International Students

Welcome to CAIRN Consortium (International Education Counseling Network)

 

Every year, Nepalese Youths and Adults in search of Adult Continuous Education (Skills Foundation Courses) contact our CAIRN Consortium (EU-NGO International Education Counseling Network) because of its reputation gathered since 20 years delivering social and educational services in the target site Bauddha KTM NP. Known for its high education professional ability and its dedication to elaborate suitable Curriculum Development Options fitting both with the needs and priorities of the target-site(s), as well as with the existing resources and options based abroad, the CAIRN educational counseling services ethics, expertise and commitment for helping local applicants to reach their personal professional and/or academic goals has been shared by many. The CAIRN Consortium Supervision Network, comprising lecturers, coordinators and professors in France, Belgium, UK, USA, Canada and several other countries, is well-recognized for the quality services for Nepalese applicants.

The CAIRN Consortium High Education Counselling Network is here to assist you with defining the best options and process for your Adult Continuous Education / Professional Skills Foundation Courses in Europe, UK and Canada. Please contact us at : william_rene@hotmail.com ! We would love to hear from you!

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Work Off Campus while you study!

Eligible International Adult Students can work part-time, aside from the minimum 22 hours per week training and study, in/off the campus during their registered period.

The CAIRN programme options are accordingly of high value resource for immigrants already in the region, and whom may consider while in situ (pre-immigration) to process change of status from international students to permanent residence after gaining the local market niche useful skills suitable for applying job or further study.

 



 

 BIODATA (SUMMARY)

Name and Date of Birth

 Status:

 Sex:

 Passport Nb:                                  Valid from:                               Upto:  

Last Name
(Surname or Family Name)

First (Given) Name

Middle (Second) Name

Date of Birth: Year Month Day

Country of Citizenship

 

Mailing Address (complete contact address, including cell phone(s) and email)



Street Number and Name, Apartment Number, Post Office Box Number,
City, Province/State, Country and Postal Cod

 

Communication


Telephone:Area Code and Number


Fax:Area Code and Number


E-mail Address

 

Program Selection

Choice

Program Name

Preparatory

ESL/English Language Studies  / Yes :            /   No :

1

2

Start Date:      Sept. Oct*. Jan. Mar.* May Jun*.

Note * Only available for admission to the English Language Studies Program

 

Note: If applicants are fully qualified for their program choice in all areas except their English language skills (minimum TOEFL 550 with TWE of 4.5 or IELTS overall band of 6.0 with no band less than 5.5 (Diploma/Certificate) and IELTS overall band of 6.5 with no band less than 6.0 (Post Graduate and Degree) they will be required to complete the ESL/English Language Studies program.

 

 

 

Citizenship ID::

 

Sponsor:

 

Self sponsored:

 

Financial Ressources:

 

 Per Diem Guarantees / Retainer

 

Kindly provide us with the legal translation copies (please show us originals) of your :

·                                 Secondary School Transcript(s) SLC / SLC + 2 / Interm / …. :

·                                 College/University transcript(s), if applicable

·                                 English Language Test Results (TOEFL, IELTS, etc), if applicable

·                                 Other transcript(s), if applicable

      Submit Euros 250 (NRs. 25,000) process application fee, which must be received for process.

To:

 International Coordinator /

 CAIRN Consortium (International Education Counseling Network)

I certify that the above information is true and complete. I understand that any false or incomplete information submitted in support of my application may invalidate my application.

 

 Date:                            Signed:                                               Sponsor:

 

Collection and Use of Personal Information

The information obtained on this application will be used by the CAIRN Consortium and its selected Academic Supervision Board Partners (College) for making decisions related to the admission process and later for administrative STUDY PERMIT / TEMPORARY RESIDENT STUDY VISA submission purposes. The information may be shared with the Immigration, Consulate, Chancery and all other required legal agencies involved in study visas and College Application Service as part of the admissions process.  

 

Additional Information / Remarks:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Part Time / Skills Training Program Title

Campus

Start

Pgm #

Length

Cred.

Status

Academic and Career Entrance

 

 

1149

530Hrs

OCC

 

Accounting and Information Technology (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1109

744Hrs

OCGC

A

Advanced Business Studies

 

 

1108

140Hrs

C

 

Advanced Digital Imaging and Design

 

 

1102

288Hrs

C

A

Advanced Excel Applications

 

 

1190

144Hrs

C

A

Advanced Office Software Applications

 

 

1088

180Hrs

C

A

Advanced Quality Assurance

 

 

0460

225Hrs

C

A

American Sign Language - Basic Skills

 

 

0889

336Hrs

OCC

A

Applied Counselling (Post-Graduate)

 

 

0936

300Hrs

OCGC

A

Applied Organizational Leadership and Development (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1152

216Hrs

OCGC

A

Autism and Behavioural Science

 

 

1260

737Hrs

OCGC

A

Bartending

 

 

1144

249Hrs

OCC

A

Benefits Specialist

 

 

1182

357Hrs

C

A

Bookkeeping Clerk

 

 

0880

538Hrs

OCC

A

Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class I

 

 

0807

78Hrs

OCC

A

Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class II

 

 

