A two-year cap on the intake of international students

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Aron Prosacco

The decision to cap the number of international student permits could have far-reaching consequences, both positive and negative. On one hand, it might help manage resources and ensure high-quality education and integration for those who are admitted. On the other hand, it could limit opportunities for prospective students and impact the

Lolita Schinner

This article highlights significant changes to Canada’s immigration policy concerning international students. The cap on permits and adjustments to the PGWP are crucial for prospective students to understand. While the intention to stabilize growth is understandable, the exclusivity of certain benefits to master’s and doctoral students could widen the gap in opportunities among international students. It’s essential for policies to balance between controlling numbers and ensuring fairness across all education levels.

horacio dare

This new cap on international student permits by IRCC seems like a double-edged sword. On one hand, it might help manage the quality of education and integration of international students into Canadian society more effectively. On the other hand, it could potentially limit the diversity and global perspective that these students bring to campuses across Canada.

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