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Canada as a Country
Canada is a multicultural country with people from all over the world who have now made Canada their home. It is the world's second largest country in land area with urban cities, small towns, large mountain ranges and vast coastlines with a stable democracy and a vibrant economy. It is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary setting where Queen is the foundation of the judicial, legislative and executive branches of government.

It also forms a federation, as provincial government and the federal government have their own separate jurisdictions of political authority. The role of the Queen is legal and not political. Therefore, political arena is shared by various institutions, which work under the authority of the sovereign. Queen Elizabeth II, is the sovereign and head of state of Canada. The legislature consists of the Senate, the House of Commons and the Sovereign.

Canada comprises of 10 provinces and 3 territories, which are divided into five regional areas:
The East - which is the Atlantic region, includes the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.

The Central Region - which includes the provinces of Quebec and Ontario.
The Prairies - which includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan and some parts of Alberta.
The West - includes most of Alberta and British Columbia.
The North - comprises of Nunavut, Yukon and the Northwest Territories.

Each province and territory has its own capital where the provincial or territorial government is headquatered.

Canadian laws are same for every citizen and the government is very strict in the matters of law, as it is necessary to run the society in good order. Canada's forests, wildlife reserves and water bodies are well known around the world. It also has the longest coastline in the world.

Canada is a bilingual country with two official languages, English and French. It offers superior English as a Second Language (ESL) and French as a Second Language (FSL) programs for students wishing to learn either or both languages.

Why choose Canada
The country welcomes foreign students, temporary foreign workers, immigrants and refugees from all over the world. Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto are the most sought after destinations by the immigrants to settle. Urban areas are favoured more than the rural regions thus British Columbia and Ontario attract the maximum rush.

Canadians are broad minded people and respect everyone. People from different backgrounds get along well together. Living and accepting different cultures helps in understanding each other and keep hatred and violence at bay. The country is considered to be relatively peaceful, safe and well maintained. Carrying Pistol and other arms are not permitted. International students who come to Canada should follow the same safety precautions.

A UN survey states that Canada scored high marks for its access to education, high life expectancy and low crime and violence rates. Canadians place great importance on learning and have developed a high quality education system. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is recognised around the globe. Cities like Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal are among the world's best cities to live and work. Foreigners are encouraged to learn one of the two official languages, English or French.

All major urban centres have a variety of shopping malls, restaurants, theatres, art galleries and museums. The cities offer variety of parks, gardens and beaches for public use as well as excellent sports and recreation facilities.

Canada is a high tech country and has earned a reputation for excellence in information technology and many sectors like telecommunications, transportation and engineering, aerospace, microelectronics, medical devices, advanced software etc.

Study Under SPP program
The Student Partners Program (SPP) is a pilot project designed and implemented in partnership between the Canadian visa offices in India and the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC).

Twenty of ACCC’s member colleges have been involved in the pilot which was launched in April 2009. The participating institutions were selected on the basis of 2008 volumes.

This pilot program aims to test a model for expediting the student visa process and delivering higher approval rates while maintaining program integrity. The SPP is an administrative framework that involves close cooperative partnership and feedback from the member colleges to ensure student compliance with the terms of their study permits. As a result of the extremely poor approval rates Canadian High Commissions posted prior to and in the year 2008, the new Canadian High Commissioner has introduced a pilot project for select community colleges. Due to this program a very dramatic change in the VISA SUCCESS RATE has been seen. (90%-100%)

All Study Permit application checklists have been revised and improved as a result of the SPP framework to help students make simpler applications. All students are strongly encouraged to submit supporting documents as indicated in the checklists to facilitate the processing of their applications.

The pilot is being evaluated and an announcement will be made in January as to whether it will be extended in 2010 and if so, which institutions will be involved. Students interested in submitting applications under the SPP will be encouraged to contact the member college for information. At this time, SPP is open to Indian nationals only. Application submission under the SPP is at the discretion of each member college.

