Universities and colleges collect more from international students every year with tuition-fee increases, while prices for domestic or in-province students remain at
Worth $5,000 each, the scholarship program delivered by Edmonton-based Africa Centre is meant to help 72 post-secondary students in the prairies.
Zyrene Estallo's research aims to transform math teaching by incorporating cultural perspectives and enhancing student engagement.
New Canadian Media sent key recommendations from new research that surveyed 1,300 B.C. international students to ministries and institutions. Here’s how they
Ontario's publicly funded schools have made significant strides in Indigenous education over the past decade. But an advocate says much more needs
A motion to report to the House of Commons on victims of the fraud scheduled to be deported this week was defeated
Past Provincial test results show that English language learners are overrepresented when it comes to not meeting the required standards.
Three months since the IRCC launched a one-year pilot program to relieve employment pressures from international students, some experts are still worried.