We work with the IB to encourage experienced candidates seeking positions in IB schools to establish professional portfolios with CIS Career & Recruitment Services. CIS member schools can access the portfolios of CIS Candidates through the Candidate Recruitment Hub. CIS Candidates can search and apply for positions at CIS IB Schools and other accredited CIS schools, while enjoying all the other benefits of being CIS Candidates.

Partnership with Queen’s University: new opportunities for schools recruiting teachers

Many of our member schools tell us that recently graduated educators bring a fresh perspective and enthusiasm to their schools, which often contributes to a much-needed dimension of diversity in the faculty. CIS has cemented a partnership with Queen’s University in Ontario to help prepare recent graduates to find their first positions abroad.

Queen’s University is one is one of Canada’s oldest degree-granting institutions, and the Faculty of Education is a highly regarded leader in promoting international education. Since the late 1980s, it has placed thousands of teachers in hundreds of countries. Along with Queen’s University, CIS sees this kind of partnership as central to putting the mission of “shaping the future of international education” into action that will benefit our member schools.

We are eager to see how this partnership will grow and enhance our commitment to serving our member schools’ staffing needs. We are encouraged by the positive feedback we have received about this new initiative so far. We hope that it demonstrates our ever-evolving leadership in connecting our schools with the best educators.

CIS Collaboration with The University of British Columbia

We are pleased to announce a unique and exciting partnership with The University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

UBC enrols one of the largest number of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme graduates world-wide. In addition, it has a vibrant Bachelor of Education professional degree programme that provides teacher candidates in the IB stream the Certificate of Teaching and Learning in either the Primary Years, Middle Years or Diploma Programme options.

Rated among the top 40 universities globally, UBC is delighted to partner with CIS to afford graduates in the IB option direct contact with member schools. Director of IB Educator Programmes at UBC, Mr. Gary Little, said, “We not only view the partnership with CIS as a terrific opportunity for our IB-certified teacher candidates to work abroad but also as a terrific opportunity for CIS schools to hire some of the best-trained, most passionate teachers entering the profession.”

Situated on Canada’s west coast, UBC is home to over 12,000 international students with links across the globe.  In addition, the university has over 500 active international partnerships in more than 65 countries.

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