Official Representations:
1. Centennial College, Ontario 13. College of the Rockies
2. Georgian College, Ontario 14. Okanagan College Subclass 883
3. Columbia College, British Columbia 15. Durham College
4. Vancouver Island University , British Columbia 16. Medicine Hat College
5. Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Alberta 17. Grant Mac Ewan
6. Seneca College, Ontario 18. Mohawk College
7. Algonquin College, Ottawa 19. Red River College
8. Niagara College, Ontario 20. Northern Lights College
9. Sheridan College Ontario 21. Humber College
10. Conestoga College  
11. Confederation College  
12. Lambton College  

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CANADA Quick Facts
Capital Ottawa
Population 34.6 million (2011)
National Animal Beaver
National Sport Ice Hockey
Languages English and French
Religion Roman Catholic & Protestant
Currency C$
United Kingdom

United Kingdom as a Country
United Kingdom comprises of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales with their respective capitals as London, Belfast, Edinburgh and Cardiff. These four countries together form the sovereign state of the United Kingdom of Great Britain. Britain was the world's first country to be industrilised and thus making it one of the largest economies in the world. The country is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, North Sea, English Channel and Irish Sea. It is a unitary state, which is governed by a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary system with its capital in London. People in the UK are called British although they have different nationalities.

The first half of the 20th century saw its downfall in terms of military power in the two World Wars. The later half witnessed the disintegration of the Empire and rising of the UK into a modern and prosperous nation. Some of the popular cities are Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Sheffield, Liverpool, Bradford, Manchester, Edinburgh, Bristol, Belfast.

Most of the country consists of lowland terrain and Thames, Severn and Humber, Tees, Tyne, Tweed, Avon, Exe and Mersey are the principal rivers. The UK has a temperate climate, with abundant rainfall throughout the year. The temperature keeps fluctuating in different seasons. Summers are warmest in the south-east of England and coolest in the north because of its proximity to the European mainland. Heavy snowfall occurs in winter and early spring on higher regions.

Exciting cities, historic places, rich heritage, stunning countryside with castles and cottages, and beautiful coastlines describes UK perfectly.

Why choose United Kingdom
If you wish to Study abroad then probably UK is the most appropriate destination for you. You would get an opportunity to experience the quality education in an exciting environment, which will give ample boost to your career and enhance your personality. UK's universities and colleges have attracted overseas students for long because of its high academic standards, world class infrastructure and facilities with a wide array of offerings.

UK quality standards are monitored by a strong and independent assessment system, so that students can be sure that their qualification is accepted worldwide. Throughout their study programs, the stress is laid on creative and independent thought process, which helps students to develop skills, which are needed to compete in the global market. There are scholarship, health care benefits and many other facilities for the international students from the UK government, which makes UK the first and largest choice of the international students.

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UK Quick Facts
Capital London
Population 62,641,000 (2011)
National Animal Lion
Popular Sport Soccer
Languages English, Welsh, Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic
Religion Christianity
Currency Pound Sterling

Australia is a beautiful and diverse country in every respect. It is a multicultural country and it is clearly visible by the lifestyle of the people. Australia's early inhabitants, the Aboriginal people are said to have migrated from some unknown place in Asia. Portugese came here first followed by the Dutch who explored the coastal regions in the 1640s. In 1770, Captain James Cook discovered the continent.

It is an island continent and the world's sixth largest country with a population over 22.7 million. Situated between the Indian and Pacific ocean, the country is estimated to be 4,000 km from east to west and 3,200 km from north to south having a vast coastline of 36,735 km. Canberra is the capital city with a population of approximately 320,000 people. The majority of Australia enjoys the temperate weather for most of the year. Snow falls on the higher mountaineous regions during the winter months. You will see a lot of lush green countryside, kangaroos, koalas and pollution free environment and clean water.

The country has a Westminster system of government, comprises of two main political parties and mutiple small parties, which forms the Commonwealth Parliament. Each state and territory has its own government. Australia has a prosperous economy with a per capita GDP, which is far more higher than many developed countries like, UK, Germany, and France.

Today, it is the most ethnically diverse societies in the world. There are many different groups within the continent with distinctive practices. People from different backgrounds came and settled here and created an identity for themselves.

Why choose Australia
Australia is the most preferred study destination for a large number of international students across the globe. Students Prefer to go for a study abroad program in Australia, as these programs are at par with the degrees in the USA and UK. Currently, it has the third largest international student enrollment after the USA and UK.

Students are attracted to pursue their studies in Australia because they can acquire a globally recognised degree by studying in a safe and friendly environment with good climatic conditions and lower cost of living. It has a progressive education system that can be relied upon for excellence. You not only get benefitted academically but it also help you to gain a global perspective. Australia offers a wide variety of courses and degrees, which can be appropriate for you to build up your career.

Australian cities are vibrant with amazing landscapes, unique flora and fauna, friendly people and a pleasant weather. Choosing Australia to fulfill your aspirations would be a step in the right direction. It will provide you with numerous wonderful opportunities to shape up your career.


