resources to guide you through every step of the way!
Click on the map to find out where Humber students and faculty are and have been!
Complete your field placement hours abroad by participating in a faculty-led group trip!
Placement Abroad opportunities are typically offered in May or June each year. Details for 2018 trips will be announced in Fall 2017. Keep an eye on our website and follow us Facebook and Twitter for updates!
Humber graduates will be considered for direct admission into the Master of Criminology and Criminal Justice program provided that all academic and other entry requirements of the Master's degree program are met.
Humber graduates with an overall GPA of 70 per cent or more will be considered for admission to Humber’s Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree program in over 25 educational institutitions.
Humber graduates with a B average (3.0 GPA) or higher will be eligible to receive up to 45 transfer credits toward a four-year Bachelor of Social Work in over 25 educational institutitions.