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Student Projects Overview

The core differentiator of the Master of Digital Media program and other comparable Masters programs is the  emphasis of experiential learning through project courses.  In fact,  65% of MDM coursework is project-based.  All Projects courses, from the first term to the last term, have teams of 3 to 6 students spend four months working on projects to develop prototypes or applications from concept to deliverable. Each Projects course builds upon the skills learned in the previous term so that graduating students are comfortable with all issues—from dealing with...

Top Reasons to Study in Canada

Canada is slowly becoming one of the popular study destinations for Indian students who are looking for study abroad alternatives to USA and UK. The excellent higher education institutions along with the benefit of studying in one of the best locations in a new culture provide a great value to many students. Here we list some of the top reasons one should study in Canada. International students can have affordable Education : It is not without any reason but rightly said that the quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world. But at the same...

My Experience As a Digital Media Design Intern at Rainmaker

An internship is a core component of the Master of Digital Media program. It’s a chance for MDM students to take what they’ve learned and apply it to a work setting. Students accept internships in a variety of industries and roles, and most students are very pleased with the level of hands-on experience that they get, while employers are blown away by the talent and expertise that MDM students bring to the company.   In Fall 2015, Carlos Duralde took an internship as a Digital Media Designer with Rainmaker Entertainment, an animation and design company here in...

$1000 CollegeWeekLive Scholarship Giveaway!

CollegeWeekLive makes it easy to find information on the college of your choice, with online college fair events happening nearly every day.  CollegeWeekLive is free to join , and offers scholarships and special promotions exclusively to those who register, login and attend events.  Just register at CollegeWeekLive, search for colleges of interest to you-and you could win $1,000! Entry takes just a few minutes.  Follow these simple steps to win : Register for CollegeWeekLive  Visit 3 colleges of your choice when you’re logged in ...

Indian students form the second largest group in Canada college

Indian students form the second largest student group in Canada’s Seneca College , with around 1,000 of them comprising a quarter of the international student population of the college. The most popular subjects among the Indian students include the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)-related ones, such as computer networking, software development, security informatics, international business, global logistics, etc. Moreover, animation and aviation courses are also a hit with Indian students. According to officials of Seneca College, the main focus of the...

Canada varsity to offer merit-based scholarships to UG Indian students

The University of British Columbia (UBC) in Canada will offer merit-based scholarships to students from India who join the undergraduate (UG) degree programs at the varsity. UBC will allocate a quarter of a million dollars in non-public funds for the scholarships. The varsity will offer 11 outstanding international student awards, each for $10,000 as well as five international major entrance scholarships, each worth $28,000 or $7,000 per year for a period of four years, to students hailing from India with outstanding academic accomplishment. The initial awards will be tenable for...

Study permit applications from India to Canada shoot up by 15%

Canada is fast emerging as a much preferred destination for higher studies for Indian students, with a 15% year-to-date rise of study permit applications that the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi received. This year, 14,000 study permits have been issued for Canada. There has also been a notable change in the choices of students for courses to be pursued in Canada, as was evident during the recently held Council of International Schools (CIS) universities tour of India. The event saw many Indian students aspiring to pursue courses in Liberal Arts. There were enquiries regarding...

Research opportunities bountiful for Indian students in Canada

Canada offers bountiful research opportunities for students from India, apart from being a much preferred destination for higher studies. Most of the Canadian students prefer to take up jobs after graduation. Hence, universities in the country are wooing foreign students for postgraduate (PG) or doctoral studies to boost their research activities. Most universities in Canada are research-intensive with advanced infrastructural facilities. However, they do not have the required number of students, according to officials of the University of Saskatchewan . In fact the...

Canada trying to attract Indian students with new rules

With UK losing numbers, there are several countries which are trying to attract the Indian students who are going abroad in unprecedented numbers. In this regard, Australia , Canada and New Zealand have become the next most popular destinations, on the back of easier visa norms and more scholarships for Indian students. Experts say that Canada has grown manifold in the past four years, while the US was still the first choice. According to reports, new rules that aim to strengthen Canada's status as a study destination of choice for prospective international students will...

Canada looking to invite more Indian students

Indian students are in demand now with universities from various countries are looking at increasing Indian student population in their campuses and Canada is among them. It has been reported that Canada is looking to increase not just the number of international students from India to their educational institutions but also the number of Canadian students to India. According to reports, Indian students constitute the second largest populace of international students in Canada, which has witnessed four-fold increase from 2008. Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada, David...

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