Top Universities in Canada to Study Engineering In 2017

Top Universities in Canada to Study Engineering In 2017

Students who choose to study engineering at a Canadian university have a wide range of career options, particularly if they choose to stay in Canada after graduation.

Recently, Maclean’s Magazine released its 2017 rankings of Canadian universities across eight popular study areas: Engineering, Biology, Computer Science, education, environmental science, medicine, mathematics, nursing, and psychology. Read on to find out more about the best universities in Canada to study Engineering.

  1. University of Toronto

With a global name for itself, the University of Toronto is a big-league player. It consistently ranks as one of the top 50 public universities in the world and its reputation as a research institution brings countless accolades. It is also a big institution, with more than 8,000 faculties and nearly 60,000 students over three campuses: in downtown Toronto (St. George campus), Mississauga, and Scarborough. The university’s popularity is reflected in an international student body comprised of students from over 150 countries.

U of T has dominated Engineering studies in Canada since 1873. The Faculty of Applied Sciences and Engineering is massive, with almost 8,000 students pursuing undergraduate and graduate programs in 16 campus buildings and one nearby aerospace facility. Undergraduates may pursue a study program in one of eight core study areas (Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mineral Engineering), or in one of eight specializations within Engineering Sciences (Aerospace Engineering, Biomedical Systems Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Engineering Math, Statistics & Finance, Engineering Physics, Infrastructure Engineering, and Robotics). Graduate students have a choice of innovative specializations in research and professional degrees, including Sustainable Aviation, Advanced Water Technologies & Process Design, and a collaborative program in Engineering Education, among others.

  1. University of Waterloo

The University of Waterloo is traditionally recognized as a science and engineering giant. It’s not just a think tank however; the school incubates and drives innovation in the Technology Triangle, a network of over 1000 tech companies in the area. Meanwhile, Waterloo has the largest co-op program in the world with more than 19,000 participating students in more than 120 co-op programs.

This institution claims to have the biggest Engineering school in Canada, with more than 9,100 students enrolled in 2015. With 14 undergraduate programs and 37 graduate programs and some of the most innovative and well-funded facilities in Canada, Waterloo draws students from all over the world. Through a wide variety of co-op programs alternating with in-class education, undergraduate students may gain up to two years of paid work experience before graduation. Graduate students have plentiful opportunities to partner with local businesses to develop projects, and all students have access to the largest student design center in North America.

  1. University of British Columbia

UBC has an international reputation for leading research and academic programs at all levels, landing it consistently in one of the world’s top 50 spots. 14 faculties offer more than 200 programs in undergraduate, graduates and continuing education studies. Located on a large peninsula in Vancouver, the campus looks and feels like a small city.

UBC’s Faculty of Applied Sciences (Engineering) offers programs in 21 disciplines at the undergraduate and graduate levels. All undergraduate programs lead to a Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc) degree. Graduate studies include programs for industry professionals seeking to upgrade their experience, as well as programs for individuals wishing to pursue research careers. Studying Engineering at UBC isn’t all work and no play, however — every year, students get together with professors and industry mentors to build a robotic sailboat, and their efforts have won the International Robotic Sailing Regatta for the last three years.

  1. University of Alberta

Located in Edmonton, University of Alberta is the province’s leading research and education institution. Largely for engineering, science, and medicine, the university also offers more than 400 programs in 18 faculties. Considered a top five university in Canada and in the top 100 globally, the school combines excellent instruction, state-of-the-art facilities, well-funded programs, and world-renowned research.

For more than 100 years, Engineering has played a key role in the University of Alberta’s study programming. The Faculty’s five departments offer 21 programs, in specializations including Biomedical Engineering (in collaboration with the Faculty of Medicine), Civil & Environmental Engineering, Mining & Petroleum Engineering, and more. The university can boast the second-largest Engineering co-op program in Canada, with more than 1,400 paid placements available for students each year. Cutting-edge facilities include the Micromachining and Nanofabrication Facility, Integrated NanoSystems Research Facility, and the National Institute for Nanotechnology.

