Fostering International Partnerships:
How CBIE’s International Collaboration Missions Get Results!

New Date Wednesday September 6, 2017 | 1:00 pm ET | Free

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CBIE launched our International Collaboration Mission Series in October 2016, with a mission to Hanoi and HCMC Vietnam. This webinar will review the main components of that mission and highlight the key results of participation in the short and long term. Tune in to hear testimonials from participants and have an opportunity to ask questions about our upcoming 12 month plan for future missions.

Upon completion of this webinar participants will be able to:

  • Identify the major benefits and the tangible results of participating in collaboration missions;
  • List details of the postsecondary education market and political context in Vietnam;
  • Leverage this market information to increase institutional productivity in the region.

Presenter

Anne Christensen, Strategic Development Manager, CBIE

Anne Christensen is the Strategic Development Manager at the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE). CBIE is Canada’s only national, non-profit, non-governmental organization, representing the full spectrum of Canadian education, dedicated to international education.

Through CBIE, Anne works to promote Canada’s international relations and to develop political, economic and cultural links through international education by way of advocacy, research, technical assistance and capacity building services. Specifically, she works to strengthen the marketing approach to CBIE’s existing lines of business, to ensure a consistent and focused approach to overall business development, and to support the development of new opportunities for CBIE to promote Canadian education abroad.

Previously, Anne managed the implementation of a CIDA-funded technical assistance project aimed to support policy reform and implementation mechanisms in Ukraine at a regional and national level in a variety of subject areas. Her work has taken her across Canada, and to Vietnam, the Philippines, Ukraine, China and Macau.