Rossetti Ng According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada, there are more than one hundred and thirty thousand international students who come to study in Canada every year. Their tuition fees are at least three times higher than what local students pay, and the challenges of learning English as well as their chosen subjects can be daunting. To understand this it is essential to know why international students have to come to study in Canada and what their expectations are. How can foreign students fulfil their goals with language difficulties in order to compete with local students? The Fraser International College, or the FIC, located in the Vancouver area at Simon Fraser University provide University Transfer Programs for international students. These programs include language and cultural training to ease this transition into local universities. Are educational institutions such as the FIC really helping foreign students to get ready for further education or are they just promoting their businesses to earn money?
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