21 May

Curvy Ivy Climbing: Canada Can Be A...

The so-called "Ivy Climbing" refers to the group whose whole family strives to send their children to the Ivy League schools. Traditional Ivy League schools include eight of the top universities in the United States: Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, Yale University, Princeton University, Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Brown University, and Cornell University. Read More

23 Feb

Overview of Tuition Fees of Prestigious...

Recently, many students asked about the tuition fees of various universities. This article will sort out the tuition status of prestigious Canadian universities, including local students and international students, as well as undergraduate and graduate students. Read More

11 Nov

Canada Remembrance Day

In November of Canada, you will find people on the streets beginning to wear a small red flower on the chest of their coat. You will also see people holding donation boxes selling small red flowers in many places. November 11th is the Remembrance Day of Canada, which is to commemorate Canadians who died in wars. Red poppies are a unique decoration on Remembrance Day. Read More

06 Nov

Canada may open immigration to foreigners, and...

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, the previous goal from the Canadian government of attracting 300,000 new immigrants by 2020 may not be completed. At present, the Canadian government is considering reducing the difficulty of immigrating to Canada, especially for foreign citizens currently holding various visas in Canada. Read More

06 Oct

Important Policy Update: Canada Fully Allows...

International Students are Allowed to Enter Last Friday (October 2), Canada Minister of Immigration Marco Mendicino announced that starting from October 20, 2020, international students studying in designated educational institutions in Canada will be allowed to enter Canada. Read More