Tuesday, 11 December 2012

CANADA - iDeal


Canada is considered as the ideal destination for quality studies at an remarkably lower cost. A Degree or Diploma from a Canadian University or College is internationally recognised & considered equivalent to those from other International universities. The intakes are September, January and May. Currently admissions are in progress for the January & May 2013 intake.

Tushar Chawla, International Officer of Niagara College says “Canada not only meets, but exceeds expectations for being one of the finest countries in the world to study, work and live. With unemployment rates of less than 9.0%, the growing job market resulting in hundreds of thousands of new jobs created each year. Besides, Canada continues to welcome diversity of cultures making them exist together in a tolerant, peaceful society.
Canadian Universities offer a wide range of programs from fine art, biology and commerce to astronomy, media studies, information technology and religion. Colleges offer UG and PG certificates, diplomas and undergraduate degrees. Universities offer four year Undergraduate Degrees and 2 years Master's programs. A popular option in collegesis that during/after their program students also can avail a Co-op(work) semester thus getting some hands on work experience and increase their chances of getting into the workforce after their program.

Yvain Pereira pursuing his Postgraduation from Centennial College says” It is a very good college, the courses are practical and provide an in-depth view of the subject. I have no worries about my future now, as I am sure I will be equipped to face the world.”

Once you’ve completed your studies, you can apply for a post-graduation work permit, which allows you to work in Canada. Under the post-graduation work permit program, international graduates who have studied a 2 year program can now obtain a 3 year open work permit on which they can work for any Canadian employer in any industry. Those who study for a 1 year program can work for 1 year upon the completion of education. The immigrant friendly policies are also another reason why students prefer Canada.

The Canadian High Commission has a very successful student’s friendly programme known as the Students Partnership Programme or SPP. The main aim of this programme was to increase the rate of approvals of study permits.

All the above benefits have attracted a large number of students applying to Canada resulting in several programs almost getting full for the Jan 13 intake. We officially represent over 60+ Public Funded Universities & Colleges in Canada & counsel most of the institutions in Canada, thus students are advised to rush with their current documents at the earliest to save on the application fees, as well as not miss the intake and have sufficient time for the visa process. Those looking for Masters Degree programs must apply at the earliest to ensure seats for Jan/ Sep 13.

Students should not be mislead by unauthorised agents, subagents, immigration consultants,etc. about courses, job opportunities, work permits and permanent residency. They must ensure that they go to an Authorised direct representative like us.
Students can also grab the opportunity of personally meeting the Offical Institution Representative directly from Canada during the Education Fairs organized by us from 21st September to 7th Oct in 10 Cities, for information on Venue and the Fair Dates please visit our nearest Office or register online on @ www.worldeducationfair.com or www.study-canada.in

Sushil Sukhwani
Director, Edwise