Friday, March 17, 2017

Study In UK

UK, by far the most popular destination for International students. Universities offer almost every course. If you are looking for UK admissions, contact us by sending an email on

Growing Destination

International students have always been an important presence in the UK, and their numbers have been growing steadily over the years. In fact, the UK is now the second most popular destination for international students, behind the US. The UK has worked hard to capitalize on the growing demand for English-language instruction and the post-9/11 visa hurdles in the US. The top ten countries sending students to the UK are:
  1. China
  2. India
  3. Nigeria
  4. Malaysia
  5. USA
  6. Hong Kong
  7. Germany
  8. France
  9. Republic of Ireland
  10. Greece
  11. Pakistan

Worldwide Recognition

Degrees and qualifications from UK higher education institutions are known around the world as high quality and world class. This standard of excellence is set by some of the older universities with recognizable names, such as Oxford and Cambridge, but the tradition carries through to many of the universities and colleges throughout the UK. When looking for work in the future, this can be a great selling point in your favour!

Education Costs are Lower

The cost of education for an international student in the UK can beis generally lower compared to the USA and other countries. Programs in the USA can be $25,000 or more a year in tuition alone. Tuition for the majority of UK higher education institutions generally £6,000 to £7,000 a year - considerably less!
Because your degree will generally take less time to complete in the UK than in other countries, this will also save you money. Although four-year programs are increasing in popularity, most degree programs in the UK are three years, and a masters program is typically between one and two years.

Work Opportunities

An international student in the UK is typically allowed to work up to 20 hours a week during school term, and up to full-time when school is out of term. Of course, you should always check with your international advisor at your school before starting any work - you do not want to be in violation of your visa, and rules change frequently. Also, it is not always easy to find a job, so relying on work income to fund your education is not a good idea. Unless you have employment set up through your school before you arrive, you should plan to fund the entire first year of your studies without any employment income.

Gateway to Europe

With the addition of the Channel Tunnel and low cost airlines such as EasyJet and Ryan Air, Europe is easier to access than ever. You can reach most areas of Europe from the UK within a few hours by train or direct flight. For example, if you are studying in London or Manchester and you want a weekend away in Italy, you can fly Ryan Air direct to Rome, Milan, Pisa, Genoa, Venice or several other cities in Italy. The direct flight would take around two hours and cost anywhere from 30 to 100 pounds, depending on when you travel and when you book.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Canada Will process Work Visa in 2 Weeks (From June 2017)

2 Weeks Processing for Canadian Work Visa (Starting June 2017)

The government of Canada has outlined details of the new Global Talent Stream of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, which, among other initiatives, will establish a two-week standard for processing of work permit applications (and temporary resident visas when applicable) for highly skilled talent. The Global Talent Stream is scheduled to be operational as of June 12, 2017.
The stream is part of the government’s Global Skills Strategy, which aims to help innovative firms thrive, creating economic growth and good middle-class jobs.
With this initiative, companies in Canada will be able to bring in highly-skilled international workers quickly and efficiently. At this moment, the exact hiring situations that would be eligible for two-week processing times is in development. A Global Talent List of eligible high-demand occupations is being created in consultation with labour market experts and key stakeholders. This list is expected to be publicized in advance of the June 12 launch.
Canada’s tech sector is expected to benefit significantly. Speaking at the announcement of the Global Talent Stream in Toronto on March 9, Benjamin Bergen, Executive Director of the Council of Canadian Innovators, said that “The Global Skills Strategy will help high-growth Canadian technology firms by making it easier and faster to attract and acquire the global talent they need to scale up and compete on the world stage. Canada’s most successful innovators welcome the new two-week turnaround standard for work permit applications, the streamlined process for applications, and the continued efforts of the federal government in supporting Canada’s tech sector.”
The announcement was also attended by two federal cabinet ministers, namely Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, and Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour.
“Canada continues to compete in a global innovation race. As technologies become more widely available to everyone, the only competitive edge for countries and businesses is the distinctive talent and creativity of their people. While skilled immigrants are now identifying Canada as a country of choice in which to apply their knowledge and ideas, we also need to prepare our homegrown talent for a rapidly changing job market,” said Mr Bains.
For her part, Ms Hadju added that “Our government’s Global Skills Strategy will give employers a faster and more predictable process for bringing in top talent and new skills to Canada.”
In addition to the two-week processing time for certain work permits, the government will also create a dedicated service for companies looking to make significant job-creating investments in Canada. Further, the government will allow skilled foreign nationals working in Canada short-term (for instance, 30 days or less in a 12-month period) to work without a work permit. This latter measure will also apply to brief academic stays.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Canada Immigration (Quebec Immigration)

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Quebec Immigration - Skilled Worker Program

The Quebec immigration selection system for Quebec Skilled Workers is designed to indicate which applicants are likely to become economically established upon immigration to Quebec.

