Canadian Educators Strive to Make Their Campuses More International

Making the college experience more international, forging stronger ties with India, and selling Canadian higher education overseas were among the hot topics at the annual conference of the Canadian Bureau for International Education, which wrapped up here last week.

The conference, which attracted 500 academics from around the country, focused on study abroad, international-student recruitment, and partnerships with foreign universities. One of the most anticipated events was the announcement that the Canadian government is helping develop a national marketing strategy to recruit more students from abroad.

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