Our approach to international collaborations recognizes the need for increased intercultural understanding within and beyond faculties of education.
In order to promote a culturally diverse understanding of teaching and learning, our Faculty of Education actively reviews the evolving ethics in the internationalization of higher education.
Information on the ethics, issues, and institutional responsibilities in international collaborations.
- Accord on the Internationalization of Education, 2014 – Association of Canadian Deans of Education
- Global Praxis: Exploring the Ethics of Engagement Abroad—An Educational Resources Kit, 2009-2011 – A product of the Ethics of International Engagement and Service Learning Project
- Canada’s Universities in the World: AUCC Internationalization Survey, 2014
- Code of Ethical Practice, 2008 – Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE)
- Commentary on Taking an Ethical Approach to Internationalization, 2015 – in University Affairs
- UBC International Strategic Plan
- Durham University – A Guide to Ethical Principles and Practice, 2012 – Durham University
- Ethical Internationalism in Higher Education Project
- Canada’s Education Abroad Lexicon, 2015 – Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE)
- 100 Most International Universities in the World, 2015 — Times Higher Education
- Internationalization Statement of Principles for Canadian Educational Institutions, 2014 – Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE)
- International Education: A Key Driver of Canada’s Future Prosperity, Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada
- Internationalization at Canadian Universities: Are Students Seeing the Value?, 2011 – Higher Education Strategy Associates
- Five Myths About Internationalization, 2011 – Center for International Higher Education