CICIC Redesigns Website to Better Meet Needs of User Groups

Source: CICIC Website via Academica | December 16, 2014 The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) has unveiled its newly redesigned website. The website offers resources to help students and education professionals find critical information on mobility and credential recognition. It offers specific information to users based on their situation and needs. For individuals, […]

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StatsCan Report Offers International Context for Canada’s Education Indicators

Source: StatsCan Daily via Academica | December 16, 2014 Statistics Canada has released a new report that puts Canada’s education indicators in an international context. According to the report, the proportion of Canadian adults aged 25–64 with college or university completion has risen from 40% in 2000 to 53% in 2012, the highest rate among […]

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HEC Montréal Receives $1M Donation to Create Professorship and Scholarships

Source: HEC Montréal News via Academica | December 15, 2014 Lallemand Inc has donated $1 M to HEC Montréal to create the Lallemand – Marcel and Roland Chagnon Fund. The donation will help establish a professorship in international business and international exchange and entrepreneurship scholarships to further strengthen HEC Montréal’s global business research and initiatives. […]

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Ryerson Launches New Bridging Program for Internationally Trained Doctors

Source: Ryerson News Release via Academica | December 12, 2014 Ryerson University’s G Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education yesterday launched the new Internationally Trained Medical Doctors Bridging Program. The program will help integrate qualified, internationally trained doctors into non-licensed health-care employment. It will address a number of barriers faced by internationally trained doctors through […]

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UBC signs deal with India to continue to bring foreign investment to B.C. tech firms

Source: Vancouver Desi A $10-million deal signed on Thursday between technology centres at the University of B.C. and India has set the foundation for breakthroughs in isotope research as well as bringing foreign investment to technology firms in the Lower Mainland. The deal, signed between TRIUMF, Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics, and […]

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Govt unveils norms for foreign institutes eyeing India campuses

Source: The Times of India NEW DELHI: Foreign Education Providers (FEPs) interested in setting up campuses in India would have to run them as a not-for-profit legal entity. Therefore, they would have to first form a company under Section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956. Companies Under section 25 are non-profit entities. More than two […]

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Carleton University to host Canada India Education Summit May 16, 17 2011

Source: www.cou.on.ca, Toronto, Feb 2011 Both Canada and India share a strong commitment towards education, the environment, health and science. They commonly view technology as a means to bring economic progress to the nation. To celebrate the commonalities and a mutual desire to develop trade and educational partnerships, Carleton University, in collaboration with the India […]

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