Keep in mind that your personal safety is the most important while you are traveling abroad. It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with basic local information of transportation, accommodation, culture and custom, political situation etc. before you leave. Also, knowing where to access helps in emergencies is fundamental to ensure a safe experience abroad.
Safety Abroad Emergency contact
In case of an emergency abroad, call Safety Abroad via the Campus Safety Special Constable Service 24-hour collect emergency line at 416-987-2222. You can also call International SOS at 215-942-8478 to speak to a medical or security professional directly over the phone.
Visit the Safety Abroad In an Emergency page for additional information.
Undergraduate and graduate students participating in University-sanctioned international activities have access to safety abroad emergency services.