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Are you looking for an unforgettable experience of a lifetime? Learning and living in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, Australia can be an exciting opportunity for you to experience life.

Every year, thousands of students from other countries pursue their educational goals in these countries with new ways to gain valuable international work experience during and after their studies.

Studying abroad enhance your ability to learn different languages, endorse multicultural understanding and empower your resume with international experience

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Universities witness significant growth in international applications and enrollment

Many news sites have reported a recent surge in interest in Canada as an immigration destination, often attributed to the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, and this interest extended to Canada as a study destination.

At the University of Toronto, more than double the number of American students accepted their admission offers for 2017, compared with 2016. Brock University saw an increase of 30 percent in applications from international students, and in the early stages of the admissions cycle, there has also been an increase of 36 percent in the number of international students accepting their admission offer.

The latest data for 2017 from the University of Alberta International shows that applications to graduate programs from foreign nationals rose 82 percent overall, with significant increases in the numbers of Americans (+60 percent), Indians (+152 percent) and Iranians (+196 percent) applying. At the undergraduate level, overall international applications were up 27 percent, compared to a growth rate of 11 percent at this time in 2016.

“We welcome a growing interest in studying in Canada and expect this development to be more than a one year anomaly – we expect to see strong numbers also in the coming years,” stated Julia Jones-Bourque, Marketing & Communications Manager at the University of Alberta.

Chris Mota, university spokesperson for Concordia University, said, “we’ve been fortunate in that we’ve seen steady increases over the years, so our enrolment has never been an issue. But this year it’s going to be higher.” Concordia University, based in downtown Montreal, has seen increases of up to 325 percent in the number of undergraduate applications received from certain countries — including Mexico (+325 percent), Iran (+317 percent), and India (+233 percent).

“These are countries [whose students] may have considered other parts of the world but now are thinking you know what, maybe I’ll give Canada a try,” Mota noted.

“Canada provides a level of stability and comfort, we’re ranked well, we’re a safe country, by and large, so it’s moved its way up as a destination of choice.”

Pathway to Permanent Residence

International graduates of Canadian institutions may obtain a Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) after their studies, allowing them to work anywhere in Canada, for any employer, for up to three years. The PGWP program was created in order to attract international students to Canada, and few countries with equivalent education systems offer such open and advantageous work opportunities to international graduates.

The growth in the number of PGWPs issued each year has seen a significant increase. At the end of 2008, there were approximately 15,600 PGWP holders. By the end of 2016, there were more than 101,000.

Work experience gained on a PGWP can contribute towards an international graduate’s eligibility for permanent immigration programs, and can provide a way to remain in Canada and work while an application for permanent residence is in process.

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