Tags: Issue 4, June 2021
In Summer 2021, with travel restrictions still in place, virtual study exchange opportunities continue to be offered to Humber students.
Aside from offering students who would normally study abroad, a chance to continue to do so on a different platform (online rather than in-person), virtual student mobility has also opened the doors for students who might not have otherwise been able to study abroad, to have the opportunity to take classes at another institution internationally and enjoy an enriching intercultural experience that might not have been possible for them otherwise.
The virtual study abroad opportunities continue to allow students to develop global citizenship, and meet peers from across disciplines and borders, all while completing their core program courses at Humber.
This summer, Humber students have a range of opportunities to choose from, including courses for Co-Curricular Record (CCR) experience, or for academic elective credit. Students could choose from courses at Kansai Gaidai University in Japan, and Nottingham Trent University in the UK, for CCR. There was also the option of taking a virtual course for academic credit at Otago University in New Zealand, Algebra University in Croatia, and JAMK University in Finland. There are FSCS students enrolled in each of the courses and programs available!