Field Schools

Field Schools are short-term study abroad programs with long-lasting memories. Taught and led by Camosun faculty, you will study and travel with a group of students for up to six weeks. Field Schools change every academic year.

The skyline and mountains of Morioka Japan.

2024 Field Schools

Morioka - Language and Culture


Most field schools leave in May or June


Prices range depending on the length and location of the field school. Non-Canadian passport travellers may be subject to additional visa fees.

Student loans may be available to Canadian citizens or Permanent Residents who are normally eligible. Contact Financial Aid directly.

Scholarships are available.

  • Included: Most Field School fees include flights, accommodation (might be rustic), travel medical insurance, visa fees, and operational costs. Meals may be included, depending on the program. Visit each Field School website for details.
  • Not included: Tuition, Camosun College Student Society fees, personal expenses, course texts and materials, immunizations, vaccinations, and medications, passport fees or photos for visa.

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must be nineteen or older before departure and be in good academic standing. Qualified students from institutions other than Camosun College are eligible to participate but must gain admission to Camosun College. Please contact Study Abroad for more information.

Further Travel

You can travel on your own after the field school has ended. Students can make their own arrangements with our travel agent to change their flights and allow themselves time to travel after the field school program has concluded. Any changes made to the original travel arrangements will be made at the student's personal expense.

Pre-Departure Orientation

All outgoing study abroad students must complete the Pre-Departure Orientation.

- Jade Elidoros, 2019 New Zealand Field School

Field School 2024

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