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11 October 2021

IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE'S FOR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

The Internet has expanded opportunities for improvement like anything seen so far. The incredible growth of the world wide web together with its ease of use and affordability has created new opportunities for all sorts of software.  Tools of a good student management made the job of executing academic projects and distributing education and learning as fast as never before. Student Management Systems became an important part of any institutional requirement and should be sought after by all

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11 October 2021

THE STUDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SMS) IS AN IMPORTANT TOOL TODAY

A Student management software (SMS) tools online provide education providers with a better control over their everyday tasks. The positive outcomes are seen in more streamline process of an organization. An institution's administration systems enhance the information capturing and documents processing. Other daily jobs such as student enquiries, students monitoring, follow-up, and communication with the parents also becomes faster and less complicated when using SMS. Schools Administrators

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06 October 2021

IS WORKING FROM HOME HERE TO STAY?

Is working from home the future? Remote work is a hot topic these days and by all accounts, it will keep increasing into the next decade. Below are some estimates and predictions from several sources that drive that point home. A survey conducted by Upwork of 1,500 hiring managers found that due to COVID-19, 61.9% of the companies were planning more remote work now and in the following years to come. Accelerating the remote work trend that has been going on for the past few years. This same

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04 October 2021

IRELAND EXTENDS POST-STUDY WORK ELIGIBILITY FOR STUDENTS STUDYING REMOTELY DUE TO COVID

Ireland has temporarily adjusted a key immigration policy affecting international students in light of COVID, in an effort both to protect students’ ability to stay in Ireland after their studies to work and to discourage students from travelling back to Ireland during COVID. For a short time, international students who are studying online and/or remotely in their second semester of an Irish higher education programme will remain eligible for the Third Level Graduate Programme (1G). Certain

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01 October 2021

UK WILL INTRODUCE NEW INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL RULES BEGINNING IN OCTOBER 2021

From 4 October, fully vaccinated “rest of the world” travellers will no longer be required to take pre-departure COVID tests nor Day 8 COVID tests. They will, however, still need to book and pay for a Day 2 COVID test as well as to fill out passenger locator forms at any point during the 48 hours preceding their arrival in the UK. As for unvaccinated travellers from “rest of the world” countries, they will still have to submit to pre-departure tests as well as Day 2 and Day 8 PCR tests,

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01 October 2021

BREAKING NEWS! AUSTRALIAN BORDERS REOPENING SOON TO MIGRANTS AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

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30 September 2021

NEW ZEALAND NEW RESIDENT VISA 2021

On 30 September 2021, the Government announced a new one-off residence visa pathway for some temporary work visa holders currently in New Zealand. Some critical purpose visa holders arriving in New Zealand between 30 September 2021 and 31 July 2022 on long-term visas may also be eligible for this new visa. Partners and dependents can be included as part of these residence applications. Applications will be open in two phases from 1 December 2021 for some eligible applicants and from 1 March 2022

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30 September 2021

NO QUARANTINE IN CANADA FOR VACCINATED STUDENTS

Canada’s quarantine rules now exempt fully-vaccinated international students if they test negative for COVID-19 upon arrival, according to the latest guidelines for the country’s phased reopening. Canada will relax its border measures beginning July 5, at which point fully-vaccinated travellers permitted to enter the country will no longer need to complete hotel quarantine. Here’s what you need to know from the update announced on Monday, June 21: Canada’s quarantine rules: Two, instead

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30 September 2021

CANADA ADDS LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES TO EXPEDITED STUDENT VISA PROGRAMME

Canada announced a significant expansion of its Student Direct Stream (SDS) on 9 July 2021, with students from seven new countries throughout the Americas now eligible to participate in the expedited programme for Canadian study permits. Students from Antigua and Barbuda, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago may now apply via SDS, an online option that offers faster processing times for eligible study permit applicants. The premise