Skilled Worker (Professional) applicants who intend to reside in Montreal or in another city or region within the province of Quebec are assessed under a different system than applicants who wish to settle elsewhere in Canada. This is done through what the government of Quebec calls its 'Regular Skilled Worker Program', otherwise known as the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).

As of January 2016, candidates for immigration to Canada through the QSWP must use the secure space Mon projet Québec in order to submit an application. Mon projet Québec allows candidates to complete their application for a CSQ, make their payment online, follow the status of their application, make changes to their application, and access personal electronic messaging throughout the process.

Following the closure of the second intake period in 2016, the Ministère de l'Immigration, de la Diversité et de l'Inclusion ('the MIDI', the Quebec government department overseeing immigration to the province) has announced that the intake limit of 10,000 applications for a selection certificate through the QSWP for the period of April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017 has been reached.

Note: Cap-exempt candidates who have an employment offer validated by the MIDI, as well as individuals who are temporary residents of Quebec and eligible to submit an application for CSQ, may submit an application at any time.

Quebec Skilled Worker Eligibility

Applicants who are successful under the Regular Skilled Worker Program are issued a Quebec Selection Certificate (Certificat de sélection du Québec, also known as a CSQ), which is then followed by a Canadian Permanent Resident (Immigration) Visa. Though applicants to the program are assessed based upon different selection factors than those of the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the government of Canada acknowledges Quebec's selection of applicants by issuing permanent resident visas to successful applicants, once medical and criminality background checks have been completed.

In order to qualify for a CSQ, you must score enough points under the Quebec Immigration selection system that is described below. A single (unmarried) applicant must score at least 50 points based on this system, while an applicant with a spouse or common-law partner must score at least 59 points.

Many of the documents required in order to apply for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program must be certified true copies.

Language test results must be submitted along with immigration applications to be awarded points for language proficiency.

For more information on approved French tests, see Proving French Language Ability (Quebec Skilled Worker Program).

For more information on the approved English test, see Proving English Language Ability - International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
Quebec Skilled Worker applicants must then successfully complete medical and security examinations conducted by the Canadian government in order to be granted a Canada Immigration (permanent resident) visa.

Quebec Skilled Workers applicants are not assessed based upon the selection factors of the Federal Skilled Worker Class. Citizenship and Immigration Canada acknowledges the selection of applicants who meet Quebec immigration selection criteria.

Processing Times

Processing Times for the Quebec Skilled Worker Program vary from one Canadian Immigration Visa Office to another.

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Canada Work Visa (How to Apply)

The Government of Canada wants people to enter and work legally in Canada and apply for the workpermit visa before moving. Hence, it is very crucial to know about the various working visa categories, in order to choose the one that first best with your eligibility and requirements. The various workpermit and work visa categories are as follows:-

A.   Temporary Workers Program

  • Work Permit (LMIA Based)
  • Student Permit
  • Working Holiday
Work Permit Visa (LMIA Based)
The Work permit does not require point system to fall or qualify. Every year, thousands of foreign worker go to Canada to work there temporarily on work permit. To be able to work in Canada temporarily the visa applicant must hold an offer of employment or employment contract from a Canadian employer and a positive LMIA from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). However in some jobs LMIAs do not require.

