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The 2015 Summer Institute has been cancelled.

Institutions and organizations can show their commitment to the need for staff training in the successful achievement of international goals through sponsorship of the International Educators Training Program (IETP).


Summer Institute Sponsors

The IETP is grateful for the support of the following sponsors of the Summer Institute:






Institutional Sponsorship

Cost: $2500


  • One Complimentary Participant Registration* (scholarship in institution’s name may be substituted)
  • Recognition on IETP web site
  • Recognition in IETP Newsletters (published twice annually)
  • Receipt of IETP publications (newsletters, programs, etc)
  • Recognition on Sponsor Board on-site during the IETP
  • An invitation to the IETP Sponsors Day : the day will include a Sponsor’s Lunch, participation in one of the IETP’s Workshops , the IETP Keynote Address and Reception, during which all Sponsors will be recognized

*IETP Courses eligible for free registration: IETP I: Advising & Programming for New Professional in the Field of International Education – Working with Incoming International Students,  IETP I: Advising & Programming for New Professional in the Field of International Education – Working with Outbound Students; IETP I: Building Intercultural Skills and Approaches for International Education, IETP I: Communication Skills Development for Working with Cultural Newcomers: A Socio-cultural Competency Training (SCT) Approach; or IETP II:  Advanced Topics in International Education.

Private Sponsorship

Levels and Benefits of Sponsorship: Sponsors may choose to provide a cash donation that can be used at the discretion of the IETP where the need for funding is greatest. The following are the levels of sponsorship and the benefits each provides:

Platinum: $5000+

  • Exclusivity
  • One Complimentary Participant Registration* (scholarship in sponsor’s name may be substituted)
  • Insert in Participant Registration Package
  • Recognition on IETP web site
  • Recognition in IETP Newsletters (published twice annually)
  • Receipt of IETP publications (newsletters, programs, etc)
  • Recognition on Sponsor Board on-site during the IETP
  • Invitation to IETP Sponsor Day

Gold: $3500+

  • One Complimentary Participant Registration* (scholarship in sponsor’s name may be substituted)
  • Insert in Participant Registration Package
  • Recognition on IETP web site
  • Recognition in IETP Newsletters (published twice annually)
  • Receipt of IETP publications (newsletters, programs, etc)
  • Recognition on Sponsor Board on-site during the IETP
  • Invitation to IETP Sponsor Day

Silver: $1000+

  • Recognition on IETP web site
  • Recognition in IETP Newsletters (published twice annually)
  • Receipt of IETP publications (newsletters, programs, etc)
  • Recognition on Sponsor Board on-site during the IETP
  • Invitation to IETP Sponsor Day

Summer Institute Sponsors’ International Activities


Churchill Logo

The Anna & Edward C. Churchill Foundation; was established on July 21, 1993, and provides funding for the IETP as a program of Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC). The IETP appreciates that the Anna and Edward C. Churchill Foundation, which Ed and Anna established, continues to build upon their contributions to QUIC and reminds us of their constant care and generosity over the forty plus years that they have supported the Centre.

Camosun College  Located in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia.  Upon inception, the college adopted the name Camosun , a local Lkwungen (Songhees) First Nation name meaning where different waters meet and are transformed.  Camosun College has earned an outstanding reputation for teaching excellence we’re proud of our faculty, staff and students, and the fact that we provide one of Canada’s best learning experiences.   As a leader in the field of international education, Camosun International provides a high level of service to our international campus community through dedicated admissions, academic advising, counseling, and housing staff.   The international department in the college works closely with all of the Schools and Departments to contribute to the internationalization of our students, our college, and our community.   We’re large enough to provide great services and facilities for a vibrant campus environment, yet small enough to offer students individual support, care, and attention.

Camosun Logo


Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) CBIE is Canada’s national organization dedicated to making Canada a global leader in international education by mobilizing expertise, knowledge, opportunity and leadership. CBIE’s pan-Canadian membership comprises 150 colleges, institutes, universities, school boards and language schools which enrol over 1.2 million students from coast to coast. Member services include: policy development and advocacy, research and reports, professional development and recognition, networks and learning communities, the annual conference and regional events.

Capilano University has earned an international reputation for quality teaching, programs and services. We strive to instill the knowledge, skills, motivation and attitudes that will enable our students to become independent thinkers and learners, and to contribute effectively in a rapidly changing world.

