New approaches to internationalization

It is a priority of many Canadian universities to enhance students' understanding of intercultural and international issues through "internationalized" academic programming and experiential learning opportunities.

John M. Dixon
Published: Wednesday, 02/17/2010 12:00 am EST

It is a priority of many Canadian universities to enhance students' understanding of intercultural and international issues through "internationalized" academic programming and experiential learning opportunities.

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