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Candidates with a job offer, or with a nomination from a provincial or territorial government, will be given enough bonus points to be drawn from the pool. Government of Canada’s annual immigration plan for 2015 is to welcome between 260,000 and 285,000 new permanent residents. The plan features the highest planned level of admissions in.
The SIRS is a points-based system that helps the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), one of Canada's Provincial Nominee Programs, prioritize candidates who demonstrate the required skills to support the province's economic growth.This page will cover the following: How does the SIRS work? SIRS scoring system; Invitations to Apply.
International entry requirements (UG) King's welcomes applicants to our undergraduate courses from countries all over the world. The information below is intended to give general guidance as to the type of qualifications and grades we would require from different regions.
Scholarships are available for both commencing and current students. Some scholarships are based on academic merit or community service. Other scholarships exist to support students from indigenous backgrounds, students suffering financial hardship and students who have relocated from regional areas to study. Search our range of university, government and privately funded scholarships offered.
Welcome to Sino-Canada School. Sino-Canada School commenced operation in September 2003 with 140 students in grades ten to twelve. The school now boasts a population of over 2100 students from grades one to twelve. Sino-Canada offers a Chinese Diploma program as well as BC high school Diploma program to Chinese and International students. Sino-Canada high school is fully certified by the.
The number of new international graduate students in the U.S. rose last year amid the overall new-student decline, and international enrollment at top research universities is up 18% since 2015.
Many international students are choosing to study in Canada over other potential destinations — such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and France — because Canada offers certain advantages that may not be available elsewhere. International students in Canada can work for up to 20 hours per week during semester, and on a full-time basis during school breaks.