Seneca receives CPA accreditation

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Seneca College has issued a release stating that it is the first college in Canada to receive accreditation from the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario under the CPA National Recognition and Accreditation Standards for Post-Secondary Institutions. CPA Accreditation allows successful graduates of Seneca’s Professional Accountancy program who have completed Seneca’s Bachelor of Commerce - International ...

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McMaster to launch degree combining engineering and health sciences

McMaster University will be launching a new Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences Program in September 2017. McMaster states that the program is the first of its kind in Canada. Students will take a common first year before entering either the Bachelor of Engineering and Biomedical Engineering or the Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences in Health, Engineering Science and ...

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Changes to immigration policy offer new benefits to students with Canadian degrees

Canada has introduced new changes to its immigration policy that will provide additional advantages to international students with Canadian degrees, reports Canadian Business. The changes award additional points within Canada's Express Entry system to applicants whose degrees were obtained in Canada. Previously, applicants could earn up to 150 points for their educational qualifications, and the ...

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Ministry of External Affairs,Govt. of India Starts “Student Registration” Module for Student Abroad

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  Click On Image or Here For New Registration Consular Services Management System  Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India   'Government of India Launches Registration Module for Indian Students Studying Abroad to Reach in Emergency   Please register as MADAD user if you have any grievance related to consular services offered by Indian Missions/Posts abroad or are an Indian student studying/planning ...

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Universities Canada adopts non-discrimination bylaw

Universities Canada’s members have voted to adopt a new non-discrimination bylaw that commits all members to adopt policies and practices that ensure the equal treatment of all persons at those universities. The criterion specifically states that member institutions will not discriminate on the basis of “of race, religious beliefs, colour, gender, physical or mental disability, ...

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Maclean’s releases 2017 university rankings

Maclean’s has released its 2017 university rankings for the categories of Comprehensive, Primarily Undergraduate, and Medical Doctoral. The Comprehensive category, which covers universities that conduct a significant amount of research and offer a wide range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs, was topped by Simon Fraser University, followed by the University of Waterloo and the ...

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Indian universities go headhunting abroad

'COIMBATORE: Dr Arvind Perathur was a successful physician at Albany Medical Centre, New York State University, until a couple of months ago. Last month, he returned to India to join Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi. Like Arvind, many Indian academicians and professionals working abroad are returning to India to join as faculties in premier educational ...

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Canadian universities feature among world’s best in Better World MBA Rankings

Five Canada universities have made the top 15 in the Better World MBA Ranking, a major global ranking that evaluates graduate business programs on their integration of sustainability into the education of future business leaders. Released by Toronto-based media and research company Corporate Knights, the rankings named York University’s Schulich School of Business #1 in ...

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Quebec creates program to retain more foreign students after graduation

Quebec has provided $1.6M to Montreal International to implement a program encouraging more international students to stay in the province after graduation, reports La Presse. The program will specifically target graduates trained for work in in-demand sectors, although it will still be open to students from all programs. Montreal International CEO Hubert Bolduc hopes that ...

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Ministry of External Affairs,Govt. of India Starts “Student Registration” Module for Student Abroad

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  Consular Services Management System Ministry of External Affairs,Government of India 'Government of India Launches Registration Module for Indian Students Studying Abroad to Reach in Emergency Please register as MADAD user if you have any grievance related to consular services offered by Indian Missions/Posts abroad or are an Indian student studying/planning to study abroad. MADAD enables online ...

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Your Guide to Succeed in University

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Your Guide to Succeed in University: A must-read as you start your Canadian university career September 12, 2016  CBIE-BCEI      Student Blog This fall almost 200,000 international students will attend a Canadian university. As you arrive to school we would like to share with you an important, free resource: Your Guide to Succeed in University. Photo credit: Sarah Jane Silva, ...

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Home for the Holidays Contest- 2016

source Home for the Holidays Contest The Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) is offering an international student a chance to travel home for the holidays by covering the cost of a roundtrip ticket to the student’s home country. Sponsored by Scotiabank Deadline: September 30, 2016 at 11:59 PM (EST) Enter the Contest Are you an international student studying in Canada ...

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Education not a subject of party politics, says New HRD Minister H’ble Prakash Javadekar

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By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: July 6, 2016 2:27 pm Union HRD Minister  Prakash Javadekar. (Reuters) Newly appointed Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar, who has replaced Smriti Irani after her controversial two-year tenure, on We said education is not a subject for “party politics” and he was open to suggestions from everyone. Asserting that Prime Minister ...

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Carleton partners with Indian institutions to provide academic, research opportunities

Carleton University’s Canada-India Centre has partnered with Indian institutions to develop improved programming for working in India and strengthening innovation and trade between Canada and India. A partnership with the International School of Management Excellence will allow the institutions to explore academic and research collaboration opportunities in the business and management fields, while a partnership ...

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UGC amends norms for tie-ups with foreign institutes

   PTI | Jun 22, 2016, 09.27 PM IST NEW DELHI: Indian educational institutions which enter into academic tie-ups with foreign institutes will have to ensure that students who opt for these courses will study at least one semester for post-graduate degrees and two semesters for under-graduate degrees abroad. At a meeting held on Wednesday, the University Grants ...

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