Internationalisation services

We understand the importance of building strong international partnerships and expanding opportunities for student and staff mobility.

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Why internationalisation services matter

Building and maintaining strong international partnerships is not an easy task.

Selecting, establishing and nurturing the right partnerships can be time-consuming and, at times, you may struggle to achieve the outcomes you hoped for.

It’s essential to understand and explore the synergies with other institutions in order to determine whether a partnership will be mutually beneficial.

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Achieving your internationalisation goals

With experienced staff in over 30 countries across the globe and a wealth of established university partnerships, QS understands the complexities that come with expanding into new international markets.

Whatever your objective – whether it’s to diversify your faculty, foster student mobility opportunities or build strong partnerships with institutions overseas – we work with you to expand your global footprint.

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Internationalisation solutions

Explore our range of internationalisation solutions and discover how our team of experts can help you achieve your objectives.

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Success stories

Working with QS has taken the guesswork out of providing high-level information on our university’s internationalisation achievements and has given us a powerful tool to benchmark our successes against a very ambitious overarching internationalisation strategy.

Megan Fulmes, International Information Specialist, University of Saskatchewan

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