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Applying that percentage to Canada’s three-year immigration levels plan reveals nearly 73,000 Indians could be welcomed in 2019, more than 75,000 in 2020 and 2021 will see 77,000 Indian citizens arrive

Why Are Indians Drawn To Canada?

India is one of the most densely inhabited countries in the world, with a population of more than 1.3 billion.

Historically, Indian citizens have moved all over the world, with high Indian-heritage populations seen in many of the world’s most developed countries

But India is also a thriving source of technology skilled workers where its education system is largely recognized in Canada. As the global economy continues to shift dramatically towards technology, Indian high technology workers have become increasingly popular for recruitment and retention through immigration policies.

Top 5 destinations for Indian students

Some pertinent observations based on the facts and figures:

It is clearly observed that there is a steady, and continuous increase in the number of students going to Canada.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

International education has a somewhat unusual position in higher education. according to whom? While recognized as an important sphere of activity, it tends to be handled by administrative offices at the top of departments of languages and literature and international affairs. The scholars involved in international education usually have their primary involvement in other teaching and research.[according to whom?] This leads to four distinctive characteristics particular to the field of international education:

  • There is little consensus concerning the guiding theme of the field as well as its scope. Should the field stress internationalization, trans nationalization, or globalization?
  • International education is not a prominent feature of the contemporary higher education experience. Using enrollment in foreign languages as an indicator, 16 percent of all U.S. college students were enrolled in foreign languages in the peak period of the 1960s; the proportion is currently down to 8 percent (Hayward, 2000, p. 6).
  • There is imbalance in regional coverage. The regions and languages covered at a particular institution are a function of idiosyncratic patterns of faculty recruitment. Nationally, there is reasonable coverage of Western Europe and Latin America and most European languages compared to limited coverage of Africa and the Middle East.
  • 4.ecause international education is not a primary concern of most scholars in the field, research is somewhat sporadic, non-cumulative, and tends to be carried out by national organizations as part of advocacy projects (e.g. Lambert, 1989; Brecht and Rivers, 2000).