Questions about these courses should be directed to the program instructor.
Please note: course descriptions are tentative and subject to change.
Students on this program are required to take:
RMIN 559.02: Selected topics: International Insurance Markets (3 credits)
and will choose one of the following two options:
MGST 597.08: Directed Study (3 credits)
UNIV 501.25: Experiential Learning (3 credits)
This program provides 2 courses (6 units) in total.
RMIN 559.02: RMIN 317 or consent of department
MGST 597.XX: consent of department
UNIV 501.XX: consent of department
For a detailed itinerary, click here.
Date TBD, Calgary: Mandatory pre-departure orientation from Global Learning
May 13, 15, 20 & 22, Calgary: Mandatory pre-departure academic sessions
May 26-27: Travel to Bermuda
May 28-June 1: Bermuda - TBD
June 2-3: Travel to London
June 4-7: London - TBD
June 8: Return to Calgary or further travel
For a comprehensive program itinerary, please click here
Submission of Final Paper
The estimated cost of the International Insurance Markets Group Study Program is $XXXX (TBA). This includes tuition, airfare, field trips, local transportation, accommodations and meals.
For the full cost breakdown and payment deadlines, please see the program Student Cost Summary (TBA).
Important information regarding deposit payments: Deposits are non-refundable. Deposits secure your space in the program and allows payment for logistical arrangements to be made in advance.
Our office administers several awards, including the Global Access Fund (based on a funding-first model where students apply prior to committing to a global learning program) and the Global Learning Award (students apply after being accepted to a global learning program; the amount varies year-to-year as the money is split among chosen recipients). Students may only receive these awards once. Please see the funding page, linked here, for more information.
This program is partially funded by the Haskayne School of Business Student Experience Funds. These funds are administered by the Faculty.
Students are also eligible to apply for the William H. McGannon Foundation scholarships. Find more information, dates and links to the application here.
Student loans: If you qualify for student loans, your program should qualify. We are able to provide you with a letter confirming your participation in the program for funding purposes. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a letter.
Please note that eligibility for student loans is determined by your loans provider.
All accommodations will be safe, clean and appropriate for student groups.
For more information, please contact the program instructor or Haskayne program administrator.
This program is open to all Haskayne School of Business students in good academic standing with the appropriate pre-requisite courses. Preference is given to RMIN concentration students. Actuarial Science students in 3rd year or above will also be considered.
Applications will be considered when all required documents are received.
Announcements on whether you have been selected to the program will not be distributed until after the November 12 deadline.
Written application questions
All Group Study Programs have general questions about how the program will meet your goals (academic reasons, personal interest, career prospects, etc.), how you plan to finance your program, and coping skills for travelling abroad. These questions are designed to help narrow down your motivation for applying and why you should be selected.
Note: Because the online application will time out after one hour, we recommend that you "save" your application, copy the questions into a Word document to compose your answers, check for spelling, grammar and word count, and then paste it into the online application.
Download an unofficial transcript from your Student Centre. Click here for a step-by-step guide to access your unofficial transcript.
You will be asked to upload your transcript as a PDF in the online application.
Meeting with the Instructor
You may be asked to meet with the professor to determine if you are a good fit for the program. If that is the case, you will be contacted by the instructor for a meeting.