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30 September 2021

CANADA OPENS NEW IMMIGRATION PATHWAY FOR INTERNATIONAL GRADUATES

The Canadian government has announced a new pathway to permanent residence for over 90,000 essential workers and international graduates already in the country. Eligible essential workers are those working in one of 40 healthcare occupations “as well as 95 other essential jobs across a range of fields, like caregiving and food production and distribution.” Many of these workers have been crucial contributors to Canada’s fight against COVID and, as in other countries, the pandemic has revealed

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29 September 2021

US WILL ALLOW ENTRY FOR FULLY VACCINATED TRAVELLERS BEGINNING IN NOVEMBER

Fully vaccinated travellers should be able to enter the US from November. The Biden administration’s decision to relax travel restrictions was prompted by the success of vaccine rollouts in various parts of the world. It comes as welcome relief for those working in industries including airlines, hospitality, and international education, and it will especially appease UK and EU governments who have been frustrated at continued travel bans affecting their citizens. To be eligible to enter the

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29 September 2021

CAN AUSTRALIA ADOPT A CANADA MODEL FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS?

In a recent agent survey, Canada was voted the most attractive study destination. Its appeal continues to grow, boosted by a strong government policy response to COVID-19. Despite the pandemic, international students can enter Canada, provided they meet certain criteria. The situation is vastly different in Australia, where students still cannot return, sparking frustration. The country has announced pilot plans to facilitate students’ return, but many remain skeptical as past pilot plans have

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29 September 2021

CANADA IS NOW THE MOST ATTRACTIVE STUDY DESTINATION

Canada wins the title of “most attractive study destination,” a recent survey has found. Its appeal continues to grow, boosted by strong government policy response to COVID-19. The survey provides compelling evidence that student interest in Canada as a study destination remains strong. Canada could absorb displaced students unable to fulfill their plans to study in Australia and New Zealand, as well as students who chose to differ their study from last year in 2021. Despite that, Canada’s

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18 November 2019

WHY BUSINESS NEED AN INTEGRATED CRM AND LMS

Using one platform for all your marketing, sales, customer management and learning management leads to better customer experience and staff performance. According to recent research results, many education companies have to deal with a vast amount of data usually scattered over various platforms, plus email, online chat, sms and phone calls. Because the data is spread out among different business tools, the processes may become disorganised and it is hard for the employees to find the data they

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18 October 2019

CURIOUS ABOUT WHERE ALL OF THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN AUSTRALIA ARE FROM?

Australia is no stranger to hosting overseas students. In fact, in 2018, Australia was the education destination of choice for almost 870,000 students from around the world. In the world rankings, Australia is in third place for study abroad destinations, having made over $AUD 5-million from foreign students alone. Today, we’re taking a look at the Australian education system, student exchange programs, and education rates in Australia. We’ll also answer questions such as, how many international

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16 October 2019

BEST CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES HAVE SOME OF THE MOST EMPLOYABLE GRADUATES IN THE WORLD

While most Canadians are often concerned about how high universities rank when it comes to education, it's also important to know how likely you will be to get employed after graduating. In a recent study, universities were ranked across the world to see who has some of the most employable graduates, and multiple Canadian universities actually made the list. Top Universities ranked hundreds of universities across the globe to see which students are more likely to get jobs after graduating. While

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14 October 2019

HOW CAN YOU PRACTICE ENGLISH EVEN BEFORE ARRIVING IN YOUR STUDY DESTINATION

Worried about you English level before going for an international experience? We have some tips for you. Prospective international students can improve their English-language skills by listening to podcasts and watching TV shows and movies, as well as spending a summer on an english speaking university campus to immerse themselves in an intensive English program. Here are a few ways to practice English that international students should consider: Download a language app or English podcast.

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10 October 2019

WHICH COUNTRIES LET INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS STAY THE LONGEST AFTER GRADUATION?

