18 January 2024
GUS Canada CEO engaged in insightful meeting
On Thursday 4 January, Cyndi McLeod, CEO of GUS Canada, had a significant meeting with John Rustad, Leader of Conservative Party of British Columbia. During this engagement, Cyndi McLeod presented an overview of GUS Canada’s vision, initiatives and its role in the higher education landscape. A key part of the discussion centred around immigration and the pivotal role of international students in Canada.
John Rustad, known for his extensive political background and expertise in areas impacting education and immigration, shared valuable insights. With a career that spans various roles, including his work in the British Columbia Legislative Assembly and significant contributions to the province’s development, John Rustad’s perspectives were particularly enlightening for GUS Canada’s ongoing and future initiatives.
As a future election looms in the next year, the meeting was a timely opportunity to gain insight into the Progressive Conservative Leadership Platform. It focused on understanding the potential impact on British Columbia’s economy and the Progressive Conservative party’s views on private education and immigration moving forward.
BSBI Provost and Chief Academic Officer receives EdFalcon Global Award 2024
On Friday 23 February, Professor Dr Kyriakos Kouveliotis, Provost and Chief Academic Officer at the Berlin School of Business and Innovation, received the ‘Inspiring Education Administrator of the Year 2024 (Higher Education)’ award at the EdFalcon Global Awards, held at the EdTalk World Conference in India.
SMU announces new partnership with University College of the Cayman Islands
On Friday 2 February, St. Matthews University announced that it has partnered with the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI) to streamline the path for Caymanian students to receive their Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees.
UE announces collaboration with Helwan University
On Thursday 22 February, the University of Europe for Applied Sciences announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Helwan University (HU).