Go Global Program

Go Global lets you venture out into the world to meet people, build skills and gain perspective in a way that you would never imagine.

UBC’s Go Global international learning program offers students transformational experiences that promote global awareness, meaningful engagement, and cross-cultural understanding. Programs include academic exchanges, group study programs, and research and service learning. There is also funding available for specific programs.

Going on exchange allows you to spend one or more semesters studying at one of UBC’s over 150 partner schools worldwide and receive transfer credit from your time abroad.

The following universities have numerous courses pre-approved for transfer credit. Visit the Go Global Transfer Credit Database to see the courses that have transferred back as credits for each university listed. Or view key information about each university by clicking on the name below

You may also be interested in exploring beyond the listed institutions above. UBC is partnered with over 150 universities worldwide, so there are additional universities that have excellent Psychology courses. You can also take courses abroad to fulfill non-psychology electives or to practice communicating in another language at any of these institutions. You can explore all of Go Global’s partner institutions by visiting Go Global’s partner pages.

When should you begin Go Global? How do you Choose courses? How does the Transfer Credit system work? Learn more on Map Your Degree.

Global Seminars allow UBC students to step outside of the classroom with a UBC faculty member and a small group of their peers to experience hands-on learning opportunities in international contexts. Each program is unique in terms of location, course content, length, and cost. Courses taught are location-specific – the learning and the location are interconnected.

UBC’s International Service Learning (ISL) program allows you to contribute towards important projects led by community partners around the world. By taking part in ISL, you connect your academic studies with real-world experience. This opportunity fosters meaningful connections with communities around the world and will help you discover the local impact of global issues. You will also become engaged in a continuous cycle of learning, action and critical reflection.

Psychology major Riana was able to experience travel, personal growth and fun – all while expanding her Psychology degree at the University of Amsterdam.