  1. McGill University

McGill has become an epicentre for research and instruction compelling countless bright students from all over the globe. Home to 11 faculties and 12 professional schools, McGill offers its 38,000 students a choice of over 300 programs over two campuses. McGill’s main buildings sit at the heart of the vibrant downtown core of Montreal, and students at this academic and cultural icon are never far from off-campus excitement.

McGill’s Engineering Faculty offers nine undergraduate programs, in addition to graduate degrees and diplomas in eight study areas. Research plays a big part of the Faculty, and students are encouraged to get involved through summer programs and co-op placements. There is also a strong focus on student life within the Engineering Faculty, whose students are “a close-knit and spirited group on campus”. Frequent student activities and dedicated initiatives to encouraging women in Engineering make McGill a top destination for students.

  1. Queen’s University

Queen’s University is a Canadian icon. Located in Kingston Ontario, the school is known for its old world architecture, a vibrant student life, and outstanding programming and research. Neo-Gothic limestone study halls — most from the 19th century — dot this neighborhood full of students, artists, researchers and academics.

Queen’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is home to five departments, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and Mining, offering ten study programs. These specialized programs include subjects not widely offered across Canada — such as Mathematics Engineering, Engineering Physics, and Robotics & High-Tech Communications. While access to popular Engineering programs is competitive at some universities, Queen’s guarantees that all undergraduate Engineering students who pass all their courses in first year can enter their program of choice.

  1. University of Calgary

The University of Calgary is located in Canada’s rapidly booming energy capital. Not surprisingly, engineering and energy-related disciplines and business programs prosper here — helped by significant private sector funding — but it is also a center for political science and public policy.

The Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary offers eight undergraduate degree programs, and 24 graduate programs. Within these, students can pursue highly specialized concentrations in areas such as Mechatronics Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Energy and Environment, and more. The School has a mandate towards internationalization — more than six percent of students in the School are international, and the university is aiming to increase this to 10 percent. The School also describes itself as a leader “in integrating sustainability into engineering education” — a hot topic in the Canadian Engineering industry — and boasts “more female students and faculty than the national average.”

  1. McMaster University

McMaster has a look and feel reminiscent of the old world. One of the founding members of the U15 (Canada’s Association of top research universities) McMaster has a well-deserved reputation as a foremost research institution moving billions of dollars through the Canadian economy every year. The school regularly scores in the top 100 globally and is a top 10 Canadian school.

McMaster’s Faculty of Engineering is a powerhouse. It is separated into two schools — the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the W. Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology. The former manages seven departments, two graduate schools, and two unique five-year undergraduate programs (Engineering & Management, and Energy & Society), while the latter offers seven undergraduate and five graduate programs with small class sizes and a focus on student group work.

  1. Ryerson University

Ryerson University has always maintained a polytechnic focus. But fairly recently the University began to reinvent itself in the realm of business incubation and innovation. Ryerson is also a truly urban university, so don’t expect sprawling green grass and colonial buildings: the school is located in the middle of Toronto’s financial district.

Ryerson’s Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science offers a considerable selection of study programs — 10 at the undergraduate level, and 11 at the graduate level. Many of these focus on innovation in addition to traditional Engineering disciplines. For example, the Professional Masters Diploma (PMDip) in Energy and Innovation prepares graduates for careers in an evolving Canadian energy sector. Ryerson also operates a dedicated program for supporting women in Engineering study programs and careers.

  1. University of Victoria

Ranked in the top 200 universities globally, The University of Victoria has a reputation for groundbreaking research that has carried itself around the world. Students remark that a small teacher-student ratio and an emphasis on co-op and practical experience with the outside community make UVic a good educational investment.

UVic has seven programs in its Engineering Faculty — Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Software Engineering. Numerous specializations are offered within each of these broad programs. In addition to its Maclean’s ranking, the university was also ranked third in Canada by science news website Science Watch.

  1. University of Ottawa (tie)

The University of Ottawa is the nation’s second-largest bilingual University, offering almost 500 specializations, majors, and minors at the undergraduate level. Also on offer are more than 150 Masters, Doctorate and Graduate Certificate programs. Few schools in Canada can claim this kind of diversity and choice, spread through 10 faculties. The school also values providing students with external opportunities: yearly audits of its programs proclaim a 97 percent after-graduation placement rate.

