The province of Newfoundland and Labrador has made it easier for international students to immigrate to Canada.
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Provincial officials decided just two weeks before a popular program was supposed to die that they might not kill it after all. Alberta will continue to take applications to the Post-Graduate Worker Category indefinitely.
The Canadian government is warning international students to beware of thieves who pretend to be immigration officials.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has opened seven new Visa Application Centres in China to support a spurt in applications by students, visitors and temporary workers.
Canada is the favourite study destination of international education agents and their clients, according to a new survey that polled agents in 107 countries around the world.
Newfoundland and Labrador has launched two new pilot programs that offer international students paid internships and placements.
International student enrolment in Canadian universities rose by 11 per cent across Canada this year, with British Columbia showing the biggest increase.
Manitoba is launching Canada’s first fast-track immigration program for international students who have a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math.
The new International Education Stream is only for international students who have studied in Manitoba.
International students will soon pay less for their BC health plans, but are excluded from steeper discounts offered to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. The monthly cost of BC’s MSP (health insurance) plan will drop by 50 percent on January.