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Internationalization of post-secondary education in Canada is a laudable pursuit, but does it make sense in these economic times? Should universities and colleges focus on cutting back on any international initiatives that are not central to their particular academic missions?

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Vianne Timmons
Published: Wednesday, 02/17/2010 12:00 am EST

Internationalization of post-secondary education in Canada is a laudable pursuit, but does it make sense in these economic times? Should universities and colleges focus on cutting back on any international initiatives that are not central to their particular academic missions?

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