Four Directions to Mobility Access Pathway (MAP) Programming

This wholistic ‘four directions’ project reflects Mi’kmaq tradition to directly strengthen academic programming for indigenous, low-income, and students requiring greater accommodations or accessibility as part of an innovative global Mobility & Access Pathway (MAP) Program. The first direction focuses on innovative wrap around supports improving accessibility, the second direction provides for virtual mobility experience through COIL integration in credit courses, the third direction exposes students to mobility through integrated high context short term global learning experiences, and the fourth direction supports further skills development and expanding global competencies through Work Integrated Learning (WIL) medium term and long term exchange opportunities.

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Press Release

New mobility-focused innovation projects will reduce barriers to studying or working abroad

More Canadian colleges and institutes will be able to create accessible international work and learning experiences for Canadian students, thanks to 27 new GSO projects.

GSO at the Canadian Bureau for International Education conference


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