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Category Archive: Destination Of The Week

  1. University Of The Week – ALGONQUIN COLLEGE (SPP)

    The Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology is an English language public funded college in Canada. This esteemed college has 3 campuses in Ottawa, Perth and Pembroke – all in Ontario. This academic institution was established in 1967 and its colleges of Applied Arts and Technology were later additions in 1965. ALGONQUIN COLLEGE (SPP)
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  2. Destination Of The Week – Cambridge, UK

    United Kingdom is known for its high quality educational system as well as historical value. Oxford and Cambridge are the first names that come to your mind when you think of quality academic education across the globe. When it comes to Cambridge, it is a popular tourist spot and study destination in the UK. It
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  3. Destination Of The Week – Rotorua, New Zealand

    Rotorua is a popular and famous town located on North Island in New Zealand. It is also a well-known cultural centre for the Maori natives of the land. You will find many thermal mud pools here that is formed by the natural geothermal activity of the region. It is a major tourist destination for both
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  4. University Of The Week – Georgian College

    Georgian College is one of the most popular SPP colleges in Canada for technology and applied sciences. Currently it approximately has about 11,000 full-time and 28,000 part-time students spread across its 7 campuses at Ontario in Canada. The largest campus of the college is at Barrie. Georgian College is one of the fastest growing universities
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  5. Destination Of The Week – Invercargill, New Zealand

    The city of Invercargill in New Zealand is a major attractive spot for people and international students across the world. This unique city is known for its warmth, friendliness and hospitality. In fact, it is one of the best places to visit and live in New Zealand.   Invercargill is located on the South Scenic
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  6. Destination Of The Week – Newcastle, UK

    There are several students who leave their hometown every year to study in UK. When it comes to foreign study destinations for the Indian student, Newcastle is an inviting place. Newcastle as a city is one of the UK’s most vibrant and welcoming student cities. Indian students, who want high quality education and student friendly environment,
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  7. Destination of the Week – Hamilton, New Zealand

    Hamilton in New Zealand is known for its lush green lawns and hills. If you are familiar with the “Shire in The Lord of The Rings” movies, most of the shooting was done here in this amazing terrain. Hamilton is one of the few cities in the nation that is not located on the coast.
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  8. Destination Of The Week-Leicester, UK

    Leicester city is located in the county of Leicestershire in UK. The River Soar and the National Forest are near it. It is a cosmopolitan city with a history that dates back to 200o years. There are many things you can see and do in this vibrant city. It is rich in arts, culture, heritage
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  9. Featured Alumni – Hanoz Faruzan

    “I am born and brought up  in Mumbai and completed by graduation from Mumbai University. I was very confused there after about my career and what choice to make. There were so study and work options and all my friends were doing different things.  One of the options I had in mind was pursuing my
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  10. Destination Of The Week – Oxford, UK

    Oxford is located in the central southern part of England and revolves around the prestigious university of the same name established in the 12th century. There are over 30 reputed and highly esteemed colleges around this famous town. It has been nicknamed the “City of Dreaming Spires” by poet Matthew Arnold mostly due to its
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