The bar chart illustrates the number of international students graduated from several universities in eight various Canadian regions during a period of five years from 2001 to 2006. In 2001, the share of undergraduates had a relatively narrow range from three percent in Ontario to seven percent in New Brunswick. Moreover, Nova Scotia and Quebec both had the percentage more than six points, while others provinces had rather less share. Five years later, the figures for most areas listed in the graph had grown within the range from two to 6 percent, excepting Alberta, where there was a slight decrease of one percent. A more detailed look at the chart reveals that certain parts of Canada experienced the most noticeable rise in their percentage of international graduates. A significant growth was noticed in New Brunswick, where the share rose from seven to 12%. However, the highest increase took place in British Columbia, where it more than doubled up to 11%. Over this five-year period, changes in the number of international students have been unequal across the Canadian regions. Nevertheless, New Brunswick retained its position with the highest percentage in general.