Studying abroad doesn't begin and end with Amrika anymore. We're beginning
to look around at other options, and they're not so bad. Lower tuitions, the
promise of permanent residence, and a work permit after you graduate.
Looking beyond the star-spangled banner is hardly considered a compromise
Canada, in particular, has been very keen on reaching out to the Indian
student community. And for seven years in a row, the UN has ranked it No. 1
country to live in. But how much information is available on the study
choices available there?
This is where Study Canada steps in to answers queries, consult with
students and offer resources on universities and study courses. Attend their
seminar to get hold of all the info you'll need to make that all-important
Register at their website: www.studycanada.ca. You must register to attend.
Two seminars are being organised - 1000-1300 & 1500-1800, at the Kohinoor
Hall, Taj Residency.
Please contact Taj Residency at 2339-3939 for further details.