Engagement map

The community-university engagement map is a searchable inventory. It showcases UVic's collaborations that address issues that matter to people, places and the planet. Read more about the impact that these collaborations are having in our local and global communities.

How to use the map

The map has over 1,300 unique records listing everything from partnership agreements to public lecture series to community focused research projects. If you are in Victoria, BC and would like to learn how you can participate in activities occuring locally at UVic, use the following keywords in the search below: lecture series, guided walks, conference, public outreach, community program, community outreach. Are you a student looking for ways to make a difference in the community? Search "course" below to see the multitude of courses offered at UVic that facilitate student participation in community work.

*Please note that duplicate records occur if a project: 1) includes engagement in more than one location or, 2) is associated with more than one organizational unit or department/program. Duplicate records are tracked by their record number (duplicates have the same whole number prefix).

 

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Australia Collaborative Education Network (ACEN)Springvale, Victoria, AustraliaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services, Office of the Director
International Partnership: Gustavson School of Business and American University in Cairo, EgyptEgyptNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
MOU: Addis Ababa UniversityEthiopiaNo Content: Initiated by: the Faculty of Human and Social Development
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Membership: Canada Hong Kong Chamber of CommerceHong Kong, Guangdong, ChinaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services, Office of the Director
University of Victoria Me to WeKenyaNo Content:
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Resource: Student Affairs website
Membership: Canada Shanghai Chamber of CommerceShanghai, ChinaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services, Office of the Director
International Partnership: Gustavson School of Business and ESCA Ecole de Management, MoroccoMoroccoNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
MOU: University of NamibiaNamibiaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
UNESCO Chair in Early Childhood EducationNigeriaYes Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Alan Pence
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Resource: School of Child and Youth Care website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANASIA-COOP (Canada-Asia): Canada-Japan Co-op Program—JapanJapanNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: The Canada-Japan Co-op Program connects Canadian engineering and science undergraduate students with Japanese businesses. This program can enhance your academic studies in Canada with valuable work experience at a Japanese company. The program is administered by the University of British Columbia (UBC), but you must be recommended by the UVic international co-op coordinator to be accepted.To learn more, please review the program website: http://thecoopjapanprogram.com/
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Agreement: CANEU-COOP (Canada-Europe Co-op): Austria and GermanyGraz, Styria, AustriaNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through this agreement and program, UVic and University of Waterloo co-op students can travel to the FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences in Austria and the Baden-Wuerttemberg Co-operative State University in Germany and complete co-op work terms at companies in these countries.A unique feature of CANEU-COOP is the eight-month "twinning" concept. Once you’re selected to go on exchange, you'll be matched with a "twin" from a European partner institution who will be coming to Canada for an academic term at UVic. He or she will also be your twin during your co-op work term in Europe. This twinning concept allows both twins to support each other during their exchange terms abroad and fosters international friendships and connections.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services, Office of the Director
Agreement: CANEU-COOP (Canada-Europe Co-op): Austria and GermanyBaden-Württemberg, GermanyNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through this agreement and program, UVic and University of Waterloo co-op students can travel to the FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences in Austria and the Baden-Wuerttemberg Co-operative State University in Germany and complete co-op work terms at companies in these countries. A unique feature of CANEU-COOP is the eight-month "twinning" concept. Once you’re selected to go on exchange, you'll be matched with a "twin" from a European partner institution who will be coming to Canada for an academic term at UVic. He or she will also be your twin during your co-op work term in Europe. This twinning concept allows both twins to support each other during their exchange terms abroad and fosters international friendships and connections.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Agreement: CANEU-COOP (Canada-Europe Co-op): Austria and GermanyWaterloo, Ontario, CanadaNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through this agreement and program, UVic and University of Waterloo co-op students can travel to the FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences in Austria and the Baden-Wuerttemberg Co-operative State University in Germany and complete co-op work terms at companies in these countries. A unique feature of CANEU-COOP is the eight-month "twinning" concept. Once you’re selected to go on exchange, you'll be matched with a "twin" from a European partner institution who will be coming to Canada for an academic term at UVic. He or she will also be your twin during your co-op work term in Europe. This twinning concept allows both twins to support each other during their exchange terms abroad and fosters international friendships and connections.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Agreement: World Association for Co-operative Education (WACE)Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South AfricaNo Content: Agreement between Durban University of Technology in South Africa, RMIT University in Australia, the University of Cincinnati in the United States, and the University of Victoria in Canada.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Agreement: World Association for Co-operative Education (WACE)Melbourne , Victoria, AustraliaNo Content: Agreement between Durban University of Technology in South Africa, RMIT University in Australia, the University of Cincinnati in the United States, and the University of Victoria in Canada.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Agreement: World Association for Co-operative Education (WACE)Cincinnati, Ohio, United StatesNo Content: Agreement between Durban University of Technology in South Africa, RMIT University in Australia, the University of Cincinnati in the United States, and the University of Victoria in Canada.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of NatalSouth AfricaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: African Institute for Mathematical Sciences - AIMSSouth AfricaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: International Partners: University of KwaZulu-NatalSouth AfricaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Mitacs partnershipsTunisiaNo Content: Partnerships between: France, Turkey, Vietnam, China, Brazil, India, Tunisia, Mexico
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Resource: Office of Research website
Mitacs partnershipsChinaNo Content: Partnerships between: France, Turkey, Vietnam, China, Brazil, India, Tunisia, Mexico
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Mitacs partnershipsIndiaNo Content: Partnerships between: France, Turkey, Vietnam, China, Brazil, India, Tunisia, Mexico
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Mitacs partnershipsTurkeyNo Content: Partnerships between: France, Turkey, Vietnam, China, Brazil, India, Tunisia, Mexico
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Mitacs partnershipsVietnamNo Content: Partnerships between: France, Turkey, Vietnam, China, Brazil, India, Tunisia, Mexico
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Mitacs partnershipsFranceNo Content: Partnerships between: France, Turkey, Vietnam, China, Brazil, India, Tunisia, Mexico
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Mitacs partnershipsMexicoNo Content: Partnerships between: France, Turkey, Vietnam, China, Brazil, India, Tunisia, Mexico
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Mitacs partnershipsBrazilNo Content: Partnerships between: France, Turkey, Vietnam, China, Brazil, India, Tunisia, Mexico
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MOU: International Partners: Ministry of Administrative ReformsTunisiaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific ResearchTunisiaNo Content:
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Research: Asian women, migration and family in the global eraAsiaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Leslie Butt
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Resource: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) website
Internship Program: Engagement, Experience and Employability (3E) ProgramBangladeshNo Content: This program takes place in the Philippines, Nepal or Bangladesh
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Resource: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) website
Internship Program: Engagement, Experience and Employability (3E) ProgramNepal No Content: This program takes place in the Philippines, Nepal or Bangladesh
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Resource: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) website
Internship Program: Engagement, Experience and Employability (3E) ProgramPhilippinesNo Content: This program takes place in the Philippines, Nepal or Bangladesh
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Resource: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) website
Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) Internships in the Asia-Pacific regionCambodiaNo Content: Internships can take place in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Palau, Micronesia, Cook Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu.
