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"To be a centre for research and graduate education that makes a difference to our province, our nation and our world" (University of Manitoba's Strategic Plan Priority #3) require(s) that the University and its faculty and graduate students operate in an international scholarly domain and have the opportunity to work on issues that transcend local, provincial and national boundaries.  To make a difference in our World implies a global perspective.  Report of the Provost's Advisory Committee on International Relations, Feb. 2004

The University of Manitoba employs not only "world class" staff, but also staff who bring the world here to Manitoba.  Through research, publication, discourse and instruction, University of Manitoba faculty members are leading the way towards internationalizing the thoughts and experience of their students and colleagues.  As academic staff bring an international perspective to their scholarly investigation, their peer circles and their classroom, the University of Manitoba's collective learning widens and becomes truly participatory in our global community. 

Faculty members are crucial agents of learning and change in the university community.  Though many academic staff are successfully engaged in projects and collaborative activities around the world, the University of Manitoba would like to do more to help faculty members reach further and bring home their experience in more meaningful ways.  In the web pages that follow, you will discover ideas, administrative supports, funding opportunities and many examples of ways your colleagues at the University of Manitoba are "transcending local, provincial and national boundaries" in an effort to bring a global perspective to their learning and teaching.

Links:

Office of International Relations: Discover more about your main administrative supports for engaging in international activities as a University of Manitoba faculty member or staff. 

University of Manitoba Institutional Agreements: Link to the database of University of Manitoba agreements with other institutions world-wide.  Find out the process of developing a new institutional partnership.

Developing course-based international opportunities for students: Ideas for ways to incorporate the global perspective and learning about the world into student experience at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.  Funding opportunities are available!

Immigration Services for Faculty & Staff: Looking to hire faculty or staff from abroad? Find information on the immigration process and supports.

International Activities Advisory Council:  Representatives of University of Manitoba faculties and schools that comprise the International Activities Advisory Council meet regularly to discuss the international activities of this university.  Find here a schedule of upcoming meetings, discussion topics, articles of interest and minutes of past meetings.

International Travel for Faculty & Staff:  Information, links, resources all in one site

DFAIT Travel Reports and Warning: 


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Direct Links

Office of International Relations

International Agreements Database

Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

Partnership Success Stories

Story #1 
University of Manitoba Partners Day, June 2, 2007

Story #2
UofM and Itaipu Binacional, Paraguay Agreement Signing

Story #3
UofM - Led HIV/AIDS Research Among Nation's Best,

Story #4
University of Sichuan visits the University of Manitoba, September 27 - October 10, 2009

Story #5

University of Manitoba - Umea University, Sweden Partnership Conference 2010

Story #6

University of Manitoba - China Symposium Report, October 23 - 24, 2010

Story #7

Canada - China 40 Years Program, October 23 - 24, 2010

Request for International Agreement Form 

International Project Calls for Proposals

International Development Projects

 



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