Amid recent Brexit tensions, UK prime minister Boris Johnson extended the period of time foreign graduates could stay in the UK to find work from four months to two years. Students graduating from UK universities in the summer of 2020 and after are eligible. The policy change aims to attract “the best and brightest” from across the world to study and work in the UK, according to a government statement. International students make up 36% of master’s students and 43% of doctoral students at

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08 October 2019

MASTERS DEGREE IN AUSTRALIA - INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS REPRESENT HALF OF ENROLMENTS

International students at Australian universities make up nearly half of all master's enrolments and one-third of doctoral candidates, making the country's higher-degree programs disproportionately dependent on the foreign market. International students make up 21% of all tertiary enrolments in Australia, compared to an average of 6 per cent in other countries, according to the OECD's latest annual report comparing educational outcomes around the world. Foreign students make up 14% of all enrolments

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04 October 2019

US UNIVERSITIES REPORT DRASTIC REDUCTION IN ENROLMENTS FROM CHINESE STUDENTS

For the past 10 years, the number of Chinese students at U.S. universities has been rising. But university officials are starting to see a sharp drop in Chinese students.Several universities have reported drops of 20 percent or more this autumn at the start of a new school term.To get more international students, some schools are advertising in other countries and working to keep the number of Chinese students they have. U.S. colleges and universities need the money paid by students from China

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03 October 2019

MOST ACCESSIBLE CITIES IN THE WORLD FOR YOUR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION.

Accessibility is inclusion, a right guaranteed for all persons with disabilities or those with reduced mobility. Through it, life can be independent and redeem citizenship and sociability for these people. Some cities around the world have already understood the importance of investing in adaptations to improve the quality of life of their residents. Therefore, knowing some places and their projects counts and a lot when deciding where to study. London The capital of the United Kingdom has some

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01 October 2019

AUSTRALIA’S POST GRADUATE VISA ATTRACTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS, BUT MANY CAN’T FIND WORK IN THEIR FIELD

Australia’s post graduate visa attracts international students, but many can’t find work in their field. The top five citizenship countries of 485 visa holders in Australia (India, China, Nepal, Pakistan, Vietnam) have also been the top five source countries of international enrolments in Masters by coursework (China, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Vietnam) programs since 2013. However Up to 56% of current visa holders either worked outside their field of study (35%) or were unemployed (21%), which

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26 September 2019

PRACTICAL TIPS ON HOW TO SAVE MONEY IN DURING YOUR STUDIES IN CANADA

If you are planning to study in Canada this post is for you. Even though most international students are prepared to come to Canada and get a job to help with daily expenses, there are ways to save money and make the trip smoother. Check out 5 simples ways to help you save money. Opt for cheaper food As much as it is a pleasure to try the local cuisine of another country - especially Canada that does not have a specific and targeted - one must be careful not to spend more than necessary in

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24 September 2019

WHAT INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS THINK ABOUT THEIR AUSTRALIAN STUDY EXPERIENCE?

The recently released Student Experience Survey, which provides comprehensive overview of students experience at Australian universities and other education providers, is exclusively for Onshore students , however divides it’s result per country of origin and tell us more about how different groups are evaluating their university experience. Not only does it give an overall picture of how positively international students are rating their studies in the land Down Under, it also highlights strengths

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23 September 2019

HOW TO TRAVEL AND WORK IN ENGLAND

People who love to travel and work in Europe, may wish to secure work in England. The UK Home Office judges most work visas based on a points system of importance, skill and connection. You must be able to prove a good connection to employment in the UK and financial support if you are living with family. Looking for work in England can be difficult, especially if you are not a member of the European Economic Area (EEA). You should research which visa category you fit into. Once you receive your work visa, you will be able to travel throughout the UK, Europe and other countries. Find out how to travel and work in England:

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20 September 2019

4 IN 10 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS TURNED AWAY BY CANADIAN IMMIGRATION

More than half the international students headed to undergraduate programs in Canada were turned away this year by immigration officials. Between January and May, officers rejected 53 per cent of the study permit applications filed by foreign students hoping to begin a bachelor program in Canada, according to data provided by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. The record refusal rate is part of a trend that has seen immigration officials refuse a higher proportion of applications every

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18 September 2019

ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAMS IN THE U.S.A.