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) Internships in the Asia-Pacific regionMalaysiaNo Content: Internships can take place in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Palau, Micronesia, Cook Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu.
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) Internships in the Asia-Pacific regionThailandNo Content: Internships can take place in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Palau, Micronesia, Cook Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu.
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) Internships in the Asia-Pacific regionCook IslandsNo Content: Internships can take place in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Palau, Micronesia, Cook Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu.
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) Internships in the Asia-Pacific regionFiji No Content: Internships can take place in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Palau, Micronesia, Cook Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu.
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) Internships in the Asia-Pacific regionMicronesiaNo Content: Internships can take place in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Palau, Micronesia, Cook Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu.
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) Internships in the Asia-Pacific regionPalauNo Content: Internships can take place in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Palau, Micronesia, Cook Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu.
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) Internships in the Asia-Pacific regionVanuatuNo Content: Internships can take place in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Palau, Micronesia, Cook Islands, Fiji and Vanuatu.
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Award: Co-op & Career Employer of the Year AwardVictoria, British Columbia, CanadaNo Content: Sourced from website (Co-op and Career): Each year, UVic co-op staff nominate outstanding co-operative education employers who have gone above and beyond to support co-op student learning. This award was re-launched in 2011. Each year, the winning employer(s) is recognized at the annual Employer Appreciation Reception.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
International Partnership: Gustavson School of Business and Chinese University of Hong Kong, ChinaChinaNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and City University of Hong Kong, ChinaChinaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Shanghai Jiaotong University, ChinaChinaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Peking University, ChinaChinaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Sun Yat-sen University, ChinaChinaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Tongji University, ChinaChinaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of International Business and Economics, ChinaChinaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of Macau, ChinaChinaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Tsinghua University, ChinaChinaNo Content:
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Scholarship: Department of Pacific and Asian Studies: East China Normal UniversityChinaNo Content: Scholarship program for Department of Pacific and Asian studies students to attend East China Normal University in China
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Summer Exchange Program: Renmin UniversityChinaNo Content: 4 weeks of study in Beijing, China.
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Student Exchange Agreement: Beihang UniversityChinaNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: East China Normal UniversityChinaNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: East China Normal UniversityChinaNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: East China Normal UniversityChinaNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: City University of Hong KongChinaNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of Hong KongChinaNo Content:
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MOU: Beihang UniversityChinaNo Content: MOU initiated by the Faculty of Engineering.
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Agreement: Beijing International Studies UniversityChinaNo Content: Student transfer and articulation.
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MOU/Joint Scholarship Program: China Scholarship Council (CSC)ChinaNo Content: University of Victoria and China Scholarship Council Joint Scholarship Program to support outstanding Chinese students to pursue graduate studies at the University of Victoria.
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MOU: Institute of Electrical Engineering, Chinese Academy of SciencesChinaNo Content: MOU initiated by the Faculty of Engineering.
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MOU: East China Normal UniversityChinaNo Content:
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MOU: East China Normal University (School of Education Science)ChinaNo Content:
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MOU: No. 2 Secondary School Attached to East China Normal UniversityChinaNo Content: MOU initiated by Student Recruitment
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Agreement: East China University of Science and Technology (Study abroad)ChinaNo Content:
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MOU: Guangzhou Academy of Fine ArtsChinaNo Content: MOU initiated by the Faculty of Fine Arts
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MOU: Mingde SchoolChinaNo Content: MOU initiated by Student Recruitment
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MOU: National Ocean Technology Centre, State Oceanic AdministrationChinaNo Content:
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MOU: Shanghai University of Electric PowerChinaNo Content: MOU initiated by the Faculty of Engineering and Student Recruitment
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Agreement: Shanghai University of Finance and EconomicsChinaNo Content:
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Agreement: Soochow UniversityChinaNo Content: Student transfer and articulation
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MOU: South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of ScienceChinaNo Content:
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MOU: Tanghu High SchoolChinaNo Content: Initiated by Student Recruitment
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MOU: Union of Northern International UniversitiesChinaNo Content:
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MOU: Yunnan UniversityChinaNo Content:
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MOU: Hong Kong Institute of GerontologyChinaNo Content:
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Agreement: Lingnan UniversityChinaNo Content: Student transfer and articulation
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MOU: University of Hong KongChinaNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and City University of Hong Kong, Hong KongChinaNo Content:
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Study Abroad: East China Normal University ProgramChinaNo Content: Gain language and cultural competencies by studying abroad for one year.
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MOU: Beijing Jiatong UniversityChinaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Electrical EngineeringChinaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Dongguan Institute of TechnologyChinaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Harbin Institute of TechnologyChinaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Harbin University of Science and TechnologyChinaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Shandong UniversityChinaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Southeast UniversityChinaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Sun Yat Sen University, Lingnan CollegeChinaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Wuji UniversityChinaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Yanbian UniversityChinaNo Content:
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI): Internships in Vietnam, the Philippines and IndiaIndiaNo Content: Internships in Vietnam, the Philippines and India.
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI): Internships in Vietnam, the Philippines and IndiaPhilippinesNo Content: Internships in Vietnam, the Philippines and India.
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Internships: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI): Internships in Vietnam, the Philippines and IndiaVietnamNo Content: Internships in Vietnam, the Philippines and India.
