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Ottawa’s international student cap will create financial risks, university and college leaders say
A federal cap on study permits for international students will create financial risks for postsecondary schools in some parts of the country, which could lead to layoffs and program closings, and affect Canada’s reputation, according to university and college leaders.
Canada’s international student cap is here. How will it work?
Canada is imposing a national cap on the intake of international students into the country, Immigration Minister Marc Miller announced on Monday.
‘Provinces are going to have to step up’: Reaction to Canada’s plan to cap international student permits
With the announcement that Canada will reduce the number of new international student permits by 35 per cent next year as part of a two-year cap on foreign enrollment, stakeholders in Ottawa are voicing their concerns.
Federal cap on international students is unfair, N.B. says
Universities, colleges assessing impact of 35 per cent cut in permits for international students nationwide.