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Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada. Canadian universities and international student mobility. Ottawa: AUCC, 2007.

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———. AUCC report on the educational programs and services offered by Canadian higher education institutions abroad to students residing outside of Canada. Ottawa: AUCC, 2009.

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Citizenship and Immigration Canada. 2011. Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration. Ottawa: Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

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DTZ. 2011. Prime Minister’s Initiative for International Education Phase 2 (PMI2) Final Evaluation Report. London: DtZ. EducationUSA. “About Us.” Retrieved from

Embleton, Sheila, et al. 2011. Canada’s International Education Strategy: Focus on Scholarships. Ottawa: Canadian Bureau for International Education.

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Germany. Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD). 2010. 2010 Annual Report. Bonn: DAAD.

Germany. Federal Ministry of Education and Research. 2011. Internationalization of Higher Education–Foreign Students in Germany–German Students Abroad. Berlin: Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

Higher Education Funding Council for England. 2010. International student mobility literature review: Final report. HEFCE.

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Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. 2008. Looking Ahead: A 10-Year Outlook for the Canadian Labour Market (2008–2017). Gatineau: HRSDC.

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NAFSA: Association of International Educators. 2011. “The Economic Benefits of International Education to the United

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New Zealand Ministry of Education. 2011. Leadership Statement for International Education: Version One.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. 2009. Higher Education to 2030 Volume 2: Globalisation. OECD Publishing.

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Provincial and Territorial Ministers of Education and Immigration. 2011. Bringing Education in Canada to the World, Bringing the World to Canada: An International Education Marketing Action Plan for Provinces and Territories. Ottawa: the Council of the Federation.

Public Works and Government Services Canada. 2009. Mobilizing Science and Technology to Canada’s Advantage: Progress Report. Ottawa: PWGSC.

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UNESCO. 2009. Global Education Digest 2009: Comparing Education Statistics Across the World. Montréal: UNESCO Institute for Statistics.

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