CBIE Makes Final Call For Proposals

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The Canadian Bureau for International Education's 50th annual conference will explore how the sector can reframe internationalization to engage all members of the learning community. Present and share your work and perspective with over 800 delegates and 40 exhibitors from 35 countries around the world. Submit your proposals on or before April 15, 2016. Learn more ...

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Parliament Introduces Legislation to Ease Citizenship Requirements for International Students

Canada has introduced legislation that is designed to make it easier for international students to gain citizenship after graduating. The legislation will reportedly repeal a number of changes made by the previous Conservative government under Bill C-24 in June 2015. Some of the new legislation’s most significant changes will be in reducing the period of ...

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Parliament Introduces Legislation to Ease Citizenship Requirements for International Students

Canada has introduced legislation that is designed to make it easier for international students to gain citizenship after graduating. The legislation will reportedly repeal a number of changes made by the previous Conservative government under Bill C-24 in June 2015. Some of the new legislation’s most significant changes will be in reducing the period of ...

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ICICI Academy for Skills provides free of cost vocational skill programs to youth

ICICI Academy for Skills provides free of cost vocational skill programs to youth

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ICICI Academy for Skills provides free of cost vocational skill building programs to youth and makes them employable for the industry. The ICICI Foundation for Inclusive Growth operates twenty-two Academy centres in India  and provides for all the expenses for attending the training programs.   visit- http://giftalivelihood.com #The candidates or their referrers do not ...

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TRU signs proposals with two Indian universities

Thompson Rivers University has signed proposals with two of India’s largest schools, I K Guraj Punjab Technical University and Chandigarh University. The agreements will allow students to complete the first half of a tourism management or computing science program in India, and the second half on TRU’s Kamloops campus. “In ...

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OCAS releases apply-to-college mobile app

The Ontario College Application Service has launched a mobile app that will allow users to access the complete apply-to-college experience through a mobile device. According to OCAS, the app allows users to create an account, explore and save favourite college programs from across the province, request transcripts from other educational institutions, pay for and submit ...

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ON launches new eCampus education portal

Ontario has launched a new online education portal  { www.ecampusontario.ca} with the aim of giving postsecondary students access to thousands of accredited online college and university courses. The portal, named eCampus Ontario, will house more than 13,000 online courses and currently features a searchable course catalogue, access to 277 new courses with transferrable credits between participating institutions, ...

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Shifting the culture: HEQCO webinars on learning outcomes

culture shift: Faculty engagement in learning outcomes assessment, on Sept 24, 11–12pm. Join Peggy Maki, respected consultant on assessment in higher education; Jill Atkinson, psychology professor at Queen's University; and Veronica Brown, instructional developer at the University of Waterloo as they guide you through the challenge of creating a positive assessment culture among faculty. This is the ...

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Canada invests over $2 M for Camosun advanced manufacturing, uVic aerospace centre

The Canadian government has made two significant postsecondary funding announcements in Victoria. Camosun College will receive $1.6 M to create a testing integration lab to support the manufacturing sector. The lab will provide hands-on experience for students and give industry access to the latest manufacturing technologies. Camosun will also develop a Career Hub to encourage both ...

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CICIC redesigns website to better meet needs of user groups

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) has unveiled its newly redesigned website. The website offers resources to help students and education professionals find critical information on mobility and credential recognition. It offers specific information to users based on their situation and needs. For individuals, the site includes information on the credential recognition process ...

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Saskatchewan(Canada) announces new career development website

Saskatchewan (Canada) has launched a new website intended to help students plan for their futures. The new website, www.SaskCareers.ca, is described by SK Jobs Minister Jeremy Harrison as a “one-stop shop for career planning.” The site includes tools that will help students identify their aptitudes, skills, and strengths; learn about different professions; and identify available ...

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New agreement lets college business students transfer full years’ credits

New agreement lets Ontario college business students transfer full years’ credits to any other college (TORONTO, Nov. 25, 2014) – Ontario’s 24 colleges have signed the colleges’ first-ever provincewide agreement that grants recognition for entire previous years’ credits when a student in a business diploma program transfers to the same program at another college. “This ...

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Pre-Departure Checklist

{source-http://www.educationau-incanada.ca} Study in Canada  Accept your offer for study in Canada. Apply for a passport, or check that your current passport will be valid for at least six months beyond your return date. Apply for immigration documents, if required (see Section 3). Book airline tickets. Buy travel and health insurance (see Section 3.10). Arrange ...

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