Are you interested in studying tropical biology in Ecuador?

UFV Today By Anne Russell on January 25, 2012 Summer in Ecuador has a nice ring to it as we slog through winter in the Fraser Valley. How about studying tropical biology in Equador? The course will be an eight-credit course with lecture and field trip components. Classroom work will be carried out in the short summer semester (May 7 to June 23) and [ more… ]

UFV students receive $100,000 to study abroad

UFV Today By Ashley Wray on January 5, 2012 UFV students will have the opportunity to study in France, Ireland, Australia and Korea this year thanks to a combination of recently awarded scholarships. This fall, 28 students will be studying in seven different countries. Their international experiences are being made possible by a group of organizations that have provided more than $100,000 in scholarships. [ more… ]

Tanzania time: The world is a classroom for UFV students

UFV Today By Ashley Wray on December 5, 2011 Sitting just below the equator, tucked between eight African countries, and bordered by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, is Tanzania. Home to Mount Kilimanjaro, the continent’s tallest peak, the region draws visitors from around the world to conquer its height and beauty. With an economy based on agriculture, the state also draws [ more… ]

JIBC reports excellent results from Asian trade mission

November 18, 2011 New partnerships initiated and existing arrangements extended JIBC reports excellent results from participating in the BC Jobs and Trade Mission to Asia, led by Premier Christy Clark. JIBC initiated new partnerships and extended a number of existing arrangements with institutions in Asia, which will lead to an increase in the number of justice and public safety learners studying with the Institute. Learn More