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Effective from September 1st, 2018, international students will no longer be eligible for Manitoba Health coverage. International students enrolled in degree programs at the University of Manitoba will be required to enroll in a private health plan administered by Blue Cross and Student Care. The University of Manitoba will cover the cost of this plan for degree-seeking students from September 1, 2018 – August 31, 2019 to help with the transition between health plans. Dependent and family coverage will be available for purchase for an additional cost; this cost will not be covered by the University.

Students enrolled in the English Language Centre are not eligible for this plan; English Language Centre students will be required to enroll in an alternate health care plan. Details on the provider and the cost of the plan will follow in the coming weeks.
IRCC has officially announced the Student Direct Stream (SDS) in India! Under SDS, Study visa Applications can be submitted online or on paper. Please note the differences between SPP and SDS, namely:

• Payment of tuition must be made for the entire first year of study.

• IELTS must show a minimum overall band of 6.0 with no individual band lower than 6.0.

For more details, and to understand, if possible, how to apply the SDS to your profile, Contact Canam Counselors, or visit the nearest Canam office, today
With this award the Massey Business School aims to attract top-achieving new international students. It is available to students enrolling in full-time business programmes based on Palmerston North or Wellington campuses. There are up to 20 awards available for 2019.

Criteria
The award will be based on academic merit based on a Grade Point Average determined by Massey University.

Value

Each award is for up to NZ$5,000 per 120 credits (equivalent to one year of studies), up to the total credit value of the programme.

• Undergraduate programmes - up to a maximum of NZ$15,000

• Postgraduate programmes - up to a maximum of NZ$10,000

Eligibility

This is open to full fee paying international students who are new to Massey University, and enrolling in an eligible Business programme on either our Palmerston North or Wellington campuses.

For more details on how to apply, visit your nearest Canam office and meet Canam Counsellors
Indian students with creative flair are being tempted to live and study in Wellington thanks to a new online WREDA marketing campaign titled Create Your Future.

The Create Your Future campaign, which was made live on 3 May, is a step towards changing this perception and opening up the Indian international student market for Wellington. The video campaign uses Facebook to target 16-25-year-old tertiary students interested in creative and tech programmes that live in the regions of Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kochi, Pune and Kolkata.

Research shows that Indian students are particularly interested in studying in a city that feels global, is safe and clean and has strong work pathways. The Create Your Future campaign ticks the right boxes by showing off Wellington’s creative opportunities to potential students and highlighting what Wellington safe and inclusive environment can offer them.

The Create Your Future campaign was timed to leverage Education New Zealand’s media work in India. There were 715 Indian fee-paying students enrolled for study in Wellington in 2016.
Unscrupulous individuals use the Internet to offer foreign nationals false educational or employment opportunities in Québec. Some claim to represent the government, well-known organizations or large corporations, while others use false documents to convince potential immigrants of the credibility of their proposals.
You should be on your guard, for example:
  • if someone you’ve “met” on a chat site promises that he or she has the necessary contacts to get you into an immigration program abroad for a specific immigration category (e.g. refugee class) to which you do not belong, as well as if they also ask you to find several other people to participate in such a program.
  • if individuals who claim to be representatives of the government, well-known organizations or large corporations use e-mail addresses like Yahoo!, Hotmail or AOL.
  • if they ask you to pay the fees required via a money transfer agent. Reputable transfer agents recommend that you should never use their services to send money to strangers;
  • if you are asked to enter your file number on a website. In fact, the Ministère will never ask you to enter your file number on its website, except on secure platforms for an online application for a Québec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ) for studies or an online application for a Québec selection certificate (CSQ) under the Regular Skilled Worker Program (Mon projet Québec).
For more details click the link
http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/informations/fraud-notice.html
The Irish Government has passed legislation to create technological universities. Our most recent partner, Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), is well advanced in the work required to shift to this new category of institution and is expected to be among the first to gain such approval as early as next year.

The Technological Universities Act was passed into law on 21 March 2018, and, as the name suggests, it provides for new technological universities to be created by merging two or more existing institutes of technology.

The strategy to create new technological universities out of the IOT system is enshrined in Ireland’s National Strategy for Higher Education to 2030. The government envisions that these new institutions will be based in different regions around the country, and will focus on science and technology programmes that are ‘vocationally and professionally oriented’.
IRCC intends to implement the Study Direct Stream (SDS) in both India and Vietnam (similar to what is already in place in China and the Philippines) on Feb 01, 2018. The IELTS requirement in India is likely to be raised from an overall score of 6.0 (with no band less than 5.5) to an overall score of 6.0. (with no band less than 6.0.). With momentum for studying in Canada very high in India, it is expected that student numbers will continue to expand. When implemented, SDS will replace SPP in India. Students will be required to purchase a GIC ($10,000) and provide proof of tuition payment for the first year. Online applications will also be accepted.

However the colleges maybe seeking an extension to this start date of 1st Feb , so watch this space for more info !

Students are advised not to panic, but seek visa guidance (if required), from Canadian Government Authorized Consultants who are ICCRC members. Do not get fooled with wrong information by unauthorized consultants.

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