Saigon, Oct 26, 2020 – Yes Study holds its Canada workshop with representatives from prestigious schools in Canada: Centennial College, Confederation College, Saskatchewan Polytechnic College, and tuition scholarships of up to VND 80 million.
Coming to the seminar, future students and their families will have the opportunity to talk directly with special guests to find the perfect choice for a future career while studying in Canada. Experts from Yes Study and Le Immigration with extensive experience in the field of study abroad and immigration will assist those wishing to study abroad in Canada along that long and exciting journey.
Time: 08: 30-12: 00, Saturday, October 31, 2020.
Venue: 480 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Ward 2, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City.
Representing four prestigious schools in Canada including George Brown College, Confederation College, Langara College, and Saskatchewan Polytechnic College, the Canada workshop would address any concern from future students regarding college application, submitting bioethics, Canadian visa application, and arriving in Canada.
With representatives from The IELTS Workshop, Canada workshop would also address concern regarding English language barriers while studying in Canada.
Canada has a policy to encourage international students and immigrants to come to this country, most notably the SDS (Study Directs Stream) program – studying in Canada without financial proof. From March 15, 2018, SDS will be officially applied in Vietnam.
Vietnam is very honored to be one of the only 5 countries in the world to benefit from the SDS student visa program. This program helps to speed up the process of processing student visa applications of Vietnamese students when studying full-time at colleges or universities in Canada.
International students in Canada are always given favorable conditions to both study and work. The school will issue certificates and sponsors for students to work part-time while they are in school. This not only helps students earn more income to cover their living expenses but also foster communication skills, improve students language skills, understand more about people and the country of Canada.
Not like the UK or some other countries. It is imperative that international students return to their home countries immediately upon completion of the course. But also the Canadian government will encourage international students to stay and work in Canada. University or graduate students are allowed to stay in Canada to work from 1 to 3 years.
After graduation, if students can find a job for at least 6 months or 1 year, they will have the right to apply for immigration. Accordingly, each province in Canada will have its own settlement policies to encourage immigration based on the actual needs of the state at that time. When applying for immigration, students will have the following typical concerns.
Cost of Canadian immigration program after graduation.
Ability and conditions to be able to immigrate to Canada.
Records, processes, and procedures to immigrate to Canada for international students.
With experience that has successfully supported more than 1,400 records, Yes Study is a study abroad counseling center that is trusted by many parents and students in the field of studying in Canada. Yes Study has been selected by more than 100 Canadian schools as a trusted information support strategic partner for Canadian international students.
Immigration Canada ranks candidates by age, subject of study, work experience, and language ability to assess a candidate’s potential to contribute to the development of the Canadian economy. This scoring system is Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Accordingly, each discipline, each level of study will have its own score calculation.
Conquering the dream of studying abroad is a long way. Choose the right and build a reasonable Canada study route to help students reduce cost pressure, save time, and optimize study abroad opportunities. Yes Study is proud to be one of the first and only counseling centers in the field of studying abroad in Vietnam and Canada.