0806

273Hrs

C

A

Business Foundations

 

 

1187

531Hrs

OCC

A

Business Writing

 

 

1272

277Hrs

C

A

Cardiac Care - Registered Nurse (Post Graduate)

 

 

0493

165Hrs

OCGC

A

Career Development Foundations

 

 

0998

225Hrs

OCC

A

Career Development Practitioner (Post-Graduate)

 

 

0869

695Hrs

OCGC

A

Client Relations

 

 

1261

315Hrs

C

A

CNC/MasterCAM Programming

 

 

1226

222Hrs

C

A

Community Advocacy

 

 

1273

80Hrs

COA

A

Community and Social Service Management (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1276

540Hrs

OCGC

A

Compensation Specialist

 

 

1183

351Hrs

C

A

Computer Numerical Control Machining

D
G

SEP10
SEP10

0839

352Hrs

OCC

A
A

Construction Estimator

 

 

0873

195Hrs

OCC

A

Creative Writing

 

 

1162

234Hrs

C

A

Criminal Psychology and Behaviour

 

 

1266

309Hrs

C

 

Critical Care Nursing - Registered Nurse (Post-Graduate)

 

 

0479

396Hrs

OCGC

A

Culinary Fundamentals

 

 

1045

367Hrs

OCC

A

Dementia Studies - Multidiscipline (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1029

285Hrs

OCGC

A

Development with Microsoft SQL Server

 

 

0018

216Hrs

C

A

Diabetes Education (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1262

200Hrs

OCGC

A

Digital Imaging

 

 

1134

288Hrs

C

A

Downtown Revitalization

 

 

1270

318Hrs

C

A

Early Childhood Educator (Apprenticeship)

 

 

1184

1127Hrs

OCC

 

Educational Assistant

D
G
S
W

SEP10
SEP10
SEP10
SEP10

1027

399Hrs

OCC

A
A
A
A

Emergency Nursing - Registered Nurse (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1157

324Hrs

OCGC

A

English for Business: High Technology Option

 

 

1228

180Hrs

C

A

English for Hospitality

 

 

1268

135Hrs

COA

A

Entrepreneurship and Small Business

 

 

0855

180Hrs

OCC

A

Esthetics

 

 

1161

445Hrs

OCC

A

Event Management (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1150

615Hrs

OCGC

A

Financial Planning Services (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1032

600Hrs

OCGC

A

Food Processing Leadership

 

 

1250

210Hrs

C

A

Food Service Worker

 

 

0793

148Hrs

C

A

French Language

 

 

1180

261Hrs

C

A

Fundamentals of Developmental Disabilities

 

 

1284

351Hrs

C

A

Fundraising Practitioner

 

 

0911

148Hrs

OCC

A

General Arts and Science - One-Year

 

 

0789

531Hrs

OCC

A

General Business

 

 

0062

1128Hrs

OCD

A

General Drafting (Specialized Options)

 

 

0835

504Hrs

OCC

A

Geographical Information Systems

 

 

1203

312Hrs

C

A

Graphic Design - Software Applications

 

 

1267

396Hrs

OCC

A

Health Services Receptionist

 

 

1230

531Hrs

C

A

Home Inspection

 

 

1107

450Hrs

OCC

A

Human Resources

 

 

0815

414Hrs

OCC

A

Human Resources Management (Post-Graduate)

 

 

0965

628Hrs

OCGC

 

Import and Export Business

 

 

1249

270Hrs

C

 

Industrial Engineering - Advanced

 

 

0788

351Hrs

OCC

A

Industrial Engineering - Basic

 

 

0764

321Hrs

OCC

A

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic

 

 

0449

684Hrs

OCC

A

Insurance Essentials

 

 

1248

468Hrs

C

A

Intercultural Relations

 

 

1192

248Hrs

C

A

Interior Decorating

 

 

1160

330Hrs

OCC

A

Introduction To Production And Inventory Control

 

 

0849

300Hrs

OCC

A

IV Therapy - Registered Nurse (Post-Graduate)

 

 

0784

103Hrs

OCGC

A

IV Therapy - Registered Practical Nurse (Post-Graduate)

 

 

0863

68Hrs

OCGC

A

Job Development Professional

 

 

1283

180Hrs

C

A

Language Interpreter Training

 

 

1188

180Hrs

C

A

Law Enforcement And Investigation

 

 

0819

360Hrs

OCC

A

Leadership Development Series

 

 

1258

300Hrs

C

A

Library and Information Technician

 

 

1191

1128Hrs

OCD

A

Machine Tool Setter Operator

 

 

0413

780Hrs

OCC

A

Maintenance Management Professional

 

 

1235

210Hrs

C

A

Management Skills

 

 

1052

505Hrs

OCC

A

Manufacturing Engineering

 

 

1210

432Hrs

C

A

Manufacturing Leadership

 

SEP09
SEP10

1234

150Hrs

C

A
A

Mechanical CAD

 

 

1091

198Hrs

OCC

A

Medical Transcription

 

 

1138

300Hrs

C

A

Microsoft Office Specialist

 

 

1263

255Hrs

C

A

Military Arts and Sciences


Doon

SEP10
SEP10
JAN11
APR11

1195

903Hrs

OCD

A
A
A
A

Municipal Law Clerk

 

