Phuong Anh Pham
Global Learning Coordinator
Fun fact: In 2011, I joined an exchange program for the first time and got to travel, live, and study in Singapore. The cultural diversity, their technology and education, along with their spectacular efforts for environmental sustainability were impressive! This exchange experience changed my perspective of global learning and intercultural competence. And it has nurtured my passion for studying and living abroad ever since!
Manager, Global Learning and Engagement
Fun Fact: I was fortunate enough to begin my global learning journey in high school on a three-week exchange to Germany. This experience motivated me to apply for a semester exchange in Perth, Australia as part of my undergraduate degree. In turn, this experience inspired me to move across the world to South Korea upon graduation where I began a career in International Education and completed a Master’s Degree in International Relations. After nearly 8 years abroad, I’m grateful to be able to support students in their own global learning experiences as they gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be a global citizen.
Global Learning Coordinator
Fun fact: I had the most amazing experience when I went on an exchange in Denmark. Through my study abroad, I was lucky enough to travel to over 12 countries around Europe and gained new perspectives, friends, and appreciation for different cultures. I must say, however, that I will always have a soft spot for the beautiful city of Copenhagen.
Wondering if you can receive credit for going abroad? Can you do a semester exchange with your program? Want to plan ahead for a global opportunity? Look no further! Each Humber Faculty has a dedicated International Coordinator to assist you with all things related to your academic success. Don’t hesitate to reach out to your faculty’s coordinator for more information!
International Partnerships & Mobility Student Advisor
Fun fact: In 2018 I completed an internship in Brazil and I had the opportunity to visit the vibrant city of Rio de Janeiro. Its natural beauty, bustling streets, magnificent architecture, diverse cuisines and fascinating historical sites make Rio a wonderful destination. I loved it so much, I went twice! Saudade do Brasil.
Fun fact: My favourite place I’ve travelled to is Venice, Italy. I’ve wanted to visit since the first time I saw a picture of the city on water when I was a young child. Visiting it in real life years later was absolutely surreal!
Professor, PC International
Fun Fact: My favourite place to travel is Spain - I love how diverse each region is and I can't wait to explore more of Spain.
Manager, International Initiatives
Fun Fact: Growing up a lot of folks have said to me “the world is your oyster, and you can do anything you want.” This has stuck with me ever since. To date, I have travelled to over 10 countries including Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Malawi, Switzerland and Australia. Do I have a favourite location? No, because I love them all! Travelling for me is a hobby and I will continue to discover and see other parts of the world as much as possible.
Global Learning & Strategic Initiatives Coordinator
Fun Fact: My favourite place I've traveled to is Nepal - because of it's beauty, cultural diversity, religious cooperation, cuisine, artisanal talent, and the ingenuity of its people!
Manager, Global Initiatives and Partnership Development
Fun Fact: Each and every city that I’ve been to has brought me life experiences and I love all of them. However, the city of Lyon, France, still remains my favourite place, not only because of its charm but also perhaps because it was the first destination of my study-work abroad adventure and it witnessed how my global perspective has been built up. Although Paris’s nickname is the City of Lights, it is Lyon where the most famous Festival of Lights (Fete des Lumieres) is hosted to celebrate light and honour the Virgin Mary. Every December, Lyon has lit up with an explosion of light and colour. Public places and buildings come alive with art installations by lighting designers and visual artists. People are excited to find music, dancing, parades and food stalls transform the old district of Lyon into a place flooded with light, beauty and sound.