Capilano University

Dalhousie University

Dalhousie University  One of Canada’s leading universities, Dalhousie is widely recognized for outstanding academic quality and teaching, and a broad range of educational and research opportunities.   Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia since 1818, Dalhousie attracts students from around the world.   We inspire students, faculty, staff, and graduates to make significant contributions to our region, Canada, and the world.

Georgian College  excels at providing extraordinary experiences for our international students. Our quest for excellence is reflected in the findings of the 2013 International Student Barometer in which Georgian received the highest score among Ontario colleges – and number three worldwide.

Georgian College fosters a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation, preparing students to become not only job seekers, but also job creators. Working together with industry and community partners, Georgian offers relevant, cutting-edge curriculum, quality work placements and co-op experiences. With more than 120 career-focused programs across seven locations in Central Ontario (Barrie, Midland, Muskoka, Orangeville, Orillia, Owen Sound and South Georgian Bay), Georgian serves 11,000 full-time students and 28,000 Continuing Education registrants annually.

Advanced study options, including the only four-year automotive management and golf management degrees in Canada, are offered through the one-of-a-kind Georgian University Partnership Centre.

Georgian College 2014 logo

Globalinks Learning Abroad

GlobaLinks Learning Abroad  GlobaLinks Learning Abroad assists your students on their individual paths of discovery throughout the study abroad experience. Our 20 years of experience and over 25,000 happy alumni prove it. Our local and overseas staff organize planned activities as well as make personal recommendations for additional activities. Through this attention, your students will be directed on a path of personal, academic, cultural, social, and professional discovery giving you the most fulfilling experience possible Semester/year, Summer, Internships and Degree Programs in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe and South America available. What Will You Discover?

The mission of  is to deliver the highest quality health insurance products to its clients while making customer service and satisfaction their first priority. Providing local service and local claims support is one of the many ways StudentGuard puts their clients’ needs first. That’s the StudentGuard difference.

Langara College

Langara College  provides accessible education that meets the needs of our diverse community.   The education and services provided are comprehensive, current, and innovative. Our curriculum is based on an integrated and cross-disciplinary approach designed to enhance the learner’s ability to apply and transfer knowledge.   We value and are committed to a learning and working environment characterized by encouragement, free enquiry, integrity, mutual  respect, professionalism,  recognition of achievement, and social responsibility.

McMaster University Located in Hamilton Ontario, McMaster University is consistently ranked one of the top 100 universities in the world. As one of Canada’s most research-intensive universities it is renowned for its innovations in both learning and discovery. The University’s 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students represent nearly 100 countries around the world. McMaster is the only North American host site of a United Nations University and participates in more than 70 international exchange agreements around the globe. It has more than 156,000 alumni in 140 countries.

McMaster University

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Memorial University of Newfoundland  Memorial University of Newfoundland is committed to internationalization on all our campuses. We value our special obligation to our province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Reaching out to the international community not only benefits faculty, students and staff, but also those outside the institution with whom the university interacts.

Niagara College

Niagara College Canada  With one of the largest international education programs in the Ontario college system, Niagara College actively pursues internationalization of the College and the surrounding community, proactively exports our programs and services to international markets, and creates exceptional opportunities for our students to work and gain experience in international arenas. By being enterprising, innovative and globally connected, the College is committed to supporting individuals, communities and industries and to bringing the world to Niagara. We also leave a clear Niagara imprint on many countries around the world.

NorQuest College Students experience unique educational opportunities in a vibrant and supportive environment that is responsive to changing learner needs and dedicated to learner access and success. At NorQuest, learners from diverse educational, cultural, and social backgrounds can achieve their personal and career goals and enhance their lives. NorQuest programming is sensitive to the cultural experience of Aboriginal learners, and learners for whom English is a second language. The College is a leader in meeting the needs of learners with disabilities.