 

0945

342Hrs

OCC

A

Network Fundamentals

 

 

0017

504Hrs

C

A

Nutrition for Dietetic Practice

 

 

1277

275Hrs

C

 

Occupational Health and Safety

 

 

0494

288Hrs

OCC

A

Office Administration - Executive

 

 

1096

1095Hrs

OCD

A

Office Administration - General

 

 

1095

570Hrs

OCC

A

Office Software Applications

 

 

1087

216Hrs

C

A

Oncology Nursing - Registered Nurse (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1255

315Hrs

OCGC

A

Oncology Nursing - Registered Practical Nurse(Post-Graduate)

 

 

1254

180Hrs

OCGC

A

Palliative Care

 

 

1253

227Hrs

C

A

Payroll Administration

 

 

0964

447Hrs

C

A

Perinatal Nursing - Registered Nurse (Post-Graduate)

 

 

0954

334Hrs

OCGC

A

Perioperative Nursing - Registered Nurse (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1118

490Hrs

OCGC

A

Perioperative Nursing - Registered Practical Nurse (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1119

490Hrs

OCGC

A

Personal Support Worker

 

 

1165

707Hrs

OCC

A

Photography

 

 

0960

300Hrs

OCC

A

Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training

 

 

1074

924Hrs

OCC

A

Private Home Child Care

 

 

1259

555Hrs

OCC

A

Professional Accounting Practice (Post-Graduate)

 

 

0611

855Hrs

OCGC

A

Programmable Logic Controllers Techniques

 

 

1085

-

C

 

Programming with Visual Basic

 

 

1086

252Hrs

OCC

A

Project Management

 

 

1237

252Hrs

C

S

Public Administration - Municipal Services

 

 

1275

1233Hrs

OCD

A

Quality Assurance

 

 

0452

282Hrs

OCC

A

Records and Information Management

 

 

1265

240Hrs

C

A

Recreation And Leisure Services

 

 

0008

1315Hrs

OCD

A

Recreation Management for Older Adults (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1130

425Hrs

OCGC

A

Registered Practical Nurse Upgrading

 

 

1082

520Hrs

ND

A

Retail Florist

 

 

0924

382Hrs

OCC

A

Retail Operations

 

 

1238

540Hrs

OCC

A

Senior Leadership and Management in the Not-For-Profit Sector

 

 

1269

450Hrs

C

A

Senior Project Management

 

 

1177

216Hrs

C

S

SolidWorks Operator

 

 

1300

180Hrs

C

A

Spanish Language

 

 

1181

261Hrs

C

A

Sterile Supply Processing

 

 

1256

237Hrs

OCC

A

Teacher of Adults - Literacy Educator

 

 

0961

345Hrs

OCC

A

Teacher/Trainer for Online Learning

 

 

1179

252Hrs

C

A

Teacher/Trainer Of Adults

 

 

0879

276Hrs

OCC

A

Teaching English As A Second Language (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1008

405Hrs

OCGC

A

Technical Instructor In Adult Training

 

 

1031

437Hrs

OCC

 

Technical Support

 

 

1189

387Hrs

C

A

Travel Consulting

 

 

0877

330Hrs

OCC

A

Volunteer Management

 

 

1239

128Hrs

C

A

Warehousing - Level I

 

 

1012

207Hrs

C

A

Warehousing - Level II

 

 

1143

180Hrs

C

A

Web Applications for Microsoft.NET

 

 

1120

252Hrs

C

A

Webmaster

 

 

1003

450Hrs

OCC

A

Working With Dementia Clients - Multidiscipline (Post- Graduate)

 

 

1030

186Hrs

OCGC

A

Writing to Publish

 

 

1264

315Hrs

C

A

Youth Recreation Leadership (Post-Graduate)

 

 

1055

410Hrs

OCGC

A

Legend:

School Code

 

Credential Code

 

Status Code

BUS

Business and Hospitality

CAA

Career and Academic Access

CLI

Conestoga Language Institute

EIT

Engineering & Information Technology

HLC

Health and Life Science, and Community Services

LS

Liberal Studies

MD

Media & Design

TAP

Trades and Apprenticeship

 

 

BAB

Bachelor of Business Administration

BAHSc

Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences

BAHS

Bachelor of Applied Human Services

BAT

Bachelor Applied Techno

BCC

Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice

BE

Bachelor of Engineering

BIR

Bachelor of Interior Design

BPR

Bachelor Public Relations

C

Certificate

CA

Certificate of Achievement

D

Degree

OCAD

College Adv Diploma

OCC

College Certificate

OCD

College Diploma

OCGC

College Graduate Certif.

 

 

A

Any Time / Continuous

C

Closed

O

Open

S

Suspended

T

Transfer Option

W

Wait List

 

 

 

 

 

 

Testing/Assessments

Assessments and Tests Offered through the School of Career and Academic Access

Academic Assessment
If you are interested in Academic Upgrading you will start with a general “Academic Assessment” to determine the level of your academic knowledge and skills in math and communications. The results of the assessment assist you and your teacher to develop your individualized “Learning Plan” to reach your educational goal successfully.

