Top African countries by citizens issued Canadian Study Permits in H1 2021

More Nigerians have been issued Canadian Study Permits than any other African citizen in the first half of 2021. Here are the top 10 African countries by citizens issued Canadian Study Permits in H1 2021.

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Government of Canada, Open Government Portal
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H1 2021
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