According to a report published by RYE in October, the number of challenges for settling in Canada are increasing at a great pace. The report is titled at “Assessing Canada’s Support of International Students” by Ryerson’s Centre for Immigration and Settlement, a.k.a an RCIS. According to RCIS, procedural complexities are increasing resulting in hardships for International Students. Unawareness adding to the Hurdles for International Students in Settling and Employment in Canada.
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1 Hurdles for International Students in Settling and Employment in Canada- Procedural complexities being the main hurdle
Hurdles for International Students in Settling and Employment in Canada- Procedural complexities being the main hurdle
RYE approximates there are Forty-Three thousand International Students from various countries and as per a survey, the procedural complexities add more to the stress and hence act as a deterrence in studies. There are different issues that are being faced by international students and they are described as below-
Issues faced by International students in Canada-
Maintenance of legal status –
Bunkum norms for maintaining documents are introduced by the Government.
Documents like proof of identity, financial support, passport images, and immigration document are added to the list of necessities.
Further, a condition is added that a student enrolled in a full-time course can work, thereby excluding the part-time course students.
Lack of Resources – International students are unaware of the information
Lack of accurate information resulting in unawareness and hence acts as a hindrance due to which students can’t cope up with the procedure.
A student usually doesn’t have access to a lot of contacts in a foreign land and the domestic students refrain from indulging into a social network with the International Students, this leads to inconsistency.
Way-Forward- to make the life of International students easy in Canada-
More Human Capital needs to be inculcated in the system so as to ensure a smooth redressal and grievance mechanism.
Various suggestions of Tri-Mentoring support and ISS during orientation are also in the pipeline.
Only if such reforms are introduced we can approach a simplified life for the International Students.