Canada continues to attract a steady volume of students from India. While getting admission to Top Universities in Canada continues to require excellent academic score, the permission to study is validated by means of a Study Permit. If you wish to take academic, professional or vocational training at a university, college or other educational institution in Canada, you will need a study permit before you enter Canada. This study permit is issued to students when they arrive in Canada. However, to get there, a student must first apply for a Temporary Resident Visa which is provided by the Canadian High Commission and facilitated by the Visa Application Centers. VFS Global Services are the designated VACs for Canadian Visa. […]
The first thing to do is block your tickets (this implies no financial commitment). This can be done through travel agents. Make sure the Travel Agent is good and you get the best possible deal.
Block flights with many airlines/agencies. Put pressure on the agencies and get as much info as possible. Much before the flight call the airlines themselves and confirm your ticket (from India British Airways and AIR FRANCE offers the best package.Indicate whether you want Asian Vegetarian Meal (AVM), non-smoking section, etc […]
Canada boasts of some of the best universities in the world. With a comparatively lower cost of education, favorable work prospects for international students and a peaceful ambience, it has become a coveted education destination. Students from across the globe have Canadian Universities on their application list, hence, securing admission to a top Canadian University will be not be an easy task. Starting early, building the appropriate profile, collecting relevant information, and gaining a full grasp of the admission requirements are some of the critical areas that students must focus on before starting the application process. Here’s a list of essential things that you need to know to make your study experience in Canada an enriching one. […]
Overseas education has become very popular with young students now, and it’s easy to see why! World renowned education standards combined with the chance to broaden your experiences and exposure, make new friends and learn a new language…all these advantages make studying abroad an exciting option for students everywhere.
Which are the preferred education destinations for 2017? Read on to know more about the best places to study abroad! […]
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: […]
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. […]
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. […]
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. […]
Canada has increasingly become a notorious destination that attracts international students, especially in the last years. Having prestigious universities, vivid student cities and well-organized lifestyle, Canada turned into a country with high demands and a high reputation. Canada has 26 universities listed among the best academic institutions worldwide according to Times Higher Education World University Rankings. In addition, according to a OECD study, Canada was also ranked as one of the world’s most educated countries. […]
Home to over 92 institutions and 175 technical institutes and colleges with a host of professional, academic and vocational programs, Canada is among the top five destinations in the world to pursue higher education. A leading business national, the business courses, especially MBA in Canada, are most sought after and highly recognized the world over. A degree in business offers students a comprehensive study of the business world and equips them with industrial skills, self-confidence to effectively and efficiently manage tasks and adapt to the ever changing business environment. […]