Abstract

Lack of government funding for Canadian post-secondary institutions is pressuring universities to actively seek out revenue generating options. One of these options, which is enthusiastically endorsed by both levels of government is to develop international partnership agreements and recruit students from these partnerships. Currently there is a lack of literature on how international partnership agreements impact institutions, and more specifically how international partnership students impact academic advising units within the institution.

Published in: Canada International Conference on Education, 2017

  • Date of Conference: 26-29 June, 2017
  • DOI: 10.2053/CICE.2017.0230
  • Electronic ISBN: 978-1-908320-83-4
  • Conference Location: University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada