Most importantly “AMASA EDUCATIONAL SERVICES” will be always assisting you with all your needs & requirements offering you a unique follow up and after care service while you are in Canada.
Ready to take that next step on your journey to study abroad in Canada? Studying in Canada means access to world-class universities and colleges that put you at the centre of learning in a multi-cultural environment that is as dynamic as the global economy you are preparing to work in after graduation.
Canada has one of the best and most respected education systems in the world. Every year, thousands of students from other countries pursue their educational goals in Canada. Canada is globally recognized for its outstanding quality of life, stable, progressive political environment and one of the healthiest economies in the world.
With new ways to gain valuable Canadian work experience during and after your studies, the advantages of studying in Canada are great.
There are also permanent immigration options for international students who have graduated from post-secondary programs in Canada.
For full information about your options, please visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website at www.cic.gc.ca.
When you are consulted and registered for a foreign University through us to follow your educational dreams you will automatically get a free membership of our associate Organization, Global Environmental Youth Education Foundation following free access to numerous opportunities exposing yourself to the world with expert advice giving you more than just “guidance”, one that will challenge the way you think about your future and your role in the world!
Through Amasa Educational Services we consult & admit students to following list of universities / Colleges, in New Zealand for undergraduate &postgraduate studies.
Students get to work off campus after six months of full time study 20 hours a week.
Students after studying and completing any Post secondary program for 16 months are entitled to get 3 years of open work permit to work in Canada after their studies.
Students just need to work in any skilled level job for 1 year on their open work permit to qualify to apply for immigration under the Canada experience class which is not based on point system but a pass or fail module.
Students who can show settlement funds can also bring their spouse and kids as long as they satisfy to show funds to take care of their family while they are studying. The spouse can obtain an open work permit and work with any employer while the principal spouse is studying.
As Canada is one of the most multicultural and diverse countries in the world, international students are able to acclimatize well in Canada.
Canadian universities consistently rank among the best in the world, while Canada is continually rated one of the best countries in the world in which to live. Students studying in Canada invariably return home academically strong, with fond memories of their student years.
As many students will attest in this guide, Canada offers a wonderful cross-cultural experience, able to assist you with second-language development and to foster a solid network of international connections to last a lifetime.
Canada has been a great cultural experience. Much like New Zealanders, Canadians love the great outdoors. Canada is a very active country. Its continental climate means that in winter it is a superb place to embrace classic Canadian pastimes like ice skating, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing and, of course, ice hockey. In the summer, the weather is warm and sunny. The opportunity to learn and talk French on a daily basis has also enriched my experience here.
International students in Canada are permitted to work part-time for 20 hours per week (first six months in campus and off campus thereafter). During vacations, international students can work up to 40 hours and the average pay is CAD$7 to CAD$10 per hour.
Besides part-time jobs, many universities offer paid or unpaid internships for a few months during the length of the course, especially in post-graduate programmes. Students who complete a programme of two years or more, can receive a three-year work permit, within which time, they can apply for permanent residency, if they choose to stay longer