The Canadian Bureau for International Education was pleased to award fifty (50) bursaries to attend the virtual CBIE Conference, November 16-20, 2020. The bursary covered the full conference registration fee and was awarded to Indigenous People, People of Color, People with Disabilities and members of the LGBTQIA2S+ community.
Participation from a diverse audience was a critical measure of the success of our conference. The purpose of the bursary was to encourage participation from diverse groups. We believe this inclusion was beneficial to everyone involved.
Making our conference inclusive is a continuous learning process. We remain open to suggestions and recommendations and are seeking expert advice on the matter.
Please note that priority was given to individuals working in the field of international education.
- Be currently located in Canada;
- Self-identify as Indigenous, a Person of Color, a Person with disabilities or a member of the LGBTQIA2S+ community;
To facilitate the distribution of the bursaries, institutions representatives were able to apply on behalf of employees who correspond to the eligibility criteria.
Respecting the national scope of CBIE’s mandate, the bursaries were awarded based on the representation of all educational levels (K-12, school board, CEGEP, College, and University), geographical diversity, and linguistic representation of both official languages of Canada.