Study in Canada

Canada’s higher education system is a beacon of academic excellence, attracting students from all over the globe. The strength of Canadian universities has been highlighted once again in the latest World University Rankings. With a diverse and multicultural environment, these institutions offer top-tier education and research opportunities. In this blog, we delve into what makes... The post Canadian Higher Education Shine in World Universities Rankings appeared first on ImmigCanada Immi...
Canadian Higher Education Shine in World Universities Rankings
Canada’s higher education system is a beacon of academic excellence, attracting students from all over the globe. The strength of Canadian universities has been highlighted once again in the latest World University Rankings. With a diverse and multicultural environment, these institutions offer top-tier education and research opportunities. In this blog, we delve into what makes... The post Canadian Higher Education Shine in World Universities Rankings appeared first on ImmigCanada Immi...
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Unlock Your Future: Why Canada is the Ideal Destination for International Students
Canada has long been a beacon for international students seeking high-quality education and a gateway to global opportunities. The country’s welcoming environment, diverse culture, and robust educational system make it an attractive choice for students worldwide. However, recent trends have shown a misalignment between the fields of study pursued by international students and the actual... The post Unlock Your Future: Why Canada is the Ideal Destination for International Students appear...
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Ontario’s PAL Allocation: Colleges Outshine Universities in Provincial Share
Ontario’s recent Provincial Attestation Letter (PAL) allocation has sparked significant discussion in the education sector. The data reveals a strong preference for colleges over universities, raising questions about the future of international education in the province. Colleges have secured a whopping 84% of the total allocations, leaving universities with a mere 16%. This distribution has... The post Ontario’s PAL Allocation: Colleges Outshine Universities in Provincial Share appeare...
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Strengthening Student Protections: New Brunswick’s Oversight of Private Career Colleges
The New Brunswick provincial government has taken proactive steps to enhance oversight and accountability within the realm of private career colleges. Through legislative amendments introduced on May 7, 2024, the government aims to fortify student protections and ensure higher standards of quality and transparency. Enhancing Student Protections One of the primary objectives of the legislative... The post Strengthening Student Protections: New Brunswick’s Oversight of Private Career Coll...
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Indian Students’ Preference Shift: Canada vs. the US
In recent years, there has been a significant shift in the choice of destination among Indian students seeking higher education. According to a study by the National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP), Canada has emerged as the preferred destination over the United States for Indian students. Let’s explore the reasons behind this trend and its... The post Indian Students’ Preference Shift: Canada vs. the US appeared first on ImmigCanada Immigration Consulting Firm.
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Quebec’s New French Study Requirement: What You Need to Know
On April 29, 2024, Quebec introduced a significant change to its Quebec Graduates stream of the Quebec Experience Program. This article provides an overview of the new French study requirement, its implications for aspiring immigrants, and the conditions applicants must meet to qualify. Understanding the French Study Requirement Effective November 23, 2024, Quebec graduates seeking... The post Quebec’s New French Study Requirement: What You Need to Know appeared first on ImmigCanada Imm...
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Canada’s Strategic Approach to Study Permit Allocations in 2024
Canada’s attractiveness as a destination for international students has been on the rise in recent years, prompting the government to implement measures to manage this influx effectively. In line with this objective, Marc Miller, the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, recently unveiled the finalized allocations for study permits across provinces and territories for... The post Canada’s Strategic Approach to Study Permit Allocations in 2024 appeared first on ...
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Uncertainty Surrounds Canada’s Study Permit Cap: Newfoundland & Labrador Seeks Clarity
Recent developments in Canada’s study permit application process have left Newfoundland and Labrador grappling with uncertainty. Provincial officials are urging Ottawa to provide clarity amid what they perceive as mixed signals from the federal government. Let’s explore the concerns and implications surrounding Canada’s study permit cap. Newfoundland’s Call for Clarity Provincial Immigration Minister Gerry Byrne... The post Uncertainty Surrounds Canada’s Study Pe...
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New Brunswick Schools Advocate for International Student Support Amid Federal Caps
New Brunswick’s post-secondary institutions are grappling with the repercussions of new federal caps on international student numbers. Despite recent efforts by the immigration department to ease restrictions, schools like St. Thomas University are expressing concerns about the limitations hindering their capacity to accept more international students. Challenges Faced by St. Thomas University St. Thomas University,... The post New Brunswick Schools Advocate for International Student Su...
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Nova Scotia’s Allocation Plan for International Students in 2024
Nova Scotia, renowned for its world-class educational institutions and welcoming communities, has unveiled its plan to issue 12,900 study permits to international students in 2024. This allocation, provided by the federal government, reflects Nova Scotia’s commitment to fostering global connections and enriching its educational landscape. Strategic Distribution Across Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) The province’s allocation... The post Nova Scotia’s Allocation Plan for In...
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Extended Duration for Interim Work Authorization for International Graduates in Canada
In a recent development aimed at facilitating international graduates in Canada, the duration of interim work authorization has been extended. This move is set to benefit individuals awaiting a decision on their work permit applications, providing them with enhanced opportunities for employment while their applications are being processed. Updated Validity Period Under the revised regulations,... The post Extended Duration for Interim Work Authorization for International Graduates in Canada a...
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Immigration Minister Promises Universities and Colleges Will Not Be Affected by the Federal Cap o...
In a move to address growing concerns about housing shortages and maintain educational standards, Canada has recently implemented a cap on international study permits. This decision has ignited discussions within the educational sphere, with stakeholders eager to understand its implications. Immigration Minister Marc Miller has sought to allay fears, assuring that reputable institutions will not... The post Immigration Minister Promises Universities and Colleges Will Not Be Affected by the Fe...
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Alberta & British Columbia Issuing Provincial Attestation Letters (PAL) for International Students
In recent developments, Alberta and British Columbia, prominent provinces in Canada, have introduced a pivotal change in their immigration procedures by rolling out Provincial Attestation Letters (PALs). These PALs are now being directly issued to eligible postsecondary institutions, marking a significant shift for new international student applicants. The proactive move by these provinces aligns with... The post Alberta & British Columbia Issuing Provincial Attestation Letters (PAL) for ...
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Ontario’s Strategic Allocation of International Student Applications to Support Labour Market
Ontario’s approach to international student applications is evolving to align with the province’s labour market needs. With recent announcements prioritizing certain programs and institutions, there’s a strategic focus on nurturing talent in high-demand sectors. Let’s delve into the details of this allocation strategy and its implications. Prioritizing In-Demand Programs Ontario’s Government has laid out a... The post Ontario’s Strategic Allocation of Inter...
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Understanding the Implications of the Cap on Canada Study Permits
In a recent announcement by Immigration Minister Marc Miller, significant changes to the issuance of study permits for international students in Canada have been released. The implementation of a cap on study permit applications is expected to have far-reaching consequences, impacting both prospective students and educational institutions across the country. Let’s delve into the details... The post Understanding the Implications of the Cap on Canada Study Permits appeared first on Immig...