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Work in Canada after Graduation

If you want to work after completing your studies in Canada, you may be eligible to apply for a post-graduation work permit. The following programs can help facilitate this process for eligible candidates:
The Post-Graduate Work Program
This is the program that allows international students who have graduated from a participating Canadian post-secondary institution (University or College) to gain valuable Canadian work experience through a special work permit issued for the length of the study program, up to 3 years.
You will be Eligible if you: […]

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What & where to study in Canada after completing 12th Arts?

After the Brexit vote in the UK and the dubious US travel ban, many Indian students have shifted their focus of studying abroad to other equally popular countries. But it doesn’t mean that the UK and US have lost their charm and demand amongst the Indian student population who still believe those countries have a lot to offer and who are confident that they can flourish amidst all the political tensions. […]

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Study in Warsaw – Poland.

Arriving in Warsaw from near or far away, you will soon appreciate the vast opportunities of receiving education in the city situated at the very heart of Europe and open and friendly to visitors from all over the world.

Courses offered at HEIs in both English and Polish meet the expectations of even the most demanding and sophisticated candidates.  The fact that Poland is a member of the European Union and the European Space for Higher Education, guarantees that the knowledge and skills acquired in Warsaw will be recognized worldwide. […]

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Visa requirements for Australia

APPLYING FOR VISAS IS OFTEN SEEN AS COMPLICATED, BUT IDP EDUCATION’S TRAINED COUNSELLORS ARE EXPERTS IN GUIDING STUDENTS THROUGH THE APPLICATION PROCESS. 

There are several types of student visas for Australia; the one you need depends on the type of study you are planning to undertake.

You are required to lodge your application for a visa at least 12 weeks before the orientation date at your institution. […]

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US Visa interview: Tips to make a favourable impression

The visa interview is the final step towards studying in the US. After the grueling college admissions process, visa interview is the last but equally important hurdle. After convincing the admissions’ officers about your caliber, you also have to convince the visa officer about your intent of studying in the US. It is crucial that you prepare for the interview and address all concerns of the visa officer. Going prepared to the visa interview is the only way to get the F1 visa stamped onto your passport. We cover the most important aspects of the interview process and give you some tips on how to handle the question-answer session. […]

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Engineering in Canada – Tips and Guidance

Engineering happens to be one of the oldest disciplines of study. With a number of fields to choose from, Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, happen to be considered as the “big four”. Engineering has remained a popular choice among students as a form of further studies. Engineering courses are all about the combination of theoretical knowledge and practical applied work. A field that is destined to stay in demand for a long time to come, students who complete a course in engineering are taught to apply mathematical and scientific principles in order to develop effective solutions to real-world, technical problems. […]

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All About Canada – Study Aborad

Canada is the second largest country in the world. Canada is situated in northern North America (constituting 41% of the continent’s area). Canada spans a vast, diverse territory between the North Pacific Ocean to the west and the North Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Arctic Ocean to the north (hence the country’s motto “From sea to sea”), with the United States to the south (contiguous United States) and northwest (Alaska). Although because of its climate, there are no permanent settlements in close 90 percent of the country.  The population of Canada, some 34,980,000 as of November 2012, is concentrated in the south in proximity to its border with the contiguous U.S.; with a population density of 3.5 people per square kilometer, it is one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world.  Most people live in highly urbanized centers in the south, within 300 kilometers of the border with the United States. […]