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UFV International is hiring!

Are you a highly engaged and motivated student? Will you be in Abbotsford during summer 2014 and returning as a student in September? We have an opportunity for you! We are currently seeking two team members to help us start our International Student Ambassador Program. The role of the International Student Ambassadors will interact with […]

Internationalization Fund – Call for proposals

The world is increasingly characterized by its complexity, diversity and interconnectedness. These global realities require graduates to be internationally and inter-culturally competent to live and work effectively in an interdependent world. UFV is committed to the internationalization of our university and the following goals: To equip students with sufficient knowledge to participate effectively as “global […]

Faculty: All-expenses-paid volunteer positions in Nairobi, Kenya

UFV faculty members are invited to consider the opportunity to volunteer at the Aga Khan University in Nairobi, Kenya through Academics Without Borders Canada (AWBC).  Although the positions will not receive a salary, AWBC will reimburse volunteers for their expenses. Aga Khan University (AKU) is an international institution operating in eight countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and […]

From UFV to Mexico: an inspiring start

Makaela Peters, a student in the UFV Global Development program, is currently in Mexico to open up study abroad opportunities for UFV students. Her very first day is a whirl of mummies, music, and star-crossed lovers. Follow her adventures on the Study Abroad blog. “We arrived in Guanajuato early Wednesday morning, and Monica, a UFV student […]

Fifth International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries

Following on the success of previous Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conferences, the  QQML2013 edition is scheduled for  June 4 to 7,  2013, at “La Sapienza” University, Rome Italy. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods (QQM) have proven popular with librarians, because of their usefulness to the everyday professional life. QQM aim to assess and […]