Mitacs expands Globalink program with new MoU with France

November 5, 2014

Mitacs has signed an agreement with Campus France that will expand its Globalink program and offer more research opportunities for students in both countries. Campus France is a public institution committed to promoting higher education and research as well as international mobility in France. Beginning in 2015, undergraduate and graduate students will be able to work on research projects in each other’s countries. The initiative is part of the Canada-France Action Plan and will be co-funded by the governments of each country. “The agreement with France will provide new opportunities for Canadian faculty and universities to benefit from students’ international perspectives, while demonstrating the breadth of Canadian research opportunities,” said Rob Annan, Interim CEO of Mitacs. Mitacs News Release