Employment hours for international students expand next month
Beginning Nov. 15, international students studying in Canada won’t be limited in the number of hours they can work.
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We need to get online learning right before the next crisis hits
The body of evidence that is available generally shows that under the right circumstances online learning works, and can be as good as, if not better than, in-person education.
UBC president Santa Ono, wife embark on ‘new opportunities’ at University of Michigan
The University of Michigan, located just west of Detroit, is nearly on par with UBC in terms of the number of students, and is one of the highest-ranked universities in the world.
Laurentian receives $4.725M legal bill from insolvency monitor
A court hearing next week will seek approval for a $4.725 million legal bill from the legal firms helping Laurentian University emerge from insolvency.
Alberta students plea for representation on new $1M education bureau
The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology is set to lead the establishment of the Alberta Bureau for International Education, which will include representatives from postsecondary institutions and industry stakeholders.