News and Events
The Centre for International Experience (CIE) brings you a wide range of cultural events, social events and activities designed to offer you a taste of Canadian and world cultures. There are also sessions to help you plan for international travel. Keep checking back for news about international opportunities and future events planned through CIE.
Workers who process applications for Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) are currently on strike. It is expected that there will be delays in application processing until the strike is resolved.
The University and CIE will continue to monitor the situation, but do not have details regarding processing times or the labour dispute. You are encouraged to submit any applications to CIC as early as possible to allow for delays. Please see the CIC website for up-to-date information regarding processing times.
The Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) is an international education support service for students, faculty and staff at Queen’s. QUIC is currently hiring for an eleven month International Education Internship position. The internship will run from August 1st, 2013 - June 30th, 2014.
The application deadline is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 28th.
For more information about the position and how to apply, please see the International Education Internship job posting.
The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program (MCF) at U of T is looking to hire current students to act in mentorship roles to new students coming to U of T through the MCF program. If you are interested, please submit your completed MCF Mentor Application by Friday, June 21st.
For more information about the program or the position, please contact Jennifer Banh.
This reference will assist graduate students and administrators in assessing transfer credit, including language requirements if applicable, in an approved exchange program, on the recommendation of the graduate unit. Specifically, this handbook will explain the overall transfer credit process for outgoing exchange students. For more information pertaining to the Transfer Credit Handbook please see the Faculty Considerations page.
Are you new to Canada and looking to learn more about how to better understand Canadian society and Canadians? Psychology researchers from the University of Guelph are looking to teach newcomers theoretical-driven new strategies for understanding people in Canada. It is hoped that participating in this study will improve your understanding of Canadians, the common causes for cross-cultural misunderstandings, new approaches for overcoming cross-cultural differences and ways to improve success in academia and the workplace.
For more information, please contact the researcher at email@example.com or visit the Centre for Cross-Culture Research website.
- Processing Delays Anticipated for Citizenship and Immigration Canada Applications
- International Education Internship at Queen's University
- Mentorship Job Opportunity
- Transfer Credit Handbook for SGS Students
- Research Project about Cross-Cultural Differences
- Health Services Clinic Now Open to Dependent Spouses and Partners Enrolled in UHIP