Guest Post: Migrant Students United (MSU) feedback survey

Current and former international students - Have your say!

Photo: Migrant Students United survey

OrganizeUW's International Student Sub-Committee is pleased to share this guest post on behalf of our friends at Migrant Students United, who are working hard to support and advocate for international and migrant students at UW and across Canada during the pandemic and beyond.

Migrant Students & Workers: Have your say, shape the next stage of our work!

Many of us have been raising important points about what we deserve as migrant student workers. Thousands of us have united to win changes to permit and PR rules, and we must continue to organize.

Survey Link

Take 2 minutes to fill out this survey so you can help shape the next stage of our work!

  • What matters to you? What changes do you want, and what are you willing to create change for?
  • We need to hear from more current & former international students so we can identify collective priorities

Share widely the link with your friends, group chats, and networks!

Read more about us here:

Need support?

Message on WhatsApp! 647-858-2854

Connect: @MigrantsStudentsUnited - Facebook / Instagram

Note: OUW stands in solidarity with MSU; international students are a vital part of our community and therefore of our local union movement. To see prior posts on issues international graduate students have faced at UW and in support of MSU's campaign, you can click here. Please take action, if you can, to support migrant students!

Committee to Organize UWaterloo
Committee to Organize UWaterloo
supported by CUPE

The Committee to Organize UWaterloo is a grassroots campaign to unionize the academic workers at the University of Waterloo. The campaign is supported by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Canada's largest union.