International Students as 'Ideal Immigrants' in Canada: A disconnect between policy makers' assumptions and the lived experiences of international students

@inproceedings{Scott2015InternationalSA,
  title={International Students as 'Ideal Immigrants' in Canada: A disconnect between policy makers' assumptions and the lived experiences of international students},
  author={C. Scott and S. Safdar and Roopa Desai Trilokekar and Amira El Masri},
  year={2015}
}
  • C. Scott, S. Safdar, +1 author Amira El Masri
  • Published 2015
  • Political Science
  • Recent policy changes in Canada highlight the strategic role of International Students (IS) in the country’s economic development and future prosperity. With the release of Canada’s first international education strategy, the federal government has intimately tied international education to the domestic economy by attracting and retaining skilled workers to prepare Canada for the global market place. IS are particularly desirable candidates for permanent residency because their Canadian… CONTINUE READING
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