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Durham College is located in Oshawa, a 40-minute drive from Toronto.

Durham College is located in Oshawa, a 40-minute drive from Toronto.

The college has 12,000 students enrolled in the hospital, including 2,000 international students from 65 countries. It has 7 campuses and offers 125 professional programs for graduates of schools and universities.

Areas you can choose to study:

Automotive business; Aviation; Business and management; Security of society; Computer science; Design and fine arts; Engineering and environmental technologies; Medical sciences; Hospitality, tourism and recreation; Social sciences; Humanities; Maritime business.

An important achievement of the college is that it collaborates with Canadian universities. Thanks to this collaboration, students at Georgian College can continue their undergraduate and graduate programs at Canada’s best universities, such as Lakehead University, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, and York University. This option will help you save money and time preparing for admission to Canadian universities.

Georgian College also offers scholarships. And it is important to indicate that it is possible to combine study with work. Students while studying in Canada are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week from the first day of study, no additional permits are required. And students can work up to 40 hours a week during the holidays, which, you will agree, makes it possible to cover certain living expenses.

More information about Georgian College and about studying in Canada can be found at the seminar „Education in Canada: Career, Opportunities” with a representative of Georgian College.

The event will take place on February 21, 2019 at 19:00 in the conference hall of the hotel „RIUS” at the address: Lviv, st. Hnatyuka, 12a.

Registration by the link or by phones: (068) 348-62-88; (063) 639-61-39.

You can also contact the Lviv representative office of CIP, where the manager of educational programs Natalia Dumanchuk will advise you on all your questions. The company’s office is located at: Lviv, st. November Rank, 3.


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Canadian universities, their master’s and doctoral programs are open to the world and international students

Masters and doctoral programs in Canada

In the last ten years, Canada’s popularity among international students seeking education abroad has been growing, but many Canadian universities are not yet experiencing a significant influx. The number of international students in Canada does not exceed 75,000.

Universities and degrees

Along with other leading Canadian universities, McGill University in Montreal is a recognized center for the best undergraduate and doctoral students from around the world. Isabel Daoust, director of admission at the university, says: „At the postgraduate level, about 2,000 international students are enrolled in various programs, which is almost 21% of all postgraduate students at our university.”

Daoust believes that while academic prominence is a major factor in increasing the influx of international students, the dynamic and multicultural environment of major Canadian cities has also played an important role in recent years. „I believe that international students who study in Montreal have an exceptional cultural experience, as Montreal is one of the cities with the largest number of students,” she says. „The city is pulsating, French and English are intertwined here, and its four universities are making the experience of being in it is unique.”

There is a group of leading universities in Canada known as the Group of Thirteen (G13). These universities are among the most knowledge-intensive in the country and specialize in providing joint research programs. G13 members:

University of Alberta University of British Columbia University of Calgary Dalhousie University Laval University McGill University McMaster University University of Montreal University of Ottawa Queen’s University University of Toronto University of Waterloo University of Western Ontario

A number of other Canadian universities are equally well known and offer curricula and research programs in a wide range of subject areas. Typically, three different types of degrees are offered:

Master’s Degree-Based Curriculum: Requires successful completion of a specific master’s degree program and typically takes one or two years Research Master’s degree: requires successful completion of both a master’s degree program and a master’s thesis, and typically takes two years. Students usually choose dissertation topics in consultation with the supervisor, although many universities require that the field of study be specified upon admission. PhD or PhD: requires the successful completion of original research and the defense of a dissertation, which makes a significant contribution to the development of knowledge in the chosen field. PhDs usually require two or three years of full-time graduate study, although there may be longer periods of research and dissertation writing.

Admission rules

Although the requirements and procedures for admission to Canada vary from institution to institution, a bachelor’s degree with honors (or equivalent) or high academic performance is generally required for admission to the master’s program. Master’s programs that are career-oriented often require experience in the intended field of study. A doctoral program usually requires a high level of achievement at the master’s level. Other factors considered for admission include formal assessment inserts, test results (required for certain professional master’s programs), letters of recommendation from faculty or colleagues, and a personal description of the applicant’s academic and career aspirations explaining why he or she is applying for the program … …

Funding and scholarships

The best source of funding is usually individual universities and colleges, many of which offer a wide variety of scholarships that cover the cost of tuition or living expenses, and sometimes both.

Many scholarship decisions are based solely on academic performance and therefore financial assistance is not discussed upon admission. The Canadian government, as well as a large number of individual universities, offers a number of scholarships for undergraduate and doctoral students. There is a free service that coordinates most of the scholarships. A number of scholarships that offer tuition and living expenses are funded by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.

Work in Canada

All foreign undergraduates and doctoral students have a work permit while studying at the hospital. To do this, foreign students must study at a hospital in the relevant state higher education institution for at least six months, before applying for a job. Educational institutions must sign an agreement with the province or territory in which they are located to participate in the work program.

Author: Danny Byrne, QSTopUniversiries. Translated from English by Osvita.ua.

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Quality higher education in Canada is a great investment in your child’s future

Education in Canada is more affordable than you think

Recently, more and more applicants are turning their attention to Canadian universities and colleges when choosing an educational institution. The reasons for the growing interest in the country’s universities is that Canadian diplomas are recognized worldwide, and the cost of tuition here is much lower than in the United States or the United Kingdom.

The choice of educational institutions is large and diverse, but today we will talk about Durham College, which was founded in 1967, and currently ranks 1st in the GTA (Greater Toronto Area) ranking in terms of employment of its graduates. The employer satisfaction rate with Durham College graduates is more than 93%.

Durham College is located in Oshawa, a 40-minute drive from Toronto. Large companies such as General Motors, Ontario Power Generation and Ontario Ministry of Finance have their offices here.

The college has two residences in Oshawa and Whitby, which can accommodate more than 1,300 students, which in turn will allow you to find new friends faster and speed up the adaptation process.

The college offers more than 140 programs in technical and humanities disciplines that allow students to develop the skills needed to meet the needs of today’s job market. Main areas: business, business administration, restaurant business, tourism, IT, journalism, marketing, art, law and others.

Tuition costs range from CAD 13,000 per year.

Start of training: September, January

Submission of documents for the winter semester lasts until February 1, 2019, for the summer – until May 1, 2019.

More information about Durham College can be found by calling (067) 466-44-74 or on the Albion Education website.


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Most students studying in Poland, starting from the second semester, combine study with work

Part-time work while studying in Poland

Most students receiving higher education in Poland, starting from the second semester, combine study with work, thus meeting the standards that are common in developed countries. This allows not only to earn for their own needs, but also has a very positive effect on the development of personality, the education of such qualities as self-organization, perseverance, hard work, respect for work and earned money.

For example, for an hour of work in a Warsaw supermarket, placing goods on shelves or handing out promotional materials, you can earn 10-15 zlotys or 2.3-3.3 €, which can be a great addition to the student budget.