What are the basic requirements to be able to Apply for work permit visa?
The visa aspirant must:-
  1. Have an employment contract from a Canadian Employer.
  2. A positive LMIA from Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) for which the employer lodges an application to HRSDC demonstrating the need for the foreign employer and their failure to locate any local Canadian citizen or permanent resident for the nominated job. If the HRSDC gets satisfied they issue a positive LMIA to proceed.
  3. Satisfy the immigration officer that you will leave the country once your employment ends.
  4. Should prove that you are financially strong to support yourself and family if they are staying along with you and would not be requiring any financial support by the government of Canada.
  5. Obey all Canadian laws and do not have any criminal convictions or offenses.
  6. Not hold any critical medical conditions.
  7. Not have worked in Canada for one or more periods totaling four years after April 1, 2011, (with certain exceptions)
What are the Benefits of Work permit visa:-
  • Allows you to call your family to stay with you and your family members can study and work in Canada.
  • Allows you to stay in Canada for 4 years in Canada.
  • Being on Work permit, you can apply for permanent residency.
  • If you are currently working or plan to work in Canada, you should keep track of the total time you have worked and plan to work in Canada. Once you have completed four years of work as a temporary foreign worker in Canada, you will not be eligible to work in Canada again until another period of four years has passed
  • The Processing time depends on the nationality of the applicant and the country where applying and varies anywhere between 2 to 7 months.
  • B.   Permanent workers

    • Federal Skilled workers
    • Trade Skilled worker
    • Live in Care Givers
    Skills Immigrants: Skilled Worker immigrants are selected based on their ability to settle in Canada and contribute to the Economy here. The Skill Immigrants are being assessed based on the following:
    • Education
    • Work Experience
    • English/French Language Skills
    • Other Such Factors
    This category too is further segregated into below sub-categories:
    • Federal skilled workers Program (for applicants with skilled professional work experience)
    • Federal Skilled Trades Program (for applicants with experience in skilled manual work)
    • Canadian Experience Class (for applicants with in-Canada skilled professional work experience)
    The new Express Entry System has been launched in the month of January, 2015, to manage as to how the skilled immigrants shall apply in order to immigrate to Canada.
    As per this system an applicant first fills the online profile form, including the language test scores, Educational Credential Assessment and the work experience. Filling and submitting the Express Entry Profile is absolutely free of cost.  The complete applications received under the Express Entry system shall be processed within six months or less.

    Provincial nominees: This program is for the applicants who has got the nomination from a province or state in Canada under its agreement with the Government of Canada.
    Generally an applicant needs to apply directly to a province or territory to be considered under its Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
    Language Test
    You would require taking a language test if you apply as a provincial nominee:
    • For a semi- or low-skilled job (NOC C or D), or
    • Under Express Entry for a:
      • Managerial job (NOC skill level O),
      • Professional job (NOC skill type A), or
      • Technical job and skilled trade (NOC skill type B).
    You would require to apply in two stages.
    1. Apply to the province or territory where you want to live. Your application will be reviewed by that province, based on below two aspects:
      • Its immigration requirements and
      • Whether you really plan to live there.
    The above mentioned criteria, may get change as per latest updates, hence, you are advised to check the website of that particular province, where you want immigration.
    1. Once a province nominates you, you would require to apply to CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada) for Permanent residence. The CIC officer will review your application based on Canadian rules.
    As per the process, you need to pass a medical exam and get a Police Verification (certificate). The checks are mandatory for all the immigrants, no matter where they plan to live in Canada.

    Quebec-selected skilled workers (or investor or entrepreneur program):
    The province of Quebec has an agreement with the Government of Canada for the selection of Immigrants outside Canada as per the province skill requirement.
    You would need to apply in two stages.
    First: Apply to the Quebec government for a certificate of selection. This will confirm that Quebec has accepted you as an immigrant. Quebec will review you using its own rules. You may also visit the Quebec immigration website to find out how to apply.
    Second: After Quebec chooses you, you must apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for permanent residence.
    As per the process, you need to pass a medical exam and get a Police Verification (certificate). The checks are mandatory for all the immigrants, no matter where they plan to live in Canada.
  • Caregiver Program: An applicant can apply under this particular category through three ways:
    • Caring for Children Pathway
    • Live-in Caregiver Program
    • Caring for People with High Medical Nees Pathway
    You can apply for permanent residence through any of the  above mentioned options as per your eligibility.
    Caring for Children Pathway
    It applies to the caregivers who have provided child care in a home. The permanent Residency can be applied through this pathway.
    Live-in Caregiver Program
    It is for both live-in caregivers who are already working in Canada with a Live-in Caregiver Program work permit, as well as for the caregivers who are approved for their first Live-in Caregiver Program work permit based on an employer’s positive Labor Market Impact Assessment application that was submitted to Service Canada on or before November 30, 2014.
    Caring for the individuals with High Medical Needs Pathway
    It makes those caregivers eligible for permanent residences, which have provided care for the elderly or those with disabilities or chronic disease in a Hospital or in a home.

