EduNova Wins International Association of the Year Award

Friday, September 8, 2017 in London England, EduNova Cooperative Limited wins the Association of the Year Award at the PIE News’ inaugural PIEoneer Awards. Based in London, the PIE is the leading news source for the international education sector – valued at over $200 Billion USD world-wide.

Over 300 nominations were received for awards in 12 categories. These nominations were shortlisted, and passed on to a 15-person judging panel. Representing different sectors and professions within international education, the hand-picked jury spans five continents and had the final say on the winners. Also shortlisted for Association of the Year were organizations from China, the United States and Australia.

“EduNova is thrilled to be honoured with this International Award. International education and training is Nova Scotia’s second largest export sector. Although our province is small compared to the size of competing regions, we can accomplish great things through our sector’s close collaboration with government and private sector partners”, states Wendy Luther, EduNova President & CEO. “This award is a celebration of our unique form of collaboration in Nova Scotia. This is a motivator to build upon our message of Nova Scotia as an incredible place to study, work and build a future. It’s thanks to the leadership of the EduNova Board, Committee Members, and Federal and Provincial government supporters that Nova Scotia is receiving international recognition for our important work.”

The PIEoneer Awards honour achievements and unique contributions to the international education sector. “We’re excited to launch awards that reflect our readership of professionals working in all parts of international education all over the world,” said Amy Baker, The PIE’s managing director. “Through our daily news coverage of the sector we see all of the exciting developments happening and The PIEoneer Awards is a great way to celebrate those innovative achievements all in one place.”

If you would like more information please contact Wendy Luther, President and CEO, EduNova Co-operative Ltd. at 902-424-4058 or email at