Koreans Like Canada -- It's that Simple

Students from South Korea, the leading source of foreign students to Canada, are flocking to all three levels of Canadian schools due to reasonable tuition and an easy English accent to grasp.

Sarah McGregor
Published: Wednesday, 02/22/2006 12:00 am EST

Woong Chang is in his graduating year as a biology major at Carleton University in Ottawa. But the 27-year-old international student confesses his drive to study in Canada was to master the English language. "I didn't care very much about the reputation of the school," says Woong, president of the university's Korean Student Association. "I wanted to study abroad."

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