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  • Canadian Education Road Show Reaches Chandigarh

    Published on September 30, 2010

    Chandigarh–Extending a golden opportunity to students aspiring to study in Canada,Canadian Education Road Show was organised from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm at The Hotel Taj, Chandigarh, today. The road show was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Consul General, Mr. Scott Slessor; Canadian Consulate General, Chandigarhand Hon’ble Trade Commissioner; Mr. Gurbans Sobti; Canadian Consulate General, Chandigarh also graced the occasion with his presence. More than 1000 students participated in the Road Show.
    Canadahas fast emerged as one of the most popular destinations for students interested in pursuing higher education abroad. To promote awareness among prospective students, the Canadian education road show Students got an opportunity to interact with the delegates from leading Universities and Colleges across Canada and get an on the spot assessment of their eligibility for various programs. Some institutions also made on spot admission offers to suitable candidates. Institutes participating in the road show included University of Waterloo, University of Saskatchewan, Brock University, Memorial University, Winnipeg University, Fraser International College, Carleton University, Kwantlen University, Thompson River University, International College of Manitoba, Humber College, George Brown College, Centennial College and Fanshawe College. Prior to Chandigarh, this event has been held at Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Jalandhar & Ludhiana in the past few days. Thousands of students from various educational backgrounds such as Business Management, Information Technology, Biotechnology, Hospitality, Tourism, Finance & Accounting and Engineering etc have visited the road show at these cities to meet the delegates and explore further education opportunities in Canada.
    Expressing his views on the Canadian Education road show, Anuraj Sandhu, Director, Canam Consultants Ltd. and Member CSIC said “We are pleased to extend this opportunity to students who aspire to go to Canada. This road show provides them with the opportunity of interacting with Canadian University delegates and even on the spot admissions, making their dream a reality. Canada has inked a record by being voted eight times by the United Nations as the best country to reside in. Besides excellence in education, Canada’s low crime and violence rates, high cultural confluence and attractive lifestyle makes Canada an attractive and safe destination for young students. Moreover, Canada’s stringent multicultural laws have encouraged diversity and the current migration rules provide students with an added advantage in terms of immigration.”
    The Canadian government spends an exuberant percentage of its budget on higher education ensuring that all students are provided high end facilities in institutions which offer employment relevant programs. Canada’s stimulating work environment and excellence in sectors like telecommunications, transportation and engineering; and more specifically microelectronics, medical devices, advanced software, lasers and optoelectronics, biotechnology, food and beverage processing, ocean and environmental industries to name just a few further encourage students who can explore excellent work opportunities during the guaranteed work permit on completion of the academic programs.
    Canadian Consulate General,Chandigarh Lighting the Lamp at the Canadian Education Fair at Hotel Taj with Anuraj Sandhu, Director, CANAM and Sukhmeet Grewal, Director, CANAM

    Canadian Education Road Show Reaches Chandigarh
    Chandigarh–Extending a golden opportunity to students aspiring to study in Canada, Canadian Education Road Show was organised from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm at The Hotel Taj, Chandigarh, today. The road show was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Consul General, Mr. Scott Slessor; Canadian Consulate General, Chandigarhand Hon’ble Trade Commissioner; Mr. Gurbans Sobti; Canadian Consulate General, Chandigarh also graced the occasion with his presence. More than 1000 students participated in the Road Show.
    Canadahas fast emerged as one of the most popular destinations for students interested in pursuing higher education abroad. To promote awareness among prospective students, the Canadian education road show Students got an opportunity to interact with the delegates from leading Universities and Colleges across Canada and get an on the spot assessment of their eligibility for various programs. Some institutions also made on spot admission offers to suitable candidates. Institutes participating in the road show included University of Waterloo, University of Saskatchewan, Brock University, Memorial University, Winnipeg University, Fraser International College, Carleton University, Kwantlen University, Thompson River University, International College of Manitoba, Humber College, George Brown College, Centennial College and Fanshawe College. Prior to Chandigarh, this event has been held at Hyderabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Jalandhar & Ludhiana in the past few days. Thousands of students from various educational backgrounds such as Business Management, Information Technology, Biotechnology, Hospitality, Tourism, Finance & Accounting and Engineering etc have visited the road show at these cities to meet the delegates and explore further education opportunities in Canada.
    Expressing his views on the Canadian Education road show, Anuraj Sandhu, Director, Canam Consultants Ltd. and Member CSIC said “We are pleased to extend this opportunity to students who aspire to go to Canada. This road show provides them with the opportunity of interacting with Canadian University delegates and even on the spot admissions, making their dream a reality. Canada has inked a record by being voted eight times by the United Nations as the best country to reside in. Besides excellence in education, Canada’s low crime and violence rates, high cultural confluence and attractive lifestyle makes Canada an attractive and safe destination for young students. Moreover, Canada’s stringent multicultural laws have encouraged diversity and the current migration rules provide students with an added advantage in terms of immigration.”
    The Canadian government spends an exuberant percentage of its budget on higher education ensuring that all students are provided high end facilities in institutions which offer employment relevant programs. Canada’s stimulating work environment and excellence in sectors like telecommunications, transportation and engineering; and more specifically microelectronics, medical devices, advanced software, lasers and optoelectronics, biotechnology, food and beverage processing, ocean and environmental industries to name just a few further encourage students who can explore excellent work opportunities during the guaranteed work permit on completion of the academic programs.
    Canadian Consulate General,Chandigarh Lighting the Lamp at the Canadian Education Fair at Hotel Taj with Anuraj Sandhu, Director, CANAM and Sukhmeet Grewal, Director, CANAM

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