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Provinces to enhance university supervision after international student limit

Canada's provinces warned that proposed caps on study permits could close some colleges and universities due to fewer international students. Immigration Minister Marc Miller imposed a two-year cap, reducing permits by over a third. This cap will result in around 364,000 permits, a 35% decrease from 2023, with each province’s cap based on population. Some provinces may increase their international student population, but others, like Ontario, will see significant cuts. This coincides with Post-Graduation Work Permits (PGWP) eligibility changes, which may exclude some private college students.

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