Contact us


Not yet sure if studying abroad is right for you? Talk to an advisor who can help you start planning your International Learning Experience.

Student Advising (International Experiences)

International Centre
LeMarchant Place, Suite 1200
1246 LeMarchant Street
Phone: 902-494-1566

Student Advising (International Experiences)–Agriculture

157 College Road
Truro, Nova Scotia
Phone: 902-893-6514

Faculty Support (Field Courses and Agreements)

Office of International Relations
Henry Hicks Administration Building
6299 South Street, Rm 228
Phone: 902-494-4400

Global Health Office

5849 University Avenue
Clinical Research Centre, C-241
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Phone: 902-494-1965

NEW! Visit our virtual drop-in space to ask questions!

Dalhousie's Exchange Coordinators are now hosting a virtual drop-in space on Microsoft Teams for any students (either Dal students going on an exchange/studying abroad, or international students visiting Dal on exchange) who have questions or need help with their exchange/study abroad experiences. The space will be available from Monday to Friday, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. (Atlantic Time). Note: This is a public space, so all posts/questions can be viewed by any student who joins the space.

Booking an appointment:

Inbound Students
 If you want to come to Dalhousie for a study abroad opportunity, or if you are a current inbound student and want to book a meeting, please book with Mandy Morgan, Exchange Coordinator

Outbound Students: If you have been already nominated to go on study abroad and would like to book an appointment, please book with David Rodriguez, Exchange Advisor

Prospective Students: If you would like to apply to go on study abroad for the first time, please email to book a meeting with one of our student assistants.

In case of an emergency while abroad

An emergency situation is any situation that puts a student at risk. It might be illness, violent incidents, a student going missing, civil unrest, or a natural disaster in the host country. Most problems can be solved by your host university—seek solutions before contacting Dalhousie.