Students from India protest loss of tuition from colleges under creditor protection

Students from India are protesting the loss of their tuition after M College, CDE College, and CCSQ entered creditor protection in January and over 1,000 students lost the tuition they had paid. Students engaged in a car rally protest on February 17th, ending their protest in front of Quebec’s ministry of education office. Some students in Ontario also held a protest to call for justice. Students have not been able to get refunds from the colleges, but Sushil Sukhwani, founder of Edwise International, said that the Indian government and authorities in QC have requested that students connect with them for assistance. Sukhwani said that the closure of the colleges may negatively impact the reputation of other institutions, as the news has been heavily covered in India. Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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