Canadian universities set sights on students from India
By Matthew Fisher, Postmedia News October 22, 2012
Jason Brennan, admissions director of the University of Winnipeg, was one of a dozen Canadian educators using strength in numbers to hunt last week for highly qualified Indian students whose fees will help offset cuts in education spending in many provinces.
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GURGAON, India — The University of Windsor has recruited 2,000 Indian students and nearly 6,000 overseas students since deciding 15 years ago to become “Canada’s leading international university.”
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