Thirteen years ago, Weiqing Li married a woman he didn’t know just so he could stay in Canada and reduce his university tuition. It almost cost him his future in Canada. Li explains why others should not make the same mistake.
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)
One unintended consequence of moving in with your girlfriend or boyfriend may be losing the chance to sponsor them as a permanent resident to Canada in the future. (Members only until Nov. 13)
Decisions made about curriculum and program design can dramatically affect the future ability of international students to immigrate to Canada. The Canadian Bureau of International Education is offering a workshop to help senior leaders in education understand those connections.
International students will now get the same free health care insurance in New Brunswick that is available to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents in that province.