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Are Canadian applicants considered as part of the International group?

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Hi there,

I'm curious as to whether Canadian applicants are considered part of the International group of students or are we grouped into the US/North America group?

In the second case, does being Canadian have a disadvantage since we'd be assessed alongside the largest group of applicants?

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Following this thread. Someone, please answer this. It will be much appreciated.

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Following this thread. Someone, please answer this. It will be much appreciated.


If a Canadian applies to a US school or any school outside Canada, he should be treated as an International applicant.
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Hi there,

I'm curious as to whether Canadian applicants are considered part of the International group of students or are we grouped into the US/North America group?

In the second case, does being Canadian have a disadvantage since we'd be assessed alongside the largest group of applicants?

Thanks!


Hey there,
Canada is indeed international! Statistically speaking. But it may be a bit easier for you to get in that other internationals.

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