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Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsIndiaNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Research: Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA): Connections through community-based research (Hall, Tandon)IndiaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Rajesh Tandon
Secondary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsUgandaNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsUnited StatesNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsCanadaNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsUnited KingdomNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsNetherlandsNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
Secondary lead:
Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsIrelandNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
Secondary lead:
Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsArgentinaNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsBrazilNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsJordanNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsSouth AfricaNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
Research: Strengthening Community-University Research PartnershipsIndonesiaNo Content: Sourced from the Impact Case Study: A global study of effective institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnership between community groups and universities. 'Strengthening Community-University Research Partnerships' is a global study of institutional arrangements for the facilitation and support of research partnerships between community groups and universities. Our ability to benefit from the promises of drawing the resources of universities further into the solution of community problems, on their terms, depends in part on our answers to several questions: • What are the institutional arrangements and processes that show the most promise in facilitating effective, respectful and impactful community university research partnerships? • What are the institutional policies needed to mainstream CBR? • What are the most promising policies that national governments and funding bodies could implement to improve the quality of CBR and create effective structures and processes? To answer these questions we carried out five steps: 1) a global survey; 2) case studies; 3) systematization process; 4) knowledge dissemination; 5) policy dialogues. The deliverables include recommendations for the future development of the field shared on virtual platforms of the UNESCO Chair and through regional policy dialogues, development of targeted policy briefs, a practical e-handbook on best practices and an e-book on the theory and practices of facilitating community university partnerships. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: Office of Community-University Engagement
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Indian Institute of Management, IndiaIndiaNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
MOU: Nalsar University of LawIndiaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: West Bengal National University of Juridical SciencesIndiaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA)IndiaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
Secondary lead: Dr. Rajesh Tandon
Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: University of CalcuttaIndiaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Training the next generation of community-engaged researchers.IndiaYes Content: Grant: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Partnership Development Grants (SSHRC-PDG)
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education website
MOU: Between UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education and Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA)IndiaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
Secondary lead: Dr. Rajesh Tandon
Resource: UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education website
MOU: Global University Network for Innovation (GUNi) and UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher EducationIndiaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Budd Hall
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Resource: UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Gadjah Mada University, IndonesiaIndonesiaNo Content:
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MOU: Gadjah Mada UniversityIndonesiaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Ganesha University of EducationIndonesiaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and The Hebrew University, IsraelIsraelNo Content:
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Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANSAM-COOP (Canada-South America): Chile—SantiagoSantiago, ChileNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: If you speak Spanish (minimal Spanish is acceptable), you're encouraged to apply for work term opportunities in Santiago that are organized through our partner institution, Universidad de Desorrolo (UDD). These four-month work terms will help you develop your Spanish language skills and intercultural competencies. What is CANEU-COOP?CANSAM-COOP (Canada South America Co-op) offers opportunities in Brazil and Chile.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANSAM-COOP (Canada-South America): Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)—BrazilSão Paulo, BrazilNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: You can apply to take part in this exchange to complete a research-oriented co-op work term on one of the UNESP campuses in Brazil. You application should include an expression of interest indicating your areas of research interest and the contributions you can make to the research. Applications are then matched with interested faculty members at UNESP. Applications are accepted in May every year for fall work terms. Successful students are also eligible for the Mitacs Globalink Research Award (up to $5,000). What is CANEU-COOP? CANSAM-COOP (Canada South America Co-op) offers opportunities in Brazil and Chile.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Akita International University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Kwansei Gakuin University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Meiji University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Ritsumeikan University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Rikkyo University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Sophia University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Waseda University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANCOM-COOP (Canada-Commonwealth): Indigenous Student Exchange—AustraliaNewcastle, New South Wales, AustraliaYes Content: Photo above: Jackson McDermott (right) and Tami Schiefelbein (left) students who participated in the Indigenous Student Exchange. Sourced from website (Co-op and Career): If you're an Indigenous co-op student, you may be able to travel to the University of Newcastle (UON) in Australia for a fall co-op work term. In exchange, a student from UON will participate in UVic's LE,NONET program from September to January, including a community internship. The exchange, which is now in its third year, is the result of a partnership between the Wollotuka Institute and the First Peoples House at UVic, both of which are Indigenous-focused offices working within universities. It’s believed to be the only international Indigenous-to-Indigenous exchange of its kind. The work exchange saw the students take on a variety of projects within the Wollotuka Institute and in the community. Development of the Indigenous International WIL program was made possible with funding from the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships program, a partnership between Universities Canada, the Rideau Hall Foundation and Community Foundations of Canada, with financial support from the Government of Canada, provincial governments and the private sector. Read more about this exchange: https://www.uvic.ca/ring/news/experiential/2017+indigenous-coop-exchange+ring
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANCOM-COOP (Canada-Commonwealth): Australia—Indigenous Student ExchangeNewcastle, New South Wales, AustraliaYes Content: Photo above: Jackson McDermott (right) and Tami Schiefelbein (left) students who participated in the Indigenous Student Exchange. Sourced from website (Co-op and Career): If you're an Indigenous co-op student, you may be able to travel to the University of Newcastle (UON) in Australia for a fall co-op work term. In exchange, a student from UON will participate in UVic's LE,NONET program from September to January, including a community internship. The exchange, which is now in its third year, is the result of a partnership between the Wollotuka Institute and the First Peoples House at UVic, both of which are Indigenous-focused offices working within universities. It’s believed to be the only international Indigenous-to-Indigenous exchange of its kind. The work exchange saw the students take on a variety of projects within the Wollotuka Institute and in the community. Development of the Indigenous International WIL program was made possible with funding from the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships program, a partnership between Universities Canada, the Rideau Hall Foundation and Community Foundations of Canada, with financial support from the Government of Canada, provincial governments and the private sector. Read more about this exchange: https://www.uvic.ca/ring/news/experiential/2017+indigenous-coop-exchange+ring
Primary lead: Lalita Kines
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: Europe: Juno Beach Centre Association—FranceJuno Beach, Normandy, FranceNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANASIA-COOP (Canada-Asia): Kyoto Sangyo University—JapanKyoto, Kyoto, JapanNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: If you're studying business, social sciences, humanities or fine arts, you can apply for this opportunity to work at Kyoto Sangyo University’s Co-operative Education Program, where you'll support this newly established co-op program with several initiatives. Japanese language skills are an asset and students in the Pacific and Asian Studies program are especially encouraged to apply.Work terms take place from January to April each year.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Summer Program: Japanese Language Summer Program at Konan UniversityJapanNo Content: 6 weeks of study in Kobe, Japan.
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Research: Landscapes of InjusticeJapanNo Content: A multi-partner research project exploring Japanese-Canadians during World War II.
