The graph below shows the percentage change in the number of international students graduating from universities in different Canadian provinces between 2001 and 2006
A breakdown of the proportion change in the number of international graduates engaged in eight different provinces in Canadian between 2001 and 2006 is illustrated in the bar chart. Overall, by far the favorite province chosen by students to acquire knowledge in universities was recorded in New Brunswick. While those of International graduates in Alberta declined considerably, the converse would appear to be true for other figures over the following period.
To begin, between 2001 and 2006, The highest number of international students completed their studies in universities in New Brunswick, the following year remained the same. In 2006, the percentage of international students in these provinces experienced a significant increase. Interestingly, just Alberta witnessed a fall of 1.5 %.
A more detailed look at the graph reveals that, by 2001, majority of international students had graduated from universities in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, hovering at about 6.5%. While Quebec and Alberta had more than 5.5 % of those, other figures experienced less than 5 %. After five years, in 2006, New brunswick had the highest proportion of international students, amounting for approximately 12 %, followed by Nova Scotia and British Columbia, accounting for 10.5%. Afterwards those from Quebec hovered at 8.5%, while other figures saw less than 7 % in 2006.