CEL/TRU World: International Work Integrated Learning Project

In this project, The TRU Career & Experiential Learning (CEL) department and TRU World are collaborating to develop international work-integrated learning opportunities that will support students from all TRU Faculties and Schools to participate in international work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities. TRU World, a leader in International Education, has partners around the world that will work […]

Programme de bourses à la mobilité inclusive

Dans le cadre de ce projet, le Cégep de Saint-Jérôme souhaitera créer un programme de bourses à la mobilité internationale dédié aux personnes étudiantes vivant une ou des formes de marginalisation, par exemple un programme de bourses de mobilité inclusive. Ces bourses viseront principalement à réduire les contraintes financières, mais aussi à mieux accompagner les […]

Go Where Eagles Dare Program and Service Innovation

Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) credit-granting outbound mobility program, Go Where Eagles Dare (GWED), provides Indigenous students international work, study, and travel opportunities. SIIT students from diverse academic and geographic areas are given equitable opportunities to develop the fluency and connection required to enter an international labour market. During this Innovation project, SIIT will […]

Support and Sustain: International Work-Integrated Learning

This multi-pronged, innovative project will both support the first students from the Social Service Worker program to take up internships abroad, with a specific focus on engaging target group students. The project will also provide the research evidence needed to ensure that these internships, and Durham College’s International Work-Integrated Learning program, are sustainable into the […]

Une éducation plus internationale

Le Cégep de Sherbrooke reçoit, chaque année, des étudiants internationaux qui participent à des sessions d’études. Toutefois, les étudiants du cégep participent rarement à des sessions d’études dans un autre pays et cela malgré l’intérêt croissant de ceux-ci. Le présent projet vise précisément à permettre au personnel enseignant du cégep de travailler à l’analyse des […]

Mobilisation commune de la formation générale pour démocratiser les parcours de mobilité international

Ce projet unit le Cégep de Chicoutimi et le Cégep de Jonquière, par la mise en chantier d’un projet de mobilité inclusif porté par les disciplines de la formation générale. L’objectif étant de démocratiser l’accès à la mobilité internationale pour toutes les clientèles des établissements, sans égard au programme d’étude choisi par l’étudiant. Le présent projet […]

Closing the Employer Gap on Global Skills Gained through Mobility

International mobility for students is expected to build the employability skills deemed vital for success in the workforce. To build a concrete evidence base to prove that a study abroad experience does help students get jobs, the employer voice needs to be included. This project will do a national scan of key employers, to gain […]

Indigenous Global Partnerships for Student Internships

From the first round of Global Skills Opportunity funding, Langara College has had many requests from Indigenous students to intern with a global Indigenous community. In the context of this project, a consultant will be hired to conduct a survey of best practices of Indigenous internships and programs as possible locations for interns. The consultant […]

Improving the Delivery of International Mobility Wraparound Services to Indigenous and Low-income Students

Indigenous and low-income students in GSO programs often encounter obstacles while travelling abroad due to the absence of tailored pre-departure training and orientation. This can result in difficulties adapting to cultural differences, language barriers, and other challenges. This project aims to provide better resources and training modules primarily for Indigenous and low-income students, who make […]

Empower Travellers to Better Manage Risks

The responsibility of managing risk traditionally lies within the systems that govern institutions, and rarely with the end users: the travellers, for whom risk processes are in place. Most often these travellers are students, including students who may be considered vulnerable and at higher risk for a multitude of reasons they may not be aware […]