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In this article, I will discuss some important trends in Canadian student visas in the past couple of years, from pre-pandemic times to last year.

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While large volumes of enrollees are a good indicator of successful recruitment, true achievement in this regard can only be measured by the high quality of recruits that are sent to partner institutions.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has truly caused a huge shift in student mobility. With countries implementing measures to mitigate the further spread of the new coronavirus variants, which include border closures, only a limited number of students can travel and continue pursuing their studies abroad.

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When international students study overseas, oftentimes they do not just want to obtain a certificate or degree in their chosen field. Many students also hope to be able to land a well-paying job in their host country after they graduate.

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Aside from the regular working visa issued to foreign nationals in the US that allows them to legally work in the country, there is another popular way for international students to gain work experience after graduation. Similar to the concept of Post-Study Work opportunities in other countries, the US’ Optional Practical Training (OPT) allows foreign learners to stay after they graduate and work for companies in need of their skills.

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It is a fact that many international students look to acquire work in their host country after they graduate. This is why the immigration policies of a country have a huge bearing on the success of recruiting international students and retaining their brainpower.
December 09, 2020
We all know that the whole world is our classroom and different countries have their own particular areas of expertise, so to speak, in terms of what they can offer the global learners.
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April 9, 2020
The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has put the entire international education sector at a standstill and affected roughly 1.6 billion students worldwide. In this report, MSM CEO Sanjay tackles the impact of the virus and the measures that HEIs can to take to combat its effects.
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COVID-19 Batters Higher Education. Time to Think Outside the Box

JUNE 10, 2020
The opening of traditional colleges and universities in Fall 2020 will be difficult due to COVID-19 pandemic. Higher education institutions need to start getting creative in finding out a solution for the upcoming challenges.
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May 2019
Benefits of Increasing Internationalization in Australia: An Analysis of Q1 2019 – Australia has done a commendable job in overcoming the challenges of the global market, and has successfully leveraged its comparative advantages with great success. These advantages and their potential have to be maintained diligently to strengthen the chances of realizing the existing opportunities
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May 2019
Internationalization in Canada in Q1 2019 and the Challenges Faced by Education Institutions – Canadian universities are facing key challenges but strategic leaders continuously establish scalable solutions to hit long-term end goals. In terms of international recruitment marketing, the strategy will focus more on diversifying Canada’s international enrollment base.
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May 2019
How the UK Can Increase International Students in Higher Education: A Study of Q1 2019 – The realities of the UK visa policies and global economic conditions suggest that they will be swimming against a strengthening tide. Success will depend on differentiating their business approaches, shifting away from a focus on recruitment and looking at a more diversified array of transnational education, foundation and professional development offerings.
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May 2019
The Effect of Politics and Society to US International Student Recruitment in Q1 2019 – The USA institutions further cite various other reasons due to which there has been a decline in students’ enrollment. Although there has been a minor decline in the figures, the USA higher education institutions remain committed to recruiting and welcoming international students. This ensures that the decline in the figures would be balanced in the coming years.
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