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Capital Canberra
Population 22.7 million
National Animal Kangaroo & Emu
Popular Sport Cricket
Languages Mainly English
Religion Christianity
Currency A$
New Zealand

Country Information
The quality of education in New Zealand is accepted as world-class. New Zealand accepts foreign students at all levels of learning and there is a wide variety of subjects to choose from. The cities are quiet, clean and beautiful and are ideal for studying in. New Zealanders speak English. The cost of living and education is not high when you compare it to other places with the same standard of education. The country is stable and safe. It is a country of natural beauty, with a comfortable temperature throughout the year.

New Zealand is a South Pacific country located midway between the Equator and the South Pole, and approximately 1600 kilometers east of Australia. The country consists of two main islands, the North and South Islands, which are together similar in size to Japan or Britain. New Zealand’s climate is oceanic, without extremes of hot or cold. Most parts of the country enjoy ample sunshine and rainfall, although the weather is changeable. There are almost 4 million New Zealanders of all races, but predominantly of European and Polynesian origin. The Maori population is around 13% of the total. 75% of all New Zealanders live in the North Island. English is the common language of business and everyday usage, but Maori is an official language recognized in the courts and of increasing significance nationally.

New Zealand is an independent parliamentary democracy within the British Commonwealth. The formal head of state is Queen Elizabeth II, who is represented by a New Zealander as Governor-General. The capital city and seat of government is Wellington.

New Zealand has a worldwide reputation for agricultural products. Meat and wool are produced from 53 million sheep, and meat and dairy products from more than 8 million cattle. Almost half of New Zealand’s export earnings are derived from farming. Other major exports are timber and timber products, fish and horticultural produce. Tourism and education have increased dramatically in significance over the past decade and are now major earners for New Zealand. Other growth areas include the application of new technology, particularly information technology, genetics and biochemistry, biomedical science, industrial chemistry and areas of high-tech physics. The New Zealand dollar is stable and has a very favorable exchange rate with most countries.

New Zealand is often considered an adventure playground and mountain biking, surfboarding, bungee jumping, snowboarding, skiing and hiking are popular ways to enjoy the great outdoors. Common sports include rugby, netball, cricket, squash, sailing and soccer. New Zealand maintains a high professional standard in a number of sports notably Sailing (The America’s Cup holders) and rugby (The All Blacks). New Zealand, well known for its natural beauty and for being the stunning location for many big budget films (e.g. The Lord of the Rings), offers an incredibly diverse environment. New Zealand offers geographical diversity with the volcanic plateau in the middle of the North Island to the coastal beauty of the lower North Island, the golden sands of the top of the South Island and the breath-taking mountains of the Southern Alps then the rugged country and fiords of the far south.

New Zealand offers a temperate climate all year round but the many mountains offer skiing and snow-boarding in the winter and in the summer it is possible, in the same day, to surf in the morning and visit a glacier in the afternoon.

PHD Students
International students pay domestic fee for the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) study. The children of all international PhD students can attend school without paying international student fees.

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NZ Quick Facts
Capital Wellington
Population 4,434,519
National Bird Kiwi
National Sport Rugby
Languages English and Maori
Religion Christianity
Currency NZ$

The Republic of Singapore is an island country 137 kms north of the equator on the south of Malay Peninsula. Singapore separates itself from Malaysia by the Straits of Johor in the north and from Indonesia's Riau Islands in the south. It is a small but highly developed nation with an elected parliamentary system of government. The population is over five million, which includes 75% Chinese, 14% Malay, 9% Indian and 2% others. Singapore's natives were the Malays, but after the arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles and the establishment of a British trading post, Singapore attracted thousands of migrants and traders.

The country is adorned with innumerable skyscrapers and is one of the richest and prosperous country in the world. Lacking in natural resources, Singapore's strength lies in its hardworking population. The country is fully urbanised with a dense commercial city center. The Singaporeans enjoy a high standard of living but are also conscious of the strict law enforcement. Its skyline indicates that it is a country of many religion, as there are mosques, cathedrals, distinctive architecture of Hindu and Chinese temples. The religions that people follow are Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism and Zoroastrianism.

The four official languages in Singapore are Malay, Mandarin, Tamil and English. The official language is English and it is widely spoken and understood by the people. Most Singaporeans speak their mother tongue and English.

