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Expectation for the new Minister’s plan to solve it….

Frustration abounds for immigrants stuck in backlog Would-be immigrants applying under the Canadian Experience Class are forced to quit their jobs and return home due to delays in processing. Satya Dash, 39, came from England for a post-clinical fellowship at University of Toronto in 2011 after finishing his medical degree from Cambridge. He applied [...]

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List of Universities in Canada

There are many different types of universities available for studying in Canada. Following is list of some major, mid-sized and small universities available in Canada. Major Universities in Canada McGill University University of Western Ontario University of Toronto University of BC Queen's University Universite de Montreal University of Alberta Universite de Laval Universite de Sherbrooke [...]

By | November 19th, 2013|Study|Comments Off on List of Universities in Canada

A WORLD OF EXCELLENCE EDUCATION

Canada invests in the best for its citizens at every stage of life. Schooling is free for citizens and permanent residents from kindergarten through high school. In Quebec, college level education is also free to Quebec residents. While tuition is charged for Canadian universities, the cost of a high-quality university education here is considerably less [...]

By | June 3rd, 2011|Study|Comments Off on A WORLD OF EXCELLENCE EDUCATION

Education in Saskatchewan

Canada’s grain and potash center is also home to striking prairie vistas, a rich socio-political tradition and a number of excellent schools and universities. Though not officially bilingual, Saskatchewan nonetheless organizes provincial education into four distinct school systems, along language (English and French) and religious (secular, Protestant of Catholic) lines, offering parents from many backgrounds [...]

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Education in Quebec

Canada’s only francophone province, Quebec is home to three of Canada’s ten research universities, as well as numerous excellent colleges and technical schools. Three universities offer English language instruction and several more concessions allowing students to submit assignments in English. Depending on visa arrangement, Quebec can also be among the least expensive of Canadian provinces [...]

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Education in Prince Edward Island

Bucolic Prince Edward Island offers a unique educational experience in both French and English.  As befits Canada’s smallest province, there are only three school boards, two English Language and one French Language, and only one university. Read More: Working After Graduation in Prince Edward Island General Education Facts Education in Prince Edward Island runs from Kindergarten [...]

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Education in Ontario

Canada’s largest province economic motor contains most of the country’s students, and a large number of its best institutions of higher education. Additionally, though not officially bilingual, Ontario nonetheless organizes provincial education into four distinct school systems, along language (English and French) and religious (secular or Catholic) lines, offering parents from many backgrounds and traditions [...]

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Education in Nova Scotia

In addition to its rich history, lush valleys and friendly inhabitants, Nova Scotia is home to several very highly esteemed universities and colleges, and the province has long been considered to run one of the finest public education system’s in Canada. Read More: Working After Graduation In Nova Scotia General Education Facts Education in Nova Scotia [...]

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Education in Newfoundland & Labrador

Once Canada’s fishing mecca, Newfoundland-Labrador has recently seen a wholesale economic transformation, with oil, natural gas, hydro electric and wind power industries coming to the fore. Quaint, with beautiful Atlantic vistas and Old World charm, the province also boasts an excellent system of some 280 public schools, as well as two well-regarded public universities.Working After [...]

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Education in New Brunswick

New Brunswick is Canada’s sole officially bilingual province, with both francophone and Anglophobe school districts. The province annually ranks at the top of Canadian statistics on high school graduation rates, and its proximity to both Quebec and the American state of Maine provide exciting opportunities for cultural and educational exchange. General Education Facts Education in [...]

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