Ontario will give 96% of international study permits to public colleges, universities

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Ontario will give the vast majority of its allocated international student study permits to post-secondary institutions that offer in-demand programs such as in the skilled trades, child care and health care.

Career colleges will not receive any applications, province says

The Canadian Press · Posted: Mar 27, 2024 4:32 PM EDT | Last Updated: 13 minutes ago

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The University of Toronto, home to a large international student population, is seen here. The Ontario government says it will allocate 96 per cent of permit applications to publicly assisted colleges and universities, with just four per cent going to language schools,
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