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Study in CANADA

Canada offers excellent learning platform for International students. The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, but the cost of living and tuition fees for international students are generally lower. Canadian universities are largely public funded; as a result they are of a consistently high quality regardless of the location or area of study. Universities retain a high degree of academic autonomy. Study in Canada not only offer globally recognized degree and post study work permit it also give new dimensions to student’s career and future prospects in India and abroad.

Education System in Canada
Canada is a federation of ten provinces and three territories. Under the Canadian constitution, provincial governments have exclusive responsibility of all levels of education. There is no ministry or department of education at the federal level.
Canada's three territories, Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut, do not have the same constitutional status as the provinces, but with respect to education, the federal government has delegated this responsibility to the territorial governments, which, in turn, cooperate with the provinces to deliver postsecondary programs.
At the post-secondary level, Canada offers a range of education institutions:
University
University Colleges
Community Colleges
Career Colleges or Technical Institutes

Universities:
Canada has a large selection of universities located in both urban and rural settings in every region of the country. Canadian universities are largely publicly funded; as a result they are of a consistently high quality, regardless of location or area of study. Universities retain a high degree of academic autonomy.

They offer a broad range of courses and a full range of degrees from undergraduate to doctorates, and can also offer certificates and professional degrees. Fees for universities differ depending on the province, institution and program of study.

The universities are internationally known for the quality of teaching and research. Degrees from Canadian universities are considered to be equivalent to those from American and other Commonwealth universities.

University Colleges:
University colleges combine Canadian university and college traditions, with a strong base of applied and academic programs offered in campus environments. University colleges offer students a wide range of program choices of either academically-oriented university degree programs or the more practically-oriented college diplomas and certificates.
As part of the Canadian college system, university colleges are distinguished by their strong student support services, small classes and strong campus environment. They also may offer combined degree/diploma programs and university transfer programs.

Community Colleges:
Community colleges have the primary function of responding to the training needs of business, industry and the public service sectors. They also meet the educational needs of vocationally-oriented secondary school graduates, employment-seeking university graduates, as well as the lifelong learning requirements of the adult population. They offer professional programs of 1 to 3 years (often including a work term) that are highly applicable in the job market.
Some community colleges offer university transfer programs that allow students to take courses that are parallel to those offered for the first two years of a four year university program. Students must still apply to the university to gain admission to complete the last two years of the four year program.

Career Colleges and Technical Institutes:
Career Colleges and Technical Institutes are privately owned institutions that offer training programs that provide students with practical skills for the job market after a short period of instruction. These institutions are provincially approved and regulated, ensuring that program standards and quality are maintained.
Students seeking short-term training programs in multimedia, film studies, computer/internet studies, graphic design and hospitality and the like apply to career colleges. The emphasis at these institutions is on practical skills and some may specialize in specific areas such as business, computers and secretarial skills. Career colleges have highly competitive fee structures.

Type of qualifications
Certificate
This is a post senior secondary qualification awarded on successful completion of a program which is usually one year in duration. These programs are typically offered by colleges.
Diploma
This is a post senior secondary qualification awarded on successful completion of a program which is usually one to two years in duration. These programs are typically offered by colleges.
Bachelor degree
This undergraduate program is a post senior secondary qualification awarded on successful completion of three to four years of study. These programs are typically offered by universities and lead to graduate level studies.
Bachelor degree (Honors)
This undergraduate program comprises a higher degree of concentration in the honors subject, as well as a higher level of academic achievement. At some universities, an honors degree may require an additional year of study.
Master degree
This graduate program is awarded on successful completion of two years of study. These programs are offered by universities and could comprise a combination of coursework and research.
Doctorate or Ph.D.
This graduate program is the highest qualification awarded on successful completion of four to seven years of study. The program comprises some coursework, but primarily assessed on original research and thesis submitted. The degree is generally known as a Ph.D.; however, doctoral degrees may also be granted in particular fields of study such as music (DMus) or law (LLD).
The academic year
The academic year usually starts in September and ends in May. Each academic year normally comprises two semesters, the second semester commences in January. Some institutions have a trimester system which comprise three semesters in an academic year and therefore offer multiple intakes in January and May.

