Inclusive Study Abroad

The Centre for International Programs will implement a comprehensive strategy to reconcile systemic barriers to participation across outbound mobility programs in non-traditional countries. CIP will: 1) review policies and procedures from an EDI lens and leverage 15 exchange partners offering specialized supports for underrepresented student groups, 2) strengthen relations with on-campus partners, faculty and alumni to champion mobility, 3) customize supports regarding recruitment, wraparound supports, alumni engagement and GSO scholarship distribution and 4) build new industry partnerships to address sustainability. This four-pronged approach will foster inclusive mobility and drive global skills development.

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