Seminar & Spot Admission: CANADA Best SPP College

Seminar & Spot Admission: CANADA Best SPP College

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CANADA's Best SPP Colleges for May / Sept Intakes

St Lawrence College:

The college was established in 1967.With modern, expansive facilities in three vibrant eastern Ontario cities, Cornwall , Brockville and Kingston ,and a solid track record of excellence, St. Lawrence College still combines all the benefits of a world-class education with the advantages of small-town living and personal attention to detail.

List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

  • Applied Arts
  • Business
  • Community Services
  • Computer and Engineering Technology
  • Graphic Design
  • Health and Science
  • Hospitality
  • Justice Studies
  • Skilled Trades and Apprenticeships

Main Highlights: 

  • College is located nearest to major cities of ONTARIO & near to US Border (Just 30 minutes drive)
  • College is Excellent in Graduate Employment Rate (88.2% according to KPI Rating 2014)

Read more about St Lawrence

Northern Lights College:


Northern Lights College is B.C.’s Energy College™, serving northern British Columbia in an area covering more than 324,000 square kilometres.

For over 20 years, Northern Lights College has been welcoming international students from around the world to our area of Beautiful British Columbia.

Where is Northern Lights College?

Northern Lights College has eight campuses. The largest international student program is located on the Fort St. John Campus. However, all of the other campuses welcome international students.

Main Highlights:

  • College is situated in Lowest Employment Rate area
  • Booming Economy, plenty of jobs around campus




Selkirk College (B.C)

Selkirk College is a SPP participating institution- the Oldest Community College in B.C., Canada. Selkirk College, founded in 1966, was the first regional community college in British Columbia. Located in a beautiful natural setting, Selkirk has grown into one of the largest organizations in the West Kootenay and Boundary regions of southeastern British Columbia offering over 70 programs.

Majority of our programs have Co-op options- 4 months paid internships. Programs are available through their Schools of Business and Aviation, Digital Media and Music, Health and Human Services, Hospitality and Tourism, Industry and Trades Training, Environment and Geometrics, University Arts and Sciences, Selkirk International, and Kootenay School of the Arts.

Main Highlights:

  • Accepting Post Graduate Applications on overall 6 Bands
  • Lowest Tution Fee among all SPP Colleges


Parkland College:

Parkland College offers a number of skills training programs taught by qualified instructors in areas of business, education, health, technology & trades. Parkland College works closely with employers to design programs that meet industry needs.

Programs include:

  • Business Certificate
  • Continuing Care Assistant
  • Entrepreneurship & Small Business Certificate
  • Heavy Equipment Truck Transport Technician Certificate
  • Business Diploma
  • Hotel & Restaurant Management Diploma
  • Agriculture Business Diploma
  • Human Resource Management Post Graduate Certificate

Main Highlights:

  • University Programs from University of Saskatchewan & University of Regina
  • First Regional College in Saskatchewan

Application Fee:
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Melbourne named second best STUDENT CITY

Melbourne named second best STUDENT CITY

Melbourne has confirmed its reputation as one of the world’s leading cities for international students after being ranked second in the prestigious QS Best Student Cities 2015 list. In addition to recent accolades including the World's Most Liveable City and World’s Friendliest City, Melbourne received the highest ranking in the list’s ‘student mix’ category, calculated by the relative size and diversity of the city’s student population, levels of social inclusion and tolerance.

Melbourne scored highly in the ‘desirability’ and ‘employer activity’ categories, taking into account the overall quality of living as well as quality of institutions from the perspective of employers.

Melbourne overtook Sydney this year as the best city in Australia to study (Sydney ranked fourth). Melbourne’s sister city Boston placed fifth and London ranked third, with Paris taking the top spot for the third-year running. Quacquarelli Symonds, a British company specialising in education and international study, produced the listing based on measures against affordability, lifestyle, employment prospects and student community.

Melbourne's significant jump from fifth place to second place this year reflects the hard work by the Victorian Government and many education stakeholders to keep improving the international student experience. Melbourne attracts students from around the world who come to study at the many leading tertiary institutions, with seven Victorian universities within the QS World University Rankings® 2014/15.

Melbourne and Victoria attract around 140,000 international student enrolments from around the world each year.



Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management Level 7

Graduate Diploma in Tourism Management Level 7

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT:  Level 7 with Waiariki Institute of Technology, New Zealand

Course code: WR2919

This graduate diploma provides students with a programme of study that will enable them to take a holistic view of tourism organisations and examine the interface between tourism activities, the community and the environment. This qualification enables students to develop the management skills and knowledge required to successfully work in and manage a sustainable tourism operation in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Campus Location: Rotorua

Course Duration: One Year

Fee (International Students): 19,500 $Nz

Intakes: Feb, May, July, Nov

IELTS Requirement: 6.0 with no band less than 5.5

Career Opportunities: Middle manager position in a tourist organization Self-employment as an operator of a tourist hotel, Motel or Attraction Marketing, Liaison or Environmental Research/Monitoring Role

Knowledge and skills you will gain

Graduates will be able to:

  • understand the nature of the tourism industry, the impacts of tourism on host communities and the sound management of tourism related businesses;
  • think independently and critically with respect to the management of the tourism resource in both domestic and international contexts;
  • understand essential management principles including marketing, planning and sustainability;
  • manage a tourism-related business/organisation in a multicultural environment;
  • produce, analyse and synthesise empirical data contributing to well-informed decision-making; and
  • apply research techniques to real world situations, as part of their development into independent and effective problem solvers. 

If you are planning for better career in tourism industry, this course will be very helpful. CAAN World Consultants (Jalandhar) is authorised representative of Waiariki Institute of Technology, New Zealand. Call us for details +91-9216310310

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Few Steps when YOU are planning to Study Abroad

Few Steps when YOU are planning to Study Abroad

Students who wish to Go Abroad for higher studies must know these few steps while planning it. We at CAAN World Consultants (Jalandhar ) always recommend you to know each and every relevant information before hand as this could be really turning point of your life. Few relevent and important steps are as under
  • Think carefully and decide:

If you are planning to study in Australia, New Zealand, Canada or any other destination and you have completed 12th or Graduation and also have required academic English level the first step to get in touch with CAAN World Consultants. It has main office in Jalandhar.

  • Let’s sit and discuss what you want:

We will give you a list of all the courses available in your subject. Just tell us what you want to study, and at what level. If there’s anything on your wish list, this is the time to let us know about it. Are you interested in a particular university? Do you want to be in a specific place? Let us know!

  • We recommend you to research your Options:

We will send you a list of courses to consider. This will include links to each course’s content and structure, as well as their tuition fees, entry requirements, application deadlines and any other key information. Please go through the list carefully; let us know if you want any prospectuses. We offer a free, expert, and friendly advice, so call us, email us, or come to the office to talk through your options. Our counselors will always be available to help you.

  • Enroll your self with us and fill admission application:

Once you’ve decided which university or college to apply to, read through the section on How to Make Your Application where you can download the required application forms.  Each form contains a straightforward, detailed guide to applying. Our admission officer will guide and help you on each and every step. He or she will check to make sure everything is correct and complete, and sight and certify your documents before sending to college or University for admission.

  • Preparing your Visa application:

If you’ve been offered a place, you will get admission offer letter from college. After that there can be different steps for different countries. CAAN World team will guide you for all required steps to prepare your visa application. You may need to prepare for interview but it’s not mandatory.

  • Getting Ready to go:

Once you’ve accepted your place and your visa application is approved, CAAN World offers help and advice with sorting out suitable student accommodation, booking travel, opening a bank account and anything else you need to sort out. If you need help with anything, at any point, just ask and drop email at


MBA in Tasmania (Australia)

MBA in Tasmania (Australia)

If you are seeking to advance your career opportunities, your salary and your competitive advantage in the job market, then undertaking the MBA is a wise investment in your professional and personal future.

The UTAS MBA is highly regarded for its relevance to industry, its innovative specializations, its flexible delivery and ease of access. Taught by leading academics, and visiting practitioners from industry, the courses can be taken on campus, by distance, during semester, intensively over the summer, part-time or full-time, or any combination of these alternatives.

UTAS offers the following traditional and specialized MBA programs:

  • Master of Business Administration (Spec)
    University of Tasmania (UTAS)

This program is designed to provide graduates with a strong foundation in the core aspects of management. They provide graduates with broad management knowledge and the skills to effectively manage an organization at both operational and strategic levels. Focus is placed on gaining and sustaining competitive advantage in the market place.

It is suitable for people already in positions of responsibility who possess higher management and leadership potential, or those who aspire to general management or senior functional management roles.

