Canada's B-Schools allure more Indian students
The First Secretary and Trade Commissioner of Canada’s High Commission, Ivy Lerner-Frank said that it’s the first time that 12 leading B-Schools, which are a part of government universities are on a Indian four city trip seeking to provide Indian students a chance to explore Canadian high quality education.
Lerner-Frank said that Canadian universities will cover the major cities in India such as Bengaluru, Mumbai, Delhi and Hyderabad during their tour to India. The major plan of this tour is to showcase the outstanding opportunities to adopt management courses for young entrepreneurs, professionals and students desiring for an overseas management degree.
Canada has constantly been topped among the other best places to do business and is supported with strong financial system.The number of students pursuing their higher studies in Canada had increased to four-fold since 2008 to 2.70 lakh, she added. India is the second major source of students to Canada following china, by 30,000 students and the figure is progressively increasing, she added.
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