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Higher Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence

 
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Higher Education in Canada — Data and Statistical Intelligence provides all the relevant statistics and insights on postsecondary or higher education in Canada. The report discusses the distribution of higher education universities and institutions, students and teaching staff across the country — in form of easy–to–understand charts. It further breaks down the statistics in terms of government and private higher education institutions.

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Canada has approximately 2 million students, studying in various universities and higher education institutions across the country. Three–fourth of the students are enrolled in full–time courses, while remaining one–fourth are studying part–time. Further, approximately 60% of the students study in universities, while others in affiliated and independent colleges. 9% of the higher education enrollment in Canada consists of international students, from across the globe.

Ontario and Quebec together comprise of approximately two–third of the total higher education enrollment. Humanities, Business Management and Public Administration are the most favored courses, followed by social and behavioral sciences. Approximately 80% of the students are enrolled for Bachelor’s or Master’s degree courses.

Approximately 60% of the higher education institutions in Canada are public, while the remaining are private. Half of the higher education institutions are in Ontario and Quebec alone. Quebec also has maximum number of private universities and colleges, followed by British Columbia.

  • Figure 1: Postsecondary Enrollment in Canada — Males and Females
  • Figure 2: Postsecondary Enrollment in Canada — Full–time and Part–time
  • Figure 3: Postsecondary Enrollment in Canada — Universities and Colleges
  • Figure 4: Postsecondary Enrollment in Canada — Canadian and International Students
  • Figure 5: Postsecondary Enrollment in Canada — By Provinces and Territories
  • Figure 6: Postsecondary Enrollment in Canada — By Provinces and Territories — Universities and Colleges
  • Figure 7: Postsecondary Enrollment in Canada — By Levels of Education
  • Figure 8: Postsecondary Enrollment in Canada — By Fields of Study
  • Figure 9: Postsecondary Universities and Colleges in Canada — Public and Private
  • Figure 10: Postsecondary Universities and Colleges in Canada — By Level of Courses
  • Figure 11: Postsecondary Universities and Colleges in Canada — By Provinces and Territories
  • Figure 12: Postsecondary Universities and Colleges in Canada — By Provinces and Territories — Public and Private
  • Figure 13: Full-time teaching staff at Postsecondary Universities and Colleges in Canada — Males and Females
  • Figure 14: Full-time teaching staff at Postsecondary Universities and Colleges in Canada — By Ranks