Canadian Universities to attract Indian students to Canada

Indian Students attracted to CAN Univ
The representatives of 9 Canadian Universities visited India on Monday, seeking Indian students to Canada as a premier destination for higher education.


According to the sources, the tour is of special interest towards Class 11 and 12 (Intermediate) students, with strong academic standing, school guidance counsellors and parents.

The responsibility is headed by Robert Finlayson of Carleton University in Ottawa and Michelle Beaton of Ryeson University in Toronto.

The team holds representatives of University of British Columbia, Carleton University, Concordia University, Guelph University, McGill University, Queens University, Ryerson University, University of Toronto and York University.

Besides New Delhi, the representatives will also visit cities like Mumbai, Dehradun, Hyderabad, and Bangalore during their hault till August 31, 2013.

Robert Finlayson of Carleton University and Tour Director said "India is a key undergraduate student market for Canadian Universities".

He further added that "Indian students are sought for their academic strength and their rich contribution to student life on Canadian University campuses. Every year, we are seeing more Indian students choosing Canada as their first choice for study".

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