Canadian education boasts of high academic standards and rigorous quality controls. Young minds benefit from a public school system that is responsive and world-class. International students prefer higher education here because of the lower tuition rates compared to other countries like the United States and the United Kingdom. Read on to learn more reasons why Canadian academic credentials are highly regarded all over the world.
- In 2015, the Manitoba government invested $1.27 billion in public school funding, up by $25M from 2014, to ensure quality education. (Read the news item here).
- International Education supported over 81,000 jobs in Canada in 2010 – over 1600 in Manitoba.
- In 2010 there were over 218,200 international students in Canada.
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