Promoting learning abroad the missing ‘piece of the puzzle’ for Canadian government, say stakeholders
By Neil MossOct. 17, 2018
The Canadian government has focused on attracting international students to Canada, now it has to do the same for encouraging Canadian students to study abroad, says a former Canadian International Development Agency president.
Canadians need to study and research abroad, at places like Cambridge University, pictured, to be equipped for the 21st century world, stakeholders say. Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia Commons
If Canada wants to be competitive in the global economy, more Canadians need to study abroad, and in more diverse countries, stakeholders say, tying the practice directly to the government’s drive to expand trade to a broader array of places.
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