Entrepreneurship, upon which economists say economic growth depends, has moved from the margins to the mainstream of university education. As a result, universities are now preparing students to create their own jobs, as well as jobs for other people.
46 per cent of Canada’s postsecondary students recently surveyed by Pollara for BMO said they see themselves starting a business after graduation.
What students really pay: Net tuition at Ontario universities
This report looks at the impact of non-repayable financial assistance on the cost of tuition to students using data from a major collaborative study ...Read more