Canada has a 'trade deficit' in sending students abroad

Anyone who has attended a post-secondary institution has encountered and befriended them: international students. Students from across the world look to Canada as a possible location to pursue their post-secondary education. Canada receives students from all major continents. It is definitely one of the top destinations in the world for international post-secondary students.

Rathika Sitsabaiesan
Published: Wednesday, 02/15/2012 12:00 am EST

Anyone who has attended a post-secondary institution has encountered and befriended them: international students. Students from across the world look to Canada as a possible location to pursue their post-secondary education. Canada receives students from all major continents. It is definitely one of the top destinations in the world for international post-secondary students.

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