One 'L' Please

Published: Wednesday, 10/05/2005 12:00 am EDT

(Re: "Foreign Students Are a Lucrative Source of Cash for Canadian Institutions," Embassy Sept. 28, 2005) When reporting on education it's probably good to use Canadian spellings of education phrases -- especially being a Canadian publication. Their deck uses the word "enrollment" -- the Canadian spelling of this word is "enrolment." Secondly, I'm surprised you are still using the term "Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade." The government split up this group into two groups which are now Foreign Affairs Canada and International Trade Canada. Finally, I would like to add our own findings, based on the survey we conducted with over 20,000 international students from across the globe who use our Web site. Mr. Dudley and Mr. Adeba indicate that the most popular programs for international students are public health and public policy, environment, economics, political science and pure science. Our survey indicates that MBA, post-graduate studies, undergraduate business, ESL and engineering are top rated programs.

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