Building a Pilot Intercultural Training and Assessment Module to be completed throughout the International Mobility Experience

This project focused on developing a governance document that formalize risk tolerance for running international programs and a responsive intercultural training/ assessment module for students who participate in a mobility experience. This project was developed in two folds starting with working with Aléas to lay the foundation for developing both an institutional risk management and crisis policy for international activities. Mount Allison University then developed an intercultural training program that is a requirement for all students who plan to have an international experience.

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