Ottawa, November 21, 2018 – Yesterday, at its annual conference in Ottawa, the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) renewed its commitment to collaboration with EduNova Co-operative Ltd. CBIE’s Larissa Bezo was joined for the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding by Wendy Luther of EduNova.
“CBIE and EduNova have a strong relationship and shared commitment to internationalization,” said Larissa Bezo, Interim President and CEO, CBIE. “We are delighted to reaffirm our collaboration at CBIE’s 52nd annual conference here in Ottawa.”
Based on a shared commitment to strengthen international education in Canada, CBIE and EduNova agree to work in collaborative partnership as a platform to share and discuss issues affecting international education with members, government and non-government organizations; and identify and engage in joint activities to promote the value of international education.
“We are thrilled to be renewing our memorandum of understanding with CBIE,” said Wendy Luther, President and CEO, EduNova Co-operative Ltd. “CBIE and EduNova share the same goals of furthering international education in Canada and helping all who choose Canada as a study destination to be successful here. We look forward to furthering our collaboration and helping to solidify Canada’s place in the world as a top study destination.”
EduNova is a co-operative industry association of education and training providers in Nova Scotia, Canada. EduNova’s mandate is to work with members to raise the profile of Nova Scotia’s education and training expertise. EduNova’s focus is on collaborative international recruitment and retention activities and the identification of international project opportunities.
The Canadian Bureau for International Education is the national organization dedicated to the internationalization of education and the expansion of educational partnerships between Canada and countries around the globe. CBIE’s pan-Canadian membership comprises 150 colleges, institutes, cégeps, universities, school boards and language schools.
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