A limited number of specialized programs are offered in the summer session that commences in May.

Simple Steps to Follow:

  • Program and Institution selection
  • Take necessary admission tests ( GRE,GMAT,IELTS )
  • Application submission
  • Receive offer letter
  • Pay fees and get acceptance
  • Prepare documents to apply for student permit ( Visa )
  • Prepare for studying and living in Canada

 

Study in USA

U.S. Education offers a myriad of specializations in more than 4,700 Universities and Colleges. Institutions in U.S. prepare an individual to meet the demands of a fast-changing, increasingly competitive global environment. The U.S. classroom culture besides being interactive, it incorporates extensive use of technology. U.S. Education is known for being hands - on because industries and research in U.S. Universities are intertwined. An Education in USA and experience from a U.S. university has a very positive reputation in the international job market. U.S. Universities offers attractive financial assistance to credible students with achievement in academics as well as extramural activities. The degree granted by U.S. Universities is internationally recognized with ample of post – study work availability.
U.S. Education System

Post Secondary Education in the U.S.
Post secondary education in the United States refers to all formal education beyond secondary school.

For international students seeking higher educational opportunities in the U.S., post secondary education is typically divided into the following categories:

Associate's Degree
Undergraduate Degree
Graduate Education (Master’s and Ph.D.)
Types of U.S. Higher Education Degrees
Associat'e Degree
An Associate's Degree can be pursued after finishing 12 years of school education. These programs are usually offered by community colleges or junior colleges. These programs may vary from specialized technical programs to liberal arts degrees designed to lead to transfer into four-year Bachelor’s degree programs. Most public two-year colleges have articulation agreements with four-year institutions.

The Associate's Degree program is usually a two-year qualification in areas such as accounting, business, photography, interior designing, and the like.

Undergraduate Degree (B.A.)
Undergraduate education is pursued after finishing 12 years of school education successfully. It is offered in public and private colleges and universities as well as two-year institutions.

The curriculum of an undergraduate program generally consists of four general areas of study - major, cognates, general education courses and electives. The program is fairly flexible within subject groups, which enables a student to have numerous degree options, open in the year 1 and 2 of full-time study. In general, an undergraduate program can be finished successfully in four years.

Graduate Education (Master’s and Ph.D.)
Graduate education is pursued after successfully completing a Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree. Master’s/Ph.D. programs of study are typically offered by universities and research institutes.

A graduate program could be research-based, coursework-based or can have a combination of both. In general, a Master’s program can be finished successfully in 1 or 2 years full-time. Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S.) degrees are typically awarded in the traditional arts, sciences, and humanities disciplines. An M.S. degree is offered mostly in technical fields such as engineering, business and education.

Students who want to advance their education even further in a specific field can pursue a more specialized degree which is the doctorate degree, also called a Ph.D.. A Ph.D. degree can take between three and six years to complete, depending on the research area, the individual's ability, and the thesis that the student has selected. Doctoral level degree or Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) is the highest degree awarded in academic disciplines. Some other professional doctoral degrees are: Ed.D. (Doctor of Education), D.B.A.m (Doctor of Business Administration), and M.D. (Doctor of Medicine).

Simple Steps to Follow:

  • Program and University Selection
  • Necessary admission tests (SAT, GMAT, GRE, IELTS, TOEFL)
  • Application Submission
  • Receive offer of acceptance
  • Submit relevant documents to secure I-20
  • Receive I-20
  • Preparation of documents to apply for student (F-1) visa
  • Appear for visa interview at U.S. Embassy
  • Prepare to study and live in the U.S.


