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Top 5 Reasons to Study in New…

New Zealand one of top 10 countries for international students to study in and also, it is very beautiful. Not many students prefer going to New Zealand for studies, and that’s mostly because they don’t know much about the country and its education system. If you want to study abroad and are looking for something out of the box, then you’ve come to the right. Here are top five reasons to study in New Zealand: 1.Education system While many developed countries like the United States, Canada, and Australia focus more on theoretical knowledge, New Zealand gives greater preference to practical aspects of teaching. Education isn’t limited to four walls of the classroom, giving you a global view of the program. 2. Culture New Zealand’s culture is very different than that of India. Also, since it ...

4 Things That Studying Abroad Teaches But…

Studying abroad is so much different than studying at home. Before you know, you are ticking things off your bucket list. It gives you the opportunity to interact with people from all across the globe, which is the most valuable experience of studying abroad. It is much more than just getting international quality, and every person should experience studying in a foreign country at least once in their life. Here are things studying abroad teaches you that home universities don’t: 1. Education never ends There’s so much learning around that the education never ends. You are forced to step out of your comfort zone, and you meet so many new people from different cultures. These people you meet are going to teach you so much life, a type of education that matters so much more than any other ty...

Things to Consider While Comparing Study Abroad…

Choosing the course you want to study in a foreign country is a crucial decision because there’s no way going back. You put in a lot of money and time in it, so make a realistic choice, which not only gives you knowledge but also get a high earning job. Here are four things to consider while comparing study abroad courses: 1. Entry requirements If you don’t have exceptional grades, make a realistic choice while selecting the university. For your best chance, shortlist five universities with courses you want to study. Apply to all of them, so in case you don’t get selected into one, you have four backup plans. 2. University type Universities are known for different things, for example, political dominance, sports, or exchange programs. You’ll be spending two years at the university, and in ...

5 Universities with Top Ranked Programs

Research is important for a university’s international standards. The world is constantly evolving, and you need to supply it with new and engaging research and development. That is why it becomes essential to study at a university with a well-equipped research department. Here are top five universities in the world with highly ranked programs: 1. University of Cambridge The United Kingdom government has since the beginning given research and development the highest importance, so it goes without saying that the country’s best ranked university has some of the best research-oriented courses. The University of Cambridge has 37 programs that are ranked top 10 in the world.   2. University of Oxford Another highly renowned British university, the University of Oxford is home to 35 top 10...

5 Things Parents of International Students Need…

With more and more students wanting to study abroad, it is time parents look into the matter. Studying in a foreign institute is no more a rare phenomenon and parents need to be aware of everything that goes which includes university standing, financial expenses and aids, and student life. Here are five things parents of international students need to know about: 1. Financial aids While your child looks into the academic aspect of studying abroad, make sure you have a complete idea of financial aids. Studying abroad is an expensive affair, and even if you can afford, it is always good to look at financial aids including student loans, scholarships, and bursaries. 2. Choosing study destination Each country has a set of professional requirements, so make sure your child chooses wisely. For i...

Important Tips for Students Intending to Study…

Studying abroad is a significant decision but the best decision of your life. After all, you get to travel to an entirely new country on your own, study at one of best countries in the world, and discover yourself like never before. However, to excel as an international student, you need a lot more than just getting good grades. Here are five financial tips for students planning to study abroad: 1. Save as much money before Go the traditional way and save in advance because the first weekend you are in the foreign, you’ll be spending hundreds of dollars or pounds and feel broke. It is always good to save in advance because even before leaving, you’ll have some expenses like buying a good pair of shoes, a couple of pair of good quality pants, and a cozy jacket. 2. A credit card with an elec...

Spanish Students from SBCC Going to Bolivia…

Spanish major students from Santa Barbara City College will be soon traveling to Cochabamba, Bolivia to study the language. The study abroad program only costs $1,900, without airfare costs, and is deemed as the cheapest exchange program in the whole of United States. Any level of Spanish student is welcome to be a part of the program and learn Spanish in classes that are conducted by native Bolivian speakers. Francisco Rodriguez, the program’s director, is very happy about how the program turned out to be. He said that study will be not only a linguistic immersion but also a cultural immersion because you can feel and touch and experience things at a whole new, different level. Bolivia has a strong pre-hispanic component, which you can see on its streets which is full of indigenous people...

IT sector most wanted in Canada job…

Justin Trudeau has for long marketed Canada as the next biggest thing in the IT sector tech industry, and you can see that happening already.  Ontario and British Columbia are seeing an upward trend of startups and big companies opening offices, providing thousands of employment opportunities. Out of the top 10 jobs listed, five of them belong to the engineering field. The top 10 jobs include:   General laborer   Sales representative   Accountant   Engineering project manager   Business analyst   Customer service rep   IT project manager   Account manager   Software engineer Forklift operator So, if we only talk about tech jobs, the requirement is high for project managers and software engineers. Canada’s IT sector currently employs 488,000 professionals. As many as 11,500 jobs were added ...

Arizona State University Launched National Award Winning…

It takes a lot for an international student to live behind family and their entire life and go to a new country for studying. It has its perks, but there are struggles too. To reduce the stress and anxiety of first-generation international students, Arizona State University launched a program. The program is so good that it even got a national award. The program is Planning Scholars program and awards funding to study-abroad to the students who are first in their families to study in a foreign country. Arizona State University won the 2018 year Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion in International Education Award from the Diversity Abroad organization for the program. Adam Henry, director, Study Abroad Office, Arizona State University, said that the university feels honored to accept the ...

Report Says that Temporary Workers Becoming Canadian…

According to a new report released by Statistics Canada, an increasing number of immigrants who come on a temporary work permit is becoming Canadian citizens. After study four cohorts ranging from 18 to 64 years, who had come to Canada between 1990 and 2009, it was found that 1.3 million of them had temporary work permits. The study reveals that most of the temporary workers left after two years when their work visa ended in the beginning, many of them are now staying back and getting permanent residencies. It also reads that their duration and type of stay strongly depends on the rules and regulations governing work permits. In today’s Canada, a route to permanent residency is a lot easier than getting it through a temporary work permit since you don’t need a job offer to come to the coun...

More Information about Provincial Nominee Program

With Canada’s increasing popularity for immigration, it is witnessed that many times the immigration aspirants face troubles in the process of immigration. Understanding so, here is an in-depth guide to the Canadian immigration process that can up ease up the knots. There are many major immigration programs that undertake the responsibility to grant access to the aspirants. The Provincial Nominee Program is one of them. Provincial Nominee Program (PNP): As you can make out from the name, this program collates you to the Canadian provincial authorities who decide upon single-handedly to whom to grant immigration authentication. It is usually done on the basis of factors like a boost of the labor market and economy. Thus, anyone who aspires to settle down in a particular province shall apply...

A Look into Express Entry Immigration Program…

With the world population looking up to migrating options to Canada, its immigration systems strongly supports a better resilient and simpler immigration solution to its aspirants while it boosts the country’s economy. While in this course, you may find many of the programs available like the PNP, Quebec program, start-up visa program, here is a complete insight on one of the most popularly used immigration programs, express entry program. What is Express Entry Immigration? In the year of 2005, this program Launched encapsulates an application management system that regulates all federal channels of economic immigration.  Today, the Express Entry works as a one shade system controlling the federal skilled worker (FSW), Canadian Experience Class (CEC), and the Federal Skilled Trades Program...

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