The wait is over! Let’s keep the drums rolling and the trumpets blazing because it's that time of the year again!
AECC Global is bringing back the annual Global Education fair in an all new (virtual) avatar. GVEF 2020 - Global Virtual Education Fair, your one-stop destination for all your study abroad needs is here!
Interact with UK university representatives at AECC Global's GVEF and learn how you can move forward with your UK educational goals.
Having been one of the tech giants in the world for decades, the USA houses over 1,000,000 international students from all parts of the globe. Right from Artificial Intelligence to Big Data Analytics, Bioinformatics and Cyber Security, the educational institutions in the USA offer courses in diverse specialisations to help accomplish the career goals of international students.
The country of Canada is not just famous for its mesmerising natural beauty and its multicultural cities, but also for the brilliant educational institutions.
The curtains are rising to the most-awaited opportunities for international students. It’s time to suit up for the largest virtual education event of the year that will help you launch your future.
Grab this opportunity to meet representatives from Top Canadian Universities at our Global Education Fair - GVEF 2020 this October! Just close your eyes and picture this...
Preparing for the future is an exciting process! It may involve a tonne of research, evaluation, and even facing unexpected challenges which you would have never dreamt about before.
Times Higher Education (THE), the trusted global data partner for higher education, and AECC Global, a leading provider of independent student counselling services and university application support, are delighted to announce a partnership supporting students who intend to study in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Singapore.
Owing to the country’s academic excellence and dual-language system, Canada continually attracts a stellar volume of international students across various parts of the globe.
The Canadian government has introduced some new temporary policy changes that are largely beneficial to the international students willing to study in Canada. With Canada being one of the friendly nations most preferred by international students, the new policy changes have not come as a surprise entirely since the government constantly works on accommodating international students well.
Though the course span of any medicine and healthcare-related career is longer than other professional courses, the demand for professionals in this industry is continually rising year after year. The career opportunities are endless, not just within your region but also across different parts of the globe.
Do you often find yourself daydreaming about travelling and spending your leisure time at a posh luxurious hotel? Does communicating with multicultural people from walks of life intrigue you? Has planning a holiday for a large group of people been an easy task for you?
Are you someone who prefers people over machines and talking to people over chatbots? Does tirelessly planning anything from the scratch excite you? Well then, a business degree in Canada would create a pathway for achieving your dreams of a vivid career rather than a regular job!
The Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne has come up with three new beneficial scholarships for international students. From fee reduction to refund policies, these new scholarships are inclusive of solutions to most of the hardships that the students may come across during this academic year.
With the UK proposing to start classes on campus by introducing a blended form of learning which is inclusive of both online and face to face learning earlier this week, a recent survey has suggested that most universities prefer online courses to that of the other.
The Business Schools Association of Canada (BSCA) has recently introduced its online portal to help international and domestic students to access information about studying in the country. Every year Canada hosts around 17.71% of international students studying business administration courses alone.
The Canadian Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino introduced some important visa approval plans for international students earlier last week. The International students who cannot submit all of the required documentation, can utilise this new procedure.