Canada's International Education Strategy
Harnessing our knowledge advantage to drive innovation and prosperity
International education is at the very heart of our current and future prosperity.
Canada’s International Education Strategy, a key element of the Global Markets Action Plan, is our blueprint to attract talent and prepare our country for the 21st century. With the support of all the players in the research and education fields—provinces and territories, educational institutions, non-governmental organizations, the private sector—we can make Canada a world leader in international education and ensure our future prosperity.
Priority Markets: Markets with the greatest potential for growth and innovation.
Provincial and Territorial Benefits: Fast facts on international students by province and territory.
Advisory Panel Report
On August 14, 2012 the Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, released the final report of the Advisory Panel on Canada’s International Education Strategy, International Education: ARCHIVED - A Key Driver of Canada’s Future Prosperity. The report outlines a vision for Canada to become a 21st century leader in international education, and successfully attract top talent from around the world to study, conduct research, and potentially immigrate, thereby contributing substantially to Canada’s future prosperity.
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