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It's so popular! 60% of Canadian international students want
Guide reading:The CBIE survey received feedback from 10 provinces in the country, with the largest number from Quebec, 4437, followed by 3430 from BC, 2933 from Ontario, 1532 from Asia, and the least from Prince Edward Island, 17 from Prince Edward Island. East Asi
The Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE) survey found that 60% of international students want to apply for immigration to Canada in the future.
 
It's so popular! 60% of Canadian international students want to be naturalized after graduation
 
Compared with 51% in 2015, this is a significant jump. In 2015, only 51% of international students want to immigrate to Canada. 30% of international students are uncertain whether they will apply for immigration or not, and 10% are not planning to immigrate.
 
The federal government launched the Canadian Empirical Immigration Scheme in 2008 to attract international students. The recent analysis of Canadian National Graduate Survey and Labor Survey data by the C.D. Howe Institute shows that the proportion of economic migrants who studied in Canada has risen sharply from about 7% in 2011 to nearly 15% in 2016.
 
CBIE's 2008 survey was conducted from March to May this year. A total of 46 CBIE member universities participated, including 31 universities, 12 colleges and 3 technical colleges. The report shows that the survey received 14,228 complete and available responses, an increase of 253% over the 2015 survey.
 
By the end of 2017, the number of international students in Canada had reached nearly 495,000, an increase of 20% over 2016, ahead of the Canadian government's strategic target of receiving 450,000 international students in 2022.
 
It's so popular! 60% of Canadian international students want to be naturalized after graduation
 
According to CBIE survey results, 94% of respondents said they were very satisfied or satisfied with Canada's educational experience.
 
The survey collected information about students'learning experiences, extracurricular activities, housing and family conditions, friends' circles and social integration, as well as their experience of working or looking for jobs in Canada.
 
A female student from India said she wanted to emigrate to Canada because the people here were warm and friendly. "Although it's thousands of kilometers away from my home, I don't think it's a big problem. It's more comfortable to live here."
 
Another international student from Trinidad and Tobago said: "The Canadian entrepreneurial community and staff are very kind, understanding and helpful people... I am fortunate to be with professionals both inside and outside the University who often encourage and help me pursue my goals. Every day is improving, which means a lot to me.
 
The survey found that almost half of international students said they planned to stay in Canada after graduation: 25% of them hoped to receive further education in different institutions in Canada; 21% said they would continue to study in their current schools.
 
Seventy percent of international students said they planned to find jobs in Canada after graduation.
 
It's so popular! 60% of Canadian international students want to be naturalized after graduation
 
The CBIE survey received feedback from 10 provinces in the country, with the largest number from Quebec, 4437, followed by 3430 from BC, 2933 from Ontario, 1532 from Asia, and the least from Prince Edward Island, 17 from Prince Edward Island. East Asia accounts for 23% of international students, and South Asia is the second largest source of international students, accounting for 22%.