- Ascenda School of Management
- Kwantlen Polytechnic University
- Langara College
- Simon Fraser University
These and other academic members can be viewed here. CIEC also has many Non-Academic, Agent & Associate Members. To learn more about the benefits of membership, click here. CIEC looks forward to continued growth & a strong presence in both countries.
CIEC is proud to announce strategic alliances with Agints.com, CanAsian Times & BC Career Colleges Association see below.
CIEC’s Media Partnership – CanAsian Times
CIEC proudly announces a strategic alliance with CanAsian Times (CAT) headed by renowned journalist, Jaideep Singh. CanAsian Times will help spearhead CIEC’s media operations in Canada and India. CAT is a media company based in Ottawa and is credited with being the first national weekly newspaper reaching the burgeoning South Asian fraternity in Canada. CIEC’s CARE Partnership – Agints.com
Agints.com is a new web site focused on improving transparency and integrity in the relationship between education agents, educational institutions and students. Agints.com enables education agents to build the reputation of their business through student reviews; and listing the institutions they represent, the professional bodies they belong to, and the industry qualifications that they hold.
Colleges, schools and students then use agints.com to find and connect with reputable education agents. Agints.com, together with its partner sites, has a network of over 2,500 education agents and 1,200 colleges and schools all over the world. Agents, colleges and schools can register a free trial account – click here to get started.
Agents that are already members of CARE can easily connect with us on agints.com by following three simple steps – click here. Colleges, schools and students will then be able to find your business when they search CARE members, and your CARE membership will be listed on your agints.com profile page.
BC Career Colleges Association
The BC Career Colleges Association (BCCCA) was formed in 1977 to support post-secondary schools, stakeholders, students and parties involved in private post-secondary education and training in British Columbia. The goal is to ensure that the private education and training industry is recognized for the high level of service delivery, commitment to quality, and student satisfaction that the sector delivers to consumers.
BCCCA member schools adhere to a Code of Ethics and are committed to providing students with individual care and attention throughout their studies, and as they graduate and search for employment. We expect to promote consistency, accountability and excellence in the private post-secondary education and training industry.
This is accomplished by co-ordinating and disseminating information on topics relevant to members – through seminars and meetings as well as out annual conference. The association is also a communications and advocacy liaison between the private training industry and the provincial government, the media and the general public.
India Canada Friendship Circle (ICFC)
Established in 2004, India Canada Friendship Circle (ICFC) is a registered, non-profit Canadian organization comprising individual and corporate members and supporters. It is a non-religious, non-political entity, and its language of operation is English.
ICFC encourages dialogue on India in a harmonious environment. The words “friendship” and “circle” in its name, convey an explicit desire to forge and maintain close ties among Canadians with an interest in India.
The primary objective of ICFC is to enhance the profile of India in Canada. The support of the High Commission of India and participation of the Canadian community in ICFC’s activities are invaluable assets to work towards its objective.
Volunteers & Contributors
CIEC thanks all volunteers & Disha contributors for the all their outstanding work helping CIEC grow our social media & online presence.
Disha Contributors include:
- Sparsh Sharma
- Avinav Sharma, Kangaroo Studies (CIEC Agent Member – CARE)
- Shashidhar Nanjundiah
- Diwakar Sharma