Ryerson University has increased its international activities in the previous five years, with an emphasis on student recruitment, research, and global partnerships. A comprehensive evaluation of the university’s worldwide strategy was conducted in July 2021.
As a result of this analysis and discussion with key leaders, Glenn Craney, deputy provost, International and University Planning, will now be in charge of Ryerson International.
- Ryerson University is working to improve its worldwide strategy, which will be made public by the end of 2022.
- The international strategy will be revisited in light of the pandemic’s impact on postsecondary education and international student mobility.
- The International team will undertake full engagement with university heads and partners soon.
The one-year appointment will be focused on building a strategy to steer the university’s worldwide activities for the next 10 years, including a multi-year operations plan and a solid set of success indicators to track its progress.
Ryerson University’s key priority will be to revisit the international strategy in light of the COVID-19 pandemic’s influence on postsecondary education and international student mobility around the world.
The institution sees this as an opportunity to build on the positive momentum they have established while also considering where they want to go next.
The International team will soon begin a comprehensive consultation with leaders and partners from across the university in order to develop this new strategy.
The executive group will be working on a revamped International Strategy, which will be released to the public by the end of 2022.
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