If you are an international student or professional seeking a degree in Engineering or Computer Science there are many options for you to study in the United States. Each year thousands of international students look to enroll at U.S. universities for Undergraduate, Graduate and Ph.D. programs in Engineering, Technology and Computer Science. These programs are very popular in the U.S. as these programs provide students with an excellent education, great career options and opportunities not available

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16 September 2019

EU INVESTS 17.6 MILLION TO PROMOTE EXCHANGE OF 8,555 AFRICANS STUDENTS AND STAFF

In a statement, the EU executive notes that "the EU has invested an additional EUR 17.6 million to support over 8,500 newly selected African students and staff to participate in the Erasmus + program in 2019". "This increase in Erasmus + funding is another step towards the commitment announced by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker [...] to support 35,000 African students and researchers by 2020," the institution said in the press release. The money comes from the EU Trust Fund

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12 September 2019

UK CHANGES IMMIGRATION RULE AND ALLOWS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS TO STAY LONGER IN THE COUNTRY

Foreign students in the UK may benefit from a change in study visa policy.Now they can stay in the country for two more years after graduation to look for a job. The new measure, announced on Wednesday the 11th of September, by the Interior Ministry, reverses a decision taken in 2012 by then-secretary of the portfolio, Theresa May, who later became prime minister. The previous measure required foreign students to leave the UK within four months of graduation. The change applies to international

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10 September 2019

WHAT IS AN ESSAY IN YOUR US UNIVERSITY APPLICATION?

Learn how to put together this cover letter and secure your scholarship at an American university! The difference between the forms of admission to North American and other countries higher education are several, and among the many steps knowing the importance of an essay, is the first step to ensure your approval in an international degree! But why is it so important? Well, that's what we'll talk about next! Know what essay is! The dream of graduating abroad is something that inhabits the

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04 September 2019

WOKPLACE WITH DIVERSITY

Educli is a proud ambassador of diversity, indigenous people, multiculturalism, disability and LGBTI awareness and inclusion of minority groups. We promote diversity in the workplace. Majority of our staff are women with some being proudly LGBTQ+ . We believe the diversity can drive the business to reach the goal. Diversity is central to innovation. It brings forth new and better ways of doing things, helps us to harness the benefits of technology and improve the efficiency and quality

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03 September 2019

THE BEST PLACE TO SEARCH FOR YOUR OVERSEAS EDUCATION

Hi Seekers, Educli search will help you to find THE perfect education provider that fit your profile. Our Search tool will open access to any college information, how to contact them, to look for the best price and also read their review posted by students. You can easily use the CHAT to start communication. Don’t be afraid, if you’re not English speaking professional, your message will be automatically translated. And you can just focus on moving forward with your plans. Our

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03 September 2019

WELCOME TO EDUCLI!

Educli is a digital platform that will help you to make your wish to study abroad happen. Our team members have been trough difficult times themselves trying to study overseas and with this experience we designed all the tools that you might need in your journey. Living the problem Educli was able to find the best solution for users daily needs, facilitating the student and college direct contact in any language and developing key tools such as: Resume Builder, Compare Countries Feature,

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30 August 2019

AUSTRALIA - UPDATED COST OF LIVING IN DIFFERENT CITIES

If you are planning to study or live in Australia is good to know that living costs can be very different from one city to another. For example if you rent in Sydney, you’ll be paying an average of $3,671 per month to live comfortably. If you compare to a person renting in Hobart you will be paying $1,307 more per month as the average rent there is $2,364. Have a look on the table below: [caption id="attachment_12714" align="aligncenter" width="941" class="center "] (source: Finder)[/caption] Let’s

