UNESCO Member States collaborated to draft and adopt the three following education-related recommendations:
For more information, consult UNESCO's Web site.
At the pan-Canadian level and through the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), ministries/departments responsible for education in Canada collaborate to further international cooperation. For more information, consult CMEC's Web site.
At the provincial and territorial level, ministries/departments responsible for education have signed international agreements directly with one or more jurisdictions, countries or regions to further international cooperation. For more information, consult provincial and territorial ministries/departments' Web sites.
At the educational institution level
, students may be offered opportunities to gain international experience during their studies. This is generally possible through international cooperation agreements by the institutions, such as:
- operating a branch campus;
- undertaking a franchise arrangement;
- undertaking a formal agreement for a:
- twinning program;
- joint degree or joint program;
- one- or two-semester student exchange program;
- field study.
For more information, use the Directory of Educational Institutions in Canada to find the international office of the educational institution. Then, contact that office directly to learn about specific international agreements in place.