Saturday, April 13, 2013
IELTS based Scholarships by Fanshawe College Canada
Fanshawe College in London, Ontario, Canada has launched IELTS based Scholarships
IELTS Score of 7.0: $500 scholarship
IELTS Score of 8.0: $1000 scholarship
IELTS Score of 7.5 and 60% in previous education: $1000 scholarship
Thursday, April 4, 2013
Indian students will get direct entry into Candian college second year
Select Indian university students are getting direct entry into second year of "Fast Track 2 Year Program Science Lab Technology" in Fanshawe College, Canda.
Gujarat Technical University
North Gujarat University
Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
The diversity of courses coupled with a 8-12 months of co-op work experience provides students with many career options upon graduation. Employment may be found in the quality control industry, research laboratories or product development.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
New Zealand Launches Study-Work website for International Students
New Zealand Launches Study-Work website for International Students.
Please go through the website to understand all the topics it covers and refer for details whenever required.
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Indian students lead the international contingent of graduates at the MacEwan June Convocation
As reported by Dr. Richard Lewis, Director of MacEwan International, Indian students lead the way for international graduates at the June Convocation.
Of all the international graduates at the University, nearly half were from India (47%). The next nearest group was from China (26%), followed by Korea (4%). Clearly Indian students are having a large impact on the success of international graduates at Grant MacEwan University. They are arriving in a variety of programs, staying and studying as planned and ultimately leading the graduation parade.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Western Australia is most buoyant state about jobs
WEST Australian employers are the most confident about hiring new workers over the next three months, according to a new national survey.
Recruitment agency Hudson Global Resources released its latest Employment Expectations report today, showing WA remained the most buoyant state, with 43.9 per cent of respondents expecting to add new jobs, a drop 1.3 percentage points from the preceding quarter.
Employers planning to cut staff dropped 1.1 percentage points to 3.7 per cent, the lowest in the nation.
WA led the other resource-rich state of Queensland, with 37.6 per cent of employers expecting to put on new workers, up 2.2 percentage points.
Both outstripped the national average of 21.7 per cent, down four percentage points.
Hudson WA general manager Bruce Henderson said employment in the state was being driven by mining and resources investment.
"Jobs are being driven by new projects that are still under construction, as well as existing assets that are expanding or in ramp-up mode," he said.
"This is creating additional demand for roles in a wide variety of industries that support the mining sector."
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Easy Australian visa for Indian students
Minister for Immigration and Citizenship on 15 February 2012 has announced a reduction in the visa assessment level for India and Nepal which are two among the 29 countries. Students going for their higher studies under new assessment level will be required to show fewer documents towards the issuance of their student visa. English proof and academics requirement will also be easier.
Assessment level has reduced for the Subclass 574 which is meant for post graduate research level students.
New Assessment level will come into effect on 24th March 2012. Students applying after 24th March2012 for visa for Masters by research or PhD will be assessed under new AL1 assessment level.
Friday, May 20, 2011
Study in Australia without IELTS - possible with alternative tests
International students aiming for study in Australia will no longer have IELTS as the only option for proving their English Proficiency. The alternative English language tests such as TOEFL, PTE and Cambridge English will also be acceptable for student visa purpose by the end of this year.
These provisions have not only created a competition in the English Language test market but has also increased the choices and no. of test centres for students. Moreover students will be able to get their results in a comparatively short time.
Monday, May 16, 2011
Australian Visa becoming expensive from 1st July, 2011
The cost of migrant visa for Australia is going to increase by 15% with effect from 1st July 2011 so as to help offset the wider costs associated with the operation of the migration and temporary entrant program.
However students/tourists need not to worry as these regulations will not apply to:
Australian tourist visas
Australian student visas
Second instalment investor retirement visas
Second instalment contributory parent visa
humanitarian protection visas lodged in Australia
The persons looking for PR in Australia should now rush to file their applications in order to save them from the rising costs.