The Specializations available in the Master of Business Administration (Specialization) degree include: Aquaculture, Asian Studies, Corporate Governance, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, International Business, International Relations, Journalism and Media Studies, Marketing and Professional Accounting.

  • Master of Business Administration (Health Management)
    University of Tasmania

The aim of the Master of Business Administration (Health Management) is to provide participants with the skills required to further their business knowledge and for managing and leading within the health sector as well as providing an opportunity to integrate work and learning through a work placement program.

Graduates will be able to successfully assume leadership roles in health services in a wide variety of settings, and will be able to undertake a pro-active role in advancing their organization

  • Master of Business Administration (Maritime and Logistics Management)
    University of Tasmania

This program combines all the subjects of a traditional MBA with a strong maritime and logistics focus.  It is intended for those already employed in the fast growing maritime or transport industries, or those seeking to gain management positions within the international maritime and transport sectors.

Graduates will be eligible to apply for senior management positions in international businesses in transport, logistics and maritime industries; ports and terminals management and administration at local and international levels; and government positions.

Admission & Prerequisites
To be eligible for entry applicants must have completed an Australian Bachelor’s degree or equivalent program.

For entry into all postgraduate courses, international students must provide an IELTS test score of at least Band 6 with a minimum of 6.0 on all bands or a TOEFL score of 575 with a Test of Written English score of no less than 4.5. This test must not be more than 24 months old. Candidates having less score can apply with additional ELICOS

You may contact CAAN World Consultants for further details or you may send your query at


New Rules for CANADA Study Permit from June 2014

New Rules for CANADA Study Permit

New rules that aim to strengthen Canada’s status as a study destination of choice for prospective international students will be introduced later this year.

The new regulations, which take effect in June, aim to improve services for genuine students, while protecting Canada’s international reputation for high quality education and reducing the potential for fraud and misuse of the programme.

The changes starting June 4 include giving students the automatic right to work for up to 20 hours per week during term time and full time during holidays

The changes starting June 4 include giving students the automatic right to work for up to 20 hours per week during term time and full time during holidays

Currently applicants must show that they intend to pursue their studies in Canada when applying for a study permit but under the new rules they must actually enroll on a course and if they give up their studies they could be deported.

From June, study permits will only be issued to successful applicants who are studying at an educational institution that has been designated to receive international students.

The changes also give students the automatic right to work for up to 20 hours per week during term time and full time during holidays. Currently they have to apply for a separate work permit.

A major change is that visitors will be able to apply for a study permit from within Canada if they are at school on an academic exchange, are a visiting student at a designated learning institution or have completed a recognized course accepted by a designated learning institution.

When a student has completed their studies their permit will become invalid 90 days after their course has finished unless they also possess a work permit to remain in Canada.

Students wishing to undertake postgraduate studies will be able to work full time until a decision is made for their post graduate permit. Currently they are not able to do so.

International students enrolling on courses in Canada that will last six months or less do not need a study permit. This is not changing. Students from countries whose citizens require a visitor visa will still need a valid visitor visa.

Study permit holders who are studying at a non-designated institution when the new regulations come into effect will be permitted to complete their programme of study, up to a maximum of three years after the regulations take effect.

More details can be asked at as we at CAAN World are promoting best colleges under SPP & non SPP programs. Plan your higher studies in Canada with CAAN World Consultants.

Source Reference: Citizenship & Immigration 


New Zealand set to expand its education footprints in India

New Zealand set to expand its education footprints in India

New Zealand study visa is going to be easier for Indian students in coming days. Although India is the second largest contributor of international students in New Zealand but still it has decided to attract more Indian students.

As reported in ‘India Today’ January, 2014 New Zealand is going to expand its education footprints in India. For this purpose it will establish a new education promotion and market development department. The department will function from the New Zealand Consulate General in Mumbai.

"The New Zealand Consulate General in Mumbai currently has consular, trade, investment, tourism and visa functions. I welcome the addition of an education advisor to facilitating the development of business and the wider relationship between India and New Zealand," says Gavin Young, New Zealand Consul General.

More than 11,000 students from India are currently pursuing their higher education in New Zealand. The Mumbai expansion comes on the back of increased activity in India in the last six months, including a new brand launch and a 10 per cent rise in student visas clearances last year. "We know that Indian students are looking for high quality, affordable education with good career pathways. New Zealand is perhaps one of the few countries in the world, if not the only one, which has all of its universities in the Top 500 globally," says Education New Zealand's (ENZ) Regional Director South Asia, Ziena Jalil.

