UVic International Mobility Access Project

The UVic International Mobility Access Project aims to reduce barriers for University of Victoria undergraduate Indigenous students, students with disabilities and low-income students to access and participate in UVic’s international exchange programs. The project includes collaboration with specialized units across campus and international exchange partners with expertise in the delivery of programs and services for underrepresented populations to develop best practices to support enriching and safe international exchange experiences. The project aims to address barriers related to program promotion and recruitment, application processes, pre-departure programming, post-arrival and re-entry support, and programming adapted to reflect the needs of the target student populations.

Latest Publications


David Johnston: Let’s boost international education for Canadian students


Global Horizons: Back to School


Tabatha Bull: Canada’s bottom line needs globally connected Indigenous youth