TOWES – Testing of Workplace Essential Skills
Essential Skills are the skills needed for work, learning and life. They provide the foundation for learning all other skills and enable people to evolve with their jobs and adapt to workplace change.
TOWES is an effective assessment that accurately measures three Essential Skills needed for safe and productive employment: Reading Text, Document Use, and Numeracy.
Assessment results advise test takers whether they meet the Essential Skills levels required for their chosen occupation.

Other Assessments and Tests
For information on other Testing Services provided by Conestoga College:

§     IELTS - International English Language Testing System

§     Exemption Testing - For Apprentices & Non-Apprentices

§     PLAR - Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition

§     Pre-Admission Test - English, Mathematics and Science Assessment

 

 

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English Language Studies

4-level certificate language skills program to prepare students for further studies at colleges/universities or further professional skills activities.

English Courses

Eligibility: Must be a landed immigrant, permanent resident or a convention refugee to Canada. Open. An in-house placement test OR a TOEFL or IELTS score determines your level. Start dates in September, January, May. For information, pls. contact us.

Admissions

§     Programs Available

§     MoU Pedagogic Contract

§     The Study Permit / Temporary Resident Visa


Documents - Confirm that you meet the degree program admission requirements.

About the Program

Our four-level English Language Studies program focuses on the listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills required for college/university studies. Students start at a level determined by scores on an in-house or internationally recognized English language test such as TOEFL or IELTS.

There is an increased academic focus at levels 3 and 4. Concurrent with English studies, students take post-secondary credit courses including Student Success for Higher Learning.

This program is designed for students whose first language is not English.

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Program Facts

Length: 4-level College Certificate Program
Location: D
Start: September, January and May (Levels 1, 2, 3 & 4)
First-Year Capacity: 300
Tuition: Please refer to CAIRN for more detail
*Fees are higher for international students on a Student Visa.
*Recreation/Athletics, Graduation/Alumni, Insurance, as well as program-related costs such as books and supplies are additional.

Admission Requirements

Secondary School Diploma, or equivalent, OR 19 years of age or older.

Admission Procedures

·                                 Complete and submit Application form.

·                                 Applicants to the program will be required to write the English Language Studies In-House Examination to determine placement in the correct level in the program OR submit test scores from internationally recognized English language tests for placement in the correct level in the program e.g. IELTS, TOEFL, TWE, MELAB, EIKEN.

·                                 An assessment of program suitability through an interview with program personnel may be required.

Graduate Opportunities

Students who have successfully completed this program will have met the English language requirement for most post-secondary diploma programs at Conestoga.

Degree Completion Opportunities

Conestoga College is dedicated to creating exciting and flexible degree completion opportunities for many programs for current, former and prospective students. Learn how a Conestoga education can respond to the community's demand for a skilled workforce and help you to reach your goal of a challenging and rewarding career.

Visit our Degree Completion Opportunities website.

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)

Adults with significant life and work experience may receive credits toward a college certificate or diploma program through an assessment process. The learning may have taken place through employment, non-credit courses, independent study, conferences and seminars or volunteer activities. Prior learning must be measurable at the college level and meet Conestoga's standards of achievement for current courses. Evaluation is done through a challenge exam or portfolio development. Successful completion results in a credit on a Conestoga College transcript.

Financial Assistance

The Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is a needs based program designed to help Ontario students cover the cost of post-secondary education. Funded by the federal and provincial governments, OSAP is intended to promote equality of opportunity for post-secondary studies through direct financial assistance for educational costs and living expenses. These interest-free loans are intended to supplement your financial resources and those of your family. The majority of students apply for loan assistance via the OSAP website: http://osap.gov.on.ca/. Students can also print the application booklet through the OSAP website. Applying on line is free, applying via the application booklet costs $10.00.

For more information, please visit Financial Aid/Awards.

Program Advisory Committees

The College appoints Program Advisory Committee members for diploma, degree, certificate and apprenticeship programs. Committees are composed of employers, practitioners and recent program graduates. College representatives (students, faculty, and administrators) are resource persons. Each committee advises the Board on the development of new programs, the monitoring of existing programs and community acceptance of programs.

For a list of the current members, please visit our Program Advisory Committees.

How to Apply

Students should apply online at http://www.ontariocolleges.ca/ or by phone at 1-888-892-2228.

ONTARIOCOLLEGES.CA
60 Corporate Court
Guelph, Ontario
Canada N1G 5J3

The College reserves the right to alter information including requirements and fees and to cancel at any time a program, course, or program major or option; to change the location and/or term in which a program or course is offered; to change the program curriculum as necessary to meet current competencies in the job market or for budgetary reasons; or to withdraw an offer of admission both prior to and after its acceptance by an applicant or student because of insufficient applications or registrations, over-acceptance of offers of admission, budgetary constraints, or for other such reasons. In the event the College exercises such a right, the College’s sole liability will be the return of monies paid by the applicant or student to the College.

