Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada
Symbol of the Government of Canada

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada

international.gc.ca

Breadcrumb

  1. Home

Domestic and International Post-secondary Enrolment in Canada

Projections for 2010 onward are based on a high-growth scenario with an international enrolment growth rate of 10.0 percent and a domestic enrolment growth rate of 1.0 percent, which is equal to its average over the last five years.

2001: 95.7% domestic enrolment; 4.3% international enrolment
2002: 95.4% domestic enrolment; 4.6% international enrolment
2003: 95.0% domestic enrolment; 5.0% international enrolment
2004: 94.5% domestic enrolment; 5.5% international enrolment
2005: 93.2% domestic enrolment; 6.8% international enrolment
2006: 92.8% domestic enrolment; 7.2% international enrolment
2007: 92.8% domestic enrolment; 7.2% international enrolment
2008: 92.7% domestic enrolment; 7.3% international enrolment
2009: 92.5% domestic enrolment; 7.5% international enrolment
2010: 91.8% projected domestic enrolment; 8.2% projected international enrolment
2011: 91.2% projected domestic enrolment; 8.8% projected international enrolment
2012: 90.5% projected domestic enrolment; 9.5% projected international enrolment
2013: 89.7% projected domestic enrolment; 10.3% projected international enrolment
2014: 88.9% projected domestic enrolment; 11.1% projected international enrolment
2015: 88.0% projected domestic enrolment; 12.0% projected international enrolment
2016: 87.1% projected domestic enrolment; 12.9% projected international enrolment
2017: 86.1% projected domestic enrolment; 13.9% projected international enrolment
2018: 85.0% projected domestic enrolment; 15.0% projected international enrolment
2019: 83.9% projected domestic enrolment; 16.1% projected international enrolment
2020: 82.7% projected domestic enrolment; 17.3% projected international enrolment


Back to the report

Footer

Date Modified:
2012-08-13