Program diversity is a key feature of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Ottawa — programs are available in eight disciplines at both the undergraduate and PhD levels, and in 11 disciplines at the Masters level. Of these, several are not offered at other institutions on this list. Study programs are also flexible: it is possible to add an Engineering Management and Entrepreneurship or Computing Technology option to most engineering and computer science programs. The faculty also hosts Ontario’s second-largest co-op program, boasting a placement rate of up to 97 percent.

  1. Western University (tie)

Western University is a leading research university in many fields — including health sciences, wind engineering, neuroscience, and biomaterials. The school offers more than 400 specializations, majors, and minors at the undergraduate level. It also offers more than 160 programs at the Master’s and Doctorate levels. Western University is made up of 82 buildings over 1,200 acres across London, Ontario.

Western Engineering offers nine study programs and four accelerated study programs to its undergraduates. Undergraduate students may also choose to pursue dual degrees, of which Western has two types: Combined and the Concurrent. Both offer students the opportunity to graduate with two degrees in less time than it would take to complete each separately. Graduate studies are also important here: the current graduate prospectus states there are 413 international graduate students in the faculty, compared to 307 domestic graduate students. Consequently, it is one of the few faculties in Canada to have a majority of international students. The faculty is also active in the local community — it recently partnered with the Ontario Science Centre on The Wild Weather exhibit, an interactive exhibit to educate Ontarians about severe weather.

  1. University de Montreal

University de Montreal is highly sought after for both undergraduate and graduate studies, with a population of 35,000 and 12,000 respectively. The school is surrounded by lush greenery, and though somewhat removed from the downtown core of Montréal, students are never too far from the action. The surrounding neighbourhood of Côte-des-Neiges is made up of countless cafés, bars, and restaurants, and many student apartments and residences.

The Engineering Faculty of the University de Montréal is its own school — Ecole Polytechnique. This school offers graduate and undergraduate training, and is renowned worldwide for its research. It offers undergraduate programs in 12 disciplines, and 16 specializations in graduate studies. While the main teaching language is French, certain courses may be taken in English at partner universities, and doctoral students may complete a complete PhD in English. With a huge spread of practicum and internship placements, the school is a good fit for students who are looking for hands-on experience and a credential that is widely recognized for excellence.

  1. University du Quebec a Montreal (tie)

UQAM is part of a network of 10 institutions across the province, under the umbrella of the University du Quebec. It is one of Montreal’s French universities, serving more than 43,000 students across six faculties and a school of management. It is known for its student activism, and was founded in 1969 after the merger of Montreal’s fine arts school, a classical college, and several smaller institutions.

UQAM’s Engineering programs are offered through the Faculty of Science. Main offerings at the graduate and undergraduate level include Software Engineering and Microelectronics Engineering. Study programs are available in French only, and UQAM is a popular study destination for French-speakers from around the world.

  1. York University (tie)

York University is located north of Toronto and is Canada’s third-largest public university with nearly 60,000 students. With over 5000 courses spread across 11 faculties in schools, there’s something for nearly everyone at York U. The school maintains state-of-the-art facilities and some excellent research funding, including the Sherman Health Sciences Research Centre, which specializes in biomechanics and robotics.

The Lassonde School of Engineering at York University offers nine graduate and 11 undergraduate programs in four departments. The focus throughout these programs is on practical experience, and design projects form an important part of the curriculum. Co-op opportunities also abound here; the School has links with 200 corporate, non-profit, and start-up employers. The school aims to be a leader in alternative education practices — its new $115 million facility has 18 teaching labs, eight active learning labs, and no lecture halls.

  1. Concordia University

Concordia is a comprehensive university with over 500 programs at both the graduate and undergraduate level. The school is home to state-of-the-art centres of research in the midst of some of Montreal’s best museums and nightclubs. Concordia is a forward thinking, diverse institution in a bustling urban environment.

The six departments of Concordia’s Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science offer more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates, including new Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Aerospace Engineering. Students are encouraged to join a group and develop projects that solve real-world problems — for example; the student society’s satellite and rocketry division recently won prizes at major competitions.

