You won't believe that you have the money
U T is currently receiving more funding from international student education than from the provincial government
In the bombshell report
So the government won't work?
The main source of funds in the provinces coming to schools is from subsidies. However, these grants usually come with attached rows. For example, schools in Ontario
Since 2006, operational subsidies have become less profitable. They kept inflation, currently around 700 million dollars, but not in any form. Moreover, the number of students is increasing for each student, and the old depreciation funds will be less and less
The budget report for a long period of time states that by 2020, operational subsidies account for only 25 per cent of their budget. This is compared to the 30% that they predict for international students
What happens here: the government must pay more? These schools do whatever it takes to stay afloat? That the quality of education does not grow in tandem with cost increases?
Cash rules, everything around me
Of course, this biggest attack can be just that international students pay "A"
Ten years ago, non-Canadian citizens received less than 10 per cent of the total number of students and had restrictions on their student condition, for example, could not work in the Governing Council. Today Flash forward, they can serve and account for 22% of children
While the aforementioned provincial grants account for about 25 per cent of the university's income, the domestic payment is 24 per cent, 30 per cent of university income, staggering $928.61 million
No other source of income has increased so, and as a result, the operating budget increased 89 per cent in line with growth. At the end of the day, universities work far more than we want to admit. Even when it comes to students, the money is the king
Let' s talk about China
When we talk about international students, it should be noted that a huge part of these students comes from one place: China
In particular, Chinese students make up 65 per cent of all students studying in the United States. This can be a good thing when a country provides highly paid, highly paid groups of students. But the fact that many of those who come from the same country, especially the strained current relationship with Canada, can also be seen as too many eggs in one basket
While experts do not believe that China will pull out the students in the same way
It's not just for Canada. Other popular destinations, such as Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, face the same amount of pressure to serve these students and prepare for their sudden scare
Is there more money in secondary education?
127.5. This is the percentage by which international students have seen their studies in the last 11 years. This amounts to more than $25,000. The US $300 per student, while for national arts and science (US $300). SCHA
And what does that extra money do? According to the president of the Meric Gertler, he will attract more services, offices and initiatives for international students. This should lead to an increase in the number and quality of students. But are these growing costs really a guarantee of a better education?
If this is any consolation, despite recent cuts in domestic government pay, U T further argues that they will not simply increase international training to cover the difference (
In some way, we wouldn't want that decision
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Connor Briggs-Maurice is a copycat for the Student Network. He loves all Batman things and can't deal with the fact that people go after the brass