Cultivating Tomorrow’s Leaders: Outbound student experiential learning opportunities in agriculture and horticulture

Our program will increase the capacity of outbound Canadian undergraduate students trained through experiential, engaged learning in agriculture and horticulture. Through collaborative learning projects using virtual and physical (short, medium, long term) mobility approaches, students will gain important knowledge and skills in these faculty-guided degree credited courses. The projects build on our existing successful collaborations with colleagues in Ecuador, Turkey, Ukraine, Japan and Norway. We anticipate increased capacity in virtual experiences for 280 students and physical mobility experiences for 84 students, with a total of 364 students impacted by this international agriculture and horticulture student mobility program.

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