News INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' INFLOW IN BRITISH COLUMBIA TOUCHES NEW HIGH

International Students' Inflow in British Columbia Touches New High

03 November, 2014

International Students Inflow in British Columbia
Schools in North Vancouver recorded a steep increase in the inflow of the international students. The schools’ officials, who revealed this information to the press, have expressed their happiness. It may be noted that the schools this year started functioning late. However, this couldn’t show any impact on the student enrolment, opined eminent educationists.

The superintendent of a school in West Vancouver, Chris Kennedy has said that the total number of students in West Vancouver last year were 7,120. This year the number touched to 7,280.  Kennedy has said that this was one of the biggest surprises and the enrolments particularly took place at the primary level.

He has even mentioned that over 600 international students who took admissions into various schools in British Columbia hailed from Germany, Mexico, Brazil and China.

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