Friday 22 February 2013

Study in Canada

Canadians place great importance on learning, and have developed a first-rate education system with high standards. The Canadian education system encompasses both publicly-funded and private institutions. Education institutions are not officially ranked in Canada, as all Canadian institutions offer high quality courses in Canada. Over 92 public universities, and over 175 community  colleges and technical institutes  offer more than 18,000 programmes.  A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is globally recognized as being equivalent to those obtained from the United States or the Commonwealth countries. Programs offered by Canadian universities and Colleges in Canada are the Bachelor Degrees , Diplomas , Certificates,  Post Graduate Diplomas, Masters and phd in Canada. Some of these programs are enhanced with  a Co-op internship term with great emphasis on industry requirements.

The Canadian High Commission has a successful student friendly programme known as the Students Partnership Programme (SPP). This SPP program assists the students to get study permits faster.  
The Courses in Canada are designed as per the requirements in Job market . The major intakes for studying in Canada are September , January and May . Students in Canada are allowed to work part time on campus for the first 6 months  and off campus  thereafter. The duration permitted is  20 hours per week on an upper limit. As per the recent immigration rules students graduating  from a 1 year program are eligible for a 1 year work Permit and students applying for a 2 Year program can work upto 3 years.

Chris Slade , Dean of International Education, Lambton College states “ With the changing demographics in Canada, the need for skilled workers continues to be strong. Upon graduation, many of our IT, Business and Engineering graduates are successfully utilizing the various work permits for federal and provincial immigration pathways designed for international students in Canada.”

There has been a four-fold increase in the number of Canadian study permits issued in India in 2012 in comparison with 2008. Several students who went earlier from India have successfully completed programs, are currently working and have applied for permanent residency.

Ruminder S. Buttar, Manager of International Marketing & Operations, Thompson Rivers University states “Canada is a land of opportunities. Ranked as one of the world's best countries to live in by the United Nations. Canada offers a world class education system at an affordable cost. With a vibrant and healthy economy, students have an opportunity to work and settle in Canada.”

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.

Chinmay Deshpande who is pursuing his Bachelors in International Business at Humber College , Toronto says “ The Canadian education system has shaped me and the experience has been wonderful and I will always cherish it. I' m greatful that I was assisted by professional counsellors and had a perfectly smooth process unlike some students who were mislead and faced a lot of difficulties here.”

The Positive environment has created a great demand at institutions in Canada leading to popular courses getting full in a jiffy. We officially represent over 60+ Public Funded Universities & Colleges in Canada and counsel for most of them.

Students can also grab the opportunity of personally meeting the Offical Institution Representative directly from Canada during the  Education Fairs organized from 31st Jan to 17th Feb in 11 Cities. Visit our nearest Office or

Sushil Sukhwani,
Director, Edwise

To Know About Study in Canada

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