AdministratorApril 7, 2023 at 8:49 PM
The following tables provide an informative understanding of international students coming for studies in Canada and the United States from various major countries in years 2002 and 2003.
In hindsight, we can gather an understanding that the number of students coming for studies in Canada and the United States increased year on year, while the increase in number of students was more prominent in Canada.
In 2002, Canada accommodated 5400 students from China, 5000 from the United States, and 2100 from India, with the total number of foreign students invited being around 59,870. While the USA had received 110,000 students from China, 200,000 from India, and 31,000 from Canada, with total foreign students standing at 581,600 in 2002.
In 2003, Canada received 45% more students from China at 7850, 9% more from the USA at 5450 and 35% more from India at 2835, the overall numbers saw an increase of 17% to 70,004. Meanwhile in the United States, students from China grew at around 6% to 116,600, students from Canada at 7% to 33,170; although students from India shrank by 9% to 182,000, with the overall numbers for the year increasing by 2% to 592,230.