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The most searched country in the world on Google!  Interesting published information

The most searched country in the world on Google! Interesting published information

Analysis of Google search data found Canada to be one of the most searched countries in the world.

According to a report published by Remitly, Canada was the most sought after destination for people from 36 different countries, from Colombia to India, with a desire to study abroad. It says more than any other country.

Data is collected and pooled by analyzing monthly search volume for common search terms such as “study in (location)” or “university in (location)” in 164 countries.

Spain is the most sought after country in 13 countries, followed by Great Britain in 10 countries.

Similarly, the report found that France is the most sought after location for Canadian students.

The report also explores the search interest of the top 2,000 universities in the ranking, according to the World University Ranking Center.

The University of Toronto was ranked as the most searched university in Canada and ranked seventh in global search interest.

Harvard University tops the list, followed by UCLA and Oxford University.

Before the COVID-19 epidemic, international student enrollment in Canada had more than tripled in 10 years.

The number of foreign students was 313,395 at Canadian postsecondary institutions in the 2018-2019 academic year, compared to just 100,968 a decade ago.

Universities and colleges are increasingly dependent on international tuition revenue for their operating budgets as they charge higher tuition fees to international students.

The number of international students in some fields has seen tremendous growth. Programs in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Information Science The number of international students increased by 374 percent during that time.

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The number of international students enrolling in projects related to the transport sector has also multiplied by almost seven.