Planning to study in Canada?
Grab this opportunity to meet representatives from Top Canadian Universities at our Global Education Fair – GVEF 2020 this October!
For an explorer at heart, surely the mountains of Alberta and the beautiful Niagara falls in Ontario will first be pictured when thinking about Canada. But, Canada is more than just mountains, and waterfalls. It’s a unique destination where studying, career-building, adventure and tranquillity go together. The country promises to deliver unique experiences with an endless source of natural beauty!
Canada is looked up by students all over the world as a premier location for many, many reasons. The incredibly popular lifestyle, the quality of their education system, acclaimed safety standards, affordable living, and so on, makes the Canadian flag fly high!
Apart from these factors, Canada makes it to the list of one of the world’s best study destinations, with universities that are known for offering a wide range of courses with lesser tuition fees, and a cosmopolitan campus environment. Additionally, a high employment rate and an option to acquire a permanent residency are some great exclusive perks!
Also, did you know that Canada tops the list of high quality of life and ranked first in the world? The super generous Canadians make every foreign entrant comfortable in all the possible ways! The warm and welcoming nature of the people of Canada adds a sense of comfort for those stepping foot into the country for the first time away from home.
With a total of 642,000 international students in 2019, it is evident that Canada’s education contributes a lot to the students’ improvement and personal development.
Preparing for the future is an exciting process! As a country, Canada has a lot to offer for prospective international students. Scroll through to know more about the benefits of Education in Canada!
Benefits of Canadian Education:
Canada’s Technological Wave
The technological industries in Canada are growing massively big and are well built To name a few, the communications industry, the digital media field, biotech services, and almost all engineering industries are booming by the day.
Canada is the first country that linked schools and libraries with the Internet, which is termed as the ‘SchoolNet’ program. Through this program, nearly 90% of Canadian households are connected to the Internet. Wi-Fi is accessible virtually everywhere in the country.
Emergency Response Benefit
Education in Canada benefits international students in more ways than one. The Canadian education system has increased work duration from 20 hours to 40 hours in some occupations.
The Canadian Government has also opened up the Canada Emergency Response Benefit, which offers $2,000 per month for students.
Emergency Student Benefit
Education in Canada has stepped up to show how much the country cares and supports its students with the implementation of the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB). The CESB is designed to provide employment and financially support the students who are paying off student loans.
The CESB will also support the students and new graduates who are not eligible for Employment Insurance or cannot work due to COVID-19. CESB provides $1,250 per month for the eligible students. Students with dependents or disabilities will be offered $2,000 per month through this scheme.
Mental Health Support for Youth
Canada extends its help to students who are unable to cope up during these difficult times. To ease stress and anxiety the Canadian Government has funded $7.5 million towards mental health awareness during COVID-19.
Part-time and Post Study work rights
A post-graduation work permit (PGWP) allows you to stay in Canada and work full time for up to three years after your graduation. Usually, online courses do not count as a study requirement for a PGWP application.
Due to the ongoing pandemic situation worldwide, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) have taken a step ahead in allowing international students to study online. Also, International students can work part-time in Canada while studying.
Now for some fun facts about Canada:
• Residents of Churchill, Canada, leave their cars unlocked to offer an escape for pedestrians who might encounter Polar Bears.
• In the Northwest Territories of Canada, the License plates are shaped like polar bears. So much for the love of bears, huh!
• Canada consumes more macaroni and cheese than any other nation in the world. Yess! Say, Mac n’ cheese!
Interesting right? It’s time to start your study abroad journey in the maple land!
Confused about the process? Well then, it’s time to suit up for the largest virtual education event of the year that will help you launch your future!
There’s something undeniably comforting about an at-home event during these unprecedented times. So, to get you all ready to take flight, we have revamped our yearly classic fair – Global Education Fair, into a uber cool virtual fair – GVEF2020.
Get your game face on and gear up to enter our exclusive virtual event platform – Global Virtual Education fair 2020, to know more about the Great White North!
What is GVEF 2020?
GVEF 2020 is a futuristic, one of its kind, vibrant, and refreshing Global Virtual Education Fair, you just can’t afford to miss! It’s a one-stop solution for all your study abroad needs. Our student-friendly virtual platform is super easy to navigate, and you can enter through literally ANY device!
At GVEF 2020 you can:
• Enter the event from the comfort of your home through any device.
• Get quick access to all university-related information & all other study abroad requirements.
• Connect & interact with university representatives in real-time at their booths via dynamic interactive tools.
• Attend interactive webinars & engage in live Q&A sessions with the universities.
It’s a one time opportunity to get back into the grid! So, don’t miss out on attending our Global Virtual Education Fair this October 18.
It’s time to get future-ready! Register with us today!