The Table shows how many international students study in Canada and the united states by country of origin. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and making comparisons where relevant.
The Table shows how many international students study in Canada and the united states by country of origin. The tabular data depicts the information about the number of scholars and change in their percentage of enrolment from various nations who studied in abroad countries that is Canada and united states of America throughout 2002 and 2003.
Overall, it can be clearly seen that most of the pupils prefer to study in the united states of America. Indian students are the highest in number of foreigners to seek knowledge from American university whereas in Canada Chinese tutees are the more.
To begin with, In Canada, Chinese and U.S.A. scholars are almost the same in 2002 that is 5000 and 5400 respectively. Whereas, after one year, the involvement of Chinese students increase by 45% to reach the no.7850 and attenders of the U.S.A. only incline by 9% that, is 5450. Earlier Indian students were only 2100 in number, but the year after, 35% of more scholars enrolled and increased the no. to 2835.
Probing further, in 2002, 110,000 Chinese pupils were reported to be studying in America and the year after this number increased by 6% and reached the number 116,600. Moreover, the number of scholars from India seems to be declined from 2002 to 2003 by 9%, that is 200,000 to 182,000. The number from 31,000 in 2002 increased to 33,170 in 2003 for the Canadian scholar.
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