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  • Top 10 Canadian Universities for 2022
    Study Abroad in Canada: Top 10 Canadian Universities for 2022

    Canada is among the top destinations in the world for study abroad. Each year, many international students come to Canada to be a part of world-class education, graduating with a high quotient for global employability. Why study abroad in Canada? Many and diverse reasons come together to make Canada a good place for studying abroad.… Read More »

    Dec 21, 2021
  • Migrate to France in 2022
    Migrate to France in 2022

    France is known for its culture, fashion and cuisine. In 2021, France had a total population of 67.4 million. Between 2019 and 2024, the GDP of France is projected to increase at an annual rate of 1.3% per year. Located on the western edge of Europe, France shares its borders with Spain, Germany, Belgium, Italy,… Read More »

    Dec 20, 2021
  • A Summary of Canada's new immigration priorities
    Canada’s Immigration Priorities for 2022: To Continue with Higher Immigration

    Laying down the aim of building a “healthier, more resilient future”, the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau has – on December 16, 2021 – issued a total of 38 mandate letters, one for each of the Cabinet ministers. Available publicly, mandate letters lay down the commitments that each of the ministers will be expected… Read More »

    Dec 20, 2021
  • IRCC releases Express Entry 2020 annual report
    Express Entry: Year-End Report 2020 Released by IRCC

    As per the Canadian immigration department’s Express Entry Year-End Report 2020, there were a total of 360,998 Express Entry profiles submitted in 2020. In 2019, there were 266,597 profiles submitted through the federal Express Entry system. Among the total profiles submitted in 2020, around 74% were eligible for at least one of the federal programs… Read More »

    Dec 18, 2021
  • How to Immigrate to Canadian Province of New Brunswick
    How to Immigrate to Canadian Province of New Brunswick?

    New Brunswick, known for its huge untouched wilderness, and lobsters mirrors the trend in Canada.  The unemployment rate is nudging down in the maple leaf country, as the number of jobs is growing. The labor market is in dire need of workers to fill the vacant positions. In the similar way, the picture province is… Read More »

    Dec 16, 2021
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