GINS 3200, Experiential Learning Abroad

This academic course is an experiential learning opportunity combining service work abroad with classroom instruction on the Carleton campus. Through experiential engagement outside of Canada, together with critical reflection, students will learn about the challenges and rewards of global engagement. Registration for the course is by permission of the department only and requires an application process. Priority will be given to BGInS students, but all undergraduate students who will have third or fourth year standing by the beginning of Summer 2018 will be eligible to apply.

Summer 2018

For the Summer 2018 term, the trip destination being offered is Belize, where students will partner with the organization, CELA Belize.

Details on the theme of the academic theme of the course will follow shortly.

Course Capacity

There are 15-20 spots available in this course.


Estimated program costs as well as details of what is included in costs will follow shortly.

Tuition Fees

Applicable tuition fees for this course will be charged to your Student Account.


Application requirements will follow shortly.

Required Documentation

Students accepted into the course must complete the Carleton travel registry and the applicable forms and documents for GINS 3200.

Note: Only students who have received written confirmation that they have been accepted into the course should submit these forms.

For general inquiries about this course, please contact For all questions related to the International Experience Requirements (for BGInS students only), please contact