U OF T SAFETY ABROAD

U of T Safety Abroad supports the University community in managing risks pertaining to student travel internationally and offer supports to students while they are abroad.

U OF T COVID-19 UPDATE

Given that Global Affairs Canada has lifted the world-wide “avoid non-essential” travel advisory, as of November 3, 2021 university sanctioned activities abroad can now resume for U of T students for countries and regions that are listed at “exercise normal security precautions” and “exercise a high degree of caution.” Please follow the instructions and steps as indicated on the Safety Abroad Student’s page and review the COVID-19 Planning page well in advance of your travel.

For additional updates from the university related to COVID-19, please visit  the VP Students COVID-19 FAQ page. 

What is Safety Abroad

U of T Safety Abroad supports students and activity sponsors by:

  • Providing direction to the University in regards to managing risk pertaining to student travel abroad;
  • Offering students support in understanding risks associated with the location of their international activity
    and working with students to develop measures to mitigate those risks;
  • Monitoring situations abroad and advising students on any emerging issues;
  • Providing emergency support when regional or personal emergencies arise.

Review our Off-campus

safety Policy

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What does it mean for me

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Complete the Safety Abroad requirements:

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