Canada Education Fair

Canada Education Fair will be held in Mumbai on:

Day & Date: Tuesday, 05th April, 2016
Time: 10.30 am to 5.00 pm
Venue: Hotel Hyatt Regency, Andheri – Kurla Road, Near Sahar International Airport, Andheri (E), Mumbai.


Several leading Canadian Institutions will be participating in the Fair which includes Camosun College, Cape Breton University, Centennial College, College of New Caledonia, Columbia College, Durham College, Fanshawe College, Fleming College, Fraser International College (FIC), George Brown College, Georgian College, International College Manitoba (ICM), Lakehead College, Lasalle College International, Le Cordon Bleu, Loyalist College, North Island College, Northern College, Thompson Rivers University, University of Manitoba (Undergraduate & MBA), University of Saskatchewan, University of Waterloo, Vancouver Film School, Wilfird Laurier University & Trent University.

Many Institutions will be offering Application Fee Waiver and Spot Admissions to eligible students at the Fair. Kindly carry 5 sets of academic documents for on-the-spot assessment. Prior Registration is compulsory. For FREE Registration, please fill up the below Registration form or call GeeBee Education: Churchgate: 022-43222333, Andheri: 022-40224480, Borivali: 022-28998333, Thane: 022-25388844  and Vashi: 9594917523.

Canada offers a high standard of living and is consistently ranked by the United Nations as one of the best country in the world to live and study. Tuition fees for international students are amongst the lowest in Canada as compared to other countries. For all that it offers, Canada has a remarkably low cost of living. Upon graduation, Students are allowed to work full-time in Canada for 1 to 3 years after the course completion. This provides an excellent opportunity to gain International work experience.Canada welcomes International students and provides an excellent opportunity for Permanent Residency to qualified students. Besides, Canada is one of the safest countries for Indian students. Canadian Study Permit rules have been simplified for Indian students. The Visa processing time has been reduced for certain Institutions that are participants under the Student Partnership Program (SPP). Students are now required to submit very few documents under SPP.


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