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Resource: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) website
Student Exchange Agreement: Aoyama Gakuin UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Aoyama Gakuin UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Aoyama Gakuin UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Doshisha Women’s College of Liberal ArtsJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Konan UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Konan UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Konan UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Nara Prefectural UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Nara Prefectural UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Nara Prefectural UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Sapporo International UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Seikei UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Seikei UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Seikei UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Tokyo University of Marine Science and TechnologyJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Tokyo University of Marine Science and TechnologyJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Tokyo University of Marine Science and TechnologyJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of TokyoJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of TokyoJapanNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of TokyoJapanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Study Abroad Agreement: Konan UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Musashino UniversityJapanNo Content:
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MOU: Nagoya University Graduate School of Law and School of LawJapanNo Content:
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MOU: Nara Prefectural UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Notre Dame Seishin UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Notre Dame Seishin UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Notre Dame Seishin UniversityJapanNo Content:
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MOU: Obirin UniversityJapanNo Content:
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MOU: Osaka Koku UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Osaka Kyoiku UniversityJapanNo Content:
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Internship: Japan Internship with CITYNET Yokohama Project Office (CYO)JapanNo Content:
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Continuing Studies Partner: International Christian University (Freshman), JapanJapanNo Content:
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Continuing Studies Partner: Hokkaido Bunkyo University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Continuing Studies Partner: Konan University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Aichi Gakuin University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Kanagawa University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Kawasaki University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Kobe Shoin University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement : Continuing Studies and Matsuyama University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Musashino University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Notre Dame Seishin University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Osaka City University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Okayama University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Rikkyo University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Rissho University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Seikei University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Tama University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Tokoha Gakuin University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Tokyo International University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Toyo Eiwa University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Toyo University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Waseda University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Yasuda University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Yokohama University, JapanJapanNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: NTT Software CorporationJapanNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific UniversityJapanNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Yonsei University, South KoreaSouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Seoul National University, South KoreaSouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Sungkyunkwan University, South KoreaSouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Student Exchange Agreement: Pukyong National UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Yonsei UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Hanyang UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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Agreement: Kookmin UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content: Student Transfer and articulation.
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Agreement: Kookmin UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content: Student Transfer and articulation.
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Agreement: Kookmin UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content: Student Transfer and articulation.
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Pukyong National UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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MOU: Pyeongtaek UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Study Abroad Agreement: University of SeoulSouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Study Abroad Agreement: University of SeoulSouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Study Abroad Agreement: University of SeoulSouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Yonsei UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Continuing Studies Partner: Mokwon University, South KoreaSouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Continuing Studies - MOU List Nov. 2015
Continuing Studies Partner: Sangji University, South KoreaSouth KoreaNo Content:
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Resource: Continuing Studies - MOU List Nov. 2015
MOU: International Partners: Chungbuk National UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Duksung UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Soongsil UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Taejon UniversitySouth KoreaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Universiti Sains Malaysia, MalaysiaMalaysiaNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of Malaya, MalaysiaMalaysiaNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Student Exchange Agreement: Malaysia Multimedia UniversityMalaysiaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: International Partners: Sepang Institute of TechnologyMalaysiaNo Content:
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Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANASIA-COOP (Canada-Asia): Tokyo University of Marine Sciences—JapanTokyo, Musashi, JapanNo Content: Sourced from website (Co-op and Career): If you're studying physics or biology, you could embark on this exciting research work term through TUMSAT (https://www.kaiyodai.ac.jp/english/) to conduct physical and biological oceanography research. There is an emphasis on oceanographic data analysis (involving computing) and sometimes an opportunity to participate in an ocean-going research cruise. You'll also help with English language training as part of your work term experience. Work terms through this exchange are offered in one or two terms per year.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANEU-COOP (Canada-Europe): Université de Valenciennes—FranceFamars, Hauts de France , FranceNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Kinesiology and engineering co-op students can complete a research-oriented work term at Université de Valenciennes in France. Students selected for this opportunity may qualify for the Mitacs Globalink Research Award – Campus France ($5,000).What is CANEU-COOP?CANEU-COOP (Canada Europe Co-op) offers opportunities in Austria, Germany, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Ateneo de Manila University, PhilippinesPhilippinesNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Nanyang Technological University, SingaporeSingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and National University of Singapore, SingaporeSingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Singapore Management University, SingaporeSingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Student Exchange Agreement: Nanyang Technological UniversitySingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Nanyang Technological UniversitySingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Nanyang Technological UniversitySingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: National University of SingaporeSingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: National University of SingaporeSingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: National University of SingaporeSingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: National University of SingaporeSingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Nanyang Technological UniversitySingaporeNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and National Sun Yat-sen University, TaiwanTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and National Taiwan University, TaiwanTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
NSYSU Summer Exchange Program (National Sun Yat-Sen University) in Kaohsiung, Taiwan for 4-6 weeks of studyTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Department of Pacific and Asian Studies website
Student Exchange Agreement: Fu Jen Catholic UniversityTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: National Sun Yat-sen UniversityTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: National Taiwan UniversityTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: National Chengchi UniversityTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: National Sun Yat-sen UniversityTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: National Taiwan UniversityTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Continuing Studies Partner: Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, TaiwanTaiwanNo Content:
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Resource: Continuing Studies - MOU List Nov. 2015
MOU: International Partners: National Taichung Institute of TechnologyTaiwanNo Content:
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Co-operative Education Work Terms: Europe: University of Surrey—United KingdomUnited KingdomNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Chulalongkorn University, ThailandThailandNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Mahidol University, ThailandThailandNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Thammasat University, ThailandThailandNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Student Exchange Agreement: Bangkok UniversityThailandNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Chulalongkorn UniversityThailandNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Mahidol UniversityThailandNo Content:
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MOU: Bangkok UniversityThailandNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Burapha UniversityThailandNo Content:
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MOU: Chulabhorn Research InstituteThailandNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Huachiew Chalermprakiet UniversityThailandNo Content:
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MOU: Kasetsart UniversityThailandNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Silpakorn UniversityThailandNo Content:
