Past Webinars

New Partnership Opportunities Throughout Southeast Asia: Collaborating with the SEAMEO Centre Network

JANUARY 20, 2021     Source: BCCIE

The objective of this session is to introduce SEAMEO and the opportunities within the network of SEAMEO training centres to BC’s international education sector towards forging productive and sustainable international partnerships. The opportunities are substantial within the region and we look forward to helping forge these collaborations.

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Understanding Climate Action in International Education - Part Two

DECEMBER 10, 2020     Source: BCCIE

In this discussion forum, a follow-up to the Learning Forum, we will begin to ask some of the hard questions and focus on problem-solving. We will discuss some tangible solutions, along with the barriers many action-takers face at an institution where an international department is expected to deliver revenues and diversification without accountability for building more sustainable and climate action-oriented partnerships and plans.

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Understanding Climate Action in International Education - Part One

DECEMBER 3, 2020     Source: BCCIE

This learning forum provides an opportunity to develop an understanding of the fundamentals of the impact of climate change and how it intersects with the work we do as international educators in British Columbia and across Canada.

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Opportunities for Collaboration Between BC Post-Secondary Institutions and Mexico

NOVEMBER 27, 2020     Source: BCCIE

The mission of the Mexican Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AMEXCID) is to cooperate and share the best of Mexico, to more effectively face global challenges and grow together. The session will introduce AMEXCID to BC’s degree granting PSIs and will explore opportunities for collaboration and partnership, including scholarship and institutional agreements.

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Indonesia’s & Malaysia’s Education Sectors Today – IE Market Updates, Trends, and Developments

NOVEMBER 19, 2020     Source: BCCIE

Canada continues to be recognized as an excellent destination for study, research, and academic collaboration. In addition to our quality of education, international students are attracted to our standard of living and quality of life, secure cities, and work and immigration opportunities after graduation.

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A Foundation for Change Using Technology to Support Effective Student Engagement

NOVEMBER 12, 2020     Source: BCCIE

Now is the time to leverage new professional development strategies that include hybrid- learning, alternative assessment approaches, and integration of STEM activities to prepare the teachers and learners of the future.

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Ukraine’s & Czech Republic’s Education Sectors Today – IE Market Updates, Trends, and Developments

NOVEMBER 5, 2020     Source: BCCIE

Eastern Europe continues to grow in importance for the Canadian international education sector. Two countries, the Czech Republic and Ukraine, present excellent opportunities for potential international students coming to K-12, post-secondary, and the language sectors.

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South Asia’s Education Sectors Today – International Education Market Updates, Trends, and Developments

OCTOBER 29, 2020     Source: BCCIE

The South Asia region continues to be on the top of strategic and priority markets for international education across Canada. India currently processes the highest number of study permits to students going to Canadian post-secondary institutions.

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Homestay Panel: Emergency Preparedness and Lessons Learned in the New Normal

OCTOBER 29, 2020     Source: BCCIE

At the onset of the pandemic in March, schools, school districts and homestay providers were faced with challenging decisions to guarantee the wellbeing of their homestay families and their students.

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Russia's and Kazakhstan’s Education Sectors Today – International Education Market Updates, Trends, and Developments

OCTOBER 14, 2020     Source: BCCIE

Join officials from the Embassy of Canada in Moscow and the Embassy of Canada in Nur-Sultan to learn about issues currently impacting these education sectors.

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