Study in Cyprus (Most Beautiful Study Destination)

Everyone dream about studying in USA, UK, Canada and Australia. But, there are some other countries where you will find quality education and bright future.

One of them is "Cyprus". A small island in Europe, but very beautiful and very loving local people.

Here are some reasons I recommend studying abroad in Cyprus.

1. Nobody really knows where or what it is.
How many people do you know who have studied in Madrid? Beijing? London?
Then ask yourself how many people you know who have studied in Cyprus. Probably none, right? It’s truly a one-of-a-kind experience — you’ll have stories to tell for life.
2. The price of living in Cyprus is incredibly reasonable.
Unless you’re heading to fine dining and scuba diving lessons on the regular — which you totally can do in Cyprus! — you’ll spend a lot less than you would have spent studying in a major European city.
It’s easy to eat cheaply, taxis charge fairly, and once you start getting to know the locals you’ll barely pay a dime for the nightlife.
You literally have the world at your fingertips.
Europe’s to the west, Asia’s to the east, and Africa’s to the south. During my time abroad, I traveled to all three continents — a trip to Israel, a trip to Egypt, and a trip through Europe during my spring break.
3. You’ll get to experience more of one country than you could anywhere else.
Because Cyprus is so small (seriously, check it out on a map — you may have to squint), not only will you be able to experience all the touristy things, you’ll become very familiar with your surroundings and get to know the locals quickly.
After a semester in Cyprus, it’ll really start to feel like your home away from home.
4. The weather is gorgeous year-round.
I’m a California native and certified weather wimp; European winters would not have been my thing. Cyprus didn’t dip below 55 at any point during my stay, which suited me perfectly.
My east coast friends were practically crying with joy because they could work on their tans in February.
5. There’s a reason Cyprus is a vacation destination.
It’s home to some amazing beaches, and there’s something magical about that Mediterranean water. Ocean swimming, jet-skiing, banana boating, cliff diving – there are lots of ways to play in the sea.
(I spent so many weekends on the beach that back home they now call me “The Bronze Goddess.” With Capital Letters.)
6. Cypriots know how to party.
It’s safe to say that they inherited the celebratory nature of the Greeks. That’s right — Cypriots hit the club on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Not that there’s any shortage of people at the bars on Monday and Tuesday.
If you happen to go abroad during the summer, just imagine your first semester of college all over again… with Greek music, beautiful people, and large bodies of water.
7. You’ll meet people from all over the world.
There are people from all over the World. Specially from countries like USA, UK, Pakistan, India and People from African countries.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Study In Australia

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With a population of 21 million people, Australia is one of the best places in the world to live whilst you study. The standard of living is amongst the highest in the world, yet costs remain competitive. During your breaks from studying, you will have a wide choice of activities to enrich your experience - from cultural festivals, concerts and museums, to major sporting events.

The benefits of living and learning in Australia are both personal and academic. Australian education has a strong international reputation for excellence. Your years in Australia will give you the best platform to succeed in your career, and prepare you for the challenges of the work place. It won't just be your mind that develops - your time in the classroom will change you as a person.
Australian universities are widely known for the quality of their teaching and research. When you study at Top Education Institute you will receive a quality education that will form a strong foundation for your future success.You will learn from teachers who are experts in their industries and who can provide you with a sound understanding of your chosen field. You’ll develop strong academic skills that can be applied to other areas and learn to think creatively and independently.


