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Posted on September 09 2022

Nova Scotia introduces new pilot program to help international students

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Updated May 10 2023

Nova Scotia introduces new pilot program to help international students

Highlights of the Nova Scotia new pilot program

  • Nova Scotia launching a new pilot program for students
  • International students will be able to migrate to Canada and look for the best options to reside in Nova Scotia

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Nova Scotia launches a new pilot program for international graduates

The educational institutions in Nova Scotia have plans of launching a pilot program which will help the international graduates to gather the information which they will need to migrate to Nova Scotia.

Doctor Peter Ricketts, the president and vice-chancellor of Acadia University, stated that “Nova Scotia always welcomes international students as the potential newcomers.” This new pilot program has been introduced to make the Canada Immigration easy. They will also be able to look out for the best options so that they can stay in Nova Scotia.

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Ricketts played the main role in the introduction to the new Post-Graduation Immigration Support Pilot program. The consultants answer the questions asked by the international graduates. These questions are related to the identification of the suitable pathways to get permanent residency in Canada. The answers will enhance the confidence of the students who want to fill out independent applications.

The Nova Scotia provincial government will provide funding for the program. Shawna Garrett, the president and CEO of EduNova, has stated that providing the funds will help in supporting immigration to Nova Scotia. The main aim of the pilot program is to help the international graduates to get permanent residence.

Health Minister Michelle Thompson, in his words...

Nova Scotia Health Minister Michelle Thompson has stated that immigration is the only way to meet the problem of shortage of workers. She has announced a funding of more than $ 1 million for Newcomer Health Clinic in Halifax.

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