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The latest news from Canada and tips for prospective & current international students, keeping you informed on your education journey.

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Student visa news from major destinations abroad

One of the major impacts of the pandemic was border closures, which directly affected the study abroad dreams of thousands of Indian students. Now that we are learning to  live with the pandemic , India is relaxing the rules and regulations, and slowly letting things get back on track. International flights have once again started operating from India. We bring you the study visa news from the popular destinations so that you can plan your study abroad

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Work experience and MS studies abroad - What's the connection?

You might have heard that work experience is necessary whether you are planning to study MS in the U.S., Canada, or any other country abroad. Well, is that so? There are more things that you should focus on while planning to apply for MS abroad. Read more to find out whether it is important to have work experience and how it will influence your application.

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Are you looking to study Biotechnology abroad?

Biotechnology is a popular subject and it is safe to guess that the relevance of Biotechnology will only increase in the years to come. An undergraduate degree in Biotechnology will give you a firm base; however, a master's degree may be necessary for identifying the topic that interests you the most and improving your career prospects. Several universities in the UK, the USA, Australia, and Canada offer courses in Biotechnology. Learn more about them and the

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  • 16-APR-2021

    New pathway to permanent residency for international graduates

    The Canadian government has announced a new pathway to permanent residency for over 90,000 essential workers and international graduates. The country hopes that their skills and experience will help Canada fight the pandemic. International graduates who completed their programme no earlier than January 2017 will be considered. Applications will be accepted from 6 May 2021.

    COVID-19 STUDY IN CANADA
  • 04-APR-2021

    Discussions underway for the introduction of vaccine passports

    Health ministers of G7 countries met to discuss the possibility of introducing vaccine passports. Of these countries, Canada is waiting for more information on whether vaccinated people can spread the virus.

    COVID-19
  • 28-MAR-2021


    Foreign workers' preferences influenced by the country's pandemic response

    More than 2 lakh people from across 190 countries responded to a survey conducted by The Boston Consulting Group and The Network. The study shows that the interest in working abroad has reduced owing to the pandemic. A major revelation is that Canada surpassed the U.S. as the preferred destination.

    COVID-19 CANADA
  • 21-MAR-2021

    Opportunity for entrepreneurs in Canada

    Canada has made immigration pathways easier for entrepreneurs. Individuals can reap the benefits of this policy if they can prove that their business can bring economic, social or similar benefits to Canadians.

    COVID-19 CANADA
  • 21-MAR-2021

    In-person classes being planned by Canadian universities

    The execution of this plan will depend on the health authority and also the administration at these institutions. Some of the institutions include the University of British Columbia, the University of Victoria and the University of Alberta.

    COVID-19 CANADA
  • 28-FEB-2021

    Canada releases the list of government-authorised hotels for mandatory quarantine

    Canada has released the list of hotels that will house international air travellers for mandatory quarantine. The mandatory quarantine rule came into effect on 22 February 2021.

    COVID-19 CANADA