Student exchanges are often seen as an undergraduate opportunity, but the University of Toronto believes its graduate students should have access to as wide a range of international opportunities as its undergraduates. Going abroad can expose you to international research collaborations and networks and add memorable experiences to your graduate career.
For an overview of the international study opportunities available to U of T graduate students, visit the School of Graduate Studies website. It offers a window into a multitude of exchange programs, internship options, and the Joint Educational Placement program, which enables students to earn a doctorate from U of T and a collaborating institution (see overview here).
Examples of faculty-specific offerings include the International Exchange Program at the School of Public Policy (designed for second-year students completing the Master of Public Policy), as well as the Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London (a joint venture between U of T and other premier law schools that draws on academics and students from around the world for the study of transnational legal norms, institutions, and processes). Students registered in professional programs are encouraged to consult their faculties to explore available study abroad options!