Red River College Interprofessional Skills and Study Abroad (ISSA) in Denmark and Finland

The Interprofessional Skills and Study Abroad project creates opportunities for underrepresented students in RRC’s School of Health Sciences and Community Services and School of Skilled Trades and Technology to broaden their skills, experiences and knowledge while creating new connections specifically in Denmark and Finland. These opportunities will not only enrich and strengthen their global skills […]

Go Where Eagles Dare! International Work and Study Opportunities for Indigenous Students

Providing Indigenous students with International work and study opportunities ensures student success through innovative programming, and enriches Canada’s post secondary sector and economy with Indigenous perspectives and global partnerships. In Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies’ (SIIT’s) proposed project, (36) students from diverse academic areas will have the opportunity to prepare for and engage in domestic […]

Developing Conservation Competencies in Namibia – the Cheetah Ecosystem (2021-2025)

Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) is an internationally recognized center for conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystems located in Namibia, Africa. One of the greatest threats to cheetah is human wildlife conflict since 90 percent of the world’s cheetah live outside protected areas. Vanier College students will learn to create a sustainable space; a world in […]

Improving International Outbound Mobility Opportunities for Indigenous and Low-income Students

With post-secondary institutions utilizing global learning experiences to develop intercultural competence, it is imperative that all students have access to such programming. Indigenous students make up 19% and 38% of Sask Polytech’s and Parkland College’s student population respectively. However, their participation in international mobility programming does not positively correlate to their representation on campus. This […]

International Mobility Supporting Indigenous Entrepreneurs – (IMSIENT)

I’M SIENT (“International Mobility Supporting Indigenous Entrepreneurs”) will provide Sault College’s Indigenous Students and Faculty an outbound international opportunity to i) enhance technical and analytical skills in partnership with Universidad Polytechnic Yucatan (UPY), ii) apply knowledge in a practical “real life” ecosystem with UPY Indigenous Students and Indigenous Entrepreneurs in Yucatan region, iii) share Indigenous […]

International Service and Leadership: Accessible Work Integrated Learning for Health and Human Service students

Selkirk College and the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology, BC’s indigenous college, will collaborate to provide an international opportunity to students in Health and Human Services programs who would otherwise face significant barriers in participating in an international component of their program. Selkirk and NVIT will work with the Women’s Resource Outreach Center in Jamaica […]

Watchful Eyes and Student Mobility: Widening student access to international education through faculty-led programs abroad

“Experience the world under the watchful eyes of a faculty member,” is Seneca’s slogan for faculty-led programs abroad (FLPA). This model of outbound mobility has demonstrated success at significantly increasing the number of Seneca students who gain international experiences. To continue on this positive trajectory, Seneca will expand the number of FLPAs, and target student […]

Northern Lights College International Placements Program

The Northern Lights College (NLC) International Placements Program will provide 24 students with an opportunity to complete their practicum requirement through an international placement in countries such as Kenya, Japan, Chile, Brazil, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago. The project expects to draw 50% of NLC participants from the program’s target groups. Students from the Social […]

Reimaging student mobility: Towards a more inclusive, holistic, and sustainable model across disciplines

This project offers a holistic and inclusive approach to student mobility through combining virtual and physical models with comprehensive intercultural education. The main goal is cultivating a sense of global connections through expanding mobility access across disciplines and increasing student participation, especially target groups. Following inspiring outcomes of two COIL pilots in W2021, Sheridan proposes […]