Cahoon: Canadian/Latin American partnership growth
May 4, 2016
Royal Roads University President and Vice-Chancellor Allan Cahoon was interviewed for the March/April edition of International Educator about international partnerships with higher education institutions in the developing world.
Here is an excerpt:
Cahoon says there are some typically different needs that are addressed through Canadian and Latin American partnerships. For Canadian universities, there is interest in gaining more international students—in particular, talented graduate students. Research collaborations are the next area of greatest interest. For the Latin Americans, Cahoon says that areas of greatest interest include doctoral education, opportunities for internships and short-term work placements, visits of faculty members, and innovative technology.