It has been a great year in news, so let’s look back on the top stories from 2019.
USSU says “it’s systemically racist” and commits to finding a way forward.
The association is back, now with a list of issues international students face.
ISSAC adjusts their first-night accommodation fund to enhance other services.
In 2017, an executive team led by Nancy Eze brought back the International Students’ Association, which represents and advocates for all international students at the University of Saskatchewan. Only a year later, the ISA has stopped their activities after no one attended their annual elections. When planning the return of the ISA, Eze, fourth-year physiology…
University of Saskatchewan recognizes the value of its international students and aims to continually improve their overall experience away from home.
Rising tuition at the University of Saskatchewan is proving to be a barrier to international students’ education now more than ever.
On Jan. 15, the Conservative Party of Canada announced a strategy to double the amount of researchers and students coming from abroad. The program centers around $5 million per year in funding primarily going toward branding and marketing.
What does it mean to be a multicultural campus?
The University of Saskatchewan needs to extend more understanding to their international students, especially when taking into account language barriers and cultural differences.