CBIE Says Canada Must Send More Students to Study Abroad

Source: CBIE News Release via Academica | November 24, 2014 The Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) has released its annual report on the state of international education in Canada. According to the report, the number of international students coming to Canada is increasing; however, only 3% of Canadian students are studying internationally. CBIE says […]

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National Survey of Student Engagement Results Released

Source: Inside Higher Ed via Academica | November 21, 2014 The results of the annual National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) were released on Thursday. 73 Canadian and 640 US institutions participated in the survey this year. Among the survey’s findings are that the number of meetings with an academic advisor was positively linked with […]

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Survey Shows International Students Believe Canada is Safe, Affordable for Studies

Source: Asian Pacific Post via Academica | November 20, 2014 A new survey of international students from Asia and the Middle East has shown that, among English speaking destinations, Canada has a strong reputation for affordability and safety. The survey polled 1,000 students who had used the services of the global education agency IDP. Canada […]

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Ivey Named Top International Business School by Businessweek

Source: Businessweek via Academica | November 13, 2014 Businessweek has released its biennial rankings of full-time MBA programs, naming the Ivey School of Business at Western University the top international business program. Ivey climbed 6 places to take the top spot. Queen’s University’s business school appears in 10th spot, falling 6 places from its position […]

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Meet the 2012 Premier Agency Business Award Nominees

Source: EduNova – Nova Notes The anticipation continues to grow as we announce the 2012 Premier Agency Business Award nominees! Only the highest standards have guided the judges on their quest to recognize the leaders in international education. Ethical business practices, integrity, strategic vision and innovation are the hallmarks of those chosen to represent the […]

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Poll Says NS Middle-Income Earners Would Pay Higher Taxes for Lowered Tuition

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Source: Metro News | February 5, 2014 A survey by the Nova Scotia Post-Secondary Education Coalition says that 71% of Nova Scotians who make between $40,000 and $70,000 a year would pay higher taxes if they knew the money went towards lowering university and college tuition. The poll, which surveyed 800 people in December, also reveals that […]

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83% of Ontario College Grads Employed Within 6 Months of Graduation

Source: Colleges Ontario News Release | April 15, 2014   According to Colleges Ontario’s latest Key Performance Indicators (KPI) report, 83.4% of college graduates find employment within just 6 months of graduation. Employers are also pleased: over 92% of respondents reported feeling satisfied or very satisfied with the graduates they have hired. While impressive, these […]

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