 

 

 

 

 

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Pro-format CAIRN / LAAP  (Canada/UK-/EU-) Personal Cultural Visa Invitation Letter

CC: Embassy, Consulate, CAIRN, J&J, LAAP

 

To the kind attention of………………………………,

 

 

 

Dear ………………………………….,

 

On behalf of the CAIRN Consortium (EU-NGO), J&J (CAN) and UCL/POLS/ANSO/LAAP, We, Professor(s) Julie Switaj, A-M Vuillemenot, Ian Clegg and Mike Singleton, wish to cordially invite you to proceed at the appropriate time at the Consulate KTM, under guidance of our International Coordinator in Nepal: Dr. William R LEON, with your Visa Application for a Study Permit / Study Temporary Resident Visa / Cultural Exchange Visa Acceptance Letter appended herewith, as well as with your valid Passport and all other supporting documents, as required under the present Pedagogic Contract (MoU) which was duly agreed with you.

 

The present Original Letter of Invitation / Acceptance Letter appended, has been issued by the signatories, after the REQUIRED ADULT EDUCATION / FOUNDATION COURSES ITEMIZED PROGRAMMATION & CURICULUM DEVELOPMENT has been negotiated between you and the Supervisors. It must be appended to your Application, while further references to the Study Visa conditions, as applying to Nepalese citizens, are listed for your kind attention herewith.

 

Beside this, kindly note that your Study Visa Per Diem Guarantee (Retainer value 1500 Euros) once duly proceeded and received by the concerned supervisors will cover our Process Fees and Supervision in situ, for a duration of 21 days, as defined under the required Study Visa Per Diem conditions and as duly agreed with you. This real costs Per Diem Guarantee is non-refundable.

 

We will provide you and the Chancery with all necessary details on programme options, itinerary, lodging in campus, guesthouses and/or private houses, health insurance, study permit, work permit, as well as academic related package, based upon the receipt in due time of the financial conditions defined in the present MoU. Our personal Coaching remains limited to10 days.

 

The current letter should allow you both to organize your leave from Nepal within the suggested period, as well as to give you enough time to organize obtain the Study Visa Application Interview at the Consulate in KTM Np or Embassy Delhi, under our Coordinator supervision in situ...

 

 

Date:

Signature(s):

Dr. William R LEON (KTM NP):

Dr. Julie Switaj (CAN):

Prof. Mike Singleton:

Prof. Vuillemenot:

 

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Could kindly verify the accuracy of your biodata before visa application, as being summarized hereunder :

 

YOUR BIODATA

Name:

Address:
Place of Birth: Nepal
Date of Birth: 
Sex:

Nationality:  Nepali
Date of birth: …                                                           
Place of Birth:
Nepal

Sex: Male/Female :

Profession:
Passport number:
Passport issued at : 
Date of issue: 
Validity upto date: 
Residence address in
Nepal:  
Place of Residence:

Academic Qualification (s):

Study Level:

High Education Institution or Open Learning:

Language Skills (TOEFL?) :

Other eventual expertise:

Artistic or spiritual professional references:
Name of eventual Sponsor Organization/NGOs/Gompa: ... 

Other professional experience:

Recommendation letters(s) issued by organization (s):
Applicant contact address: 
Tel (home):

Mobile: 
Fax:
Email:

Duration of intended study or visit in …………….: max. 6 months MoU
Talk French : 
Ever been in
Canada, Europe or UK before: 
Ever applied for
Canada, EU Schengen / Belgium, USA or UK Visa before :

Requested Year/period for Entry:
Define your Topic of  Research Project: …………….


DECLARATION
I,………………………………, hereby confirm that the information provided on this application form is
true, complete and accurate, and that no information requested here or other material information
has been omitted by me. I understand that CAIRN reserves the right to establish the authenticity of my application and that it reserves the right to cancel my application if false information has been provided.
Signature of Applicant:                                                                   Date:

…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REM:

 

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WAIVER / RECEIPT OF PER DIEM GUARANTEE & FEES PRIOR TO STUDY VISA SUBMISSION -

APPLICANT FULL AGREEMENT TO THE ABOVE INVITATION  LETTER  MoU (TOR):

 

"I AGREE" to the TERMS and CONDITIONS of the present MoU (Memorandum of Agreement),

including the Mandatory "DEPOSIT", "CANCELLATION/REFUND" & "WAIVER OF LIABILITY

AND RIGHTS", as specified on CAIRN Consortium Academic Exchange & Study Visa Programme.

 I, … ……………………………....... (FULL NAME)Haut du formulaire am confirming that I have read, understand,

voluntarily agree without inducement, and accept each and all booking terms, conditions and

policies set forth by the CAIRN Consortium, and that I duly understand all the terms of reference

hereof and voluntarily sign this MoU (original) document.

This includes my full understanding, agreement and compliance with the Programme Terms

of Reference (TOR) listed hereunder, as well as my compliance in full with the Curriculum proposed.

The appended Acceptance Invitation Letter and its supporting documents are drafted for confidential use only, to be restricted to the concerned Consulate, Embassy,  immigration agencies, UCL and SXC KTM.

All discussion, procedures, agreements or disagreements will remain under the sole jurisdiction

of the Belgium and/or Canada jurisdiction which supervises Academic International Exchange and Cultural

Visas thereupon.

