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global
Reach
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5.4% 10.4% 14.3% 18.2%
13.7% 34.2% 45.6% 69.4%
2,383
undergraduate international students from 86 countries
Students in lecture.
570
students enrolled in programs with international perspectives
350
in International Development Studies
109
in Global Asia Studies
111
in Management in International Business
Students looking engaged in lecture.
10%
increase in student exchanges, research and study abroad
Students can study abroad with 140 partners in 40 countries
10 days in the cities of Japan
Students outside on campus in discussion.
13
International Development Studies Co-op students

working with 9 different organizations in Costa Rica, Ecuador, Ghana, India, Kenya, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Thailand, Uganda

Recent grads aiding refugees
Students sitting on campus.
12
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholars

interned through Uniterra and Children of Hope in Ghana, Malawi, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Uganda

Young Ghanaian scientists pursue graduate research at U of T Scarborough