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Saskatchewan's International Education Strategy lays the foundation for a global approach to position the province as a destination of choice for international students from around the world and provides opportunities for Saskatchewan students to study in other countries.
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The International Education Strategy was developed in partnership with the post-secondary education sector and will assist institutions to attract international students in innovative ways, while meeting commitments outlined in Saskatchewan's Growth Plan by:
Key components of the strategy include:
The strategy, which is built on a foundation of collaboration and engagement, is based on two pillars: Global Engagement, and Capacity Building and Leadership. Under both pillars, the Government of Saskatchewan has identified goals, actions and outcomes, as well as targeted programs that will be developed to support the goals.
Global engagement and strong trade relations are imperative for Saskatchewan to lead and compete internationally. International students bring a global perspective to Saskatchewan and create opportunities for research and innovation.
In collaboration with the international trade offices, the post-secondary sector and government partners, Saskatchewan is building relationships in multiple countries to help strengthen the province's brand, while increasing trade and investment opportunities.
Saskatchewan will increase its global and market engagement by:
International research partnerships profile Saskatchewan's research excellence globally, which attracts students, researchers and new investments. Fostering new international partnerships will play a critical role in education and research opportunities in both Saskatchewan and abroad. Learn about Saskatchewan's International Research Partnerships Framework.
Growing knowledge in the sector will increase international recruitment and engagement opportunities, positioning Saskatchewan as a destination of choice for students. Through collaboration with the sector and other partners, Saskatchewan is building capacity to engage internationally and improve global connection to the provincial education sector.
Saskatchewan will build capacity and leadership in international education by:
Research partnerships play a critical role in innovation, growth and knowledge transfer. The International Education Strategy focuses on sustainable development goals for research, innovation and global project development. Learn about Saskatchewan's International Research Partnership Framework.
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