Browsing articles in "Study in Australia"
Sep
19
2015

STUDY AND GO ABROAD FAIRS FALL 2015 – START 2 WEEKS FROM TODAY

OTTAWA – TORONTO – VANCOUVER – CALGARY – EDMONTON Looking for your next step in education or to travel?  If you’re considering an undergrad or postgrad degree or a shorter-term program abroad, or are looking to travel for a gap year or in your vacation, this expo is for you! The Study and Go Abroad Fair will feature: Top-ranked universities from around the world Undergrad and postgrad degree programs Gap Year options Work abroad, volunteering, […]

Mar
17
2015

10 Skills to Add to Your Résumé after Studying Abroad

So you studied abroad and it was the best experience of your life. The only problem is, while you were abroad, everyone else was busy doing internships and gaining experience so that they can find a job after graduation. Should you have done the same? Not at all! Studying abroad is an accomplishment and the transferable skills you gained from it are the tools you’ll need to succeed in your career (and in life). So […]

Feb
23
2015

Study and Go Abroad Fairs kick off this Wednesday, February 25th

Gen Y generation is the ‘study abroad’ generation – never has it been more important to get out there and see, live and experience the world.  Employers are looking for ‘global citizens’ as most companies interact internationally, or impact the global world in some way or other.  Soft skills developed while studying abroad, from learning a language to flexibility, independence, problem-solving and understanding and appreciating other cultures, will differentiate you from your peers when interviewing for […]

Sep
10
2014

Canada’s Rallying Cry – GO ABROAD! – by Melissa Nisbett, CBIE

Jenny Perla Leon had the experience of a lifetime this summer. She travelled to Ghana as a Centennial College student, part of a group of six Nursing and eight Early Childhood Education students during a Global Citizenship and Equity Learning Experience (GCELE), working on community development initiatives in education and health. Her visit occurred during the height of World Cup fever and she witnessed the feeling of unity that takes place during “the beautiful game.” “Our group […]

Sep
1
2014

Travel abroad .. and find your soulmate

Born and raised in Vanderhoof, BC, a small town an hour west of Prince George, Jacintha Kulchar had never really considered travelling.  She graduated from the local high school, studied Applied Business Technology program at the College of New Caledonia, and then worked at a veterinary clinic, which seemed a totally logical choice considering her parents raised cattle on their 1000 acres of land.  While working at the clinic, her boss sent her on a […]

Aug
9
2014

Back to school basics – tips for flying back to campus from CATSA

September is right around the corner and that means university and college students are heading back to school. But before hitting the books, the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) has a few tips for those flying back to campus to make sure students get a passing grade at the airport. Travelling with electronics You and your electronics will pass through security quickly if you take your laptop out of its case and put it […]

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