Creating opportunities for inter-professional education abroad

This project addressed dual barriers to physical mobility by students served by colleges mandated to serve rural and remote areas: (a) that rural and remote populations typically have income levels below those of post-secondary students in metropolitan areas; and, (b) that these students do not have opportunities to be exposed to globalized activity that is a feature of daily life in major centers. This project did so by creating an international business studies opportunity abroad for low-income, rural and remote students with a view to providing an international business perspective that does not exist at home.

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