Study Abroad (Queen's Formal Exchange) and BISC
As a Queen's student you have a number of exciting opportunities to expand your educational experience by participating in a Queen's Formal Exchange at another educational institution, either in Canada or in another country, or by studying at the Bader International Study Centre (BISC) located in East Sussex, England.
The following programs are designed to supplement, not replace, a student's resources and family contributions in financing their studies on either a Queen's Formal Exchange or at the BISC. Generally students explore a variety of financial assistance options to fund their study abroad experience. Although some of the following programs are specifically for students participating in a Queen's Formal Exchange or studying at the BISC, others are open to all registered Queen's students.
- Exchange Bursary and Scholarships (Queen's Formal Exchange)
- Bursaries for studies at the BISC
- Government Student Assistance (e.g. OSAP)
- Student Line of Credit
Exchange/Study Abroad: For more information regarding A Queen's Formal Exchange/study abroad experience please contact your faculty office.
Bader International Study Centre: For information about BISC see their website.
The Prince Takamado Visiting Student Scholarship: The Prince Takamado Visiting Student Scholarship at Queen's University is awarded to a second or third-year student of Japanese nationality (citizen) who is currently enrolled in a Japanese university, and who will study at Queen's University on a Letter of Permission from their home university.