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Updated FAQs: Public Health Programs in the U.S.

Wednesday | June 20, 2018 | by WES Advisor

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Many international students apply to public health programs in the U.S. because they want to pursue a career in the rapidly growing health care industry and make an impact by helping others. WES Advisor sat down with Megan Garber, the Associate Director of Career and Professional Development for Graduate...

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New E-Guides Help Internationally Trained Educators in North America

Friday | June 15, 2018 | by WES Global Talent Bridge

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Career Pathways in Education is a new e-guide in the WES Global Talent Bridge Pathways series, which helps skilled immigrants plan their professional future in the United States or Canada. With Career Pathways in Education, internationally trained educators can learn how to obtain the credentials and licenses they will...

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Provincial Nominee Programs: Your Express Entry Advantage

Thursday | June 14, 2018 | by David Cohen

Under Canada’s Constitution, the power to select immigrants is shared between the federal government and Canada’s provincial and territorial governments. Canada’s Express Entry application management system facilitates economic immigration for both levels of government. Most of Canada’s provinces and territories have what are known as Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)...

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10 Tips for Taking the CAEL Exam

Wednesday | June 13, 2018 | by Chris Koelbleitner

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The Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) assessment is a test designed to measure the English language proficiency of students planning to study in Canadian post-secondary institutions. The exam is an important part of your journey to study in Canada because it measures your ability to use and understand English...

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Scholarships for Caribbean Students

Friday | June 8, 2018 | by Lakeisha Licencear-Alfred

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If you are from the Caribbean and are looking at Canada to further your education, you may want to consider the region known as Atlantic Canada. The territory comprises Canada’s four easternmost provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island. Known for its smaller, friendly...

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