Canada Welcomes International Students While U.S. Imposes New Restrictions

Canada welcomes international students

While Canada welcomes international students in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Trump officials are using the crisis to impose stiffer restrictions on those planning to study and work in America. The Trump government has indicated it will soon restrict, suspend or completely eliminate Optional Practical Training (OPT). OPT allows …

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20 historically black colleges in the World 2020-2021

20 Historically Black Colleges in the World 2020

Over the years, Historically black colleges and universities have played a major role in the liberation of Black Americans by giving them the platform to obtain higher education and agitate for their freedom. Right from inception, Historically Black Colleges and Universities have produced notable African Leaders we have today, persons …

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Climate Tracker Paid Research Position for Tunisian Journalists and Environmental Experts.

Application Deadline: June 5th 2020 Climate Tracker, in cooperation with the Office of the Hanrich Böll Foundation in Tunisia, is searching for journalists and environmental experts residing in Tunisia in order to join the organization’s team and work to develop the first online educational awareness session on climate change in Tunisia. The course …

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How IRCC, CBSA Determines “Essential Travel” Due To COVID-19 Restrictions

With the U.S.-Canada border closed to non-essential travel, IRCC and CBSA officers need the same guidelines and interpretation of COVID-19 Restrictions. Canada’s federal government agents charged with implementing Canada-U.S. border restrictions put in place on account of coronavirus pandemic need to be on the same page in their interpretation of …

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