In addition to the promotion of New Zealand as a study destination, ENZ is also seeking to showcase the strengths of New Zealand education institutions as training providers and knowledge partners in India. A series of fairs, school visits, digital campaigns and road shows are some of the activities that ENZ will be undertaking over the 2014 year. The Mumbai education section will work alongside ENZ's New Delhi-based team.

According to immigration New Zealand Area Manager at Mumbai, Nathanael Mackay, "New Zealand government has announced changes to our work rights programme which will allow more international students to work while they study, enabling them to gain valuable business experience".

Reference: India Today, January 2014


Rise in Australian Student Visa applications

Rise in Australian Student Visa applications

Australia has once again seen an increase in student visa applications from India after a phase of decline. The number of Indian students applying to study in Australia has risen, with more applications to Australian universities this year. There has been a significant increase in the number of applications received and the number of students applying for universities in Australia.

More than 74,000 student visa applications were lodged in the September 2013 quarter, 7.1% higher than the same period in 2012 and the highest for this quarter in the last four years, according to figures published by the Department of Immigration very recently.

Australia has seen tough three years period when there was a steep decline on number of international students due to many factors. Things started improving after implementation of Knight Recommendations in 2012, under which student’s visa rules are relaxed. A new system under the name of Streamlined Visa Process (SVP) is introduced last year, which is the main factor working behind this growth in number of international students.

The new visa rules allow students to stay and work for a few years after completing their degree, so more students are applying. This new rule allow students to stay in Australia from two to four years after graduating and also allow them to have a job and work in Australia.

From March 2012, “streamlined visa processing” ensured that prospective students faced a less onerous application process if they provided confirmation of enrolment from a participating university in Australia at bachelor, masters or doctoral degree level. Such applications were treated as though they were a lower migration risk, regardless of their country of origin.

The government statistics, released this week, showed there were 346,965 international student visa holders in Australia at the end of September. Offshore student visa lodgements increased by 27.6% – and total student visa grants rose by 13.6% – in the September quarter compared with the same period in the previous year. The application success rate was 94.3%.

 The executive director of the International Education Association of Australia, Phil Honeywood, said a lot of factors might be influencing the upward trend, but it was significant enough to indicate the new visa regime had “become more acceptable to overseas education agents and to some of our traditional markets”.

If you are interested in Australian visas, contact CAAN World Consultants for information and advice on which visa is best suited to you.

Reference: The Guardian 17 January, 2014


Benefits of Studying Abroad

Benefits of Studying Abroad

Do you want to study abroad? Ever thought what it would be like to live and study in another country? There are numerous overseas education programs that give you an opportunity to study abroad. Studying abroad provides you a lot of benefits. Five reasons are sorted out just for you on why you should consider going for an overseas education program, they are as follows –

  • Practice a foreign language:

The best way to practice a foreign language is by immersion, which is when you are constantly surrounded by people using that language all the time. Studying abroad gives you a chance to get that immersion experience without sacrificing the time spent on your other studies 

  • Make friends for life:

When you study in a foreign country, you will come across new people who may have a different perspective than you do. You can share each other’s experiences and make friendships that can last a lifetime. And if the friends you've met can come to visit you when you return home, you can share your country with them the way they shared theirs with you. And thanks to social networking websites these days, it's easier than ever to stay in touch once your semester or year is over.

  • Add something incredible to your resume:

When applying for a job after studying abroad, employers would want to see if you’ve acquired the right skills, but they would also like to see if you’re the type of person that can take on a challenge. When the employers see that you have spent time studying abroad in your resume, they will know that you’re not afraid to step outside your comfort zone to try something new. And in this age of globalization, where more companies are doing business internationally, experience in another country can be what that makes you stand out from your peers.

  • Discover whether living abroad is for you:

About 6.6 Americans live in another country as estimated by the U.S. Department of State, only twelve of the fifty states have more people than that. By taking this opportunity to study abroad, you can see whether living and working abroad permanently might be something which you would exciting as soon as you graduate. Your career can be accelerated this way, as people with traditional and online degrees from American universities are often in high demand. And if you want to continue your education in another country, then you can take advantage of the increasing number of online programs offered by American universities if you don’t want your local choices.

