International Student Attraction in the Era of Brexit and Trump

The Conference Board of Canada, October 3, 2017
Recorded Webinar
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Recent political developments in the U.K. and U.S. bring into question whether those countries will continue to appeal to international students. Some argue that Brexit, changes to U.K. immigration policies, and Trump’s rhetoric will benefit competitor nations such as Canada, who also look to attract international students.

However, while politics has a major influence on the decision making of international students, other factors also play a role. Uri Carnat of IDP Education provides an overview of these factors and how they are currently impacting the international student landscape.

Uri looks at the latest international student statistics, focusing on Canada, the U.K., U.S., Australia, and New Zealand. In comparison with these countries, what are Canada’s advantages, and where is it falling short? How can Canada address its shortcomings?

Uri also provides insights on key international student source countries and how these developments will impact Canada.

Webinar Highlights

Listen to this webinar to learn about:

  • The impacts of recent geopolitical developments on the international student sector
  • The latest international student facts, and trends
  • How Canada is performing in comparison with its competitors in Anglophone countries
  • Emerging issues in countries such as China and how they could impact Canada
  • What Canada needs to do to strengthen its global competitive standing

CPD accreditedThis webinar has been accredited for 1 hour of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).

About Uri

Uri Carnat Uri Carnat is the Director, Client Relations (Canada), IELTS Operations (Canada & Latin America) for IDP Education. In this role, Uri Carnat is responsible for overseeing IDP activity and growth in Canada and Latin America, including secondary- and post-secondary student-recruitment partnerships and the IDP co-owned IELTS exam.

Originally from Nova Scotia, Uri spent 22 years in Montreal before opening the IDP office in Toronto. He has a number of years of leadership experience in international education, with a background in operations and financial management, recruitment, and student services.

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