SK launches International Education Practitioner Program

The Government of Saskatchewan and the Canadian Bureau for International Education have partnered on the creation of the International Education Practitioner Program. The program will deliver international education training to the postsecondary sector to support capacity building, strengthen SK’s international education program, and ensure consistency in the delivery of education to international students across the province. The province’s 19 institutions will come together to learn from one another and CBIE through the program. “The International Education Practitioner program will provide our practitioners with tremendous opportunities to share their experiences, continue learning as professionals and build stronger networks across our province,” stated Pirita Mattola, the University of Saskatchewan’s acting director of strategic enrolment management. Global News| CTV News Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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