Exchange

Return often turbulent

Home isn’t so sweet when you’re coming back to -20 degree weather.Continue...

All abroad

While Queen’s reaches out to the wider world, the wider world is coming to its front doors.Continue...

Exchange fears not worth tears

Queen’s boasts an impressive array of countries in its list of exchange programs. The 54 destinations range from more conventional choices, like Scotland and France, to newer programs, like the Ontario-Maharashtra-Goa exchange to India. This past winter, I travelled to the University of Pune in western India with this program.Continue...

Motioning for a more global Queen's

How will the world look in 2050? Questions such as this one occupy the daily lives of many international relations students and consultants, yet rarely does such forward-thinking shape the one area that will determine the Canadian economy of tomorrow: education.Continue...

Exchange should be an opportunity for everyone

Queen’s has over 220 exchange partners in 55 countries with programs for students in every faculty. Some prospective students choose Queen’s for its breadth of opportunities to study abroad. For others, exchange isn’t a factor—but it should be.Continue...

‘Disappointing’: Queen’s students talk winter exchange

As countries home to exchange schools operate under varying levels of pandemic-related regulations, Queen’s students confront uncertainty in the travel process.Continue...

Preparing for my biggest adventure yet—a semester abroad

It’s been a dream of mine since high school to study abroad.Continue...

Queen’s launches Student Mobility Experiences Project

The Office of the Vice-Provost (International) and the International Programs Office (IPO) are developing a program to help students in equity-deserving groups make more informed decisions about international study opportunities.Continue...

“I need to leave now”: Queen’s exchange students recount coming home

Hailey Rodgers, Comm ’21, had been back from Cambodia just a few days when her exchange university announced that anyone who had left Thailand in the past 10 days must enter quarantine.Continue...

What to expect when not expecting to spend a year abroad in Kingston

After months of waiting for our exchange results, the emails finally entered our inboxes—subject line: “Offer of Exchange.”Continue...

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