  • Have unbelievable amounts of fun:

Spending time in a new place, learning new skills, and meeting new people are all useful, sure, but don't forget that doing this is an adventure! You only live once, why not make the most of it by spending a semester or year studying abroad? It just might turn out to be one of the most fun and rewarding things you ever do!

Reference: SiliconIndia Education


How To Fund Your Study Abroad Experience

How To Fund Your Study Abroad Experience

Attending college is a unique experience in itself, but adding an overseas course of study to your education can enhance that experience like nothing else. As wonderful as it is, studying abroad can also be quite expensive, and can add to your already large tuition bills. Don’t give up on your dream of studying in Eastern Europe or South America, though. You have several funding options available to you.

Apply for a Scholarship

Scholarships aren’t just for tuition and books. Several scholarships have been created for the sole purpose of funding overseas study. If you’re aiming to study abroad to help you learn a language, many professors advise this path and there are scholarships that fund both tuition and studying abroad. Either way, most scholarships for overseas study will require a demonstrated interest in foreign language study, or a familiarity with another language to make the student’s time in-country more productive and beneficial Don’t forget there will most likely be other scholarship requirements such as a certain grade point average, or a particular major or minor.

Apply for Financial Aid

The advantage of financial aid over a scholarship is that the requirements to obtain it may be a little less strict since money is loaned with the agreement that it will be paid back. However, it’s also possible to find grants for overseas study which, similar to a scholarship, will have some specific requirements to be met prior to the money being awarded. Just remember to not get in over your head. If you already have several student loans, carefully assess your finances before taking on another one, even if it’s a smaller amount meant just for a few weeks or months of study abroad.

Set Up a Savings Account

If you find yourself already bogged down with student loans and don’t want to add to your debt, and you’re unable to secure a scholarship or grant, you don’t have to miss out on overseas study opportunities. Once you make the decision that you’d like to participate in an overseas study program, start saving money. This will be easier if you have a part-time job outside of school. You can even take on tutoring students if there’s a particular subject where you excel. Or participate in a rewards program that offers college savings. Determine how much money you’ll need, and then set up a savings account just for your study abroad goal. And even if you are fortunate enough to win a scholarship or grant, having your own money to spend while you’re in-country will be a nice bonus.

More Money-Saving Tips

Try not to assume that once you have a scholarship or loan in hand, the rest of your money can go toward shopping and seeing the sights. Remember, you’re there to study, not go on vacation. The last thing you want to do is run out of money halfway into the program—it would make the last half of your stay very difficult and dull.

Here are a few more tips to help you save even more, and get the most out of your overseas study experience.

Choose a less expensive country with a good exchange rate

Everyone knows how cool London is. But it’s expensive. The exchange rate usually hovers somewhere around 1.5 American dollars for one British pound. Ouch. Besides, there’s no language challenge in England. Choose a less expensive country with an exchange rate friendlier to your native country’s currency, and where English is not the primary language. You’ll gain a better appreciation for the country and its people if you have to make an effort to communicate with them.

Since it’s usually a prerequisite, you may already be studying a foreign language in college. If you’re studying Spanish, like many college students, why not study abroad in Argentina? It’s a much less expensive place to travel, all you have to do is brush up on your Spanish phrases and save up during summer break and you’ll be on your way.

Get discounted airfare for students

Many study abroad programs have relationships with travel agencies and airlines to offer students discounted fares. Some airlines even offer those lower fares directly to students without any middle man. Do your homework to find these fares. The money you save on airfare can be put toward your stay abroad.

Try to stay with a host family instead of at a hostel

In some study abroad programs, staying with a host family is a given. But if it’s not set up by the program you choose, find out about the possibility of staying with a family while you’re overseas. You’ll still need to contribute to the household since they’ll be offering you room and board, but it shouldn’t be as expensive as even a hostel would be. Some added benefits are getting to know the family, learning about their culture, and improving your language skills by interacting with them on a daily basis.

Be prudent, plan ahead, and make sure you have enough money before you go, and the time you spend studying abroad will make for some of your fondest memories.

This article was brought to you by Susan Taylor. Susan is a former English teacher, writer and stay at home mom who knows the challenges students face in today’s education system. If you would like to reach Susan, please feel free to drop her a line at

Source:  Posted on September 08, 2011

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