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Feb
4
2016

DON’T MISS THE SPRING 2016 STUDY AND GO ABROAD FAIR

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Victoria – Vancouver – Montreal – Toronto Boost your resumé by studying abroad!  Most businesses operate in a global environment, and it makes sense that they are looking to hire globally competent employees.  Don’t get left behind! Visit the Study and Go Abroad Fair to start planning your studies abroad, whether it be for a short-term exchange or a whole degree program.  Visit the Travel Zone to find out more about gap year options; volunteering, […]

Jan
22
2016

Everything you always wanted to know about living or studying in France

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High-quality Education. French universities are internationally recognized and provide a wide range of programs. The 83 universities offer programs providing technological and professional coursework and cover all fields of study, and the “Grandes Ecoles” and specialist schools offer programs leading to specific professions. International recognition. The BaMaD reforms (Bachelor- Master – PhD) allow for better integration of study programs at French universities, “Grandes Ecoles” and research institutions within the global market. Top-ranked universities. Many French […]

May
8
2015

2015 BCSA Contest Winner

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Study and Go Abroad recently sponsored the BC Study Abroad Consortium’s 2015 Photo Contest. Students were asked to send in stories, photos and albums from their travels and study abroad experiences. To give you some background on BC Study Abroad – BCSA is a consortium which helps make short-term study abroad more accessible, affordable and enjoyable for students from BC post-secondary institutions. The BCSA contest is hosted annually, so remember to check back again next […]

Apr
28
2015

Study Optometry in the UK – Dr Hannah Bartlett, Aston University, UK.

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What is an optometrist? Optometrists are primary health care specialists trained to examine the eyes to detect defects in vision, signs of injury, ocular diseases or abnormality and problems with general health. A detailed examination of the eye can reveal conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes.  Optometrists make a health assessment, offer clinical advice and when necessary prescribe spectacles or contact lenses. In addition, optometrists can dispense, fit and supply spectacles or contact lenses. Where can […]

Feb
23
2015

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

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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 […]

Jan
11
2015

Encounter new cultures in your own backyard: explore Canada’s diversity through photography

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  Going abroad can be a great experience. Travelling brings you in contact with other cultures and new perspectives, and expands the way you think and understand the world. But here’s the thing: so can staying in Canada. Canada’s foreign-born population is now over 6.8 million—that’s over 20 percent of the total population. In the 2011 National Household Survey, Canadians reported more than 200 ethnic origins. Right here at home, we are surrounded by (and […]

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