Increasing Number of Indian Students Heading to Canadian Colleges
Canada, whose attitude is positive toward outsiders, is experiencing a surge in the number of Indian students heading there for higher education...
|Canada, whose attitude is positive toward outsiders, is experiencing a surge in the number of Indian students heading there for higher education.|
Many students are advised to choose Canada destination for their overseas study options because of the lower costs for both tuition and living expenses, in addition to its lenient Canadian visa requirements.
According to Simon Cridland, a spokesman at the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi, the community colleges, which offer career-focused certificate and diploma programs, attract the most applications to study in Canada among a great deal of students at all levels.
Following the agreements signed during a visit to Canada last summer by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, 15 university presidents from Canada visited India to promote higher education in Canada last November.
In addition, the heads of dozens of Indian universities joined a high level meeting at Carleton University in Ottawa last month to explore possibilities for increased collaboration.
"Indian students can find pretty much any niche that they are looking for" so said Gail Bowkett, the assistant director for international relations at the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.
Canada has shown its effort for the variety of academic programs by launching a program for Indian students to complete three- to four-month paid research internships at leading Canadian universities.
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