Study in UK

Education in UK offers internationally accepted degrees and above all offers an experience for life; the exposure offers students an opportunity to be an independent person and a better professional. There are over 450,000 international students from all corners of the world studying in the UK. The UK education is well known for its high quality research opportunities. An array of alumni’s has achieved leadership positions in wide variety of subjects.

UK Education System

Education is compulsory for all children up to the age of sixteen in the UK. The UK education consists of two distinct systems of courses and qualifications which are compatible with each other. One system is followed by England, Wales and Northern Ireland and the other is adopted by Scotland.

The UK education system is made up of the following levels:

Pre- school, primary and secondary education
At school level there are two types of schools which are state schools and independent/private schools. Both of these types of schools ultimately prepare students for General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) or equivalent qualifications. Pre-school is generally for 3-4 years old; primary is from 5 to 11 and secondary education is up to the age of 16.

Pre-university education
Education at this level is mainly taught at schools, sixth form colleges and further education colleges. The types of courses include AS level, A-level, Scottish Highers, access/bridging/foundation programmes and other equivalents.

Vocational education
Vocational education focuses on courses that are skills-based and work-oriented. Qualifications include Business & Technology Education Council (BTEC) diplomas, vocational A-levels and other equivalents. These courses are mainly run in further and higher education colleges. The unique features of these courses are the wide range of subjects available and the flexible entry based on the student’s academic ability and experience. Depending on the results it is possible for the students to progress to undergraduate degrees.

Qualifications such as Higher National Certificates/Diplomas and Foundation degrees are employment-related higher education qualifications. These qualifications allow students to progress to the 2nd or 3rd year of an undergraduate degree based on their results.

Undergraduate qualifications
Undergraduate degrees are usually taught at universities and colleges of further and higher education. Most of these degrees are 3 years except for Scotland where the degrees are 4 years. Undergraduate degrees that incorporate industrial placement are longer by one year and are generally known as sandwich courses. Courses such as medicine, dentistry and architecture are longer, usually about 5 years.

Postgraduate qualifications
Postgraduate courses are either taught or by research. Taught programmes include the postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma and taught masters. Research programmes include research masters and doctorates. The duration of the taught programmes range from 9-12 months and for research programmes the duration is between 1 to 4 years.

Time line (age) Level of Education

  • 4 to16 years of age

Pre-school, primary and secondary education

  • 17 to 21 years of age

 Pre-university education
Vocational education

  • 18 or 19 to 21 up to 26 years of age (depending on type of course)

 Undergraduate qualifications

  • After 1st degree and/or with work experience (depending on entry requirements of course)


Postgraduate qualifications

Simple Steps to Follow:

  • Counseling and Assessment
  • Application Submission
  • Accept offer
  • Scholarships
  • Accommodation
  • Pay tuition fee or deposit
  • CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance )from institution
  • Apply for student visa
  • Organize travel and Guidance on the requirements of medical reports
  • Attend pre-departure


Study in New Zealand

Education in New Zealand offers a student a world class learning opportunity in a beautiful, vibrant and multicultural environment. New Zealand is well known for its use of new technologies and innovative outlook. Around 70,000 international students are granted student visas to New Zealand each year and 75% are from Asia (predominantly, China, South Korea, and India). New Zealand qualifications are globally accepted and recognized. 4 out of the 8 New Zealand Universities feature in the top 300 QS World Ranking, with 2 in the top 200. International students are also eligible to apply for post study work visas after completing their courses.

