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“Canada’s universities are proud to contribute to creating and strengthening international partnerships which are essential for innovation, research and development. The first BCDI 2030 scholarship projects announced today underline important collaborations between post-secondary institutions, and mark the beginning of a promising journey for hundreds of scholars who will become leaders and agents of change in their home countries.”

Philip Landon,

Philip Landon, Interim President and CEO, Universities Canada

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“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

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