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Credit agency warns of risk to Canadian schools if China pulls students. US Schools Too?

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Replies to: Credit agency warns of risk to Canadian schools if China pulls students. US Schools Too?

  • emptynesteryetemptynesteryet Registered User Posts: 193 Junior Member
    edited February 10
    Are they second choice @Hanna

    At competitive schools a reduction would easily be filled by other equally qualified applicants.

    At this level schools are splitting hairs.

    How much if $$ motivated?


  • boudersbouders Registered User Posts: 2,368 Senior Member
    I only know details for the University of Waterloo engineering program, which has a lot of students from China. In 2017, there were 4000 international applicants and 200 spots available for internationals. The chances for domestic applicants was roughly twice that of an international applicant.

    Roughly 80% of Waterloo's international students are from China. It's 60% at U of T, 35% at UBC and 23% at McGill. Some universities could stand to increase their marketing in the US and other countries.
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