VIA Vancouver Institute for the Americas
Sat, 2020-Aug-22 01:14 UTC
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VIA Vancouver Institute for the Americas (1998–2007) was a Canadian organization of higher education dedicated to the research and projects implementation of Education for sustainable development centered in the academic integration of the Americas, under the guidance of the International Bureau of Education. VIA operated from their main training center located at 470 Granville Street, Vancouver, in the province of British Columbia, and from their southern regional training center located at Las Condes, in Santiago, Chile. VIA was an organization incorporated of British Columbia, with a subsidiary registered in Santiago. VIA was an institute registered at the Ministry of Advanced Education of British Columbia as a provider of higher private education, allowing to provide accredited certifications and its programs qualified for provincial financial assistance and Canadian government scholarship programs.
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