Number of Students who Graduated from University In Canada 2018

Graduation in Canada 2018.
Graduation in Canada 2018.

This makes sense why Canada is the most educated country in the world, Canada’s most excellent investment is in education and healthcare. It doesn’t matter which administration or party is in Ottawa. They all care about Canadian education.

This statistic shows the total number of students who graduated from Canadian Universities from 2000 to 2017. In 2015, a total of 205,899 students graduated from Canadian Universities.

Students who enrolled in universities in Canada from 2000 to 2016. In 2016, around 2.03 million students were enrolled in universities in Canada.

Here is Number of students who graduated from University In Canada from 2000 to 2017

2000: 141,288
2001: 144,744
2002: 151,962
2003: 158,775
2004: 161,415
2005: 158,943
2006: 160,548
2007: 165,321
2008: 156,744
2009: 173,517
2010: 186,951
2011: 196,125
2012: 201,594
2013: 209,007
2014: 214,191
2015: 205,899
2016: 220,142
2017: 230,960

We see these amazing numbers because the Government of Canada continues to invest heavily in education through loans, grants, Scholarships and Subsidization for Universities and colleges.

That has been said, Canada needs to invest in STEAM – Science Technology Engineering, Art and Math because future jobs are in the technology sectors. We need to prepare our young workforce for a competitive tech career and stay the most educated country in the World.

In Canada, education is seen as the most desirable route to earning a decent living and enhancing personal growth and happiness. Educated people not only earn higher incomes but also contribute disproportionally to business innovation, productivity, and national economic performance.

There is a strong and direct relationship between investments in education, educational attainment, and economic growth. For example, a 2003 multi-country study from the European Commission found that if the national average educational attainment level increases by a single year, aggregate productivity increases by 6.2 percent right away and by a further 3.1 percent in the long run.