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Helpful articles about studying abroad in Canada and the USA. Discover frequently asked questions about schools, immigration, job opportunities, and more.

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Justin Trudeau Kicks Off Week of Celebration at ApplyBoard

April has been an exciting month at ApplyBoard. Within the same week, we held a Grand Opening event, hosted Canada’s Minister of Immigration, and were invited to meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a funding announcement at Communitech. … Read More

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ApplyBoard to Host Grand Opening Party at Downtown Kitchener Office

ApplyBoard has come a long way from our humble beginnings as a small startup working out of the University of Waterloo Velocity Garage. In just a few short years, we’ve helped over 40,000 international students pursue their dream of obtaining an education in Canada and the United States. … Read More

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Atlantic Canada Immigration Pilot Will Now Run Until 2021

Introduced in 2017, the Atlantic Immigration Pilot is designed to help companies attract skilled foreign workers to Canada’s east coast. This includes the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador. … Read More

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ApplyBoard Hosts First-Ever Top Recruiters Workshop

ApplyBoard hosted its first Top Recruiters Workshop on Thursday, March 14 and Friday, March 15, 2019. Held in Chandigarh, India, the event brought together 10 of ApplyBoard’s exclusive Canadian partner schools to discuss the challenges and opportunities faced in today’s international recruitment market. … Read More

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Why More International Students Than Ever Now Study in Canada

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) recently released its 2018 student data, revealing Canada continues to be a top destination for international students. The number of students holding Canadian study permits rose to 572,415 in 2018 – an increase of 16.25%. … Read More

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How to Open Student Bank Accounts in Canada

One of the realities of being an international student no one seems to talk about is how much paperwork is involved. From filling out your initial application to receiving your study permit, there are a number of important steps you need to take to make your education dreams a reality. … Read More

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What is Early Childhood Education? Here’s What You Need to Know

Early Childhood Education (ECE) is a popular study program focused on developing young minds. However, students may wonder how ECE differs from other education programs and what the admission requirements are. If you’re an international student thinking about studying Early Childhood Education, read on to find out what you need to know about this exciting field! … Read More

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9 Bollywood Stars Who Studied Abroad

Every year, Indian students enrol in universities and colleges around the world in order to become better educated. Many of these students go onto have careers in fields such as engineering or medicine, but few really believe studying abroad will lead to celebrity stardom. However, a surprising number of Bollywood stars are former international students! Here are 9 Bollywood actors who got educated studying abroad before becoming stars. … Read More

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10 Most Popular Arts and Design Programs in Canada

Technology has had a huge impact on the design world over the last 20 years. With visual effects and video games now multi-billion dollar industries, there is a growing demand for creative and skilled designers. … Read More

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Top cities with the highest employment rates in Canada

According to a 2018 survey from Study International, over sixty percent of international students wish to become permanent residents in Canada after graduation. However, it can be difficult for international students to “break in” to the Canadian job market. … Read More

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Where to explore green spaces in Toronto

As Canada’s largest city, Toronto is a jungle of big concrete buildings and busy streets. However, as anyone who lives in Toronto will tell you, the city is much more than a sea of skyscrapers. … Read More

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9 Tips for enjoying your first winter in Canada

Winter in Canada may come as a shock for many international students. The sun sets early, the cold is biting, and snow … well, snow can be great or awful depending on the amount. It’s a lot to adjust to and may even deter some students from coming to Canada at all. … Read More

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5 Most expensive cities in the USA to study in

Despite reports that state enrollments are on the decline, the United States remains a popular study destination for international students. Over 1,000,000 students from around the world live and study in the USA. … Read More