Global study is good for students, and for business
Canada needs to send more students abroad.
Students pictured at the 4th Annual U.S.-Canada Policy Conference at the University of Michigan's Ford School. In our rapidly changing world, Canadian employers need workers who are culturally aware, resilient and adaptable—skilled in problem solving, communication and teamwork. These are all competencies gained through international experiences, write Perrin Beatty and Paul Davidson. Photograph courtesy of Flickr