Education System

The New Zealand education system is broadly divided into:

Tertiary Education Sector:

  • Universities: There are eight universities in New Zealand which run undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes. Universities are research-based and state-owned. The academic year runs from March to November (though some courses may start in January or July).
  • Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics: New Zealand polytechnics are established under the Education Act 1989 as amended, and are considered state-owned tertiary institutions along with universities, colleges of education, and wãnanga. New Zealand has 22 Institutes of Technology or Polytechnics. These Institutes are state owned and the academic year is the same as universities. Courses are usually vocational and skills-based, ranging from certificate level through to Degree and postgraduate level. Polytechnics also offer short full-time and part-time courses. These courses are scheduled throughout the year.
  • Private Tertiary and Training Establishments:There are a growing number of private tertiary and training providers offering an alternative study option. They offer a range of programmes including professional certificates, diplomas and degrees in a diverse range of subjects including arts, the hospitality industry, computer studies, secretarial studies, quality management, ecotourism and others. Over 800 such establishments are registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). About a quarter of these are Maori owned and operated.
  • Teacher Training: New Zealand is internationally recognised for its excellent education standards and as a provider of quality teachers. There are six government-funded specialist education institutions, two operating from within universities and the others offering their programmes in collaboration with their local university. They offer training for teachers from early childhood to primary, secondary, special and tertiary (higher education) level.
  • Wãnanga: Wãnanga is the term for the Mãori education providers which provide tertiary education and advanced study on Mãori tradition and custom, usually in the Mãori language.

English Language Training Sector:
Private English language schools offer a variety of courses for all ages including adventure, business and academic programmes. Adventure courses provide a balance of English language tuition and a stimulating activity of students’ choice. There are courses in English for business purposes and English to prepare students for academic study with TOEFL or IELTS testing. Most tertiary institutions also provide English language preparation for further study or foundation courses.

New Zealand School Education Sector:
Schooling in New Zealand consists of 6 years of primary schooling followed by two years of intermediate schooling, culminating in 5 years of high schooling, for a total of 13 years. This provides the full-time education to New Zealand children from six years of age until they are sixteen. All schools are funded by the New Zealand Education Ministry or are privately owned.

Public schools:
State schools are funded by the New Zealand Government and are mostly co-educational day schools.

Private Schools:
There are many private schools in New Zealand and they all  Conform to the nationally set curriculum. Many private schools offer single-sex education and have special philosophical or religious features.

Simple Steps to Follow:

  • Counseling Session
  • Individual Assessment Meeting
  • Application Submission
  • Tuition Fee and Insurance
  • Visa Application
  • Medical Examination
  • Travel/Accommodation Arrangements
  • Pre-Departure Briefing

 

Study in Australia
An Education in Australia promotes innovative, creative and independent thinking for higher education. A student learns the essential skills of teamwork, effective communication and develops practical skills and intellectual abilities. By studying in Australia, you can get a globally recognized degree & post study work rights, improving your career prospects in India and worldwide.
Australian Education System
The Australian education system is broadly divided into:
University
It is the highest level of graduate and postgraduate study in Australia. There are 41 universities in total - 38 public (government funded) and three private. You can study at the undergraduate level (Bachelor Degree) or postgraduate study level in Australia (Graduate Certificate, Diploma, Masters, PhD).

Vocational
These institutions are closely linked with various industries. As a result, the courses are very practical and skill-based. Vocational courses are provided at both the government-funded Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutes as well as private institutions. Many courses provide advanced standing into university degrees.

School
It is compulsory for children aged between 6 and 15, with matriculation exams for university generally taken at 18 years. Australian schools are public (government) or private (religious or independent).

English Language
Courses in English are undertaken for study, travel, immigration or business purposes. There are around 100 private English language centres in Australia. Some top ranking Australian universities and TAFE institutes also offer English language courses.

Australian Academic Year
The Australian academic year begins in early February for school students and late February/early March for vocational and university students. Most schools have three or four semesters. Whereas, universities and vocational institutes have two semesters, with exams at the end of each semester in June and November. There is a two- to four-week break between semesters. The long summer holiday break is from November or December to February.

Simple Steps to Follow:

  • Counseling Session
  • Individual Assessment Meeting
  • Application Submission
  • Tuition Fee or Deposit
  • E-Visa Application
  • Medical Examination
  • Travel/Accommodation Arrangements
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