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 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...