Eating is the favourite passtime of Singaporeans. Besides eating and shopping, people love sports and indulge in outdoor as well as indoor games in a big way. The climate is tropical with high humidity and abundant rainfall.

The industries, which are the major source of revenue are manufacturing particularly electronics, engineering, biomedical sciences and chemicals, financial and business services, and commerce.

Why choose Singapore
Singapore is regarded as one of the best places to study. Singapore's education system is deeply rooted with the UK's education system. Students studying in Singapore can be sure that they will receive not only a world class education but a wholesome education. To give social support to students, many educational institutions provide accommodation, organise counseling and orientation programmes to make the students feel comfortable in a foreign land. Students can also get the access to library and can get exposure to different activities. All the colleges in Singapore are registered with the Ministry of Education and strictly follow the guidelines and curriculum.

The country is sparkling clean where people follow the traffic rules and spend a lot of time in shopping, cafes and restaurants. Sentosa, St John's and Kusu Islands form Singapore's beachside playground where you can swim or relax on a sandy beach and have picnic with friends. Oflate the Singapore Government has opened a wonderful Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, a world class facility for performing arts. These facilities give international students the opportunity to enjoy a world-class education whilst enjoying Singapore's rich, vibrant cultural heritage.


Capital Singapore
Population 5,183,700 (2011)
National Animal Lion
Popular Sport Soccer
Languages English, Malay, Standard Mandarin and Tamil
Religion Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism and Christianity
Currency Singapore Dollar (SGD)

Malaysia is situated in the north of the equator and shares its borders with Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei and maritime boundaries with Indonesia, Singapore and Philippines. Malaysia is a federal constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary democracy, having 13 states and 3 federal territories. The capital city is Kuala Lumpur, which is in the federal territory of Wilayah Persekutuan.

Malaysia is a multicultural and multiracial country with a population of over 28 million people. Chinese and Indian traders and travellers settled here and brought with them Budhism and Hinduism, which very well blended with the locals over the years. It is a country consisting of Malays, Chinese, Indians and numerous indigenous people and thus making it a melting pot of religion, festivals, food and customs.

Malaysia was formerly a British colony, therefore Malaysia follows the British Westminster system. The head of state is the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (King), who is elected for a five-year term. Prime Minister has all the powers, and the King serves as a figurehead only.

The country earns major revenue from manufacturing and tourism though the country is largely dependant on agricultural and mining activities. Malaysia is one of the largest producers of rubber and palm oil thus making it the second-largest exporter of palm oil and gas. Malaysia is now an export-oriented economy, with per capita GDP estimated around USD 8,600 in 2011.

Malaysia supports multilateral trading system, particularly the World Trade Organization and participates in all the regional economic meets such as the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA) and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). It is also a member of the Cairns Group, which advocates more liberalised global trade in agriculture. Malaysia's major business partners are the United States, Singapore, Japan and China. Bahasa Malaysia is the national language of the country. English, is the second language and is mostly used in business.

Malaysia weather has a tropical climate with high temperatures and high humidty throughout the year. Daytime temperatures rise above 30°C (86°F) round the year and night-time temperature rarely drops below 20°C (68°F). The mountain ranges throughout Malaysia give rises to different climatic conditions in the highlands, the lowlands and the coastal regions.

Why choose Malaysia
Malaysia has become a popular choice for international students who are interested in pursuing their studies abroad. One can experience the state-of-the-art facilities and different cultures, traditions and lifestyle in Malaysia. It provides education to over 80,000 international students in their colleges and universities. Malaysia believes in quality education, ensuring 100% recognised qualifications. National Quality Assurance Agency plays a crucial role in making educational standards all throughout Malaysia. Most of the higher educational institutions have a close network with the industry and foreign universities to ensure that the courses offered to the students are market-relevant.

It offers a wide range of study options that are more cost effective. The low cost of living in Malaysia is also one of the reasons of increasing popularity for choosing Malaysia as study destination. Malaysia offers a hassle-free immigration procedure that cater to the needs of the international students.

As it is a developed nation so the transportation system, which connects all the big cities, towns and other places for the students to explore are of international class.

People of Malaysia are great food lovers and love to experience different cuisines. International students can get an opportunity to experience a variety of cuisines starting from the local dishes to continental.

Petronas Twin Towers-Malaysia

MALAYSIA Quick Facts
Capital Kuala Lumpur
Population 28,859,154 (2011)
National Animal Malayan Tiger
Popular Sport Soccer and Badminton
Languages Malay & English
Religion Islam
Currency Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)

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