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MACLEAN’S SURVEY

Maclean's, a popular news magazine based in Canada, recently published a list of the most reputed Canadian universities and their rankings. The rankings for this year have post-secondary institutions from all regions of Canada. As part of the survey, Maclean's approached university faculty, senior administrators, high school guidance counsellors and business people to know their views on Canadian universities. All universities from undergraduate, comprehensive and medical doctoral categories were ranked in the survey as one group.

THE TOP FIVE CANADIAN UNIVERSITIES

1. University of Toronto

The University of Toronto ranks in first place in the Maclean's rankings. The university has around 90,000 students, both domestic and international and offers more than 700 undergraduate and 300 graduate programs. The University has three campuses in the Greater Toronto area. The signature programs at the University are science, medicine and artificial intelligence.

2. University of Waterloo

In the 2018 rankings of Maclean's, University of Waterloo is among the top comprehensive Canadian universities. The university has the largest free start-up incubator in the world, which is named Velocity. The University also provides talented students free access to resources. Another attraction of the university is that it has the world's largest co-op program, with more than 19000 students and 6700 employers. The employment rates are up to 99.9 percent. The signature programs of the University include Actuarial Science, Nanotechnology, Commerce and Architecture.

3. University of British Columbia

The University of British Columbia has two campuses, one located in Vancouver and the other in Okanagan. Around 60,000 students are studying in this university among whom, around 14000 are international students from 162 countries. The university offers more than 200 undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs. The university's English Language Institute, located in Vancouver, offers world-class English language education to international students. The university campuses, located in the most scenic places, also have the largest research libraries in the country.

4. McGill University

McGill University, located in Montreal, has been ranked first among the medical/doctoral universities in the country. Around 26 percent of its students are international. The university offers world-class medical, engineering and law programs. The university is also the alma mater of the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau. The signature programs of the university include medicine, chemistry, law, music, engineering, management, continuing studies, and dentistry.

5. University of Alberta

The University of Alberta is located in Edmonton, the prairie province of Alberta. It offers more than 200 undergraduate programs and 170 graduate programs. In addition to law and education, the university has a reputation for offering renowned engineering, science, and medicine programs. The university has more than 32,000 students including 7700 international students. It has signed 400 teaching and research agreements in around 51 countries. The signature programs of the university include engineering, law, education, and pharmacy.

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Designated Learning Institutions (DLI)

According to a new law that came into effect on June 30, 2017, foreign students who want to study in Quebec and pursue a training program with a duration of more than six months must have an acceptance letter from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI). A DLI is a school approved to host international students by a province or territorial government in Canada. In order to obtain a study permit to study in Quebec and to receive a Quebec Acceptance Certificate (CAQ), the institution where you plan to study must be recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education in Quebec or any other Quebec government ministry. So, the applicant should make sure that the selected institute is on the list of designated educational institutions because once the processing fee is paid, it is non-refundable. There are around 420 educational institutions in Quebec which are Designated Learning Institutions. Being issued a Certificat d’acceptation du Québec (CAQ) to study in a post-secondary institution means your institution is designated. In the case where the institution you are studying in loses its DIL status while you are still enrolled, you can continue studying in that institute until your study permit expires. However, if you wish to renew your study permit, you will have to enrol into an educational institute in the list of Designated Learning Institutions.

The DLI Process

The process of looking for the Institute of your choice in the designated learning institutes database is to:
  • First, choose the province or territory your educational institute is located in.
  • Type in the name of the educational institute and the city in which it is located.
  • The name of your DLI and DLI number will appear. You can write the DLI number under the section ‘Details of intended study in Canada’ on the application for your study permit.

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Canada: Dependent Visa Update

The Government of Canada is committed to keeping families together. Through the Family Class, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of 18 years and older can sponsor their dependent children, parents, grandparents, spouse, common-law, and conjugal partners. As of October 24, 2017, members of the family class can be sponsored for a dependent visa if they are:
  • Dependent children under 22 years of age, who do not have a spouse, common-law partner, or conjugal partner.
    • The dependent child must be the biological child of the parent or the adopted child of the parent.
    • The dependent child must prove to be financially dependent on the parent.
    • The dependent child is unable to financially support him/herself due to a physical or mental condition.
    • Children aged 22 and older who have depended substantially on the financial support of their parent(s) since before the age of 22 years, and who are unable to be financially self-supporting due to a physical or mental condition, may also be considered dependent.
    • You will need to provide proof of your relationship to your dependent children.
    • The children being sponsored will need to undergo a criminal and medical examination. Dependent children who have a criminal record or a contagious medical condition may be prevented from entering Canada.
    • The medical examination must go through a physician who is approved by the Canadian government.
This change in the eligible age from under 19 years to under 22 years is intended to create a positive social and cultural impact by keeping families together. “Raising the age of dependents lets more families stay together. This will bring economic and social gains to our country as it enhances our attractiveness as a destination of choice for immigrants and refugees,” Ahmed Hussen, Canada’s Minister of Immigration

