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Students register at Charms Mega Canadian Education Fair
Students register at Charms Mega Canadian Education Fair

Amritsar, September 16, 2015 (Nannu Studio): Thirty Two (32) top Colleges and Universities from across the length and breadth of Canada participated in a Mega Canadian Education Fair which was organised by Charms Education and Immigration Services, which guides students find the right course, Institute and in provision of consultancy services for turn-key student visas for Canada. 

“It is noteworthy that all reputed Institutes that took part in today’s fair are approved by the Canadian Government and are members of AUCC (Association of University and Colleges of Canada) and ACCC (Association of Canadian Community Colleges) and registered under Designated Learning Institutions (DLI). Some special offers for students like scholarship, application fee waiver and on the spot admissions etc. were made. “Latest information on student visa processing, were also shared with the prospective students.” said Rahul Paitka, MD, Charms Education and Immigration Services.

During student counseling it was revealed that some top Universities like University of Waterloo can give waiver for IELTS if the prospective student's score in English is excellent. “The students were very motivated about pursuing an education in Canada. We apprised them with minimum English language and Academic requirements needed for a Canadian Education.” said Karuna Ausman, International Recruitment Manager, University of Waterloo, Ontario.

“Canada is looking for 400,000 students by the end of year 2022 from all over the World, with India being the one of the major source countries. Fairs like the one organised by us will help students get admission in their dream courses and colleges of Canada.” said Manish Paitka, CEO, Charms Education and Immigration Services.

Prominent among participating Colleges and Universities were Columbia College, Camosun College, Thompson Rivers University, Royal Roads University, University of Waterloo, Vancouver Film School, Capilano University, Bow Valley College.

Prince Sehgal a prospective student said, “I learnt that Canada is a destination where education is more affordable than other countries. The amount of paper work to be done is a bare minimum.”

The fair witnessed demand for courses like Journalism, Psychology and Criminology etc. in addition to a heavy demand for engineering, nursing, information technology and business areas.

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