Interesting program options at York University
Students who have an interest in engineering, global sustainability, and social justice should consider York University’s five-year dual degree in Engineering and International Development Studies. The program offers an internship in a developing country.
Established in the 1970s, the Law and Society program at York University is one of the oldest of its kind in North America. The program has an interdisciplinary focus, combining insights from anthropology, history, philosophy, sociology, political science and criminology.
If business is more your passion, then consider the dual degree in Business Administration and International Studies, combining two years at Glendon College where you will specialize in social sciences and humanities with two years at France’s top incubator, the Emlyon Business School. Students will study primarily in French, with the opportunity to take courses in English in both countries. Placements and internships are integrated into the program. A supplementary application is required.