The CAIRN Consortium Supervision partners TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY IN VISA GRANTING, per se!

The CAIRN Consortium (EU-NGO) is only responsible of the legal relevance and compliance

with the prevailing Curriculum Development Study & Cultural Visas rules and regulations, as well as

for the related agenda & programmation, The chosen areas campus/guesthouse/hotels bookings,

logistics between activities and sites, and initiatives listed in the annexed appended documents.

Accordingly, the CAIRN Consortium is in position to issue of the present letter under the Terms of Reference for Study Visa or Cultural Visa submission at the relevant services and related organizations.

The Cairn Consortium takes no responsibility in the fact of the Consulate/Embassy/Immigration will

approve, comment or request further clarification or further documentary evidences of the

Nepalese supporting documents presented by each applicant. This remains solely and legally

the applicants and Embassy’s juridiction. Process Fees are for real costs process, not for visas!  

The Study Visas Legal Per Diem Financial Guarantee is of  value: 1500 Euros,  100 Euros per day / 1 M,

as minimum required under the study visas regulations, to be effective before the Issuance

of the present Invitation Letter. This GUARANTEE is and will remain NON REFUNDABLE.

I, …………………………………………………… (FULL NAME) take the full responsibility of the passport,

biodata and all supporting documents, including proof of professional competence and

financial sustainability, all related to the Visa Application to be examined by Consul in KTM.

I understand that the CAIRN Consortium will endeavour with the help of the Honorary

Consul KTM to verify, comment and possibly ask me to complete my visa application file in

due time in KTM, for a batch submission and interview at Consulate KTM. I understand that

any delay, mistake or lapses may lead to financial loss, administrative delays or severance

of process, depending upon the case arising. 

Bas du formulaire

Agreement of the Applicant: ……………………..………………………

Signed in Kathmandu Nepal, on date: …………/ …………../ ………..

 

Cc: CAIRN/CETRI file RWL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ORGANIZATION – NGO – INDIVIDUAL SPONSOR AGREEMENT TO THE ABOVE MoU TOR/

RESPONSIBILITY OF THE FINANCIAL GUARANTEE (PER DIEM) EACH APPLICANT’s FILE:

"I AGREE" to the TERMS and CONDITIONS of the present MoU (Memorandum of Agreement),

including the Mandatory "DEPOSIT", "CANCELLATION/REFUND" & "WAIVER OF LIABILITY

AND RIGHTS", as specified on CAIRN Consortium Academic Exchange Programme Online.

As SPONSOR of the above named applicant, I, … ……………………………....... (FULL NAME)

Haut du formulaire am confirming that I have read, understand, voluntarily agree without inducement, and accept

each and all booking terms, conditions and policies set forth by CAIRN Consortium, and that

I understand the responsibility of sponsorship under the terms hereof and voluntarily sign this

MoU document. For agreement as Sponsor, namely:

Bas du formulaire

Agreement of the Sponsor: ……………….………………………………

Signed in Kathmandu Nepal, on date: …………/ …………../ ………..

ADDENDUM TO THE FINANCIAL GUARANTEE (PER DIEM): ………………………………………………………………………..

AMENDMENTS to the present TOR may be decided and agreed upon once in the EU/Belgium.

 

WAIVER / RECEIPTS OF PER DIEM GUARANTEE (RETAINER) & FEES (INSTALLMENTS): ……..

1st installment / date:                       amount:                                 Signature:

2nd installment / date :                      amount:                                 Signature:

….

 

PER DIEM FINANCIAL GUARANTEE / FEES : 1,500 EUROS, prior to Invitation Letter issuance to

Applicant, namely : Mr: ………………………………………….., Date: …………..  Signature:……..

REMAINING DUES AS PER TOR, prior to Submission of visas file and Interview KTM for

Applicant, namely : Mr…………………………………………….., Date:…………….. Signature:………

 

 

TERMINATION OF FILE, INCL. INSURANCE & FLIGHT BOOKING: …………., …………………….

THE ABOVE SERVES AS ACADEMIC CONTRACT (MOU) FEES RECEIPT, NO INVOICE

ARE TO BE FURTHER DECLARED BY EITHER UCL, CETRI, LAAP OR CAIRN KTM NP.

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English Language Studies

College: CONS   Program: 0389   Campus: DO

Course Information

Course #

Courses

Level One

ELS1090

Pronunciation I

Description: This is the first of four courses in pronunciation. In this course, students begin to learn to produce vowel and consonant sounds through identification of articulators and areas of articulation, air pathways, and vibration of vocal cords. Stress and intonation are introduced.

Hours: 75

Credits: 5

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1130

Reading Comprehension I

Description: This is the first of four courses in reading. Vocabulary building is the major focus in this course. Students also practice scanning for information in a variety of everyday texts. Recognizing basic grammatical sentence elements is also emphasized. Both intensive and extensive reading are encouraged.

Hours: 75

Credits: 5

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1170

Listening and Speaking I

Description: Students learn language functions used in social interaction. Topics such as the use of telephone and banking services are introduced. Discussion centres around clothing, entertainment, and health. Listening exercises improve aural comprehension.

