Grand RoadShow 2021| Coming Soon

Grand RoadShow 2021| Coming Soon

Dear students,
KIEC, the leading educational consultancy, is coming back with “Grand Roadshow 2021-Study in Australia, UK, USA & Canada”.

We are coming to every KIEC branch located in different cities of Nepal with our industry experts and experienced counselors. This time we are aiming to solve the mysteries surrounding your study abroad prospects. This grand event will open the doors for you to fulfill your dream of pursuing higher education in Australia, the UK, the USA, and Canada.
We are already excited to assist you. Are you???

#DiscussYourStudyOptionsWithUs
#KIEC_GrandRoadshow2021

PGW Update in Canada for intl Students.

PGW Update in Canada for intl Students.

International students in Canada with expired post-graduation work permits(PGWPs) can now apply for an 18 month “open work permit”. As per the Canadian government, over 50,000 international students will be benefitted from this new policy. 
These students in Canada will now be able to seek job opportunities and remain in Canada. This policy will open doors for them to gain Canadian work experience and ultimately be eligible to apply for Canadian residency.

How to apply

For international students to be eligible for the open work permit, they must be in Canada and also:

  • Have either a PGWP that expired on or after 30 January 2020 or a PGWP that expires in four months or less from the date of application;
  • A valid temporary status or be applying to restore their status.

The application process will open 27 January and remain open until 27 July 2021. Details will soon be posted on the IRCC website.


For more information: http://bit.ly/IntlStudentPSW_Canada

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UK suspends physical classes until at least mid-February

UK suspends physical classes until at least mid-February

UK is now under a strict lockdown due to a rise in new Covid cases. People are instructed to stay home and can go out only for essential purposes(e.g., groceries and medical needs). All schools and universities are given instruction to deliver online classes until at least mid-February. As for International students who are planning to travel to the UK, they are required to delay their travel plans if travel plans can be rearranged without undue costs. However, for those who do need to travel, they must complete a passenger locator form on arrival in the UK, and passengers traveling from a country, not on the exemption list will need to self-isolate in their accommodation for 10 days. #DiscussYourStudyOptionWithUs#StudyInUK#CovidUpdate#KIEC

KIEC Study In UK Admission Week

KIEC Study In UK Admission Week

Despite the sluggish economy and uncertainty of the future brought by the current pandemic, Nepalese students have shown a tremendous interest in the prospects of achieving their higher education in the UK. Seeing a great opportunity to facilitate the enthusiastic students and equip them with good information on the UK education system, KIEC, a leading educational consultancy in Nepal, has organized ‘UK Admission Week’, which will start from 29th of November and will go till 3rd of December.

This Admission Week aims to provide students with updated information on the UK education providers, their courses, scholarship opportunities, living conditions in the UK and many other aspects., Students deciding to apply to study in the UK will be given full assistance in their application process.

If you decide to kick start your processing to the UK during this week, you will have the following benefits:-

# A range of options for UK colleges and universities to pick from

# Various career-strengthening courses to choose from

# Maximum scholarship based on your profile

# Extra discount on your tuition fees

# Offer letter within 72 hours to meet Jan/Feb intake

# Detailed information on your study options

# Super priority service to meet Jan/Feb intake

# And, many more benefits

+2 exam on the way

+2 exam on the way

After a long wait, finally the opportunity to demonstrate your hard work, smartness and intelligence is in front of you. We know you are going to rock your exams. When you enter the exam hall with a positive mindset, you are bound to succeed. Don’t let fear get the better of you. KIEC wishes you oceans of good luck for your upcoming exams.Give your hundred percent. All the very best!!!

Australia to Ease Student Visa Arrangement

Australia to Ease Student Visa Arrangement

The Morrison Government is making a number of changes to student visa arrangements to ensure Australia remains a priority destination for international students as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
International students are extremely important to Australia and our economy, contributing $40 billion annually and supporting 250,000 jobs. Many also go on to become great Australian citizens.
 
While the closure of our international borders has been critical to our success in slowing the spread of the coronavirus, and Australia has been a leader in this regard, it has presented challenges to the education sector and students, both here and offshore.
 
These five visa changes will ensure international students are not worse off due to the coronavirus pandemic and that Australia remains competitive with other countries.
 
The changes include:
 
👉The Government will recommence granting student visas in all locations lodged outside Australia. This means when borders re-open, students will already have visas and be able to make arrangements to travel.
 
👉International students will be able to lodge a further student visa application free of charge if they are unable to complete their studies within their original visa validity due to COVID-19.
 
👉Current student visa holders studying online outside Australia due to COVID-19 will be able to use that study to count towards the Australian study requirement for a post-study work visa.
 
👉Graduates who held a student visa will be eligible to apply for a post-study work visa outside Australia if they are unable to return due to COVID-19.
 
👉Additional time will be given for applicants to provide English language results where COVID-19 has disrupted access to these services.
 
Acting Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alan Tudge said the changes provide assurance to international students already in Australia and those who haven’t been able to travel due to COVID-19 border closures.
 
“These measures back the international education sector – our fourth largest export sector – and will assist its recovery,” Mr Tudge said.
 
“In making these changes, we have been guided by the principles that the health of Australians is key, but that international students should not be further disadvantaged by COVID-19.
 
“We are a welcoming nation with a world-class education system and some of the lowest rates of COVID-19 in the world. Students want to study here and we want to welcome them back in a safe and measured way when it is safe to do so.
 
“Doing so will not only support the education sector, it will also have flow-on effects for many local communities and businesses, including accommodation services, tourism, hospitality and retail.”
 
Minister for Education Dan Tehan said the changes would give international students confidence in their visa arrangements so they can make plans to study in Australia when it is safe to do so.
 
“Our remarkable efforts in controlling the spread of the virus mean we can begin to welcome back international students in a COVID safe way once state borders re-open and face-to-face learning resumes,” Mr Tehan said.
 
“As well as supporting jobs, international education builds our connection to the rest of the world and supports a number of critical industries like health, aged and disability care.”
 
The Government has previously relaxed work restrictions for international students working in the health, aged and disability care sectors during the COVID-19 pandemic. It has also been flexible in cases where the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented international students meeting their visa conditions, such as not being able attend classes in person.
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