News

Photo de Pari Johnston

“Education is inherently tied to the advancement of women. The leadership training, mentorship, and pursuit of studies made possible through the Canadian International Development Scholarships 2030 program will empower more participants to be leaders and agents of change, bettering their lives and their communities.” 

Pari Johnston,

President & CEO, Colleges and Institutes Canada

Gabriel Miller headshot

“BCDI 2030 places post-secondary education at the heart of development, empowering individuals, particularly women, with inclusive, high-quality learning opportunities to unlock their full potential and drive socio-economic development in their home countries. Canada’s universities are proud to be a part of this transformative initiative, leveraging their expertise to build a brighter future for all.”

Gabiel Miller,

President and CEO, Universities Canada

Latest News

May 9, 2024

Canadian post-secondary institutions are working with Rwanda to nurture African excellence. Universities Canada Chief Operating[...]

April 16, 2024

BCDI 2030, QES and GSO: Innovative programs and funding opportunities to help internationalize higher education[...]

April 4, 2024

OTTAWA – The Canadian International Development Scholarships 2030 (BCDI 2030) program invites post-secondary institutions to[...]

January 24, 2024

Brandon University will welcome 10 new graduate students from Ghana to study rural development over[...]

November 10, 2023

More than 200 African students will have the life-changing opportunity to study at a Canadian[...]

November 22, 2022

Over the next eight years, the BCDI 2030 program will provide people in 26 developing[...]

September 8, 2022

Le gouvernement Trudeau a annoncé en juin dernier le lancement du programme de Bourses canadiennes[...]

June 27, 2022

KIGALI – Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau announced Saturday the launch of the Canadian International Development[...]