Certified Educational Agent – ICEF

We are certified educational agents with superior knowledge in international student recruitment especially for Canadian institutions. We are advising students and their families considering Canada as a top destination for education opportunities. We are providing students with details, so they can choose a program and location in Canada, prepare for living in Canada, and complete all the necessary documentation required for study at a Canadian educational institution.

We help students to make appropriate Canadian study choices and to position them for academic and career success through a great education experience in Canada.

Why Choose Canada for further studies

  • Wherever students’ study, at whatever level, they can be sure of getting a degree, diploma, or certificate that will be recognized the world over

  • Canadian students are consistently ranked among the top academic performers in reading, math, and science according to ongoing OECD and PISA research. Moreover, students gain practical skills and hands-on training and generally have easy access to professors.

  • Canada has an excellent reputation for transfers between levels/types of education, making studying here flexible and exciting—students don’t run into the bureaucratic roadblocks common in less flexible education systems. Moreover, Canada is known for its laws allowing eligible students to work in Canada while studying and after graduation, and for providing opportunities for eligible graduates to attain permanent residence.

  • Canadian universities are globally competitive, have a strong record of research excellence, and offer high quality education. From coast to coast, they share a common culture of quality and excellence, and a commitment to ensuring that high standards are achieved and maintained in their academic programs. As a result, a Canadian university degree is locally and globally recognized for its quality.

  • Close to 15,000 undergraduate and graduate degree programs are offered by roughly 100 institutions nationwide. Canadian universities offer excellent value for money across a wide range of programs and disciplines that provide students with invaluable hands-on experiences, including co-op placements and internships. Canada’s globally-minded campuses offer students invaluable critical thinking and analytical skills required in today’s global economy.

  • Canada’s universities are hosting more and more international students every year, and from a wide variety of countries.

  • International students can work while they study, including taking advantage of many cooperative education and internship opportunities and off-campus work. There are also immigration programs that international students may qualify for post-graduation.

  • Canada’s system of university quality assurance is multi-layered, comprehensive, and rigorous, ensuring high-quality education across all Canadian universities.

Study in a Canadian Universities and Colleges

In the Canadian post-secondary system, students do not have to choose between academic education and a practical, experience-based one. They can have both if they like thanks to the flexibility of the system and the cooperation not only of colleges, polytechnics, and universities but also of industry. In many programs of study, it is possible for students to do research or complete a co-op within the industry they wish to enter upon graduation. This is especially valuable for students seeking work in Canada after graduation and, possibly, to be permanent residents.

Canada’s universities and colleges are known for conducting world-class research. Globally, Canada ranks sixth in terms of average citation levels across all fields among the top scientific countries and produce four percent of the world’s scientific papers despite representing only one percent of the world’s population. Canada’s universities are key economic drivers of regional and national prosperity, and a powerhouse of research and development activities, performing 40 percent of the nation’s total R&D, valued at $13 billion each year. University researchers collaborate on more than $1 billion worth of research with community and non-profit community groups every year and conduct almost $1 billion worth of research in collaboration with the private sector annually, providing the “intellectual raw material” that drives innovation and builds prosperity.

Graduate Studies and Research in Canada

01. Course-based master’s degree

This requires successful completion of specific graduate-level courses and is typically one or two years in duration.

02. Research-based master’s degree

Requires completion of both graduate-level courses and a thesis and is typically two years in duration. Graduate students usually choose a thesis topic in consultation with a graduate supervisor, although many universities require a statement of research interests as part of the application process.

03. Doctorate or PhD degree

Requires completion of original research and defense of a thesis that makes a substantial contribution to the chosen field of study and is typically at least four years in duration.

When students pursue their research goals in Canada, they become valued members of a community that is internationally recognized for research excellence and enjoys a long-standing tradition of delivering on discovery. Canada supports researchers through such prestigious programs as the Canada Research Chairs, Canada Excellence Research Chairs, and Vanier and Banting scholarships.

SDS Program Canada

SDS stands for Student Direct Stream. SDS is the new Canadian Study visa program introduced by Govt of Canada in June 2018 replacing SPP program

The Student Direct Stream (SDS) Program is a program that will speed up the processing for the full-time studies attending universities and colleges in Canada for India, Pakistan, Morocco, and Filipino. The SDS Program is supported by Scotiabank, a leading Canadian financial institution.

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