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MOU: Thammasat UniversityThailandNo Content:
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Thai Legal Internship at The Karenni Social Development Centre in ThailandThailandNo Content: Six month position
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Resource: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives (CAPI) website
Program Agreement: Continuing Studies and Chiang Rai Rajabat University, ThailandThailandNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Khon Kaen UniversityThailandNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA)ThailandNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Bogazici University, TurkeyTurkeyNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Koc University, TurkeyTurkeyNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Bilkent UniversityTurkeyNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and American University of Sharjah, United Arab EmiratesTurkeyNo Content:
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MOU International Partners: Abu Dhabi UniversityUnited Arab Emirates No Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Foreign Trade University, VietnamVietnamNo Content:
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MOU: Ministry of Justice and Law University of HanoiVietnamNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: Ministry of Justice and Law University of HanoiVietnamNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANCOM-COOP (Canada-Commonwealth): University of Waikato—New ZealandNew ZealandNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: If you're studying science or engineering, you could apply for a work term arranged by the University of Waikato in New Zealand. The work term could be either an industry placement or a research placement at the university. Placements will be four months or longer, with a preference for placements of eight to 12 months.What is CANCOM-COOP?CANCOM-COOP (Canada-Commonwealth Co-op) helps students become global-ready graduates through science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)-based work terms in Australia, New Zealand, and Africa. Scholarhips are provided through Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships. The Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships program is a joint initiative of the Rideau Hall Foundation, Community Foundations of Canada and the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada. It was created through unique contributions from the Government of Canada, provincial governments, the private sector and individuals worldwide.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Johannes Kepler University, AustriaAustriaNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Vienna University of Economics and Business, AustriaAustriaNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University for Health Informatics and Technology TyrolAustriaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: University for Health Informatics and Technology TyrolAustriaNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
MOU: International Partners: Wirtschafts Universitat WienAustriaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Louvain School of Management, BelgiumBelgiumNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Université libre de BruxellesBelgiumNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Masaryk University, Czech RepublicCzech RepublicNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of Economics, Czech RepublicCzech RepublicNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: Copenhagen Business School, DenmarkDenmarkNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Student Exchange Agreement: University of CopenhagenDenmarkNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of CopenhagenDenmarkNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of CopenhagenDenmarkNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of CopenhagenDenmarkNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University College UCCDenmarkNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University College UCCDenmarkNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of AarhusDenmarkNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of AarhusDenmarkNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of AarhusDenmarkNo Content:
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MOU: University College UCCDenmarkNo Content:
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Co-operative Education Work Terms: CANASIA-COOP (Canada-Asia): Western Digital—ThailandThailandNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Depending on your academic program, you may be able to secure a co-op work term with Western Digital (Thailand).- If you're studying engineering or business, positions for the Fall term (September to December) are posted on Learning In Motion in April.- If you're studying another program, you may still apply. In your application, describe the competencies you can contribute to the organization.This opportunity is part of the World Association for Co-operative Education’s Co-operative and Work Integrated Exchange program (WACE-CWIE) program, and includes a partnership with multiple universities in Thailand.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Research: Viable business & institutional change within the context of sustainabilityEuropeNo Content: With colleagues in Europe, North America, Australia.
Primary lead: Dr. Monika Winn
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Research: Viable business & institutional change within the context of sustainabilityNorth AmericaNo Content: With colleagues in Europe, North America, Australia.
Primary lead: Dr. Monika Winn
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Research: Viable business & institutional change within the context of sustainabilityAustraliaNo Content: With colleagues in Europe, North America, Australia.
Primary lead: Dr. Monika Winn
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Aalto University, FinlandFinlandNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Student Exchange Agreement: Abo Akademi UniversityFinlandNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of LaplandFinlandNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of TampereFinlandNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of TampereFinlandNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of TampereFinlandNo Content:
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Course: Field School: Medieval Studies 495FranceNo Content: Medieval Studies topics with first hand experience at sites in France
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Co-operative Education Work Terms: AsiaAsiaNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year! Work terms occur in many countries in the continent of Asia.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: EuropeEuropeNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year! Work terms occur in many countries in the continent of Europe.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—AlbertaAlberta, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—British ColumbiaBritish Columbia, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—ManitobaManitoba, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—New BrunswickNew Brunswick, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—Prince Edward IslandPrince Edward Island, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—QuebecQuebec, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—SaskatchewanSaskatchewan, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—YukonYukon, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: United StatesUnited StatesNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: Australia/Oceania: AustraliaAustraliaNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: Australia/Oceania: New ZealandNew ZealandNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North AmericaNorth AmericaNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: AfricaAfricaNo Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year! Work terms occur in many countries in the continent of Africa.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services, Office of the Director
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—Newfoundland and LabradorNewfoundland and Labrador, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—Nova ScotiaNova Scotia, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—Northwest TerritoriesNorthwest Territories, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—NunavutNunavut, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
Co-operative Education Work Terms: North America: Canada—OntarioOntario, CanadaYes Content: Details from Co-op + Career website: Through co-operative education (co-op), students alternate terms in class with paid co-op work terms in jobs related to their field of study. More than a third of UVic students participate in co-op—we oversee over 3,200 placements each year!
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Co-operative Education Program and Career Services website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Audencia School of Management, FranceFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: EDHEC, FranceFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and ENPC, FranceFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: ESSEC, FranceFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: Grenoble Ecole de Management, FranceFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and NEOMA Business School, FranceFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: SKEMA, FranceFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: Toulouse Business School, FranceFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: Rouen Business School, FranceFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
Course: Field school: Victoria in Paris (VIP)FranceNo Content:
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Resource: Department of French website
Student Exchange Agreement: Institut d'Etudes Politiques de LilleFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po)FranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Université d'Avignon et des Pays de VaucluseFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Université d'Avignon et des Pays de VaucluseFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Université d'Avignon et des Pays de VaucluseFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of NantesFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of NantesFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of NantesFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Universite de la Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris IIIFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of ValenciennesFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of ValenciennesFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of ValenciennesFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier IIIFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier IIIFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier IIIFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of Toulouse II-Le MirailFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Student Exchange Agreement: University of Toulouse II-Le MirailFranceNo Content:
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Resource: Global Engagement Office - Agreements 2015
Faculty Exchange Agreement: University of ToulouseFranceNo Content:
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Internship: Language Assistant ProgramFranceNo Content: Teach English in France at a middle school or high school (7 months)
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MOU: International Partners: Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-CambresisFranceNo Content:
