1. Study Abroad
  2. Summer and Short-term Programs
  3. Internship Programs
  4. Other International Opportunities
    1. MyWorldAbroad
    2. Mobility Opportunities Through Carleton International

Looking to have a unique opportunity to travel that will enhance your university experience? Listed below are international opportunities available to Carleton students to study, intern, research, volunteer, and more.

Study Abroad

Carleton University Degree or Certificate students may study abroad at any accredited international university on a Letter of Permission (LOP). Study Abroad students have to pay tuition fees to the host institution. You will need approval from the Registrar’s Office for each course that you wish to take.

Please Note: Students wishing to study at one of Carleton University’s exchange partner institutions are required to apply through the formal exchange process and study during the fall and/or winter terms.

For additional information please visit the Registrar’s Office website and review the Letter of Permission Guide (39KB, PDF) for further information about eligibility.

Summer and Short-term Programs

Carleton University offers various summer and short-term programs for Carleton students who are interested in studying or performing research at one of our partner institutions for a number of weeks in the summer term.

These opportunities include:

Internship Programs

International Internship Program is administered by Career Services and it provides an opportunity to work internationally for academic credit, and is typically unpaid. Internships are an excellent way to gain real-world work experience, develop contacts in your field and build your resume to market yourself for future career opportunities. Virtual internships are currently available!

For more information visit this Career Services website.

Other International Opportunities

MyWorldAbroad

MyWorldAbroad is an extensive resource for students seeking to maximize the career value of their time abroad or find work after graduation. The site is packed with 4,000 searchable resources, 300 expert articles, inspiring student stories, and much more. Your subscription is supported by Career Services and the International Student Services Office.

For more information or to register for free, please visit the MyWorldAbroad page.

Mobility Opportunities Through Carleton International

Student mobility is an exciting opportunity for young scholars to expand their research and enrich their degree by working with experts abroad. Carleton International invites students at various levels to explore the programs offered for both Carleton members and international visitors to conduct short research visits.

For more information, please visit the Carleton International website.