We are excited to share the first issue of the GUS Canada E-Magazine with you. GUS Canada is committed to leading the future of higher education in Canada. We practice innovation in the classroom and our work. In this issue of the E-Magazine, all of the graphics were created using DALL·E 2 and one of the articles was written by Chat-GPT. Can you figure out which one?

Learning 2.0: how technology is upgrading higher education

Higher education has long been at the forefront of innovation and change. With the rapid advancement of technology, the traditional model of classroom-based learning is evolving into a more flexible and accessible online model. In this article, we will examine the benefits and drawbacks of online education and how it…

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Following a leader: Featuring Cyndi McLeod

Cyndi McLeod, Chief Executive Officer, Global University Systems Canada, is an award-winning education professional with over 30 years of experience in the international education field. She’s an expert at building strategic partnerships and has led numerous successful joint ventures in countries all around the globe. Her hard work has also…

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Inflation and the student experience

With the rising cost of living, inflation is top of mind for many Canadians, especially students. How can students navigate the increasing costs while attending school and gaining their education? Between rising tuition and personal expenses, students are particularly vulnerable to the effects of inflation, which is even more true…

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Where are they now? – Nick Jarjour

French version below. Montreal’s Nick Jarjour shares with GUS Canada how Trebas Institute helped him get to where he is today. Year of graduation: 2005 Program: Music Business Administration, Trebas Institute Montreal Current job title: CEO of Jarjour Co., Co-founder 3:02 Past positions: Global Head of Song Management at Hipgnosis…

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A path to a more sustainable future in higher education

Extreme heat, flooding and wildfires are all impacts of climate change that people are experiencing. Without action, our planet will warm to unsustainable levels – which means more food shortages, severe weather events and health risks. GUS Canada institution, University Canada West (UCW), understands the importance of sustainability to the…

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