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Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: HHL Graduate School of Management, GermanyGermanyNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of Cologne, GermanyGermanyNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of Mannheim, GermanyGermanyNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, GermanyGermanyNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Freie Universität BerlinGermanyNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat MunchenGermanyNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Philipps Universitaet MarburgGermanyNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of OsnabruckGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule AugsburgGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule AugsburgGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Hochschule AugsburgGermanyNo Content:
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MOU: Carl von Ossietzky Universitat OldeburgGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Deggendorf University of Applied SciencesGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Deggendorf University of Applied SciencesGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Deggendorf University of Applied SciencesGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: European University ViadrinaGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: European University ViadrinaGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: European University ViadrinaGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Frankfurt School of Finance and Management GmbHGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Frankfurt School of Finance and Management GmbHGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Frankfurt School of Finance and Management GmbHGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Nordakademie Hoshschule der WirtschaftGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Nordakademie Hoshschule der WirtschaftGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Nordakademie Hoshschule der WirtschaftGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Technische Universitat DortmundGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Technische Universitat DortmundGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Technische Universitat DortmundGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Bergische Universitat WuppertalGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Bergische Universitat WuppertalGermanyNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Bergische Universitat WuppertalGermanyNo Content:
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Agreement: IEC Online GmbH - International Education CentreGermanyNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Berufsakademie HeidenheimGermanyNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Dual Hochschule Baden-Wurttemberg Heidenheim/LoerrachGermanyNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Ernst Mortiz Arndt University of GriefswaldGermanyNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Fachbereich Wirtschaft of Fachhochschule BielefeldGermanyNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Leipzig Graduate School of ManagementGermanyNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Witten/Herdecke UniversityGermanyNo Content:
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Course: Field school: The Eastern Boeotia Archaeological ProjectGreeceNo Content: Travel to an unexplored settlement in Greece and participate in field work
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of Pecs, HungaryHungaryNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Corvinus University of Budapest, HungaryHungaryNo Content:
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Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: Reykjavik University, IcelandIcelandNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of IcelandIcelandNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of IcelandIcelandNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of IcelandIcelandNo Content:
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Student and Faculty Exchange Agreement: University of LimerickIrelandNo Content:
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Partnership: Institute for Studies and Innovation in Community University Engagement (ISICUE) Partnership with Community Knowledge Initiative (National University in Galway)IrelandNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Lenora Marcellus
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Resource: Institute for Studies and Innovation in Community University Engagement (ISICUE)
Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: Bocconi University, ItalyItalyNo Content:
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Resource: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business website
MOU: Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi AvanzatiItalyNo Content:
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MOU: National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology and National Research CouncilItalyNo Content:
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Exchange: Universita di Urbino: Experience Italian culture while studying abroad (4 weeks)ItalyNo Content:
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Exchange: ITAL 204: Present a project based on the experience of living internationallyItalyNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: University of LuxembourgLuxembourgNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Maastricht UniversityNetherlandsNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Tilburg UniversityNetherlandsNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Utrecht UniversityNetherlandsNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Utrecht UniversityNetherlandsNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Utrecht UniversityNetherlandsNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Utrecht UniversityNetherlandsNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Maastricht UniversityNetherlandsNo Content:
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MOU: Utrecht UniversityNetherlandsNo Content:
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Exchange: Law Student Exchange: Vrije University, AmsterdamNetherlandsNo Content: Teaching and research activities
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Norwegian School of Economics NHHNorwayNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Norwegian School of Management BINorwayNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Erstatter ved Hogskolen I BergenNorwayNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: University of AgderNorwayNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: University of AgderNorwayNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: University of AgderNorwayNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Oslo and Akershua University College of Applied SciencesNorwayNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Oslo and Akershua University College of Applied SciencesNorwayNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: Oslo and Akershua University College of Applied SciencesNorwayNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: University of BergenNorwayNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: University of BergenNorwayNo Content:
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Study Abroad Agreement: University of BergenNorwayNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: University of OsloNorwayNo Content:
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Co-operative Education Work Terms: Europe: Poland—Auschwitz-Birkenau State MuseumOświęcim, PolandNo Content: Details from the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies website: In collaboration with the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies, UVic Co‐op + Career is offering a summer co‐op placement for students at the Auschwitz‐Birkenau State Museum, from May to August. The Auschwitz‐Birkenau State Museum is a memorial and museum in Oświęcim (German: Auschwitz), Poland, which includes the German concentration camps Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II Birkenau. It is devoted to the memory of the murders in both camps during World War II. The museum performs several tasks, among them research into the Holocaust.
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Co-operative Education Work Terms: Europe: Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum—PolandOświęcim, PolandNo Content: Details from the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies website: In collaboration with the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies, UVic Co‐op + Career is offering a summer co‐op placement for students at the Auschwitz‐Birkenau State Museum, from May to August. The Auschwitz‐Birkenau State Museum is a memorial and museum in Oświęcim (German: Auschwitz), Poland, which includes the German concentration camps Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II Birkenau. It is devoted to the memory of the murders in both camps during World War II. The museum performs several tasks, among them research into the Holocaust.
Primary lead: Dr. Norah McRae
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Resource: Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies website
International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Cracow University of EconomicsNorwayNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Kozminski University, PolandPolandNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Crakow University of TechnologyPolandNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Universidade Catolica Portuguesa, PortugalPortugal No Content:
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Gustavson School of Business International Partnership: Universidade Nova de Lisboa, PortugalPortugal No Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Instituto Superior TecnicoPortugal No Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Moscow State UniversityRussiaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of Ljubljana, SloveniaSloveniaNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, SpainSpainNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and IE University, SpainSpainNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Universidad de AlcaláSpainNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Universidad de AlcaláSpainNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Universidad de AlcaláSpainNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Universidad de OviedoSpainNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Universidad de OviedoSpainNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Universidad de OviedoSpainNo Content:
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MOU: Global University Network for Innovation (GUNi) and UNESCO Chair in Community-Based ResearchSpainNo Content:
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Course: Nursing 481SwedenNo Content: Complete a theory elective in Health Improvements at a university in Sweden
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Exchange: Jonkoping University in SwedenSwedenNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Jonkoping International Business School, SwedenSwedenNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and Stockholm Business School, SwedenSwedenNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of Gothenburg, SwedenSwedenNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Orebro UniversitySwedenNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Uppsala UniversitySwedenNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Uppsala UniversitySwedenNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Uppsala UniversitySwedenNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Jonkoping UniversitySwedenNo Content:
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MOU: University College of Health SciencesSwedenNo Content: MOU initiated by the Faculty of Human and Social Development.
