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Interest in student mobility grows as China delegation visits

With McMaster University’s increasing interest in outbound student mobility, the Global Health Office recently welcomed a delegation from the Ningxia Region in China to explore potential opportunities for exchange and collaboration. The group consisted of professionals and academics from fields including medicine and chemical engineering. The vice-president of the Education Commission of Ningxia Hui Autonomous […]

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Meeting outbound student mobility challenges

To succeed in today’s global economy, Canadian university students need to be adaptable and resilient, and able to work with people from different cultures. With this in mind, the federal government is allocating approximately $85 million to an outbound student mobility pilot program. McMaster University recognizes the importance of this requirement for improved skills development […]

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Town hall highlights ongoing commitment to internationalization

The second annual McMaster Global Engagement Town Hall took place recently as part of McMaster Global, a university-wide showcase of global engagement activities across campus. This year’s showcase highlighted research, knowledge, panel discussions, events and activities targeting one or more of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The town hall aimed to highlight the […]

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