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Introducing Canada Study News: the Newsletter for International Students

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newsletter-logo-imgThe Campbell Cohen Immigration Network is excited to announce the launch of Canada Study News, a monthly newsletter dedicated to the Canadian education scene. A world of opportunities is available to international students and those considering studying in Canada, and now there is a news source where all these opportunities are brought into focus.

The monthly newsletter will feature breaking news about studying in Canada, as well as tips for students, parents, and recruiters. Every month, subscribers will receive the latest updates from the government, features on top institutions and cities, and advice from industry professionals direct to their inbox. From potential international students abroad, to current students considering their future options, to recruiters and industry professionals around the world, there is something for everyone.

The first newsletter email will be sent in January, 2017 — but there’s already lots to see in the meantime. Visit CanadaStudyNews.com today and get a taste of what’s to come.

Why Canada?

Canada is one of the world’s top study destinations, and individuals around the world are increasingly recognizing everything this country has to offer students. Students choose Canada for its quality study programs, comparatively low tuition fees and living expenses, options to work during studies and after graduation, and an open, welcoming culture. There are also a number of options for permanent immigration after graduation, and the federal government has shown its commitment to improving these options.

More than 350,000 international students study in Canada annually, and this number is increasing — 2015 saw a growth of eight percent in the number of international students in Canada, compared to 2014. Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) also issued 5.4 percent more study permits in 2015 than in 2014.

Canadian institutions are also recognizing the benefits of welcoming more international students. Many colleges and universities continue to develop internationalization programs, establishing links with colleges and universities worldwide. Educators know that international students enrich the classroom environment, bringing different perspectives and experiences to the table.

Pathway to Permanent Immigration

The government of Canada is stepping up its efforts to ease the immigration process for international students. Minister of Immigration John McCallum has called international students “the cream of the crop, in terms of future Canadians,” and many stakeholders agree. It is generally acknowledged across Canada that international students have the education, experience, and language skills to make them ideal candidates for immigration. Furthermore, these individuals have often lived in Canada for several years, making connections in the local community and settling into Canadian society.

In November, the government made good on its promise to improve immigration options for international students in Canada. After a major reform of the Express Entry system, international graduates of Canadian institutions may now benefit from additional points under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) for their Canadian educational credential. In addition, CRS points for arranged employment were reduced, in a move the government expects will lower the CRS cut-off point for issuing Invitations to Apply, thus leaving more room for international students.

Making the Most of Studying in Canada

Many international students in Canada do not intend to remain after their studies, and Canada Study News is equally aimed at these individuals, as well as those students who do wish to settle in Canada. It is crucial to make the most of the opportunities provided by a Canadian study program. Work placements, student groups and clubs, networking events, travel opportunities, and more can provide international students with a unique education that will ensure a rewarding career. Canadian colleges and universities recognize that they have a responsibility towards students from all countries to provide an education and experiences that will enrich economies and societies around the world, as graduates of Canadian institutions make use of their skills worldwide.

See Where Studying in Canada Can Take You . . .

“Individuals are increasingly taking note of the opportunities a Canadian education can provide, from world-class study programs to work experience and even permanent residence,” says Attorney David Cohen. “My team and I are keen to bring you the latest news and the information to help you in your goals, whether that be studying in Canada, or learning more about the education landscape of this country.

“Whether you are a current international student, a recruiter, an educational professional, a parent, or a potential student abroad, I hope you will join us in this exciting new venture.”

Sign up to Canada Study News for free and receive a monthly newsletter direct to your inbox.

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57 thoughts on “Introducing Canada Study News: the Newsletter for International Students

  1. Jasveena chugh

    My son is in university of winnipeg studying BSc in Biochemistry.He is in2nd yr now.can he apply for work permit leaving his study nd in future can he go for PR

  2. Abinas 9526990851

    Also i have completed automotive machine technician. So i wish i want to study automotive power technician in canada.
    Its my dream. I am preparing to this for two years.
    Pls i want to come and study also i want to settle in canada.
    Please

  3. Abhinas Hassan

    Hello
    I am abinas.
    I am person who living with full of dreams to study and settle in canada. I only have the graduation of plus two. So i can do diploma cources in Canada with this graduation. But one more thing during the exam of chemistry i got dengue fever, so i couldn’t pass the exam. But after one year i have passed with great marks.
    Actually my question is “can i study and settle in Canada with graduation”. I wish the answer should be positive.
    Please don’t avoid me. Its a request.

  4. avril barnes

    for the bc pnp skills worker programme, do I have to get a job offer to be able to go?

  5. sahana

    I want to study in Canada . can my family also come along with me

  6. Shiva Hari Budhathoki

    I am really intrested to study in canada. I just complete the 13 years course with (diploma in electronics engineering ). I am planning to go further study with bachelor in electrical engineering in canada. however I am from Nepal here isn`t canadian embassy. plz asist me

  7. Bilal Ahmad

    Hi I want get bechler dagree in Canada I have interest soo much plz help me and guide me

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