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Starting a new chapter abroad

Campus News
Seneca taps into a $500,000 boost from the federal government’s Global Skills Opportunity program. Ecuador, Peru and Denmark are among the host destinations for Seneca’s reinvigorated study-abroad programs, which started in May as pandemic travel restrictions eased.

Exploring Indigenous cultures and societies around the world

Community News
As part of the Government of Canada’s Global Skills Opportunity program, universities are offering students—including Indigenous students—the chance to develop cultural intelligence, global awareness and to learn about Indigenous Peoples around the world

CICan launches three-year international strategy

Community News
Colleges and Institutes Canada has revealed a three-year international strategy which it says will help members to pursue new international education opportunities.

North Island College connects with Hawaii schools

Community News
North Island College has signed two memorandums of understanding in support of indigenization, sharing of knowledge and study abroad between Vancouver Island and Hawaiʻi.

UCM recibe desde hoy y por 2 semanas a delegación Canadiense

Community News, International News
Thirteen students from the University of Dalhousie are visiting the Universidad Católica de Manizales (Colombia) as part of Dal's GSO project International Field Courses for Indigenous and Black Student Global Leaders. (article in Spanish).

National AccessAbility Week: Communities that work for everyone

Community News
International study is very beneficial: it offers students the chance to learn about different cultures, build global networks and gain new perspectives on the world’s challenges. Universities have introduced new initiatives under the Global Skills Opportunity program to ensure all students, including those with a disability, can take part.