On June 2nd, we hosted a wonderful seminar for international students. It was great success with more than 20 international students interested in learning about Douglas College and how to manage and grow a career during study period, lastly topped with a great presentation by a Canadian licensed immigration consultant, Wisanu Kruntgoen, Ph.D.
We presented key information for students seeking expert’s advice on meeting language requirements to study in a Canadian public university and important topics about career and immigration as well.
On June 22nd, Capilano University at 4pm will present about the university and some of the most popular programs among international students.
Here is a short but powerful message from Mr. Wisanu Kruntgoen:
“Pathway to Canada — Key immigration information for International Students. There are so much to know about the rights and responsibility of international students in Canada — especially if you want to be successful in your pathway to Canada. In this session, you will learn about your qualifications for your selected study programs, the immigration laws that govern these study programs, selecting the ‘right’ schools and programs for your future, your legal status in Canada, working during studying, working legally after graduation, and the eligibility to become Permanent Resident of Canada and Canadian citizen.
It is very important to plan the pathway as clear and as precise as possible, if you expect to harvest the key benefits of the study pathway to Canada as much as possible. The government of Canada welcomes international students to enjoy the learning experiences in Canada, enjoy the diverse community and natural resources Canada has to offer, and to have opportunity to be eligible for possible immigration programs to become Canadian Permanent Resident and Canadian citizen. It is ultimately important that you know all of the legal issues involving your study programs — so you can enjoy the benefits at the fullest.”
Join us on June 22nd to learn more about Capilano University, work, study and immigration in Canada. Feel free to bring your friends with a common interest. The event starts at 4 pm, on 755 Burrard Street, Downtown Vancouver. For more information click here.