  1. University of Ontario Institute of Technology (tie)

The University Of Ontario Institute Of Technology is one of the newest post-secondary schools in the country. Founded in 2002, UOIT was created with the strategic purpose to match a technological education to the market-driven needs of employers. The technologically-enriched collaborative learning environment also stresses environmental innovation.

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences is as cutting-edge as the rest of this future-focused school. In its own words, the Faculty aims “to ensure graduates are prepared to be leaders in tomorrow’s workplace” with a focus on innovation in areas such as transportation, robotics, and public policy, to name just a few. Undergraduates can take advantage of a variety of paid internship and co-op opportunities while pursuing one of six Bachelor programs. In terms of graduate studies, Masters degrees — in Applied Science (preparing students for Research and Development careers) and Engineering (preparing students for careers in industry) — and PhD degrees are available in four disciplines.

  1. Simon Fraser University (tie)

SFU has eight faculties and more than 100 undergraduate programs available, as well as a wide range of graduate and continuing education programs. The school offers nearly 200 work placement programs both nationally and internationally. Because of this, SFU’s graduates are now widely-understood by employers to have the requisite experience, skills, and attitudes that are in high demand.

The School of Engineering Science at SFU is part of the Faculty of Applied Sciences. Undergraduates can pursue study programs in five disciplines, while graduate studies are focused in six core research areas. A mandatory co-op program at the undergraduate level enables students to gain work experience while studying — the school boasts that 86 percent of graduates obtained their first job through contacts made in co-op placements. The School also offers a Concurrent Bachelor’s-Master’s program, providing a fast-track option for top students who wish to continue graduate studies at SFU.

  1. University of Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan has historically been regarded as an agricultural university. While this is still true today, the U of S is a leader in many other forms of science and technological research. And it’s not just a research intensive university: smaller class sizes mean closer working relationships with award-winning faculty.

The University of Saskatchewan’s Engineering Faculty is more than 100 years old, and while it started small — with six students in 1912 — it is now an important part of the university’s program offerings. Undergraduate students may pursue Bachelor of Engineering degrees in any of eight disciplines, while Master’s, Post-Graduate Diploma, and PhD degrees are offered in seven disciplines at the graduate level.

  1. Dalhousie University (tie)

Community spirit is strong at Dal, as the locals call it: the university was created in 1818 to make postsecondary education universally accessible to all classes of people. To this day the school maintains an inclusive, interdisciplinary focus and strong ties to the surrounding community. While Dal is big on research, teaching at Dal is also highly regarded: the university has more than fifty Canadian Research Chairs, more than any other university in Atlantic Canada.

The Faculty of Engineering offers undergraduate degrees in eight traditional disciplines: Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Mineral Resource Engineering. However, the faculty comes into its own with regards to Graduate studies. Master of Engineering, Master of Applied Science, and PhD degrees are offered in 15 disciplines, several of which are only available at graduate level. These include Fisheries Engineering, Internetworking, Food Science and Technology Engineering, and more.

  1. Laval University (tie)

University Laval, located in Québec City, has the distinction of being both the oldest centre for higher education in Canada (it was established as a seminary in 1663, and granted royal charter in 1852), and the first institution in North America to offer higher education in French. In terms of its programs, the University offers over 500 undergraduate and graduate programs to more than 35,000 students.

The Faculty of Science and Engineering builds its programs around industry needs. The Faculty has 12 departments, nine of which are directly related to Engineering. Opportunities for hands-on learning are plentiful, as students are encouraged to develop projects for design competitions. Other faculties of Laval University offer engineering-related programs as well — including the only Forestry Engineer program in Canada, where students learn in a “teaching and research forest”.

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Parent and Grandparent Program for Immigration to Canada

Maximum Age of Dependent Children for Immigration to Canada to be increased to 21 Years of Age

In a move that may affect many thousands of applicants across a range of Canadian immigration programs, the government of Canada is planning to change the maximum age of dependent children accompanying their parents to less than 22 years old (i.e. 21 or under). If approved, the maximum age is expected to be increased in fall 2017.

