Canada’s economy needs workers with global learning experiences
By Alejandro AdemFeb. 7, 2019
Providing more internships abroad will invariably buttress Canada’s innovation ecosystem.
Canada’s policy goals should reflect the opportunities that come from overseas internships and learning opportunities, says Mitacs’s Alejandro Adem. Photograph courtesy of Daria Shevtsova/Pexels
In a column published recently in The Hill Times, Perrin Beatty and Paul Davidson argued that Canada has to up its game when it comes to connecting post-secondary students with international learning experiences.
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