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JM International Services DMCC

Level 3, Jumeirah Bay Tower X2

JLT, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Tel: +971 04 427 3668

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Study Visa

 

 

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is a home to 11 public universities and Nova Scotia Community college which has its branches in 13 locations in Nova Scotia. Most of the university requires 3 to 4 years to complete the degrees. The following institutes are available for students who wish to study in Nova Scotia:

  • Acadia University

  • Cape Breton University

  • Centre of Arts and Technology

  • Dalhousie University

  • Maritime Business College

  • McKenzie College

  • Mount Saint Vincent University

  • St. Francis Xavier University

  • Nova Scotia Community College

  • University of Kings College

 

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan offers two world-class university which are publicly funded and government accredited. Also, it has a network of regional colleges which have classes at different branches within Saskatchewan. Courses at these universities and colleges would include language, art, health care and various other vocational courses. Following are some of the popular and world class institutes available in Saskatchewan:

 

  • Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST)

  • University of Saskatchewan

  • University of Regina

  • Parkland Regional College

  • Saskatoon Business College

  • St. Thomas More College

  • Eston College

  • Briercrest College and Seminary

  • Campion College

  • Luther college

  • Cumberland regional College

Manitoba

Manitoba has various colleges and universities which provide a variety of courses. A student can work part time on campus during their course of study as well as get a separate work permit from the high commission (easily available) if they wish to work off campus. Some of the various colleges/universities options available to a student in Manitoba are:

 

  • Brandon University

  • Brandon Flying Club

  • University of Manitoba

  • University of Winnipeg

  • Red River College

  • St. Andrews College

  • University college of the north

  • Manitoba institute of Trades and Technology

  • Booth University College

  • International college of Manitoba

 

Alberta

Alberta: Major hub for people who are in trades and ample of work opportunities boasts its high level of education in trades as well as in other fields of education. There are various private as well as public funded colleges and technical institutions which offer a variety of academic and vocational courses. A few of the various available institutes are as follows:

 

  • Athabasca University

  • Bow Valley College

  • Columbia College

  • Grant MacEwan University

  • Keyano College

  • University of Alberta

  • University of Calgary

  • The Kings University College

  • Rocky Mountain College

  • Northern Lakes College

 

British Columbia

British Columbia is very well know and has a huge demand in hospitality and tourism related courses. British Columbia has an extensive number of universities and colleges that are publicly as well as privately funded. Also, it has a very flexible working permit and immigration system once the candidates complete their courses. Amongst the various universities and colleges available following are a few of the popular ones:

 

  • Capilano University

  • University of British Columbia

  • Vancouver Island University

  • Simon Fraser University

  • Canada International college

  • Visual College of Art and Design

  • Victoria College of Art

  • University Canada West

  • Trinity Western University

 

Ontario

Canada is well known for its education system. The study permit holder has the option to work part time during the course of their studies. Once the student completes the course, they have an option to apply for a full time work permit. Ontario is well known for the diversity of courses available in colleges and universities. To apply for a student visa, the applicant needs to make an application from his/her country of citizenship or from a country they are legally living in. Some colleges available in Ontario are:

 

  • Algonquin College

  • Algoma University

  • Brock University, Cambrian College

  • Canadian Business College

  • Centennial College

  • Charles Sturt University

  • Carleton University

  • Confederation College

  • Durham College

  • Fanshawe College and many more…

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