Study in Canada in 2021: options for international students

Canada is a magnet for international students. On the one hand, some of the best educational institutions are in Canada. On the other hand, with two official English and French languages, Canada has a lot to offer to the students. Of course, you could study in Canada as a minor or a post-secondary student. If you intend to study in Canada in 2021, keep reading the rest of this article.

Studying in Canada before 2021

Before exploring studying in Canada in 2021, let’s take a look at some statistics. Of course, the best source is the Minister’s report to the Parliament. According to this report, 827,586 international students held study permits in 2019. However, IRCC issued about half of them or rather 402,427 study permits within that year. Moreover, 11,566 study permit holders became permanent residents in 2019. Unfortunately, the situation in 2020 was different because of all coronavirus-related travel restrictions. Regardless, the schools made changes to accommodate international students, namely:

IRCC also developed several policies to accommodate international students despite COVID-19. Of course, the ultimate goal was to protect the educational institutions, Canadians’ health, and support the students. Here are some of those temporary changes:

Options for studying in Canada in 2021

The cloud of coronavirus is still hanging on our heads. However, considering all the changes, there are lots of opportunities for international students. If you intend to study in Canada in 2021, expect a combination of in-person and online studying. The following links could assist you, make a choice and move forward. Of course, these articles cover studying both as a minor or as an adult.

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