  1. Australian education system is world-wide recognized with leading universities and wide range of choices.
  2. 2nd highest concentration of international students in the world despite having a population of only 23 million.
  3. Education is provided in an economical manner.
  4. Students are allowed to work part time while they study.
  5. Being popularized in invention of new technology, Australia makes it easier for students to enhance their skills by qualitative scientific research.
  6. Australia enjoys friendly, multicultural and harmonious environment.
  7. Australia being less populated offers more job opportunities in multiple disciplines.
  8. It offers scholarship opportunities to deserving candidates

Top Universities catered by SIEC are:

  1. Australian National University: Being ranked in 19th place world-wide it is the only university created by Parliament of Australia. This university is committed to retain outstanding people and offer flexible employment options. It is highly regarded for its politics, linguistics, geography and Science courses.
  2. University Of Melbourne: Established in 1855, it is popular for providing vast range of courses. Ranked at 42nd place in the world, it aims in providing education in the field of accounting, psychology and medicine.
  3. University of Sydney: It is Australia’s first university founded in 1850. It is a public research university which is specialized in providing wide range of academic programs. Popular courses include Agriculture and Environmental studies, Engineering and Project Management, Arts, humanities and Media Studies etc.
  4. University of Queensland: Founded in 1909 it is primarily located in Brisbane and is the oldest university in Queensland. Having an experienced staff, world class facilities, it ranks in the 46th place in world ranking. It provides courses like Arts & Humanities, Business & Management, Engineering & Technology, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences etc.
  5. Monash University: Ranked at 67th place, it is popularized in providing  globally renowned education in an effective and effective manner. It is one of the Australia’s leading universities and serves as a home to majority of research facilities. Popular courses include Art, design and Architecture, information technology, law, medicine, science etc.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Study In Canada (Benefits)

The worlds most popular destination for International Students is Canada. 

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Benefits of Studying in Canada
Advanced Quality Education: The education quality in Canada is one of the major factors in attracting foreign students to their shores. Canada’s high academic standards and rigorous quality controls reflect the high-quality education provided which helps in successful future and benefits one’s career in the long term.
Affordable Education : The unique advantage Canada enjoys is that while it is western developed world, it offers education at comparatively less cost than its other western counterparts. Though the education costs may vary based on the courses, for most of the general courses, the tuition fees is less than other major countries. Paying the fees doesn’t become a burden for students.
Internationally recognized :  A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is globally recognized as being equivalent to those obtained from the United States or Commonwealth countries. University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, McGill University, University of Waterloo all feature in top 50 engineering and technology institutes in the world.
Long Term Advantage : There are major long term benefits to studying in Canada as one would get points for permanent residency in Canada if they have graduated from a Canadian University.
Multicultural Society : Canada which has English and French as major languages offers almost all of the world’s ethnic groups and it’s hard not to find ethnic foods and recreation activities associated with specific cultures. The international student advisors at universities help students to get in touch with numerous ethnic clubs and associations along with their study. Canadians are also known for their friendliness and polite nature.
Campus Lifestyle : It is not all work and no play in Canada either. Canada’s post-secondary campuses are not only wired with the latest in sophisticated technology, but also offer countless other modern amenities for the students to enjoy. From Olympic-quality sports facilities to public concert halls and art galleries, Canada’s post-secondary campuses offer enormous possibilities for learning and leisure.
Pioneering and Abundant Research Opportunities : Since research is one of the key components of a Canadian post-secondary education, one will have ample opportunities to become a part of this aspect of education. In Canada, both government and industry support research which includes all areas of telecommunications, medicine, agriculture, computer technology, and environmental science.
Possibility of Immigration : Another major attraction for Indian students is the possibility of immigration. After studies, people with Canadian credentials and Canadian work experience may apply for permanent residency without leaving Canada.
Reasonable expenses : Cost of living and study in Canada at all levels right from schooling to university is lower than the United States, Britain, Australia and other countries. On comparing the standard of living and the high quality education facilities that are provided in Canada with the other developed countries, we realize that students get all the benefits at a lower cost.
Canada is an international computer and information technology leader, and enjoys an excellent reputation in communications, transportation and engineering. Aviation, urban transport, microelectronics, medical devices, advanced software, hydroelectric and nuclear power, lasers and optoelectronics, biotechnology, food and beverage processing, geometrics and ocean and environmental industries are more prominent.
Career prospects :
In recent years, Canada’s foreign trade, marketing professional, commercial and financial expertise will continue to take the heat.  The financial services industry is an important pillar of the Canadian economy, which employs 550,000 employees. In terms of employment for the majority of students, Canada provides a broad platform.