Hours: 75

Credits: 5

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1350

Written Communication Skills I

Description: This is the first of four courses in written communication. Students learn the basic grammatical structures used in speech and writing, with emphasis on the use of basic tense forms and familiarity with the functions of the parts of speech. Basic rules of lexicography are covered. This is then applied to paragraph development. Journal writing is introduced.

Hours: 120

Credits: 8

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

Level Two

ELS1100

Pronunciation II

Description: This is the second of four courses in pronunciation. Factors affecting comprehensibility such as syllable and sentence stress and unstress, intonation and rhythm are a focus. Students continue to learn to produce vowel and consonant sounds and to practice pronunciation features such as linking and spelling/sound correspondence. The correspondence between pronunciation and paralinguistic cures is introduced.

Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1140

Reading Comprehension II

Description: This is the second of four courses in reading. Students continue to work on scanning exercises as well as begin to skim short texts related to topics such as health, education, and entertainment. In this course, students begin to focus on recognizing a variety of reading structures. Students use both top-down and bottom-up processing skills to decode meaning from texts. Vocabulary building continues to be a major focus in this course.

Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Pre-Requisites:

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ELS1180

Listening and Speaking II

Description: Students review and continue to learn language functions used in social interaction. Topics such as the use of telephone and banking services are continued. Discussion of emergency procedures, health, entertainment, and education continue. Listening exercises improve aural comprehension, and dictations introduce lecture note-taking skills. Impromptu speeches on a variety of general topics are introduced.

Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1360

Written Communication Skills II

Description: This is the second of four courses in written communication. Emphasis is placed on the development and use of basic English structures and verb tenses, including present perfect and past progressive tenses, past participles, modals and gerunds. Structures are practiced in several paragraph types leading to the production of simple essays. In addition, students are required to keep a journal throughout the course. The writing of simple business and personal letters is encouraged.

Hours: 90

Credits: 6

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

LIBS1020

Canadian Perspectives I

Description: IELTS/TOEFL and Canadian Language Benchmarks Level 4/5 Reading.

Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

Level Three

ELS1110

Pronunciation III

Description: Specific areas to target are determined through an individual pronunciation analysis. Stress, rhythm, and intonation as features of speech which have great impact on intelligibility are emphasized. Students continue to learn to produce vowels, consonants, and consonant blends through practise and identification of articulators and areas of articulation, air pathways, and vibration of vocal cords. Students are encouraged to listen for their specific pronunciation errors, attempt to self-correct them, and move toward more natural-sounding speech.

Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1150

Reading Comprehension III

Description: In this course, students develop analytical and comprehension skills through reading and studying texts of intermediate-level complexity. Pre-reading skills as well as study skills such as making graphic organizers, summarizing, and analyzing formatted text are practised within an academic context. The vocabulary component includes recognition and use of context clues, study of common roots and affixes, and building of academic vocabulary.

Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1190

Listening and Speaking III

Description: This is the first of four courses in grammar. Students learn the basic grammatical structures, used in simple speech and writing. Emphasis is placed on the use of basic tense forms and familiarity with the functions of the parts of speech. Basic rules of lexicography are covered.

Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1370

Written Communication Skills III

Description: In this course, students learn the rules of structure necessary to produce clear and grammatically correct paragraphs and essays appropriate to college/university level proficiency. The course includes an in-depth study of verb tenses. Modals, conditionals, gerunds, infinitives, and prepositions are also studied. Students will develop and employ pre-writing, outlining, and editing techniques used in academic writing. Students will write journal entries, business messages, several short essays reflecting various patterns of essay organization, and a brief research project. Plagiarism and its consequences are presented and discussed.

Hours: 90

Credits: 6

Pre-Requisites:

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LIBS1030

Canadian Perspectives II

Description: This course enables students to acquire a knowledge of the social, cultural and political history of Canada, its physical and political geography, the structure of Canada’s government and the nature of its economy. Current print and audio/visual media provide authentic reading, listening and discussion material, encouraging students to develop the language skills acquired in the core program while exposing them to the challenges and opportunities presented by Canada’s diversity. In addition, students will examine academic and professional aspects of career development. Students are required to research and present three projects during the course.

Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

Level Four

ELS1120

Pronunciation IV

Description: Specific areas to target are determined through an individual pronunciation analysis. Stress, rhythm, and intonation as features of speech which have great impact on intelligibility are emphasized. Students continue to learn to produce vowels, consonants, and consonant blends through practise and identification of articulators and areas of articulation, air pathways, and vibration of vocal cords. Students are encouraged to listen for their specific pronunciation errors, attempt to self-correct their occasional mispronunciation, and to approach fluent, native-like pronunciation.

Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1160

Reading Comprehension IV

Description: This course focuses on the development of academic reading strategies and the acquisition of vocabulary. Students practise techniques necessary for success in academic programs. Skills such as skimming, scanning, predicting, making inferences, interpreting exam questions, and reading critically to comprehend and evaluate passages are acquired. Students produce summaries and graphic organizers of academic texts of college-level complexity. Vocabulary development is approached through a systematic analysis of word formation and study of context clues.

Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1200

Listening and Speaking IV

Description: This course focuses on academic communication skills necessary for success at a post-secondary level. In the listening component, students practise academic lecture comprehension and note-taking by listening to in-class lectures from a variety of academic fields. Skills such as predicting, evaluating and organizing lecture content are practiced. Students learn appropriate gambits and communication skills for in-class discussions and debates. Students study practical techniques for developing and delivering a variety of oral presentations and participate in individual and group presentations on academic topics.

Hours: 60

Credits: 4

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

ELS1380

Written Communication Skills IV

Description: In this course, students learn and apply complex grammatical structures appropriate to post-secondary level writing, including a review of tenses, gerunds and infinitives. Clauses, modals, mixed and implied conditionals, passive voice, and reported speech are also studied. Emphasis is placed on organizational patterns, pre-writing techniques, proofreading, and editing. Research techniques such as library and internet use are developed. Students produce several short essays and reports, and research, format, and document a research paper. Plagiarism and its consequences are presented and discussed.

Hours: 90

Credits: 6

Pre-Requisites:

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LIBS1540

Student Success for Higher Learning

Description: This course enables students to develop skills that will enhance their success in college. Students will identify their unique learning styles and develop strategies for success in their academic and personal lives.

Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Pre-Requisites:

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Electives: Program Option

Description: Student must complete a minimum of 45 Hours

Elective Courses:

COMP1056

Business Computing Applications I

Description: Introducing word processing and spreadsheet applications on a microcomputer, this course will teach: entering text, developing solutions to business problems, describing the processing cycle of a computer and how data is stored, the function and type of storage used in computers, input and output operations and the impact of computers on society.

Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Pre-Requisites:

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ELS1210

English Skills - IELTS and TOEFL Preparation

 

Description: You will develop the knowledge and skills required to successfully complete the TOEFL and IELTS tests. Students will practise answering questions such as those found on the TOEFL and IELTS, and write one complete practice test of each. For information and to register for IELTS testing.

Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Pre-Requisites:

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HEAL1020

Wellness: The Better You

 

Description: This course will introduce the students to the concept of wellness and provide practical strategies for developing a healthy lifestyle in all aspects of their lives. The students will, through lectures, group associations, practical experience and self-evaluation explore such issues as stress-management, self-responsibility, physical fitness, nutrition, social interaction, the relationship between feelings and thinking and the rationale for holistic health alternatives.

Hours: 45

Credits: 3

Pre-Requisites:

CoRequisites:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Studying in Canada: Work permits for students

 

It is possible to work in Canada while you are here as a student, and there are opportunities for jobs on and off campus. You will need to apply.

Work Off Campus while you study!

Eligible International Adult Students can work part-time, aside from the minimum 22 hours per week training and study, in/off the campus during their registered period.

The CAIRN programme options are accordingly of high value resource for immigrants already in the region, and whom may consider while in situ (pre-immigration) to process change of status from international students to permanent residence after gaining the local market niche useful skills suitable for applying job or further study.

 

Learn about:

You may need a study permit to go to school in Canada. For more information, see Study permits in the Related Links section at the bottom of this page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Documents Required to Assess Canadian Student Visa Application.
1. Confirmed offer of acceptance from university in
Canada.
2. Proof that you have paid the fees for the first two semesters of your program.
3. Proof of your English language ability(TOEFEL or IELTS results)
4. Proof of sufficient funds equivalent to Canadian $ 10,000.
5. Police certificate from all jurisdictions in which you have resided since the age of 18yrs.
6. All previous educational documents.
7. Proof of employment for yourself or your parents.
8. If you will be attending McGill or Concordia University you must provide a CAQ(certificate d'acceptation du Quebec)from the Government of Quebec


Yes of course you should show a good bank statement and if your university wave off the English test then i dont think TOEFEL or IELTS is required

 

 

Application to study in Canada: Study permits

This application is for people who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada and who wish to study temporarily in Canada. A study permit is issued if the application is accepted.

A temporary resident visa may also be required

NEW: We have introduced a new Application for a Study Permit Made Outside of Canada [IMM 1294] form. It comes with additional forms and an instruction guide. Please read the guide carefully as it contains important information on how to complete the form.

All applicants must complete and sign their own individual form, including persons travelling as a family. Applicants who are under the age of 18 years must have their form signed by a parent of guardian.

Many visa offices have specific local instructions about which documents you must submit with your application. Consult the list of Canadian visa offices to find the office responsible for your country and what requirements and procedures you must follow when you apply.

Some of the documents are available to you in Portable Document Format (PDF). This is a universal file format that allows you to read, print or download an online document while maintaining the fonts, graphics and general layout of that document. To view a PDF document, you must have a PDF reader installed. If you do not already have such a reader, there are numerous PDF readers available for free download or for purchase on the Internet.

The Application for a Study Permit Made Outside of Canada [IMM 1294] form is only supported by Adobe Reader 8.1 or higher, and can be completed and saved on a computer.

Completing the form electronically is easier and reduces the risk of errors that can slow down the application process.

To ensure you submit all the pages of the form [IMM 1294] with your application package:

Click on the “Validate” button at the top or bottom of the form.

A fifth page with barcodes and a signature line will automatically be created.

Print, sign and date the form.

Place the barcode page (page 5 of 5) on the top of each individual package.