3 Canadian Colleges Abruptly Shut Down, Leaving Indian Students Worrying

Thousands of Indian students were left in a lurch after three Canadian colleges shut down abruptly after collecting millions of dollars in tuition fees.

The Indian High Commission in Ottawa has issued an advisory for Indian students affected by the sudden change.

Canada's CBC News reported that all three colleges - M College in Montreal, CDE College in Sherbrooke, and CCSQ College in Longueuil - pushed up deadlines for tuition fees.

It required students to pay up hefty quantities all of a sudden, issued a notice to students earlier this month that they were closing altogether.

The abrupt closures prompted thousands of panicking students from India to flock to the Indian High Commission in Ottawa for assistance.

The advisory noted that the High Commission has been in close contact with Canada's federal government to provide support to the students.