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Exchange and Study Abroad 101

Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 at 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM in Macdonald Hall 001

Every Fall semester the International Programs Office hosts exchange information sessions titled Exchange and Study Abroad 101 that are designed for any student from the Faculty of Arts and Science considering an international study abroad experience in their third year.

On Tuesday, November 13th the International Programs Office will be hosting the fourth of these four sessions. These sessions all have the same content, so please make sure to only attend one in order to leave space for your peers.

These academic sessions will cover the exchange application process, academics at another institution, transfer credits, financial assistance, helpful resources, plus we will also review other study abroad options available to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science!

Please note: seating at this event is first come, first served policy.

The International Programs Office proudly recognizes and follows fire code regulations, students may be turned away at the door. We encourage students who are turned away to attend an alternative session or visit the IPO directly in Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room B206, 68 University Ave, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6, Canada for a peer advising appointment.

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Exchange and Study Abroad 101

Tuesday, November 5th, 2019 at 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM in Kingston Hall 201

Every Fall semester the International Programs Office hosts exchange information sessions titled Exchange and Study Abroad 101 that are designed for any student from the Faculty of Arts and Science considering an international study abroad experience in their third year.

On Tuesday, November 5th the International Programs Office will be hosting the third of these four sessions. These sessions all have the same content, so please make sure to only attend one in order to leave space for your peers.

These academic sessions will cover the exchange application process, academics at another institution, transfer credits, financial assistance, helpful resources, plus we will also review other study abroad options available to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science!

Please note: seating at this event is first come, first served policy.

The International Programs Office proudly recognizes and follows fire code regulations, students may be turned away at the door. We encourage students who are turned away to attend an alternative session or visit the IPO directly in Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room B206, 68 University Ave, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6, Canada for a peer advising appointment.

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Deadline for the Winter KGU CCC Program

Monday, October 28, 2019 at Noon in Mac Corry Hall, Room B206

In an globalizing world and economy the importance of cross-cultural skills and practical work experience is irrefutable. The KGU Global Career Seminar is your chance to internationalize your degree here in Canada.

The Global Career Seminar is scheduled for the February reading week (Monday, February 17, 2020 — Saturday, February 22, 2020).

Seminar participants will travel to Toronto and work with peers from KGU, the University of Toronto and Mount Allison University to solve problems posed to them by leading Japanese business executives. Students engage in online learning sessions in the weeks leading up to the Seminar. This unique Seminar provides students with insight into cross-cultural business relations, tangible experience and an opportunity to network with internationally-minded peers and company representatives from Canada and Japan.

Successful completion of the Seminar will yield a 3.0 credit from KGU which can be transferred to Queen's as a 3.0 academic unit.

For details on this great program held in Toronto over February reading week, read more about the program and the application requirements on our website.

Note: Applicants must have completed two semesters of study at their home university as of January 31, 2020. If you are currently in first year we encourage you to keep this program on your radar as students come back to our office each year and tell us the Global Career Seminar was the experience of a lifetime!

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Exchange and Study Abroad 101

Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM in Kingston Hall 201

Every Fall semester the International Programs Office hosts exchange information sessions titled Exchange and Study Abroad 101 that are designed for any student from the Faculty of Arts and Science considering an international study abroad experience in their third year.

On Wednesday, October 23rd the International Programs Office will be hosting the second of these four sessions. These sessions all have the same content, so please make sure to only attend one in order to leave space for your peers.

These academic sessions will cover the exchange application process, academics at another institution, transfer credits, financial assistance, helpful resources, plus we will also review other study abroad options available to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science!

Please note: seating at this event is first come, first served policy.

The International Programs Office proudly recognizes and follows fire code regulations, students may be turned away at the door. We encourage students who are turned away to attend an alternative session or visit the IPO directly in Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room B206, 68 University Ave, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6, Canada for a peer advising appointment.

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Deadline for the Winter JACAC Student Forum

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 at 4:30 in Mac Corry Hall, Room B206

The JACAC Student Forum is your chance to internationalize your university experience this Winter in Japan.

In this program, senior undergraduate student representatives from member institutions in both Japan and Canada meet and exchange opinions and ideas about a current topic of common interest to students. The host institution alternates between Canada and Japan each year.

Please note this program is not available for transfer credit.

The JACAC Student Forum is scheduled for the February reading week (Friday, February 14, 2020- Saturday, February 22, 2020) and is being hosted at Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka, Japan. The theme of this year’s Student Forum is: “Energy Politics for 21st Century: Searching for the Best Mix”.

For more details about this program held in Japan, read more about the program and the application requirements on the our website. 

Applications are due to the IPO by Monday, October 28th.

 

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Exchange and Study Abroad 101

Monday, October 7, 2019 at 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM in Kingston Hall 201

Every Fall semester the International Programs Office hosts exchange information sessions titled Exchange and Study Abroad 101 that are designed for any student from the Faculty of Arts and Science considering an international study abroad experience in their third year.

On Monday, October 7th the International Programs Office will be hosting the first of these four sessions. These sessions all have the same content, so please make sure to only attend one in order to leave space for your peers.

These academic sessions will cover the exchange application process, academics at another institution, transfer credits, financial assistance, helpful resources, plus we will also review other study abroad options available to students in the Faculty of Arts and Science!

Please note: seating at this event is first come, first served policy.

The International Programs Office proudly recognizes and follows fire code regulations, students may be turned away at the door. We encourage students who are turned away to attend an alternative session or visit the IPO directly in Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room B206, 68 University Ave, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6, Canada for a peer advising appointment.

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Information Session for DEVS 305: a Queen's Course in Havana

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 at 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM in Dunning Hall 14

This is an information session for Global Development Studies (DEVS) 305: Cuban Culture and Society, an interdisciplinary 6.0 unit course. It is open to all qualified students and counts towards degree requirements in FILM, SOCY, LLCU, GNDS, and HIST. 

The Queen's portion of the course begins January 9, 2020. After exams there is a pre-departure session on campus April 27 - May 1st 2020, then the group leaves for two weeks in Havana, hosted by the University of Havana, May 3 - 17 2020.

4th year students can take this course and graduate Spring 2020.

Applications for DEVS 305 are due to the department by October 16th, 2019. Successful applicants will be notified by October 25th.

For more information, visit the Global Development Studies website.

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