In yet another one of its initiatives, Maple Assist exclusively conducted a survey to receive feedback from some of the top study abroad consultants, or agents as they are popularly known, with a presence across India and Bangladesh, two of the largest source countries for Canadian institutions in the [...]
Now that the prospective students may not get to move to their dream study destinations abroad anytime soon, many are settling for online support systems and hoping for better times. If it were not for the crisis, prospective students at this time would have been busy readying their bags, all [...]
CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES BATTLE IT OUT WITH COVID-19, FIND ALTERNATE RECOURSES TO MAKE THE BEST OF CRISIS
International May intake students can breathe a sigh of relief, now that the government has exempted them from travel restrictions (albeit this exemption applies to only those students who have an approved study permit). But the news doesn’t end here. The fact is that even if they decide to complete [...]
By: Ivy Lerner-Frank When Vaibhav Nagpal moved to Canada from India in 2018, he had never gone abroad, never left his hometown alone, and never even gone on a road trip with friends. He had already completed a B Tech in Electronics and Communication, and wanted to increase his marketability — and life experience — by studying abroad....
By: Ivy Lerner-Frank Part 1: First-hand insights into the Study Permit application process Students and parents might wonder what is in a visa officer’s mind when they review an application for a study permit....
By: Academica Group You’ve made a great decision by picking Canada as a study destination. But where you study within Canada will also have a big impact on your chances of finding a good career after graduation....
Maple Assist Inc. launched the Maple Assist Website at the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber’s Annual Gala on 23rd March 2018 at Canada House, in the presence of His Excellency Nadir Patel, High Commissioner of Canada in India. Maple Assist’s motto is ‘Bringing Canada Closer,’ for prospective students from all around the world, [...]
The Maple Assist App was officially launched by Minister Navdeep Bains, Canada’s Minister for Innovation, Science and Economic Development, on 22 February at the ‘India Canada Business Forum: Innovation & Business Connectivity,’ held in honour of the visiting Canadian delegation led by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Maple Assist Inc. hosted an event celebrating the launch of the Maple Assist App at the Taj Mahal hotel in New Delhi. The evening celebrations took off with a presentation by Saurabh Malhotra (Manager, International Recruitment and Market Development) from Fanshawe College, the first adopter of the app. Mr. Kevin [...]