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28 August 2019

US CONTINUES DOMINATION IN THE TOP 20 ACADEMIC RANKINGS

ShanghaiRanking began to publish Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) by academic subjects since 2009. The 2019 release contains rankings of universities in 54 subjects across Natural Sciences, Engineering, Life Sciences, Medical Sciences, and Social Sciences. In total, more than 4000 universities were ranked. Harvard University claimed the number one position for the 17th time, followed by Stanford and the UK’s University of Cambridge in second and third places respectively. Of

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28 August 2019

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN CANADA: NEW STRATEGY FOR 2019-2024

Canada’s five year international student strategy is aiming to attract students from a diverse background and also promoting different cities and universities to have a better outbound mobility. Recent numbers shows that 570,000 foreign study permit holders contributed over $21 billion to the Canadian economy since the start of 2019, representing a vital part for the country’s economy. A key aim of the new $148-million strategy is to increase the variety of source countries for international

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28 August 2019

NEW VISA AND SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAM BRINGS ATTENTION TO REGIONAL AUSTRALIA.

Lately the Australian Government has been announcing changes to the immigration program, focusing now even more on the regional areas. The whole idea is to attract international migrants to those cities with lack of people and with problems to fill all it’s workforce gaps. Among the changes, immigration minister David Coleman announced that the trial of the Global Talent Scheme would be made permanent and expanded to include the Global Talent Independent program to recruit 5,000 highly skilled

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21 August 2019

NEW NUMBERS FOR ELICOS IN AUSTRALIA

A recent report from ELICOS in Australia (English courses for international students) shows that in 2018 enrolments grew by only 1% comparing to 2017 to reach 179,340 students. There was also no great change in the number of study weeks, students stayed in Australia for a slightly lower average duration in 2018 as well: 13 weeks versus 13.2 in 2017. International Students Nationality Here is where we see some changes comparing to 2017. There was an 11% decline in student numbers from Europe,

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21 August 2019

NEW US BANK FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

After being an international student himself Tahem Veer Verma has just launched the North Loop a bank focusing on international students going to the US. Verma has already a successful business history with the English Language learning app Enrugu which gave him confidence and experience for this new business adventure. From his personal experience as an international MBA student at Cornell in 2017 he said he had “struggled a lot with opening a bank account, getting a credit card and just about

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21 August 2019

CANADA: PAKISTAN IS NOW PART OF THE STUDENT DIRECT STREAM SCHEME

The Student Direct stream is a fast-track visa processing for international students. At the moment Pakistan will join India, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. All processing times are reduced via the direct stream and most of visas are being analyzed in three weeks. To be able to apply for a study permit under the Direct Stream the applicant needs to provide further information on the English proficiency level and also on financial capacity. The minimum score at IELTS is 6 and financial support

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15 August 2019

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE GMAT TEST

More than 4,800 MBA programs across 83 countries use GMAT scores as a step in their respective student selection processes. And if the test score is not decisive, at the very least, it can increase the chances of entering the most select classes of business schools around the world. The test, based on concepts of mathematics  English language, aims to mimic the challenges that executives may face in the practical routine of the programs. “The score is an indicator of whether or not you can

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14 August 2019

AUSTRALIA – HUGE INCREASE ON THE NUMBER OF BRAZILIAN STUDENTS IN TASMANIA

Like most international students coming to Australia, Brazilians prefer to study in big cities like Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Melbourne. But cities like Hobart, Launceston and Devonport in Tasmania are experiencing a significant growth on the past 4 years. According to data published by the Australian Government’s Department of Education Brazil continues to rank fourth among the most student-sending countries to Australia, behind China, India and Nepal. As per report published in April

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12 August 2019

RECENT NUMBERS FROM LANGUAGE EDUCATION CANADA

As we know Canada is one of the top destinations for studying abroad. The newly released 2018 Annual Report on Language Education in Canada, shows that the number of enrolment in Canada’s language programmes grew by 6% from 2017 to 2018, with Canadian language schools booking a 2% increase in student weeks over the same period. Most of the international students are coming from Asia, representing 41% of the total, followed by Latin America (32%) and Europe (11%). [caption id="attachment_12683"