Norquest College


The Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) is a province-wide education and training system that was established in 1988. Academic as well as customized training programs are offered at 13 campuses through five academic schools: Access, Applied Arts and New Media, Business, Health and Human Services, and Trades and Technology. Currently, more than 110 academic programs are offered to approximately 10,000 full-time students and over 15,000 part-time students.The Nova ScotiaCommunity College is committed to internationalization, a process that enables our college to provide students with global competencies and skills that meet and exceed international standards. NSCC is involved in a variety of international activities and has support for that experience through NSCC International.NSCC International ( provides leadership and management for international activities for all campuses of the Nova ScotiaCommunity College. NSCC’s international experience includes working with partners in many countries to develop and deliver programs in the areas of faculty and student exchanges, educational leadership, international internship placements, curriculum development, technical program development and capacity development. Past and current international involvement of NSCC includes many countries such as Bermuda, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Eritrea, The Gambia, Malaysia, Malawi, United Arab Emirates and Uzbekistan.

Queen’s University is one of Canada’s leading universities, with an international reputation for scholarship, research, social purpose, spirit and diversity. Consistently ranked among the top universities in Canada, Queen’s is known for its high quality and incomparable 24-hour learning environment. The University was established by Royal Charter of Queen Victoria in 1841 – twenty-six years before Canadian confederation. Classes were first held in 1842. The earliest degree-granting institution in the united Province of Canada, Queen’s has reflected and helped shape Canadian values and policies, educating many of the country’s most notable political and cultural figures.

Queen's University

St. Lawrence College  has approximately 6,000 full-time students from Canada and around the world, as well as 20,000 part-time registrants. We offer more than 80 academic programs, and employ more than 1,000 full-time and part-time staff at our three friendly campuses in Brockville, Cornwall, and Kingston. St. Lawrence College has recently invested in new programs including Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor of Business Administration, International Business Management, Energy Systems Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Applied Arts – Behavioural Psychology, and the Culinary Co-op Apprenticeship Diploma Program, among others. Our grads get jobs. Key Performance Indicators for 2008 indicate that 92.3% of St. Lawrence College graduates found employment within six months of graduation.

St. Lawrence College

Thompson Rivers University

Thompson Rivers University: TRU World’s mission is to coordinate and facilitate international initiatives for the university in close collaboration with academic divisions and service areas. The diversity and scope of TRU’s international initiatives has positioned TRU as an international university. TRU World is committed to assisting academic divisions and service areas in their internationalization goals.   TRU divisions have undertaken many international initiatives. TRU World collaborates with service departments, Deans, Chairs, and faculty members in their implementation.

Université de Moncton: Canada’s largest French-language university outside Québec. The university’s three campuses are located in New Brunswick’s francophone regions at Edmundston, Shippagan and Moncton.   The student population originates mainly from New Brunswick but also from almost all countries of the Francophonie internationale.   The  university benefits from many exchange programs and institutional agreements supporting student mobility at the  international level.   Numerous international internships are made available  to students every year.   It is one of the few francophone universities in Canada that offer international students the opportunity to work and study at the masters level.



University of Calgary: a community dedicated to scholarship, education, creativity and discovery. Innovation, discovery and learning are at the heart of all that we do. The U of C’s high-quality undergraduate education is characterized by the synthesis of research, teaching and learning. We enhance our students’ experience by enabling them to take an inquiry-based approach through experiential learning. Recognizing that international learning is integral to a contemporary, well-rounded education, the U of C has set an ambitious goal to increase the number of students learning overseas through exchange programs to 30 per cent of all graduating students by 2010.

University of Manitoba statement coming soon

University of Manitoba

u Ottawa

University of Ottawa uOttawa a new key figure on the international scene! The Academic Strategic Plan for the University of Ottawa aims primarily at engaging more actively onto the international stage by exposing at least 20 per cent of all graduating students to the international dimension by 2010. With our international strategy, we aspire to earn international recognition as a world class university, distinguished by the high-quality of its unique bilingual learning environment. We ensure the training of competent graduates and global citizens by means of well structured programs of studies, such as International Development and Globalization or International Studies and Modern Languages, which are international in scope. Furthermore, by means of the Marco Polo International Student Mobility Program, international partnerships with universities, academies and non-governmental organizations which are recognized world-wide as the best within specific fields of studies, assure that students are open to the world and enriched by international contacts through study, training and research placements and practicums completed abroad in foreign institutions as an integral part of their education at the University of Ottawa, without delaying their graduation.

University of Saskatchewan is committed to furthering internationalization efforts, and offers a number of international services and resources on campus. Globalism at the University of Saskatchewan is based on a firm commitment to social justice and adherence to global standards.

University of Saskatchewan

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