Spend a Summer, a Semester, or a Year Abroad
Religion students may study abroad either through an exchange offered by Carleton’s International Student Services Office, or by enrolling in RELI 3850 Topics in the Study of Religion Abroad.
Carleton’s International Student Services Office (ISSO) offers a full range of exchange programs
Students can spend one or two semesters studying abroad on an exchange through Carleton’s International Student Services Office, normally transferring their credits back into their Carleton Religion degree.
The International Student Services Office administers the Student Exchange Program, which provides Carleton undergraduate and graduate students with an opportunity to go abroad for a fall term, winter term, or full year (fall and winter terms). The ISSO will continue to monitor the public health and travel landscapes, and while we will be accepting applications for the 2021/2022 exchange program, a final decision on how we will proceed for Fall 2021 will not be made until June 2021.
Students interested in participating in the exchange program are encouraged to attend any one of our information sessions offered from October to December. They will all be offered virtually on Microsoft Teams and students are asked to register on the ISSO Events page.
More details about the Student Exchange Program is available online at carleton.ca/myexchange/.
RELI 3850 Topics in the Study of Religion Abroad
This travel course explores religion in its historical and/or contemporary contexts in a particular geographic locale. Travel destinations, religious traditions studied, course content, and themes vary from year to year.
For more information see the Calendar Entry.
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