- The number of international students in Canada has increased by 94 percent since 2001, climbing to a total of 265,377 in 2012.
- The top four countries of origin – China, India, South Korea, and Saudi Arabia – mirror those of the U.S.
- More than two-thirds of students described opportunities to work full-time in Canada post-graduation and to obtain permanent residency as either "very important" or "essential" factors in their decision to study in Canada.
Inside Higher Ed shares highlights of a new report released by the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE). Here are a few:
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