International Research on Immigrant Higher Education
A Framework for Success: Practical Recommendations to Further:Shorten the Foreign Qualification Recognition ProcessNovember 1, 2011
ACCC reviews what has been done to date and what more can be done to accelerate foreign credential recognition (FCR) of immigrants.
Getting Your Professional License in Ontario: The Experiences of International and Canadian ApplicantsFebruary 1, 2010
This study looks at domestically and internationally trained individuals, their demographics and employment status, as well as their understanding of and support through the process towards gaining professional licenses in Ontario.
Colleges and Institutes Supporting the Integration of Immigrants into the Canadian Labour Market: Final Project ReportJuly 1, 2008
This government-funded report provides a unique opportunity to hear directly from immigrant students, graduates and employees at colleges and institutes through focus groups and interviews conducted across Canada.
Canadian Colleges & Institutes: Responding to the Needs of ImmigrantsMay 1, 2004
The results of this diagnostic survey, based on 46 Canadian community colleges, provide a snapshot of how colleges and universities are meeting the needs of immigrants within their communities, including initiatives that facilitate foreign credentialing recognition, language training programs, career and technical programs, advising and counseling services, and partnerships.