The Canadian Government has a plan to encourage people to study abroad if they wish to become a doctor, lawyer, engineer, or scientist.
The Government is looking to hire more than 7,500 full-time, part-time and temporary students this year.
They will come to Canada from overseas to study.
A total of 1,722 students will be eligible to apply.
The applicants will need to have an undergraduate level of education and to have worked in Canada for two years.
Students will also have to be currently studying full- or part- time in Canada.
The program will include a four-year Bachelor of Science, a Bachelor of Business Administration, a Master of Science in Science, and a Master in Business Administration.
Applicants will also need to be able to speak English and to complete a minimum of four credits of post-secondary courses in their chosen field.
They will also be required to submit to a background check.
The students will need two years to complete the program.
The first class of students will begin to arrive in October, but will be phased out over the next few years.
The Government has already spent $1.9 billion to recruit students.
The study abroad program was developed after a national review of the country’s educational system in 2017.
In 2018, Canada opened up the program to non-residents.