Chandigarh

"INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION EXPERTS INTERACTED WITH STUDENTS AT WORLD EDUCATION FAIR

February 03, 2019 06:17 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

A World Education Fair was held at Hotel Taj in which some of the best government approved higher educational institutes from across the globe participated. The fair was organised  by Charms Education & Immigration Services , which helps students find the right course, Institute and in provision of consultancy services for  student visa to Canada and a host of other countries. The fair got a good response with over 400  students registering at the fair.

 
"Recruitment directors, CEO's and top representatives of 50+ colleges and universities from countries like Canada, Europe-particularly France, UK,  Ireland,  New Zealand, Australia & more converged at the fair. After Chandigarh we will be taking the fair on February 4, 2019 to Delhi." Said Rahul Paitka, MD, Charms Education, who is also a Canada Study Visa Expert & Canada Course Graduate 

Mr. Manish Paitka, CEO, Charms Education & a New Zealand government approved licensed immigration adviser said, "At the education fair student admission and visa processing queries were answered for May, July, September, November-2019 and January 2020 intakes. Students cleared their doubts about admissions in diplomas - both Under Graduate and Post Graduate, Bachelors programmes, MBA and Master Degree Programmes in International colleges and universities. On the spot admissions also took place and students learnt about scholarship options too."

Mr. Manish Paitka, CEO, Charms Education & a New Zealand government approved licensed immigration adviser said, "At the education fair student admission and visa processing queries were answered for May, July, September, November-2019 and January 2020 intakes. Students cleared their doubts about admissions in diplomas - both Under Graduate and Post Graduate, Bachelors programmes, MBA and Master Degree Programmes in International colleges and universities. On the spot admissions also took place and students learnt about scholarship options too."

Apart from Canada students showed a lot of  interest in New Zealand as they allow married students going for  Master level courses in New Zealand to take their families along and get the benefits of free school education for their children.

Andrea McLeod -Karim , Country Manager, Victoria University of Wellington said, "A good number of students showed interest in a higher education in New Zealand. My University offers Masters programmes like Accounting, Business Analysis and Global Management.  The advantage in studying in any Masters programme is that the New Zealand government allows a student a 3 year work permit post study." 

France is also coming up well as a study destination. To study in France No old funds are required and after completing two years' master degree in any college of France, students can  secure a work permit. 

Navneet Kaur Pannu, Recruiting Officer, University of Fraser Valley, Canada said , " Our University is one of the few that operate a campus even in India. Our Indian campus is located in Sec 32, Chandigarh. We offer 4 year graduation programmes. A student has  flexibility to study for a few years in India  and then continue the education in our Canada campus. With this the cost of study comes down as much as 65 per cent." 

“I got very good exposure to different courses on offer and the system of applying in International colleges and universities. The representatives at the fair were very helpful and I had a very informative interaction with them." Said Navika a student.   

"I was looking for  a course in music and found some Universities offering the same. The fair provided me an opportunity to be fully informed about the course which will suit me most and other visa formalities which I need to fulfil."Said Amandeep Singh a student desirous of pursuing an education abroad.  

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