New Brunswick leads the pack in a new trend of international students settling down in the Atlantic province where they earned their degree.
Canada expands fast-track study permit program that helps students with higher language skills and money in the bank.
More international students want to stay in Canada than ever before. A new survey by the Canadian Bureau for International Education shows that 60 per cent want to immigrate after graduation.
Fewer than one third of Canadian colleges and universities help international students with things like study permits, travel visas, post-graduation work permits or applying for permanent resident status.
International students in Atlantic Canada should get better and longer work permits than students in the rest of Canada as part of a strategy to boost immigration to the region. (Members only until Nov. 13)
Chinese immigration to Canada dropped in half over the last 12 years, but new statistics show that trend may be reversing. One report shows that Chinese students are increasingly deciding to return home after studying abroad. (Members only until Nov. 13)