Creating Accessible Global Experiences & Universal Design

In response to the global pandemic, we launched virtual mobility programs in the summer of 2020. We immediately recognized the added value of this alternate mode of delivery as we have been able to provide virtual global experiences to a broader range of students from a wider variety of academic programs than ever before. Our goal is to expand our suite of virtual programs with the purpose of providing accessible employment and international experiences for all student groups, but in particular students with disabilities. Our staff require additional training in developing programming for virtual delivery using Universal Design in Learning.

Latest Publications

Opinion

David Johnston: Let’s boost international education for Canadian students

Newsletter

Global Horizons: Back to School

Opinion

Tabatha Bull: Canada’s bottom line needs globally connected Indigenous youth