Your chance to “Rethink Your Classroom” starts here!
Study abroad experiences help students develop intercultural and second language competencies – skills in demand by a growing number of employers. Experiences in another culture broaden consciousness in a way that textbooks can’t and contribute to a greater understanding of the world’s cultures, politics and geography.
Dental Hygiene Field School Blog
On May 5, 2014, a group of Dental Hygiene students travelled to Mexico as part of a Field School program to promote oral health in the community. Read about their experience.
What students are saying...
"Although working at the hospital was at times quite challenging, it was without question an invaluable opportunity. Steps have been made in the direction of becoming a better clinician; I am for example, considerably more confident in my clinical abilities and this is a big personal accomplishment."
~ Sarah Potvin, 2013 Mexico Field School participant.
Interested in hearing it directly from the students? The Study Abroad Blog is full of stories of exchange students here, and from around the world.
If you are an international student coming to Camosun as an exchange student from one of our partner institutions, please see our incoming exchange information.
With the support of The Irving K. Barber BC Scholarship Society and the Victoria Foundation, we are able to offer the following scholarships to support outgoing study abroad students.
Please submit your application to Camosun International (Lansdowne Campus - Dawson Building Room 201). The scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis to students who meet the eligibility criteria.
Pacific Horizons $1000 each
To be eligible for this scholarship, your program abroad must be an experiential learning opportunity that is typically less than 4 months in length, involving language acquisition and/or cultural training. (It is not necessary for the program to carry academic credit.)
One World $1000-$3500 each
To be eligible for this scholarship, your program abroad must be a formal part of your credential program at your home institution OR carry academic credit recognized by your home institution. The program must be a minimum of 3 weeks in length.