University of Waterloo leaders were pleased to host delegates visiting from the Technical University of Denmark to discuss entrepreneurship and the Waterloo eco-system, student exchange, continued adult learning and the integration between liberal arts and engineering.
The visit included a tour of the Sedra Student Design Centre and meetings with department heads of Engineering, Science, Conrad Centre, Student Success Office, Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs, Cooperative Education and Career Action and the Accelerator Centre.
During the first week of October, I had the privilege of representing the University of Waterloo on an overseas trip to the United Kingdom. It was an enjoyable week, and it provided me with the opportunity to engage with UK partners in so many different ways. Indeed, it demonstrated the broad interests of, and the synergistic powers of, Waterloo International.
Leaders from the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) gathered in Waterloo today to discuss Waterloo’s challenges and interests in international education and how the ACU can help promote and support excellence in higher education, including mobility programs, and to connect with the Human Resources community.
The ACU is the world’s first international university network and U.K. registered charity, and has more than 500 member institutions in more than 50 countries.
Leaders from 12 of the U15 Group of Canadian Research universities gathered in Waterloo recently to discuss issues of common interest related to internationalization in higher education and to explore areas for co-operation.
University of Waterloo leaders were pleased to host the visit of the High Commission of Canada in India to better understand India-focused recruitment, partnership, and innovation priorities for Waterloo.
University of Waterloo leaders were delighted to host a visit of presidents and vice-presidents from 22 universities, two senior officials from the Ministry of Education, and the National Academy of Education Administration (NAEA) as part of an initiative from the NAEA in Beijing for 1,000 university presidents and vice-presidents in north-western China to gain insight and international perspective on overseas university management and operations.