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The Saskatchewan Plan for Growth recognizes that international education is critical to maintaining and increasing economic growth in Saskatchewan.
International students help:
Preparing graduates with the international knowledge and skills to work and live in an increasingly diverse and interdependent world is essential for a strong and growing Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan's Post-Secondary International Education Strategy was developed to support Saskatchewan students and post-secondary educational institutions to build and strengthen their global connections, create new international research partnerships, and foster two-way student, faculty and researcher mobility.
50% more Saskatchewan students studying and working abroad by 2020.
By studying abroad, Saskatchewan students will further enhance their knowledge and better understand the world's cultural, economic and political diversity. At the same time, they will also gain skills and experience, including languages, which benefit the provincial economy and trade. International experience will increase students' employability after graduation as they will acquire knowledge and engage in international relationships that can advance innovation, build a stronger sense of global citizenship and connect Saskatchewan to the world.
75% more international post-secondary students by 2020.
The significant contribution that post-secondary international students make to Saskatchewan cannot be over-emphasized. International students bring a new perspective to our post-secondary educational institutions, which help domestic students develop into global citizens. International students become important members of our communities and some decide to stay and build a future in Saskatchewan. For international students who return home, they become excellent ambassadors for the province. Overall, internationalization will increase the profile of the province globally, helping secure Saskatchewan's future competitiveness and sustainability.
Increase the number and value of international research partnerships
The well-being of Saskatchewan people is increasingly dependent on its competitiveness in the global knowledge-based society. International research partnerships profile Saskatchewan's research excellence globally, which attract students, researchers and new investments.
The Post-Secondary International Education Strategy was developed with input from public and private post-secondary educational institutions, First Nations and Métis educational institutions, international student associations, Chambers of Commerce, the Saskatchewan-Asia Advisory Council, the Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership, the Canadian Bureau of International Education, and the Canadian International Council.
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