Ottawa, November 21, 2018 – This week, at its annual conference in Ottawa, the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) affirmed its commitment to collaboration with the Manitoba Council for International Education (MCIE). CBIE’s Larissa Bezo was joined for the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding by Carmelle Mulaire of MCIE.
“CBIE and MCIE share a strong commitment to internationalization,” said Larissa Bezo, Interim President and CEO, CBIE. “We are delighted to affirm our collaboration at CBIE’s 52nd annual conference here in Ottawa.”
Based on a shared commitment to strengthen international education in Canada, CBIE and MCIE 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.
“On behalf of the MCIE membership, and given our common values of collaboration, innovation and building capacity with our members, I am very pleased to sign this Memorandum of Understanding,” said Carmelle Mulaire, President, MCIE. “We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with CBIE.”
The Manitoba Council for International Education is committed to growing and strengthening international education in Manitoba. Its membership comprises all of Manitoba’s major public and private educational institutions with international student enrollment. MCIE enhances and promotes international education in Manitoba through collaboration among members and provincial bodies.
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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