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A significant number of African students receive refusals for study permits

Between 2018 and April 30, 2023, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada rejected 59% of visa applications from English-speaking Africans and 74% from French-speaking Africans seeking to study in Canadian colleges and universities. In 2022, refusal rates were 66% for applicants from French-speaking African countries and 62% for applicants from English-speaking African countries. The stats reveal a significantly higher rejection rate for African students than students from Western countries, with refusal rates for Great Britain, Australia, and the United States being 13%, 13%, and 11%, respectively. French applicants experienced a refusal rate of 6.7%, which is lower than the rejection rate for both English and French-speaking African students

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