Internationalization

Dissolving Queen’s-Blyth abroad

Desperate times sometimes call for desperate measures, but they don’t always result in good choices.

A case in point is Queen’s recent decision to partner with a private tourist education company to offer university credits overseas. Little more than an expensive form of edu-tourism, these Queen’s-Blyth Worldwide (QBW) courses infringe on academic integrity, reinforce colonial stereotypes and privatize post-secondary education.Continue...

Health-care costs deter top talent

Queen's must become a leader in advocating for a switch to OHIP coverage for international students. If we don't, we risk falling behind out-of-province and international universities in attracting global talent.Continue...

Queen’s sees significant rise in international students this academic year

In the first Board of Trustees meeting of this school year, Principal Daniel Woolf pointed to a substantial increase in the amount of international students studying at Queen’s.Continue...

Queen’s 2015-16 Annual Report casts sunny lens on last academic year

Queen’s recently released its annual report outlining its 2015-16 academic year, which cast a predominant focus on the successes experienced by the institution.Continue...

Welcome international students

Recruiting students from around the world is vital to Queen’s progress — but we aren’t prepared.

When I travelled home to India this summer, I was asked a ton of questions about my studies...Continue...

Queen’s sets global goals

The University has released its first Comprehensive International Plan to provide a game plan for Queen’s to improve its global reputation and international partnerships....Continue...