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International Student Designation Rules

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Date: April 22, 2014
Time: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Location: Fogler, Rubinoff - Maple 1 & Maple 2

Co-Chaired by Harris Rosen, Alan Wolfish Q.C., and Cathryn Sawicki.

Recent legislation now requires private career colleges and other educational institutions to be "designated", meaning they cannot accept international students. International student tuition can be up to three times higher than non-international student tuition. Obtaining designation status is a matter of corporate life or death for many schools in the private career college sector. 22 colleges representing over 100 campuses nationally have already signed up for the session. All 10 provincial regulators have been invited by teleconference, and B.C., Nova Scotia, Alberta, and Saskatechwan are expected to participate. Anticipated attendence is 40 in-person attendees, but the session will be closed off at 40 to ensure the session is interactive and of quality.

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