Canada launches a new program to increase retention of foreign students. The new program “Study and Residence” will be launched in three Atlantic counties, while the Canadian Atlantic seeks to address the problem of the mass detention of migrants. Study and Stay offers a full range of services to select a group of international students to help them fully integrate into the Nova Scotia community. Atlantic Canada holds only 60 percent of immigrants, compared to 90 percent in Ontario and Alberta.
International K-12 students currently studying at a Nova Scotia high school:
- India Philippines.
- The Philippines
who are interested in pursuing university, university or postgraduate studies enrolled in any of the following levels of study in a post-secondary institution in Nova Scotia:
- NSCC diploma program
- Undergraduate University
- Master’s degree, or doctorate.
Applicants must be admitted to a post-secondary institution of their choice in Nova Scotia to receive conditional admission in the program. Final acceptance will be granted as soon as the applicant receives the appropriate study permit from the IRCC.
- Individual use and transitional support from the EduNova retention coordinator, as well as additional support from the university/college and community.
- Access a group of peers and business networks throughout the province.
- Two days of preparation for work and collective retirement for each year of their studies, attended by employers, in addition to business and government leaders Nova Scotia.
- Functional evaluations and self-assessment analysis.
- Personal career plan and goal setting. Training on professional techniques for job search, CV, and interviews.
Build a network of professional communication and work. – Access to job placement scheme to build experience