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MOU: International Partners: Jonkoping University, School of Health SciencesSwedenNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners: Linkoping UniversitySwedenNo Content:
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MOU: International Partners Stockholm University School of BusinessSwedenNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of St. GallenSwitzerlandNo Content:
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International Partnership: Peter B. Gustavson School of Business and University of Zurich, SwitzerlandSwitzerlandNo Content:
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MOU: Petro Mohyla Black Sea State UniversityUkraineNo Content:
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Exchange partner university: Canterbury Christ Church UniversityUnited KingdomNo Content:
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Exchange partner university: University of ExeterCanterbury, United KingdomNo Content:
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Exchange partner university: University of LeedsLeeds, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of East AngliaNorwich, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of East AngliaNorwich, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of East AngliaNorwich, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of EssexColchester, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of EssexColchester, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of EssexColchester, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of KeeleNewcastle, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of KeeleNewcastle, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of KeeleNewcastle, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of PlymouthPlymouth, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of AberdeenAberdeen, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of StirlingStirling, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of StrathclydeGlasgow, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of StrathclydeGlasgow, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of StrathclydeGlasgow, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: Swansea UniversitySwansea, United KingdomNo Content:
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Student Exchange Agreement: University of Wales AberystwythAberystwyth, United KingdomNo Content:
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MOU: New England UniversityUnited KingdomNo Content:
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MOU: City UniversityUnited KingdomNo Content:
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MOU: St. Peter’s College, Oxford and Oxford Intellectual Property Research CentreOxford , United KingdomNo Content:
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Partnership: National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) / Engaged Practitioners Learning Exchange (UK)United KingdomNo Content:
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Partnership: National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) / Engaged Practitioners Learning Exchange (UK)Vancouver Island, British Columbia, CanadaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Lenora Marcellus
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Collaborating Centre: Sheffield Alcohol Research Group, (SARG), School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield, UKSheffield, United KingdomNo Content:
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Resource: Centre for Addictions Research of BC (CARBC) website
Internship: OdysseyCanadaNo Content: Gain bilingual, paid, professional work experience in a Canadian school (9 mo.)
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Research: Borders in Globalization (BIG)CanadaNo Content: Details from Centre for Global Studies website: Borders in Globalization (BIG) is a 7-year international research collaboration led by Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly. The project will explore the understanding of borders—real, remote and virtual—in the 21st century. BIG creates a partnership involving 23 universities and 34 non-academic partners from Canada, the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. It is funded through a $2.3-million Partnership Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), as well as $1.4 million from project partners.The partnership will promote excellence in border studies, create new policy and fosters knowledge transfer in order to address globalizing forces of security, trade and migration flows, and to understand the challenges of technologies, self-determination and regionalization around the world that are affecting borders and borderlands. Learn more: http://www.biglobalization.org/
Primary lead: Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly
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Resource: Centre for Global Studies website
Research: Borders in Globalization (BIG)United StatesNo Content: Details from Centre for Global Studies website: Borders in Globalization (BIG) is a 7-year international research collaboration led by Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly. The project will explore the understanding of borders—real, remote and virtual—in the 21st century. BIG creates a partnership involving 23 universities and 34 non-academic partners from Canada, the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. It is funded through a $2.3-million Partnership Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), as well as $1.4 million from project partners.The partnership will promote excellence in border studies, create new policy and fosters knowledge transfer in order to address globalizing forces of security, trade and migration flows, and to understand the challenges of technologies, self-determination and regionalization around the world that are affecting borders and borderlands. Learn more: http://www.biglobalization.org/
Primary lead: Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly
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Resource: Centre for Global Studies website
Research: Borders in Globalization (BIG)EuropeNo Content: Details from Centre for Global Studies website: Borders in Globalization (BIG) is a 7-year international research collaboration led by Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly. The project will explore the understanding of borders—real, remote and virtual—in the 21st century. BIG creates a partnership involving 23 universities and 34 non-academic partners from Canada, the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. It is funded through a $2.3-million Partnership Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), as well as $1.4 million from project partners. The partnership will promote excellence in border studies, create new policy and fosters knowledge transfer in order to address globalizing forces of security, trade and migration flows, and to understand the challenges of technologies, self-determination and regionalization around the world that are affecting borders and borderlands. Learn more: http://www.biglobalization.org/
Primary lead: Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly
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Resource: Centre for Global Studies website
Research: Borders in Globalization (BIG)AsiaNo Content: Details from Centre for Global Studies website: Borders in Globalization (BIG) is a 7-year international research collaboration led by Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly. The project will explore the understanding of borders—real, remote and virtual—in the 21st century. BIG creates a partnership involving 23 universities and 34 non-academic partners from Canada, the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. It is funded through a $2.3-million Partnership Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), as well as $1.4 million from project partners. The partnership will promote excellence in border studies, create new policy and fosters knowledge transfer in order to address globalizing forces of security, trade and migration flows, and to understand the challenges of technologies, self-determination and regionalization around the world that are affecting borders and borderlands. Learn more: http://www.biglobalization.org/
Primary lead: Dr. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly
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Research: The Possibilities and Challenges of a Place-based Approach to Strengthening Urban Communities: A Case Study of Neighbourhood Houses in VancouverVancouver, British Columbia, CanadaNo Content: From research project website: The Neighbourhood Houses in Metro Vancouver (NHiMV) Project, which is officially known as “The Possibilities and Challenges of a Place-based Approach to Strengthening Urban Communities: A Case Study of Neighbourhood Houses in Vancouver” project, is a four-year project funded by SSHRC Insight Grant program. It is a university-community collaboration to examine neighbourhood houses, a long-standing form of place-based third sector non-profit organizations, which is historically connected to the Settlement House movement in the Progressive Era. The Project Advisory Committee, which comprises of researchers from the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University and University of Victoria, and members from neighbourhood houses in Metro Vancouver, will use this online platform to regularly update information of the progress and findings of the project for individuals who are interested in this project as well as the development of NHs. Read more here: http://nhvproject.ca/
Primary lead: Dr. Oliver Schmidtke
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Research: Volunteer Drivers in the Greater Victoria AreaVictoria, British Columbia, CanadaNo Content: Sourced from Impact Case Study: Enhancing the quality of life for seniors requiring volunteer transportation in the local community. Transportation has been identified as an issue for some older adults and persons with disabilities. People with significant health challenges may require "supportive transportation" that includes assistance outside the vehicle (e.g., escorting the person into their destination, waiting with the person at the destination). One way such support is offered within the Greater Victoria area is through service organizations that provide volunteer divers. Volunteers were interviewed regarding their experiences including the positive and negative aspects of their involvement, and recommended ways to attract new volunteers. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Holly Tuokko
Secondary lead: Dr. Vincenza Guppuso
Resource: Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health (IALH) website
Research: Hulitan Culturally Appropriate Parenting Skills AssessmentBritish Columbia, CanadaYes Content: Details from CIRCLE website: This research project will be done in partnership with the Hulitan Family and Community Services Society of Victoria, BC (Hulitan). Hulitan is aware that the urban communities are comprised of many different Nations, therefore respects and values the traditional teachings of all Aboriginal people. Hulitan is mandated to provide the Kwen’an’latel Intensive Parenting Program for Aboriginal parents/caregivers who have had their children taken into foster care by the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD). This program was designed specifically by the local Aboriginal community and is the first and only urban Aboriginal parenting program in the Greater Victoria area to be mandated by MCFD.