Currently, children less than 19 years of age may be included as accompanying dependents on an application for Canadian permanent resident status. This definition applies to all Canadian immigration and refugee classes, as well as principal applicants who may be sponsored in the family class immigration program. In a statement, the government of Canada described the current regulations as “too restrictive”.

The proposed change is likely to be welcomed by many parents in Canada who may now be eligible to sponsor their children aged between 19 and 21 to join them. Moreover, potential applicants from around the world may be able to include their children, who are currently ineligible due to their age, on an application.

The new definition of “dependent child” would apply for applicants who submit a permanent resident application on or after the date the change comes into effect.


The previous Conservative government lowered the maximum age for dependent children on August 1, 2014. Before that date, from June 28, 2002, to July 31, 2014, the maximum age was set at less than 22 years of age. Consequently, the planned change to the regulations reverts the maximum age back to its previous definition.

In the lead-up to the general election last fall, the Liberal Party (currently in office) declared its commitment to family reunification. This commitment has been reiterated time and again since the Liberals came to power, and this latest proposed change is aimed at supporting these commitments.

The statement outlining the change states, “When families are able to remain together as an economic household unit, their integration into Canada and their ability to work and contribute to their communities all improve.”

In addition, this change has been developed based on Canadian demographic data, and the national census supports the rationale behind the change. “The 2011 Census found that over half of all young adults from 20 to 24 years of age lived with their parents (63.3% of young men and 55.2% of young women). This proportion has increased in recent decades, particularly for young women, rising from 33% in 1981 to 55.2% in 2011,” the statement explains.

Consequently, the proposed change has been developed to ensure the alignment of Canadian immigration programs with current Canadian demographic trends.

Education First

The government’s statement proposing the regulatory change explicitly acknowledges that many children remain dependent on their parents while pursuing higher education. Among various objectives behind the increase in the maximum age is the effort to support young people in pursuing higher education in Canada.

The statement acknowledges that many children aged between 19 and 21 may not be eligible to apply for Canadian permanent resident status under an economic immigration program, essentially denying them the opportunity to join their family in Canada. While the minimum age for principal applicants under Canadian economic immigration programs is usually 18, many young people may not yet have the required education or work experience to make an application. Therefore, an explicit objective of this proposed change is to enable these young people to obtain permanent resident status while pursuing their studies.

“Given the importance placed on education, it is not unusual for some children to remain with their nuclear family while pursuing higher education before entering the labor market . . . The proposed increase of the maximum age of dependent children is consistent with the underlying socio-economic trend that children remain at home longer with their parents, particularly those studying for lengthier periods,” the statement explains.

“Notably, the proposed higher age limit would enable many post-secondary students . . . to be eligible as dependent children through much of their undergraduate studies.”

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Canada Immigration Plan

Canada Immigration Plan

Canada Immigration Plan

Canada Immigration Plan

Immigration Plan 2017: Canada to Welcome increased number of Immigrants via economic and family Sponsorship programs

The authority of Canada has released it’s extensively predicted immigration plan for 2017, and the information seems accurate for people looking to immigrate to Canada through one of the economic or own family sponsorship applications.

Key highlights:

Goal wide variety of novices via Federal professional employee elegance, Federal skilled Trades class, and Canadian revel in elegance increases via 23 percent.

Government ambitions for 51,000 new immigrants to return through the Provincial Nominee programs.

Quebec aims to welcome more than 29,000 thru monetary programs, together with the Quebec skilled employee software.

Economic immigration to make up a bigger share of typical immigration than in 2016.

Greater spouses, companions, children, mother and father and grandparents to arrive through the circle of relatives class sponsorship packages.

although the plan goals an increase in financial immigrants and subsidized men and women, the target figures for the Refugees and guarded humans immigration categories are down in comparison to the 2016 plan.

But, the general target for these programs, set at forty,000, stays some distance higher than at any time for the duration of the preceding Conservative authorities tenure.

Ordinary, Canada may welcome as many as 320,000 new immigrants over the calendar year of 2017. The elevated scope presented by the government — the plan for 2016 allowed for as much as 305,000 newcomers — is probably reflective of a preference to growth immigration over the approaching years in order to reply to labor shortages and demographic demanding situations.

