The number of international students enrolled at Atlantic Canada’s 16 universities has doubled since 2007, according to a recent report of the Association of Atlantic Universities. That almost — but not quite — makes up for declines in domestic students.
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.
Which provinces include international students in the public health insurance system offered to all Canadians and permanent residents? We have the answers.
African students who want to become leaders in public policy and administration are urged to apply for the comprehensive African Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship Program.
Applications for a Canadian study permit soared 32 percent this year. Interactive map shows the growth rate in more than 100 countries. Applications from China are flat, but Indian applications jumped 88 percent. (Members only 9/26)
Canada wants entrepreneurial immigrants. Nova Scotia was the first government to set up an immigration stream for students who want to start their own business. (Members only 9/28)
The key to getting a good job after immigration is getting a good job before immigration, new study shows. (Members only until 9/8)
It just got easier for people who speak French to get a work permit in Canada — even if they won’t be speaking French at work. (Members only until 9/8)
Nova Scotia’s pilot program to keep international students in the province has been renewed.