Canadian postsecondary institutions’ diversity draws international students

August 1, 2017 – Canadian postsecondary institutions have seen a notable increase in international students over the past year. The diversity in Canadian institutions is evident in both the makeup of its student body and in its programming.

“For me, there’s a lot of appeal in going to an international business school as opposed to a U.S. one. It’s close to home but still very far away in many respects,” says Andrew Puente, an MBA student at Schulich School of Business, in the Canadian province of Ontario.

“There’s quite a diverse group of professors here, and the class that they recruit is much more diverse than the classes I saw in the U.S.” says Alyssa King, an MBA student at Saunder School of Business in the Canadian province of British Columbia.

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