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Outgoing Exchange

General Information
Important Dates


Students must:

  • Have a minimum 70% average 
  • Meet financial requirements 
  • Plan to go on exchange in 3rd year (recommended)


  • Note that term dates vary depending on your host institution
  • Generally, prepare for a Fall, Winter, or Full-Year Exchange


Exchange Partners

Information Sessions

Check for regular Exchange Information Sessions around campus, click here

Exchange Info Sheet

Application Phases 


  • Attend an Exchange Information Session
  • Complete the Online Application form and create Huron Application Portal account
  • Submit required documents for Pre-Approval 


  • Upon approval, apply to Host Institution
  • Upload outstanding post-approval/pre-departure documents to the Huron Application Portal

Huron Application Portal 

Each student is required to create a Huron Application Portal account using the application links provided. This Portal will allow you to submit and track your application, along with additional required documents. Once you've started/submitted your application, you can access your account using the Huron Application Portal link below. DO NOT use the application links to log back in.
Huron Application Portal


Huron Exchange Application
(Fall/Winter 2020-21)

This application includes a $50 CAD Application Processing Fee

Application Requirements

Requirements Upon Application Submission:

Post-Approval/Pre-Departure Requirements:

Additional Resources


Application Deadlines

March 15, 2020

  • Deadline to apply for Fall Term 2020.

September 30, 2020

  • Deadline to apply for Winter Term 2021. 



Outgoing Exchange Programs

Huron students have the opportunity to study in another country for one semester or one full year.  The experience of another culture and country is enriching academically, personally and professionally. It is strongly recommended for all students! 

Participating in the exchange program is an excellent way to:

  • Gain a different perspective on your studies
  • Improve your language skills or learn a new language
  • Develop problem-solving and adaptability skills
  • Expand your personal and professional network by meeting faculty, staff, students, and employers outside of your community
  • Develop transferable skills that can be beneficial to your career.
  • Travel and experience different cultures
  • Huron's experiential learning opportunities enabled me to extend my knowledge far beyond what I learned in class. This helped me develop a robust understanding and skillset that I am able to apply to my pursuits of Leadership with Heart.
    Emily Abbott
    History & Political Science
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  • Everything that has happened to me personally and professionally since then has been shaped by the decision to go to Yonsei. Because of my time there, I developed a strong interest in inter-Korean relations and the prospects for Korean unification; I wrote my 4th year thesis on that issue
    Toby Schwartz, Huron Alumna
    Foreign Service Officer, Global Affairs Canada
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Forms for Outgoing Exchange Students

The experience of another culture and country is enriching academically, personally and professionally - it's strongly recommended for all students! Make sure you understand all of the elements you'll need to successfully apply to be a part of this rewarding learning experience. 

After reviewing the following forms, if you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Coordinator, International Student Engagement and she'll be happy to help you get organized for your great adventure!

Course Approval Form
Travel Waiver
Acknowledgement of Assumption of Risk and Waiver
Emergency Contacts

Keep in touch with us

We want to hear all about your adventures on your outgoing exchanges. Connect with us on Facebook, so you can share stories and memories with other Leaders with Heart on exchange.

Join our group now!

Health & Travel Insurance

We want you to stay safe and healthy while you're enjoying your exchange program. Students are strongly encouraged to purchase insurance in addition to their UHIP/OHIP coverage. The Government of Canada has great information on what type of insurance you need and why you should purchase additional travel insurance.

More information can be found here.

Funding for Outgoing Exchange Students

Huron's generous supporters have provided funding for students who wish to participate in study abroad opportunities. 

Patricia Boucher Memorial International Exchange Travel Grant
Hugh B. and Dorothy Rooney International Travel Bursary
Nancy and Keith Sumner Fund for International Studies

Established in 2000 in memory of Patricia Boucher, an exchange student from Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin, through the generous support of her family and the many friends she made among the students at Huron University College.

It is intended to assist a student with travel expenses associated with the Huron/Universite de Versailles Saint-Quentin exchange program. 

The recipient must be registered in a full-time program at Huron University and demonstrate financial need.

If no Huron student is eligible, the bursary may assist a Versailles student on exchange at Huron or assist a Huron student participating in an exchange with another European university.

Value: approx. $2,000 (open to several students)


The Bursary is intended to assist a third-year student with the added expenses incurred in a program of study abroad.

The recipient must be a registered full-time student at Huron and demonstrate financial need. The Rooney family established The Hugh B. and Dorothy Rooney International Travel Bursary in 1996 to honour Hugh and Dorothy Rooney, long-term friends and members of the Huron Community. 

Mr. Rooney served Huron with distinction in many roles from 1959 to 1972 including lecturer in Business and Economics, Dean of Residence, Comptroller, Corporation and Board Member, Bursar, and later Assistant Vice-Principal at Western University.

Mrs. Rooney was known as “nurse” to many students when the Rooney family lived at Huron University College. Sadly, Mrs. Rooney passed away in January, 1995.

Value: approx. $1,000


Established in 2006 by Nancy and Keith Sumner, this Fund provides financial support to a student or students for study abroad at a university with which Huron has a partnership agreement, for credit towards their academic degree at Huron, and who qualifies for the study abroad program based on criteria established by Huron University. 

Keith Sumner is a long-time friend of Huron who has served as President of The Huron University Foundation and, prior to that, as Chair of its Investment Committee.

Value: approx. $1,000



Key Contacts

Meklit Haile

Coordinator, Partnerships and Pathways
519.438.7224 ext. 233
Apps International House

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

Valeeta Blancher-Bennett

Coordinator, International Student Engagement
519.438.7224 ext. 291
Apps International House

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday