Internationalization in the Faculty of Management
Strategic Initiative 2.0: FOSTER INTERNATIONALIZATION AND GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP
Expanding our programs is a constant goal we aspire to reach. To offer current and future students a different perspective on life from all corners of the world, it is critical that we recruit and deliver programs abroad. In doing so, we can achieve a better understanding of the world and appreciate our role as leading stewards of a tolerant and inclusive society. And of course, the balance between environmental protectionism and economic prosperity is our focus.
2.1 Seek and expand intercultural and international programs and partnerships; provide staff, students, and faculty with opportunities to engage in intercultural learning
Champion: Greg Hebb
- All our undergraduate and graduate programs will have international connections, inbound, outbound and/or both
- All staff and Faculty will be involved with intercultural learning experiences, domestically and abroad, to foster better integration
- We intend to build more pathways for entry into the Bachelor of Management Program while enhancing its curriculum
International Student Support Program (ISSP)
Exchange Students are encouraged to participate and volunteer with our ISSP. Students are there to make you feel welcome with sessions tailored to our International population. Learn more about ISSP here.
International Work Experiences
Interested in doing an international internship or coop? Management Career Services can help you develop an effective job search strategy to secure an international work term. Access their online resources or you can make an appointment with your Career and REcruitment Specialist Today!
As you approach gradation, you may be wondering what comes next. The Government of Canada has a number of international youth mobility programs available. Consider participating in one of their International Experiences Canada programs.