Revealed: Canadian Provinces with the Highest and Lowest University Tuition Fees

In Canada, there is a wide scatter of tuition fees for university programs: in the most expensive province, the cost can be three times higher than in the cheapest one. Fees can also vary depending on the field of study. A new report by Statistics Canada showed that tuition fees have changed significantly in the Read More …

4 out of 10 International Students Are Denied a Canadian Visa

More than half of international students wishing to study at Canadian colleges and universities were denied study permits over the last winter and spring. Between January and May 2019, Canadian immigration officers rejected 53% of applications for study permits submitted by foreigners in the hope of enrolling in Canadian undergraduate programs, according to the data Read More …

Immigrants in Quebec Will Get an Increased Allowance To Attend French Courses

Free courses will be available to temporary workers, foreign students, and their spouses, as well as to foreigners who have lived in Quebec for more than five years. Quebec is investing more than C$70 million in teaching French new immigrants to improve their integration into the local community. The Coalition for Quebec’s Future, the province’s Read More …