More than 60 countries are represented in the student body. International students are found throughout the University community, in the English as a Second Language (ESL) program and at both the undergraduate and graduate level. International and ESL students contribute to the diversity of our community, helping enrich every student's education.
The Intercultural Programs (ICP) team serves the international student population by providing them with an introduction and orientation to the TWU community, and by offering ongoing support as they transition to life and school in Canada. ICP is also a bridge between North American and International students; heightening campus awareness of cultural diversity by advocating for equity where differences and tensions may arise. ICP organizes cultural activities and strives to offer welcoming personal connections for international and poly-cultural students.
Make friends with local North American students and international students through fun activities, amazing discussion and group hangouts. This is your opportunity to build cross-cultural friendships!
Are you "culturally hungry"? Learn how to cook a delicious meal from a different culture and learn more about their culture. Limited space available.
Come connect and make friends with other TCK and MK students in the community through fun games, personal conversations and sharing, listening to guest speakers and group socials.
Get involved with the various TWUSA culture clubs on campus. These clubs get together to hangout, run activities in the community and promote their culture. Clubs include Afro-Caribbean, Korean and Latin.
Interested in participating? Visit the Global Lounge to register or e-mail email@example.com
To get connected with us, come visit the Global Lounge, located on the 2nd floor of Douglas Centre. There you will find international hosts who can help you with any question about campus. The Global Lounge is also a space for residence and commuters, regardless of nation, to hang out and relax in a home-like space.
Douglas Centre (2nd Floor - above TWUSA)