Primary lead: Dr. Charlotte Loppie
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Resource: Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement (CIRCLE) website
Research: Rainy Day Solutions: Enhancing Rain Gardens as Bioengineering Strategies in Municipal Stormwater ManagementVictoria, British Columbia, CanadaNo Content: Sourced from Impact Case Study: Connecting children and students with nature and cleaner water quality in streams. This research had two main areas of focus: 1) sustainable urban stormwater management and, 2) the improvement of school grounds to be more nurturing learning environments. The research looked specifically at stormwater management systems on school grounds for demonstrating sustainable water management and functioning natural systems in addition to the creation of outdoor learning environments where activated, experience based education and play can take place. Urban stormwater management is undergoing change on an international level as municipalities seek solution to aging, under performing and expensive infrastructure. Read more about the project here. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research project scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. Valentin Schaefer
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Resource: Office of Research website
Digitizing five historical charge ledgersVictoria, British Columbia, CanadaNo Content: Sourced from website (University of Victoria Libraries): The Digitization Centre at the University of Victoria Libraries supports the production and delivery of a large array of online digital collections. Our staff have expertise in digitizing a variety of media including books, manuscripts, photographs, artwork, microforms, maps, posters, slides, and audiovisual resources. We work with the library’s cataloguing unit to apply standardized metadata that ensures high visibility in search engines and scholarly indexes. UVic Libraries have a strong commitment to public access. The vast majority of our digitized collections are freely and openly available for research, teaching exploration, use, and study. The Libraries’ Digitization Centre has partnered on a number of successful grant applications. We welcome collaborations with faculty, students, and community partners.
Primary lead: Lara Wilson
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Resource: University of Victoria Libraries website
Research: Removal, Transitions and Trauma: Retrospective Perspectives of Children and Youth, and International Best Practices on Transition ManagementVictoria, British Columbia, CanadaNo Content: Sourced from Impact Case Study: This study was funded through the Ministry of Children and Family Development’s (MCFD) Shared Research Agenda funding through a sponsored research agreement with the University of Victoria. The purpose of this project was to respond to research questions related to Removal, Transitions and Trauma involving children, youth in care and their families: • What are the children and youth’s retrospective reflections about what was difficult, helpful, traumatizing or supportive? • How do we manage transitions in a way that does not further traumatize and harm? What are transition practices that enhance the likelihood of success? To answer these questions, this research project utilized semi-structured interviews with 20 former youth in care, between the ages of 19-24 years, on Vancouver Island, BC and conducted a review of the North American and international literature in the areas of removal, transitions and trauma in child welfare practice. The data obtained through interviewing were rich and descriptive, providing insights into the lived experiences of removal, transitions and trauma of former youth in care. The literature review revealed a significant gap in published research on removal and transition management. While the issue of leaving care has been the focus of many studies, few articles and books have been centered on the particular foci of this study. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research roject scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. James Anglin
Secondary lead: Angela Scott
Resource: School of Child and Youth Care website
Research: Removal, Transitions and Trauma: Retrospective Perspectives of Children and Youth, and International Best Practices on Transition ManagementNanaimo, British Columbia, CanadaNo Content: Sourced from Impact Case Study: This study was funded through the Ministry of Children and Family Development’s (MCFD) Shared Research Agenda funding through a sponsored research agreement with the University of Victoria. The purpose of this project was to respond to research questions related to Removal, Transitions and Trauma involving children, youth in care and their families: • What are the children and youth’s retrospective reflections about what was difficult, helpful, traumatizing or supportive? • How do we manage transitions in a way that does not further traumatize and harm? What are transition practices that enhance the likelihood of success? To answer these questions, this research project utilized semi-structured interviews with 20 former youth in care, between the ages of 19-24 years, on Vancouver Island, BC and conducted a review of the North American and international literature in the areas of removal, transitions and trauma in child welfare practice. The data obtained through interviewing were rich and descriptive, providing insights into the lived experiences of removal, transitions and trauma of former youth in care. The literature review revealed a significant gap in published research on removal and transition management. While the issue of leaving care has been the focus of many studies, few articles and books have been centered on the particular foci of this study. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research roject scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. James Anglin
Secondary lead: Angela Scott
Resource: School of Child and Youth Care website
Research: Removal, Transitions and Trauma: Retrospective Perspectives of Children and Youth, and International Best Practices on Transition ManagementDuncan, British Columbia, CanadaNo Content: Sourced from Impact Case Study: This study was funded through the Ministry of Children and Family Development’s (MCFD) Shared Research Agenda funding through a sponsored research agreement with the University of Victoria. The purpose of this project was to respond to research questions related to Removal, Transitions and Trauma involving children, youth in care and their families: • What are the children and youth’s retrospective reflections about what was difficult, helpful, traumatizing or supportive? • How do we manage transitions in a way that does not further traumatize and harm? What are transition practices that enhance the likelihood of success? To answer these questions, this research project utilized semi-structured interviews with 20 former youth in care, between the ages of 19-24 years, on Vancouver Island, BC and conducted a review of the North American and international literature in the areas of removal, transitions and trauma in child welfare practice. The data obtained through interviewing were rich and descriptive, providing insights into the lived experiences of removal, transitions and trauma of former youth in care. The literature review revealed a significant gap in published research on removal and transition management. While the issue of leaving care has been the focus of many studies, few articles and books have been centered on the particular foci of this study. This research project was included as an Impact Case Study in a UVic research project called Community-Engaged Research (CER) at the University of Victoria 2009—2015, which was led by Dr. Crystal Tremblay. This research roject scanned the impact of UVic’s involvement with community-engaged research over a six-year period. Dr. Tremblay's research was supported by the Office of Community-University Engagement and the Office of the Vice-President Research. Learn more about this project and read the Impact Case Study at uvic.ca/ocue/research/our-research-projects.
Primary lead: Dr. James Anglin
Secondary lead: Angela Scott
Resource: School of Child and Youth Care website
Research: Listening to young peoples' experience of being assessed for suicide riskBritish Columbia, CanadaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Jennifer White
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Resource: School of Child and Youth Care website
Research: Intranet Redesign User ExperienceBritish Columbia, CanadaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Gord Miller
Secondary lead: Dr. Wayne Mitic
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Research: Mentoring for Early Childhood EducatorsBritish Columbia, CanadaNo Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Gord Miller
Secondary lead: Dr. Wayne Mitic
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Research: Aboriginal Early Years SectorBritish Columbia, CanadaYes Content:
Primary lead: Dr. Gord Miller
Secondary lead: Dr. Wayne Mitic
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