Columbia-born Andres Sanchez Vasco wanted an immigrant-friendly country in which to pursue his Master of Business Administration. He wanted he and his wife to be able to work legally while not only earning his degree but afterward as well. With the criteria in place, Canada was the country at the top of the list.
The welcoming laws that allow postsecondary students from abroad to work in Canada for up to three years after graduation from a full-time program, and allow spouses to work, made Canada his number one choice out of all other countries. If you want to study abroad, Canadian Visa Professionals is your gateway to Canada. Their main commitment is to make sure your dream of living and studying in Canada becomes a reality.
A recent survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council showed international student applications to Canada increased by 16.4 percent in 2018 over 2017. Asia-Pacific schools only rose 15.1 percent, Europe saw a 3.4 percent increase and the United States saw a decrease of 10.5 percent. The number of international applications was close to three times that of domestic students. Gregg Schoenfeld, the director of research for GMAC, said it is not only a political reason.
“We have seen a shift away from the U.S. Quality education has been growing outside the U.S., and economic conditions are changing,” he said. Canadian Visa Professionals is here for you to help you with applying for the required visa to study and work in Canada. They do all of the hard work to increase your chances of fulfilling your dream.