On August 7, the deadline closed for submissions to the pre-budget consultations process ahead of the 2021 federal budget, and Canadian organizations have been publishing their recommendations and suggestions.
Topic: international students
The migration and innovation that emerges from the devastation of the coronavirus may allow us to address social and environmental goals that have thus far seemed elusive.
A new study underscoring the critical importance of research partnerships between the U.S. and China has important implications for Canada as it seeks to strengthen international collaboration and attract academic talent from abroad.
International students provide immense benefits to Canadian schools and the communities that host them, especially when they remain past graduation. Most students choose higher-ed institutions in larger cities, but colleges and universities in smaller, rural and remote centres can do more to draw and retain foreign talent.
Canada’s innovation ecosystem draws much of its strength from international students and immigrants. Here we look at some of the key figures and statistics underlying this vital trend.