Corbett Exchange Scholars Program
Corbett Virtual Exchange Program
When the Canada-U.S border closed indefinitely in 2020, the Corbett Exchange Program was forced to adjust. We developed an innovative virtual exchange program to give students from the Universities of Washington, British Columbia, and Victoria the opportunity to connect through shared learning and social experiences. Students in the virtual program participated in:
- Expert-led workshops on key cross-border issues
- Cohort-building social hours
- Virtual city tours and events
- Final projects and research on a cross-border topic of their choosing
Upon completion of the program, students received a $2,000 award for their participation.
Note about study abroad and COVID-19: All students selected for the in-person Corbett Exchange Program are automatically considered for the virtual program, if travel is restricted. Applicants to the Killam Fellowship will also be considered. No additional application is required for the virtual program.
Corbett Virtual Exchange Program Final Projects
Explore some of the outstanding final projects produced by our 2021 Corbett Virtual Scholars:
Virtual City Tours
Check out some of the city tours our Virtual Scholars shared with each other: