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Archives for January 2017
Universities and colleges voice their support for welcoming, open society in the wake of President Trump’s executive order to suspend immigration to the United States from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Many Canadian universities and colleges have made statements in response to the executive order, expressing concern for the immediate 90-day suspension on immigration to the US from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. Universities Canada, an advocacy group for 97 Canadian universities, issued a statement on Sunday evening condemning the order. Many member universities have since issued statements supporting Universities Canada and echoing their concern. [Read more…]
The CanadaVisa Study Hub is a new platform for international students in Canada and recent graduates on a Post-Graduation Work Permit. With resources, news updates, and personalized notifications relating to all things immigration, the Study Hub is the number one destination for students and graduates to achieve their study and immigration goals. [Read more…]
Between improvements to the immigration system, investment in study programs, and growing employment opportunities, 2016 was an exciting year for international students in Canada. Potential international students around the world are increasingly looking to the country as a study destination for its welcoming attitude, comparatively low tuition fees, world-class study programs, and permanent immigration options. Read on to find out more about what went on in 2016, and what we can look forward to in 2017. [Read more…]
Canadian universities are reporting a significant increase in applications from American students for the 2017-2018 academic year, in some cases receiving up to 80 percent more applications than last year. [Read more…]