Learning beyond the classroom

University is a great time to experience other cultures, expand your world view and build a resumé for your future career.

The U of M gives you the chance to see the world while building relevant skills beyond the classroom. You can expect to have fun, have opportunities to meet and work with new people, and perhaps even travel to exotic places. And you'll develop the skills that employers want. Leadership, service learning, study abroad & student exchanges, and volunteering represent four broad areas forlearning beyond the classroom. Explore these links to find some of the opportunities available across campus.

Leadership
Student Life
Peers: Students Helping Students

Service learning, study abroad & student exchanges
Student Life
International Centre for Students
World W.I.S.E

 

Volunteering
Peers: Students Helping Students
Student Accessibility Services - Volunteer Notetakers
Orientation

Research and Co-op placements
Undergraduate Research Award
Co-op and Career Services

2014

Ecuador
Ecuador Service-Learning Experience

Tanzania

Changing the Way We See Things: A Student to Student Dialogue on Gender, Human Rights and Health


Join four U of M students on their journey in Tanzania.

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Join five U of M students during their travels in Bangladesh and keep up with their experiences and adventures through their blogs!