Technology Inceptions: Gmail rolling out a new update in the mobile version securing the user data  |  Teacher Insights: Students learn social skills better from skilled peers  |  Science Innovations: The oldest piece of cheese found in Egyptian tomb  |  Science Innovations: Gender and sex is in the brain  |  Science Innovations: Novel method to track contamination of water  |  Teacher Insights: Academic grouping of students could be easily prejudiced  |  Teacher Insights: Learning strategies of songbirds inspires Swiss education system  |  Parent Interventions: Children are vulnerable to suggestions of robots  |  Technology Inceptions: MediaTek may bring out 5G technology prior to Qualcomm  |  Parent Interventions: The “rain follow the plow” is proven plausible  |  Science Innovations: Homo erectus got extinct due to their “laziness”  |  Teacher Insights: Student mindset is the key to academic stress  |  Science Innovations: WHO Recommends Whole Grain Starch  |  Technology Inceptions: Facebook Does not Take it Down'Simply for Being False'  |  Science Innovations: Cyclists beware of vehicles turning right  |  
  • Pallikkutam Magazine
  • Companion Magazine
  • Mentor
  • Smart Board

May 14, 2018 Monday 12:37:56 PM IST
It's Time for LOVE Scholarships!

North America: Global University Systems (GUS) Canada has created scholarships for international and domestic students studying at its institutions to provide economic support for one year.

GUS Canada’s three institutions, the Toronto School of Management, University Canada West and the Language Gallery, will be offering the LOVE – Live Our Vision of Education – Canada Scholarship. Winners will be chosen based on academic achievement, leadership and community involvement.

The creation of the scholarship is a part of a wider development strategy for GUS Canada. “Canada is a popular destination for higher education, and is an attractive reality for people looking to start a career,” said Maurits van Rooijen, Chief academic officer.

“This scholarship will give domestic and international students alike the opportunity to gain industry-relevant qualifications for a variety of sectors, bringing them closer to local and global businesses.” he said in a statement. A number of GUS institutions have also signed agreements with overseas institutions.

(Source: The Pie News)


Comments