International graduates on Canada’s post-study work scheme earned less than half of what their domestic counterparts earned on average between 2008 and 2014, with the majority in low-skilled jobs, a government report has revealed.
The politics of quality control in the English language teaching space are fast-changing and complex; governments now want to dictate the rules but in many cases they lack the sophisticated grasp of accreditation that membership bodies may have, claim stakeholders, resulting in multi-layered approaches. Beckie Smith reports.
International research collaboration is one of the ambitions of a new centre that houses the largest academic and research unit of its kind in Canada, the Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education, announced last month.
Just under one in ten internationally mobile French language students study in Canada, according to a new report presented at the Languages Canada conference this month. France claims the majority of the global share with 83%.
New regulations that private language schools in British Columbia have had to adhere to since the end of 2015 in order to be able to accept student visa holders are costly and an ill-fit that will drive a quality schism in the industry, claim stakeholders.