The number of international students coming to Canada is constantly growing, not only because schools maintain high standards of academic excellence and are consistently in top international rankings, but because it is a safe and multicultural country.
Students will gain a high-quality education that will benefit their careers over the long term.
Canada Campus Visits enthusiastically encourages international students who are considering coming to study in Canada to be part of this exciting opportunity. Our participants gain valuable knowledge searching for a post-secondary education that will suit their personality and needs.
Our mission is to give our participants the ability to make an educated and knowledgeable choice of where they want to further their education. Our organization is focused on giving participants the opportunity to see and define the qualities they look for in a school, interact with interesting people from all over the world and explore fascinating places.
At Canada Campus Visits, we are experts in providing first-class campus tour experiences. As a result, our tours provide not only a quality learning experience, but also comfortable accommodations, meals and local transportation. Our attention to detail helps participants to focus on the amazing educational and fun experience of the tours.
Participants will see a wide range of colleges so that by the end of the tour, they will have experienced unique aspects of each institution and captured a “feel” for the student life in Canada. Along the way, students will receive advice directly from admissions officers, current college students, and Canada Campus Visits counselors. And as a deserved break from mapping out futures, participants will also be treated to a variety of engaging activities across Canada’s beautiful landscapes while our counselors maintain a safe and scheduled environment.
The Vision is to strengthen our position as the leading Campus Visits Organization providing quality, fun, competitive and valuable services in Canada.
About Our Team Leaders
After graduating with a BS & MBA from New York, Husain moved to Toronto in 2000 and ever since has been active in the education sector. With many years of solid experience in the Canadian educational ecosystem, Husain is well known for his work on international student enrollment and has received many accolades for promoting international education in the form of partnerships, affiliations, joint ventures and has spoken at many education conferences. Having founded the Canada India Education Council (CIEC) in 2003, he plays a key role in driving the internationalization initiatives of Canadian colleges and universities, including more than 15 years organizing international events.
Karen Strang was the Director of International Initiatives at Nipissing University and held various international relations positions at Wilfrid Laurier University for a combined period of 20 years. During that time she traveled to over 30 countries, presented at several national and international conferences and workshops, secured funded consortium projects, established partnership agreements, and conducted numerous intercultural training workshops.
Karen established and operated study tours for Mexican students for 7 years and coordinated teaching placements for over 400 Bachelor of Education students in various countries. All of these programs required a high level of risk management and attention to detail. She also served on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE).
Karen’s academic credentials are in Recreation Leadership, Communication Studies, and Intercultural Studies. In 2015 Karen established her own business “Strang Intercultural Solutions” offering three key services: keynote speaking; intercultural training for new immigrants and our domestic workplaces; and consulting for academic institutions and businesses on international engagement issues to support corporates, non-profits and service organizations, and academic sectors to build business alliances across cultures.