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Ontario Invests In Tomorrow's Global Leaders

Ontario Invests In Tomorrow's Global Leaders

The province will invest $25 million in the school, which will bring together the Munk Centre for International Studies and the independent Canadian International Council. The school will also forge strong ties with the School of Public Policy and Governance and the Rotman School of Management.

The province will invest $25 million in the school, which will bring together the Munk Centre for International Studies and the independent Canadian International Council. The school will also forge strong ties with the School of Public Policy and Governance and the Rotman School of Management.

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  • This investment will create opportunities for 15 new PhD students this year and 40 more master's students over the next two years.
  • The new school will offer a collaborative PhD program in Global Change – the first of its kind in Canada.

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“This school will attract the best scholars and researchers, provide extraordinary learning opportunities for students and help Ontario stay on top of the latest global trends so we can continue to compete and win in the knowledge economy”

John Milloy

Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities

“The Government of Ontario has made a visionary investment. It will have a profound impact on the province's capacity to manage globalization and create new economic opportunities. The investment also sends a strong signal that the Province understands the importance of strengthening our competitive advantages, both academically and as a society.”

David Naylor

President, University of Toronto

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