CBIE webinars cover the hottest topics, emerging trends and latest research in the field of international education. They allow participants to access cost effective training to stay ahead of the curve and remain competitive.

Upcoming Webinars

There are no webinars currently scheduled. 

Past Webinars

Date Webinar Purchase Link
November 1, 2018 Group mentoring: A way to support racialized international students on campus Purchase
August 21, 2018 The Student’s Voice: National Results of the 2018 CBIE International Student Survey Download
August 13, 2018 Building a Global Campus Community through Student Peer Engagement Initiatives  (Sound quality is low) Download
August 2, 2018 Work On and Off Campus: International Students (Approved for 1.5 hours of CPD) Purchase
June 27, 2018 Work Permits and International Students: Co-Ops, Spouses and Post-Graduation (Approved for 1.5 hours of CPD) Purchase
June 12, 2018 A Guide to Developing Short-Term Global Immersion Programs Purchase
May 3, 2018 Post-Graduation Work Permits: Supporting International Students in Maintaining Eligibility  (Approved for 1 hour of CPD) Purchase
March 14, 2018 Assessing and Implementing Credit Transfer in Student Mobility Partnerships: A How-To Guide for Post-Secondary Purchase
December 13, 2017 International Students and Their Families: Supporting Minors Accompanying Study Permit Holders (Approved for 1 hour of CPD) Purchase
November 1, 2017 Possibilities and Partnerships with German Higher Education Institutions Download
October 4, 2017 How to:  CBIE Conference 101 Download
September 6, 2017 Fostering International Partnerships: How CBIE’s Int’l Collaboration Missions Get Results! Download
August 24, 2017 International Education Data: Accessing insights, measuring impact and driving strategy in our sector Purchase
August 3, 2017 International Students and Their Families: Supporting Spouses and Common-Law Partners (Approved for 1 hour of CPD) Purchase
May 2017 Connecting your Classroom to the World through E-volunteering with CUSO Download

Frequently Asked Questions

How do CBIE webinars work?

Step 1: Check that you have the necessary technical equipment (see below).

Step 2: Register and pay the fee by completing the Registration Page and CBIE Webinar Payment Form. You will receive a confirmation email with details on accessing the webinar.

Step 3: At the time of the webinar, access the webinar by clicking on the unique link contained in your confirmation email sent to you after registering for the webinar.

Please note: The webinar details sent to you are unique to your registration. You are welcome to gather your colleagues to participate in the webinar at one device, but the link to access the webinar will not work if forwarded.

Can I present a webinar using CBIE’s platform?

Yes!  If you would like to present a webinar we would love to hear about it. Please use our Submit a Webinar page to send us your idea.

What does it cost?

CBIE offers free informational webinars as well as paid professional development webinars at both member and non-member rates.  Check if your institution is a member.

No refunds are issued. A participant who is unable to attend a webinar will be offered a credit towards a future webinar (taking place within 1 year of the date of the original webinar).

What are the technology requirements and can I test my system ahead of time?

Participating in a CBIE webinar requires a device with an internet connection, and speakers or a headset. CBIE uses GoToWebinar. To avoid technical problems, please open the session a few minutes prior to the start of the webinar. If your device requires a plug-in to view the webinar, you will be prompted and this can be downloaded quickly.

Check your system compatibility here.

View the GoToWebinar system requirements here.

How do I ask questions during the webinar?

We encourage all webinar participants to raise questions and make comments during the webinar session. The chair of the webinar will notify participants at the beginning of the webinar of the presenter’s preference for taking questions and comments. Please respect that some presenters may wish that participants hold their questions until the end of the presentation.

Questions and comments should be raised by typing into the webinar questions box. If you wish to raise your question or comment orally, you will need to ask for your audio to be activated by typing this request into the question box (this option is not available for all webinars).

Will participants receive a copy of the presentation?

Yes. All registered participants will receive a copy of the webinar recording and a pdf copy of the presentation, if used.

Can I purchase a recording of a past webinar?

Yes. Please email: to purchase a recorded webinar.

Can more than one person attend the webinar using the same registration link?

Yes. You are welcome to have as many participants at your institution attend the webinar as you would like. You will simply need to arrange for all participants to meet in one location to view and listen to the webinar from one device.

Please do not share your login details with others.

Each registrant will have a unique URL. It is important to save your webinar connection details. Multiple attempts to connect to a webinar using the same login details will void the login link for the registrant, and you will therefore no longer be able to access the webinar.