Out Front: Supporting Student Outbound Mobility

This project seek to connect experiences of Canadian students, staff and faculty, with experiences from the international partner institution. Students participating in outbound mobility rely on the mobility infrastructure and support that is established by the staff and faculty within their home institution as well as support received from host institutions abroad. To determine how to better support students, a student and partner survey were conducted. The student survey included responses from over 400 students and explored the kinds of international outbound experiences students were interested in as well as barriers to international study. Over 30 partners responded to the partner survey offering possibilities to enhance collaboration between institutions.

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