Canada to Allure More Northeast Students

28 January, 2015

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The government of Canada is all set to launch an outreach program to allure international students from Northeast regions to undertake their undergraduate programs. During the year 2013, the country has issued around 21,000 visas to overseas nationals and at present it comprises of 46,000 Indian students in its institutions.

In order to make all the tutelages, students and their parents to be more cognizance about career prospects, universities admission and application processes, work while studying opportunities, visa processes and scholarships, few of the education representatives and authorities of top 16 colleges and universities of the country have planned to conduct an interactive meeting in Shillong and Guwahati of North America, says the sources. This new outreach scheme is meant particularly to proffer more education prospects for students willing to take-up the higher education programs in overseas.

This meeting will be led by the High Commission of Canada, Ivy Lerner Frank. She will have key discussions on the Outreach Undergraduate Education programme that is about to set up in the region of Northeast India. This is being coordinated by the Canadian high commission in India in alliance with the ICBC(Indo–Canadian Business Chamber) to make more people aware of the under graduation education programs prominence in Canada.

New major visit of universities from 27 January in Guwahati, Shillong and Kolkata is a part of their education outreach tour in three-cities.

This new conference will aid the Indian student’s parents and guardians to gain fine knowledge on their admission process, programs, visa and education by meeting the concerned representatives of their educational institutions, according to the Canadian embassy.

Few of sessions will be taken up by the representatives of the country in local colleges by focusing more on students of XI and XII standards. Immigration authorities of Canada will give few presentations and seminars on the work permit, study permit and their advanced migration policies.

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