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The Australian Department of Immigration has released the occupation ceilings various occupations under the General Skilled Migration. Occupation Ceiling is maximum number of invitations will be issued apply for the types of visas listed below:
  1. Skilled independent visas
  2. Skilled regional sponsored visas
  3. Skilled or business state or territory sponsored visas
Occupation ceilings were raised for the pro rata occupations listed below:
  1. Software and Applications Programmers: Raised by 540 places to 6202
  2. ICT Business and Systems Analysts: Raised by 92 places to 1574
  3. Industrial, Mechanical and Production Engineers: Raised by 639 places to 2178
  4. Accountants: Raised by 2285 places to 4785
For the following occupations, the occupational ceilings were reduced:
  1. Computer Network Professionals: Brought down by 108 places to 1318
  2. Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers: Brought down by 86 places to 1327
Occupation ceilings for the following occupations remain unchanged:
  1. Electronics Engineers: 1000 places
  2. Other Engineering Professionals: 1000 places


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Ontario: Masters and PhD Graduate Streams

The Canadian province of Ontario started accepting Canada Immigration/Permanent Residency applications from interested international post-graduates from the Masters and PhD Graduate Streams on October 12th, 2017. These two streams are extremely popular and whenever they start accepting applications, they reach their intake limits within a few days. While Ontario did not disclose how many applications will be accepted for the current application intake period, the Masters Graduate Stream reached its intake limit the day they announced the opening of both the streams. Therefore, Ontario is no longer accepting registrations for the Masters Graduate Stream. However, registration is still open for the OINP PhD Graduate Stream. Through the Masters Graduate Stream and the PhD Graduate Stream, both streams linked with the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP), Ontario enables skilled international students who want to live and work in Ontario obtain a Nomination Certificate which expedites their Canadian Immigration process. International Students Category is designed for international students with a Master’s degree or a PhD obtained in Canada who want to live and work permanently in Ontario.

OINP Masters Graduate Stream applicants must:

  • Intend to live and work in Ontario.
  • Be a graduate of a Master’s program from a publicly funded University in Ontario.
  • Have completed one academic year on a full-time basis.
  • Submit the application no later than two years from the date of completion of the Master’s degree. Or submit the application during his/her last semester of study in the program.
  • Be currently residing in Ontario with legal status.
  • Be proficient in English and/or French.
  • Demonstrate sufficient funds to support themselves and their dependents.
  • Have lived in Ontario for at least one complete year during the past two years.

OINP PhD Graduate Stream applicants must:

  • Have graduated from an existing PhD program at an eligible publicly funded university in Ontario. Or successfully completed the degree requirements for such a program (and are awaiting their degree). Or, have at least two years of completed PhD studies at an eligible publicly funded university in Ontario.
  • Application must be submitted no later than two years from the date the PhD was received.
  • Be currently residing in Ontario with legal status.
  • Be proficient in English and/or French.
  • Demonstrate sufficient funds to support themselves and their dependents.
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Immigration and Australia

Australia accepted 226,200 permanent immigrants in 2015. Most immigrants came from India followed by China and the UK. Since the 1970s, Australia’s population has grown by 70%, almost entirely because of immigration. Over 28% of Australia’s current residents were born overseas compared to Canada, New Zealand, UK and USA. Provided you meet the criteria set out in law, Australia's Migration Programme does not discriminate based on race or religion, which means anyone from any country, can apply to migrate. According to the Economic Survey of Australia in 2017 by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Australia’s economy has had a remarkable 25 consecutive years of output growth reflecting strong macroeconomic policies, structural reforms, a high gross domestic product per capita and the contribution of immigrants in Australia. Immigrants have provided labour for mining and manpower to build houses. Approximately 600,000 foreigners spent A$20 billion to attend Australian schools and universities in 2016, making education the country’s third-biggest export. And many graduates from Australian universities eventually take on local jobs and pay taxes.

Immigrant-Friendly Australians

In 2015, according to a poll by Gallup, an American-based research consultancy, Australia was the only Western country where 30% people thought immigration should rise compared to the 25% who believed immigration should fall. The immigrant-friendly nature of Australia is demonstrated annually on Harmony Day, March 21. Harmony Day celebrates cultural diversity and is about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.

Why Australia?

Immigrating to Australia gives individuals and families the chance to be a part of a multicultural land with breathtakingly beautiful scenery, numerous career opportunities, excellent education, healthcare, and security. Out of 188 countries, Australia measures at #2 in the United Nation’s Human Development Index (UN HDI, 2016) which signifies the excellent healthcare, education and standard of living in Australia. -- Explore your Australian immigration and education options, get your FREE assessment today!

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