Newswire: H1N1 outbreak hurts student numbers

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland has spoken out on the sudden and drastic decline in the number of international students studying in the country as a direct result of the recent outbreak of the…

Newswire: H1N1 outbreak hurts student numbers

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland has spoken out on the sudden and drastic decline in the number of international students studying in the country as a direct result of the recent outbreak of the H1N1 Influenza virus. She has urged the federal government to try to encourage more international students to study in Canada to rebuild the economy.

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Episode 113 A Tale of Two Worlds

Many of the students in the upcoming episode of University Challenge are foreigners studying in Canada. However, since the recent outbreak of the H1N1 Influenza virus (H1N1), many of the foreigners have cancelled their classes. Chrystia Freeland from Canada has spoken out on the recent drop in international students studying in Canada.

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Whether to have more international students

Research on the issue

Competition dynamics

Russian speaker debaters

How to study abroad

International students on a short-term basis in Canada

Why are international students leaving?

How international students are viewed by the Canadian government and society

What are the costs and benefits of having international students in the country?

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