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Best Canadian universities for engineering in 2018

Engineering studies at Canadian universities Engineering and technology are key thematic areas that open doors to a variety of stunning futures, especially for graduate students who dream of settling in Canada after graduation. Canadian Universities most coordinated Engineering.   1. University of Toronto The University of Toronto is the first prestigious university in Canada in this decade.Undergraduate students have the option of pursuing a course in one of eight core areas of study, such as: Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical engineering Industrial engineering Materials Engineering Mechanical Engineer Metal…

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Welcome foreign universities : Indonesia

  Indonesia is ready to receive foreign universities Indonesia has a long-term strategy and once again to open the higher education system to foreign service providers. The legislation providing for foreign participation in the provision of higher education in the country has been in books since 2012, but the government has been reluctant in years since the process was officially opened. High-level foreign institutions As these questions continue to be raised substantially, it seems likely that the Government has set a very ambitious timetable for the country’s first partnerships with…

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Study and stay in Canada

Study and stay in Canada Canada is launching a new program to increase the retention of international students. The new program entitled ‘Study and Stay‘ will be launched in three Atlantic provinces, while the Canadian Atlantic seeks to collectively address its problem of immigrant retention. ‘Study and Stay’ offers a full range of services to a select group of international students to help them fully integrate into the society of Nova Scotia. Atlantic Canada only retains 60 percent of immigrants compared to 90 percent in Ontario and Alberta. Key benefits…

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Students in Canada have to file tax returns ?

Why do international students in Canada have to file tax returns? If working part-time, the tax would have been deducted which they can get the refund as tuition fee is an eligible deduction to claim GST/HST Credit. If paying rent could be eligible for Ontario trillium benefit. How much it costs to file a tax return? Free and sometimes max $ 20- $ 100. Benefit certainly much more. Is there any E-platform for that in Canada? Yes, If you already filed a return last year and if you had “my account ”…

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The Career Pathways Loan Program

The Career Pathways Loan Program @ New Brunswick The new program for New Brunswick Immigrants with Professional international Credentials. The Career Pathways Loan Program will provide loans of up to $15,000 for immigrants in New Brunswick. This loan is offered to help cover the cost of training, testing, licensing and living costs to have their foreign credentials recognized in Canada. This is very helpful for newcomers whose credentials are not recognized in Canada and they need to take extra steps for their credentials to become recognized.

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Growth of more than 50% in Bachelors degree

The growth of more than 50% in Bachelors degree course admissions at Canadian universities from India! Canadian universities are reporting growth of 50% or more in Indian undergraduate commencements for this year. Many of the Indian students are prepared to study abroad for their undergraduate degree’s now, whereas in the past Indian students more typically traveled abroad for graduate studies. Finally, Indian families started looking at sending students to study Undergraduate in Canada. The main reason could be the opportunity to work in Canada for three years post-graduation, and perceptions that Canada is a safe and…

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Quebec Seeks to Retain International Students

Quebec Seeks to Retain International Students in Montreal after Graduation The Quebec government has announced it will invest $1.6 million in a program to encourage international students in Montreal to remain in the province after graduation. ‘I Choose Montreal’ will be run by economic development organization Montréal International, and will be directed towards university, college, and vocational students in the Greater Montreal area. The new initiative shows that the Government of Québec is determined to step up its efforts to get as many young international students as possible to stay…

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SPP Pilot Program for Indian Students

PTE Scores are accepted now Many students miss out on the intake due to the delay in registering for the IELTS exam. Canadian High Commission – India has approved a pilot program under SPP for accepting PTE Scores for following SPP colleges: Centennial College Humber College Seneca College George Brown St.Lawrence College Langara College Fanshawe College PTE Equivalency and validity: IELTS 6.0 = PTE A Scores: Overall Score of Not less than 50 and Not less than 42 in any of the 4 Communicative Skills (Listening; Reading; Speaking & Writing)…

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Canadian government eases citizenship process

For international students The Canadian government has introduced legislation to reduce the period of physical residency required to apply for Canadian citizenship The new legislation will also restore a provision that allows international students to count time spent studying or working in Canada against that residency requirement The government has also committed to a review of the Canadian Experience Class programme, a key path to permanent residency for international students in Canada Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has introduced legislation to repeal a number of controversial changes to the Canadian Immigration…

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