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07 August 2019

UK SPORT SCHOLARSHIPS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2020

De Montfort University (DMU) in the United Kingdom has open enrollment for sport scholarships of up to £ 6,000 in undergraduate and postgraduate courses in any field. Financial assistance even covers physiotherapy and private health insurance. Interested parties should apply by September 8th. DMU Sport Scholarship offers students the opportunity to develop both academic and sports performance while studying at De Montfort University, located in the city of Leicester. Fellows will have access

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05 August 2019

MORE CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES ACCEPTING PTE ENGLISH TEST

If you are planning to study a higher education course in Canada you already know that you will need to proof your English Language proficiency. The most common test used to be IELTS, however the The computer-based Pearson Academic English teste is getting more and more popular. Pearson institute has announced 5 new Canadian institutions that are now accepting this test, meaning the exam is now recognised by 90% of the country’s post-secondary institutions. The new institutions are: Holland

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01 August 2019

IRELAND: NEW ONLINE STUDENT VISA RENEWAL SYSTEM

International university students studying in Ireland and native to non-European nations will be able to renew their immigration registration online from August 26. As a test, only students living in Dublin County will be able to do it online. Up to 8,000 students are expected to benefit between September to November this year. The new online system is a way of replacing the existing one where students have to face long lines to personally renew their student visa at the Irish Naturalisation and

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18 April 2019

WHY IS EDUCLI A PASSIONATE ABOUT HELPING PEOPLE TO STUDY ABROAD?

Why is Educli a passionate about helping people? Everyday thousands of people are looking for a new opportunity, new challenge in life and their ultimate dream is to live abroad. Those people are spending hours and must sieve through vast amount of pages to get the information they needed to success in their path to their dream. Many of those pages provide inaccurate or misleading information. Educli is being created by a passionate team that created a platform, a source of information,

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17 April 2019

HOW TO CHOOSE A STARTUP TEAM?

How to choose a startup team? Me and my husband were always big fans of Steve Jobs, Elon Musk and other entrepreneurs that changed the world. When we started our startup we realised that we need to choose our team with intelligence, because only people that are willing to travel this route with you with passion, will help you to achieve the ultimate dream. If you choose wrong team they will fail you and most importantly you will fail your dreams. "Those are the bozos that take you down" as

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05 April 2019

UK VISA STUDENT PROCESS

The application for a student visa in UK can be carried online, by post or in person. Note that those who are residing in UK at the time of application must apply in person or by post. To apply for a UK visa you have to submit all the required documents, based on which the UK Home Office decides whether you meet the criteria to obtain a UK visa.

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05 April 2019

UK STUDENT VISA TYPES

If your plan is to study in the UK, you have 2 options of Student Visa to apply. Both will give you permit to study full time, but other factors will vary depending on the type of visa that you will apply for.

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29 March 2019

UK - COST OF LIVING

As an international student, one of the questions you might be wondering about is the cost of living in UK. As far as living costs are concerned, these costs will vary greatly depending on your lifestyle, spending habits and budget.

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29 March 2019

AU PAIR UNITED KINGDOM

Being an Au Pair overseas is the best way to earn some extra cash whilst doing something you're totally passionate about! It's the opportunity of a lifetime, to get a genuine sense of what life is really like in your new destination living with your family and spending your days with the little ones.

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22 March 2019

AMERICAN X BRITISH - ENGLISH DIFFERENCES

British people and American people can always understand each other – but there are a few notable differences between British English and American English. Did you know, that the difference between spelling words like American color and British colour, or humor and humour, comes from the Brits adopting, their now called British words, from Old French language? When it came to America later, the spelling was simplified. And so is with many other American English and British English differences, as the adaptation of grammar took its part. See some examples:

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