STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Ryerson has an exchange agreement with UNISA which has a School of Education offering a BA in Early Childhood Education. The program has a strong research agenda and prepares graduates to work in a diverse and changing range of services for the education and care of children 0-8.
Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia
Students in the Early Childhood Education degree program at Curtin University of Technology gain the skills, knowledge and experience required to teach children aged zero to eight years in early childhood centres and junior primary classes to Year 3.
Consultative Group for International Early Childhood Care and Development (CGECCD)
The school is a partner in the Consultative Group’s international, inter-agency consortium dedicated to improving the quality of life of children around the world. The CG’s executive director is a Ryerson ECE graduate and a former employee. Through this contact the School became the CG’s first university partner and CG’s headquarters and resource library are located on the Ryerson Campus. The School and the CG have engaged in a number of activities including: attendance at annual consultations of the CG; funding for graduate student research activities; and joint advocacy work.
University of Urawa, Japan
The School has a MOU with the University of Urawa (Faculty of Child Studies) which outlines opportunities for collaboration which may include student and faculty study tours, and collaborative research. School faculty members have visited Urawa University to present on Canadian family supports. Each year an Urawa delegation of faculty, students and professionals visit the School and community family support programs.
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The School of Early Childhood Studies offers a variety of opportunities for students who are interested in international education and work with young children outside of Canada. Read more about our INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PLACEMENTS.
An annual Poster Presentation showcasing the knowledge and experience gained in International Placement is held each fall. Read more about the 2012 and 2011 event.
Consider other INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS for Ryerson Students