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Source: CELPIP Test

The CELPIP Tests are like other English language testing exams such as IELTS, TOFEL, etc. The CELPIP Test is offered and monitored by “Paragon … Read More

There are various courses which are considered as the toughest ones, for example, Engineering and Chartered Accountancy, etc. Such courses need efforts and hard work to compete in society with other candidates.

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CGPA to Percentage – Convert CGPA to Percentage by multiplying your CGPA by 9.5. CGPA Calculator provided by CBSE for converting your CGPA into Percentage

For Calculating GPA to Percentage, divide your GPA by 4 and then multiply by 100, for eg. if GPA is 3 then percentage is (3/4)*100= 75%.

Top 46 SPP Colleges in Canada are 1. Algonquin College 2. Assiniboine Community College 3. Bow Valley College 4. Cambrian College of Applied Arts & Technology

The University of Essex in UK

The University of Essex, established in 1964, is one of the most prestigious institutions in England. In that year, 122 students enrolled at the institution, which expanded to almost 1,000 students over the next 50 years. Colchester Campus, … Read More

University of Windsor, Canada, has been ranked among the top 1000 institutions globally by several reputable sources

University of Greenwich

The University of Greenwich is a prominent contemporary public university with four faculties: the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Business School, the Faculty of Education and Health, and the Faculty of Engineering and Science, all of which provide a … Read More

University of British Columbia Canada

The University of British Columbia is one of the oldest universities in Canada and was established in the year 1908. It is ranked among the top 50 universities in the world and its main campus is situated in one … Read More

The University of Auckland has almost 40,000 students enrolled across its five campuses, with over 10,000 graduating each year.

University of Michigan offers a large number of courses including 250 undergraduate degrees, 200 master’s programs, and 100 doctoral courses.

George Brown College is a public college in the country of Canada. It was established in 1966 by the Ontario Government. The George Brown College is named after the famous journalist and politician, Mr. George Brown. It opened its doors to students in the … Read More

The United States isn’t simply the most popular and most prominent location for PhD study abroad. It’s also a one-of-a-kind piece. The US approach to postgraduate (or ‘graduate’) education differs significantly from the UK and Europe, including organized degree programs that combine thorough instruction with autonomous research…. Read More

Yale University was founded in 1701 and since then it has been dedicated to expanding and sharing knowledge, preserving cultural and scientific information and inspiring innovation for the coming generations. It is a private Ivy League university located in New Haven, Connecticut. It is … Read More

Humber College is a prestigious public college in Canada. It was established more than five decades ago in 1967. The college is actually called the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, but it is commonly referred to as Humber College. It has many campuses, and the North … Read More