Earlier this year, Immigration Minister John McCallum said that “there’s a large feeling that Canada does want extra immigrants, partially due to the fact we have an aging population, and so we want greater younger blood to hold our economies going.”

Before pronouncing the plan on October 31, 2016, Minister John McCallum met with stakeholders throughout the Country. In a statement, he said that “the 2017 tiers plan will put Canada in a sturdy role for the destiny and aid our overall financial and social development as a country.”

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Canada a top destination for highly skilled immigrants, World bank

Canada a top destination for highly skilled immigrants, World bank

Canada a top destination for highly skilled immigrants, World bank

Canada a top destination for highly skilled immigrants, World bank

Canada a top destination for highly skilled immigrants, World Bank finds, Canada is among the four countries of the world that consistently attract the top tier of highly skilled immigrants, new research from the World Bank suggests.

Four countries — the U.S., the U.K., Canada and Australia — attract the vast majority of the world’s immigrants, the researchers have found.

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Despite alarmist political movements and media coverage, the reality is that global immigration today has been largely steady for the past half-century, the data shows.

Worldwide, the percentage of people who live in a country other than the one they were born in is the same today as it was in 1960: about three percent.

That’s not to say, however, that immigration trends are steady and unchanging. Outside of a recent surge in people leaving certain parts of the world as refugees, there’s a clear pattern among people with education and above-average income levels voluntarily moving for economic reasons.

“A pattern is emerging in which these high-skilled migrants are departing from a broader range of countries and heading to a narrower range of countries,” the paper said, “in particular, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia.”

Skilled immigrants to get express entry to fill labor needs

To be sure, the United States is still at the top of that list, well ahead of the next three. A full 40 percent of the world’s high-skilled immigrants are moving to the U.S., the paper estimates. But Canada is solidly in that second tier.

If the U.K., Canada, and Australia are included, the ratio jumps to 75 percent of the world’s skilled migrants.

That’s great news for Canada, as those people typically come with an existing source of wealth, and their skill sets help boost and change the economy wherever they land.

“The weight of the evidence points to high-skilled immigrants boosting innovation and productivity,” the report says, “mainly through the increased quantity of skilled individuals pursuing innovative work.”

Immigrant income data shows wide gaps Canada

In particular, the paper notes a surge in the number of skilled women moving across the globe. In 2010, for the first time, the world saw more high-skilled women migrants than men.

“The root causes of this surge have yet to be traced out fully,” the paper says, but it’s clear the impact of that migration will change the way of life in both where they came from, and where they’re going.

“The high-skilled members of the next generation appear to be less tied to any particular location or national identity, but instead have mentalities and connections that are much more global in nature than those of their predecessors,” the researchers said.

In the face of the successes by Canada and the other big three target nations, other developed economies such as Germany, France, and Spain have stepped up their efforts to attract skilled immigrants. But so far they have yet to make a dent.

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Number of Indian students opting to study in UK drops considerably

The range of Indian college students opting to look at within the UK drops notably

Number of Indian students opting to study in UK drops considerably

Number of Indian students opting to study in the UK drops considerably

The wide variety of college students looking to examine within the UK declined by using 45,000 inside the ultimate to three years, say universities and recruitment companies inside the United Kingdom.

Because India is the second biggest source us off foreign college students preceded through China, the world over, it’s going to sincerely affect UK’s schooling quarter.

Have a look at international fees analysts within the United Kingdom as saying that their government’s decision to cast off the put up-observe work visa in 2012 became one of the primary elements for fewer Indian college students opting to look at in Britain.

It turned into accompanied by means of a force for reforms in immigration policy, which brought about a fall in net migration numbers, making overseas college students feel that they were now not welcome within the United Kingdom.

With the scrapping of the publish-observe visa, foreign students need to discover a task within 4 months final touch in their studies, which ought to earn them at least £20,800 yearly.

In the meantime, Britain’s loss has been the benefit of the alternative international locations in Europe. Germany is an increasing number of becoming a famous look at the destination for Indians as tuition fees charged via its establishments are cheaper. Indian college students had been thronging even to China, specifically, the ones looking to pursue research in the remedy, as Indian medical colleges have a low consumption.

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