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The Entertainment Education Report: The Best Film Schools of 2019 lists the industry's top 50 academic institutions and educators around the world, including entries from Beijing to London to Mexico City. The listed colleges offer ‘cutting-edge instruction’ and provide students the tools needed to create, innovate, and influence the industry.

In addition to the school's filmmaking programs, NYFA's is recognized for its forward-thinking offerings like game design, virtual reality, and 3D animation, calling the areas of study both ‘innovative and timely’. The piece also highlighted the school's flexibility, mentioning the wide range of degree and conservatory options as well as the locations.

NYFA has been a fixture on the list since 2017, when the magazine named it a ‘stellar’ school for film students. Widely regarded as the authority in entertainment news, Variety has led the industry in film, TV, digital, music, and theatre analysis and insight for more than 100 years. Its highly-anticipated annual list is a veritable ‘who's who’ of the world's biggest players in all forms of entertainment education, and is trusted by influential producers, executives, and talent.
An additional Temporary Graduate visa with an extra year of post study work rights is available for international students in Adelaide, South Australia, announces Australian government. The students eligible for this benefit may include:

• Graduate from the regional campus of a registered university or institution with a higher education or postgraduate qualification; and
• Maintain ongoing residence in a regional area while holding their first Temporary Graduate (subclass 485) visa
• The second Temporary Graduate visa will require ongoing residence in a regional area.

The Premier of South Australia, the Honourable Steven Marshall, has described growing both international student numbers and the South Australian population as a key priority, and looks forward to welcoming even more students.
Lamenting that talented foreign students are leaving the United States after studying in the country's best educational institutions, President Donald Trump, wants people with merit to stay in America and help the growth of companies in the US.

The US is losing out on great minds as the country has a ridiculous immigration policy. Looking forward to end loopholes in the legal immigration system to attract more people based on merit. The US Government now wants people to come into the country legally and on merit. The country boasts of all thee MNCs coming in the US. There is a need for great people in the US accepts US Govt., but want them to come in on a merit basis, and not in the way they have been coming in for years.

Trump has also referred to the difficulties being faced by foreign students to stay and work in the US after they complete their education in the country.

https://www.theweek.in/news/world/2019/01/05/foreign-students-from-us-colleges-should-stay-on-to-help-our-fir.html
Niagara College has contacted more than 400 students admitted to its January 2019 programs who had taken IELTS tests at locations in India, telling them they had to undergo a second English test or risk losing their offer of admission.

Niagara College flagged concerns with inconsistencies in the scores of English-language tests taken by students applying from India. It has asked 428 applicants to retake the test in India or risk having their offers of acceptance cancelled.

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is accepted by most Canadian academic institutions and is one of two major English language tests used by Immigration Canada as independent proof of immigration or citizenship applicant’s language proficiency.

The school launched an investigation this fall after the number of first-year international students flagged by faculty for being at risk academically surged to 300 from an average of 150 in previous years.

Those students were made to take an in-house language test and the college found 200 out of that group were failing in their academic programs because their English was not at the required level. Further investigation found 80 per cent of them were from India and had taken their IELTS tests at locations run by Australia-based IDP Education.

Source: https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2018/12/08/400-students-in-india-told-to-retake-language-tests-after-niagara-college-flags-concerns.html
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
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