International students can work on and off campus for up to 20 hrs a week during your academic sessions and you are able to work full time during the summer break. Most students in our experience to get a part-time job either on campus or off-campus, but it takes some time, primarily due to lack […]
Most students want to work part-time to cover some of the expenses but there are also other advantages: Money never sleeps Having a part-time job is a source of stable income that will allow students to pay for rent and incidentals. This will reduce the financial burden and dependency on your sponsors and parents. It […]
In general, no backlogs are always the best option. For Canadian universities with increased competition the scope to accept backlogs is on the lower side but the good news is that some universities only look at the last two years when calculating your final GPA and if you have your backlogs in the first two […]
Canadian embassies are staffed to address student visas diligently. The time taken will depend on the geographical region (Delhi, Bangalore etc.) you are applying to and the period of the year. For example: For fall (September) start, there will be a number of students applying for Canadian student visas and you should expect a longer […]
Is it a good idea to apply to study abroad through educational consultancy or should I directly contact the university?
A good educational consultant/consultancy is one who is not just placing you in a university but is more interested in understanding your ultimate career goals. They are well versed with the Country, the educational systems, the career opportunities and the local culture in the various states within the Country. This allows them to have a […]