The Expanding Student Pathways to Study and Work Abroad project seeks to lower barriers to participation in outbound mobility activity for students in highly structured degree programs, such as STEM and some business programs, by integrating academic exchange and international internship pathways into existing curriculum. Working with several academic departments at Concordia, international university partners, […]
Building on an existing field schools program, the project will develop a series of short-term programs taught internationally by Concordia University professors. These programs, of a maximum of two weeks in duration, will be taught in collaboration with partner institutions in non-traditional outbound student mobility countries, in particular, throughout Latin America, Africa and Asia. In […]
With mobility experiences being cancelled due to COVID, the objective of this project is to replace in-person internships in international development in Uganda for Concordia students through virtual/online channels. The project developed new online programming, capitalizing on Africa’s new digital capacities/infrastructures, and bolstering participation by reducing barriers to traditional physical mobility.