Please note: The following information is now available on the Faculty & Staff Gateway on the Curriculum & classes page in the Teaching, research, & creative activity site. 


  Getting Involved in Internationalization

If you are a staff or faculty member at Mount Allison University and are looking to get involved in the internationalization of the university please read the below information and  feel free to contact studyabroad@mta.ca if you have any questions . 


 Sit on the International Programs Committee
The International Programs Committee (IPC) is a Senate committee and meets several times of year to discuss issues related to the running of the University's international programs.  The IPC helps to establish new partnerships around the world by providing oversight from a faculty, staff and student perspective.  All new exchange programs must be approved by IPC and then be brought to Senate for approval. 

 

 Traveling for University Business
 If you have plans to travel internationally and are willing to build into your schedule a possible exchange partner visit, a prospective student meeting, or possibly even attending an alumni event, please complete the Travel Form in the useful links section.  You can complete this form any time and once submitted someone from the International Centre will contact you shortly afterward to discuss possible ways to assist.


Setting up exchange program, research or internship opportunity 

If you are interested in setting up an international program (ie. exchange program, research or internship opportunity outside of Canada) for Mount Allison students, please read the Setting Up a International Partnership document in the useful links section.

 

 


Faculty Contact 
If you are interested in serving as a contact person for students studying on specific exchanges and/or other international programs please complete the Faculty Contact form in the useful links section. You can complete this form any time and once submitted someone from the International Centre will contact you shortly afterward to discuss the full role of the Faculty Contact. A faculty contact is someone who has familiarity with a place or region of the world and can offer academic, cultural and/or logistical insights into the experience of coming/going to one of our programs.


Resource Contact

If you are interested in serving as resource person for international students who are looking to make connections within the Sackville community when they first arrive and are getting settled please complete the Resource Contact form in the useful links section. You can complete this form any time and once submitted someone from the International Centre will contact you shortly afterward to discuss the full role of the Resource Contact. A Resource Contact is someone who would like to assist international students with feeling safe and comfortable at Mount Allison University and making a smooth transition to life within the Sackville community. A Resource Contact may offer academic, cultural and/or logistical insights into the experience of joining the Mount Allison community.


Setting up an international field school or short-term study abroad program

If you are interested in learning more about setting up and/or leading short-term,group study programs for academic credit outside of Canada in your academic field during the spring/summer months, we would love to hear from you. Please contact studyabroad@mta.ca and someone from the International Centre will contact you shortly to set up a date and time to meet.