International students invited to participate in national survey

Brock international students will have the opportunity to share their experiences in Canada through a survey launched Tuesday, Oct. 17.

The University is inviting eligible students to participate in the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) International Student Survey, which is being conducted at institutions across the country.

The annual survey, which can be completed on the CBIE website, is an opportunity for international students to provide important feedback and suggestions about their educational experience and to play an important role in shaping the future experiences of those studying in Canada.

The confidential survey will take about 30 minutes to complete.

“This survey is one of the many ways in which Brock learns about the experiences of international students who call the University home throughout the school year. We encourage everyone eligible to please participate and have their voices heard,” says Christina Bosilo, Director, Brock International. “By better understanding the motivations and perceptions of the international students who choose to study at Brock, we hope to further enhance their experience during their time in Canada.”

Those who complete the survey will be eligible to be entered into a draw for three $1,000 prizes from CBIE.

For more information, visit the CBIE website.

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