The International Education Practitioner Program will deliver international education training to Saskatchewan's post-secondary sector to support a consistent level of understanding and knowledge of international engagement. The first of its kind in Canada, this program takes a provincial approach to international education and supports the sector's capacity to host international students.
This program ensures students receive the same experience and level of support regardless of where they study in Saskatchewan and provides institutions with tools to ensure Saskatchewan is recognized as a top destination for student success.
The program curriculum will be delivered through the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) and will include information on student recruitment and admission practices, international student services and supports, international relations and partnership development practices, and international student mobility.
CBIE will deliver training at three different levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced.
How to Apply
International practitioners are employees of post-secondary education institutions who are nominated to participate in the program. If you are currently employed at a post-secondary institution designated to host international students, and are interested in becoming an International Education Practitioner, please contact your direct supervisor or an international education representative at your institution for more details on how to apply.