Tips For Attending Campus Tours

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There’s a lot to do before you go on a tour of what may be your future college or university. Things to see, speakers to listen to, brochures to bring home and totally read in your precious spare time. The entire process can be stressful but here is an outline of how you may want to approach campus visits with us.

Before the Tour: Review the colleges and universities we’ll be visiting and try to decide which will be the best place for you. If you’ve always wanted to pursue your education in a large city or small town, focus on schools in that type of setting. Be sure to also go over the kinds of programs that are available at these schools. Finding the program you want in a location you like will help you know what campuses to focus on.

During the Tour: Ask questions, interact with people and take notes. With five colleges and five universities to see on a Canada Campus Visits tour, there will be loads of information available to help you decide what school to make your study abroad destination.

After the Tour: If your final decision isn’t an obvious one, don’t worry. Review the information you have from the tour and don’t be afraid to follow-up with the institutions you’re interested in if you have questions. Choosing where you want to study overseas is a big decision but you shouldn’t rush to make it. Go over your notes, remember what you liked about each campus and follow your heart.

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UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY

A 2018 study conducted by Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) signifies the quality of Canadian education system as the primary reason for international students to choose Canada. However, selecting the right institution is a complex task and usually filled with apprehension and anxiety. It is at this stage that Canada Campus Visits comes in.

Being one of the better academic advisory providers for your success, Canada Campus Visits has revolutionized the landscape by conducting exclusive education tours for international students who wish to study in Canada.

Conducted quarterly, these educational tours offer a real sense of campus life as students get a chance to interact with college faculties and meet admission counselors, professors, labs, dormitories, and more. Students attending these tours are provided with the necessary to make an informed decision.