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January 13, 2024
January 13, 2024

Every year, Sweden attracts thousands of students from across the globe through its international exchange programs. The opportunity to embark on an international journey and experience life in a foreign country is not only enriching from a cultural perspective but also opens doors for career development. For students considering moving to Sweden from India, understanding how to secure employment in the country is a crucial aspect to consider before making such a significant move.

The international exchange programs in Sweden are renowned for providing a high-quality education and a unique cultural experience. Students are not only exposed to a diverse academic environment but also have the chance to immerse themselves in Swedish culture, language, and societal norms. This exposure goes beyond the classroom, offering a holistic understanding of life in Sweden.

When contemplating a move to Sweden from India, it’s important for prospective students to recognize that the experience extends beyond the academic realm. The country has a thriving job market and a welcoming atmosphere for skilled professionals. Understanding how to navigate this job market is essential for those who wish to explore career opportunities in Sweden after completing their studies.

Key Considerations:

  •  Leverage the skills and knowledge gained during the international exchange program for career development.
  •  Engage in networking during the academic program, connect with local professionals, and consider internships to enhance job prospects.
  • Research the job market in Sweden, identifying industries where your skills are in demand.
  • Tailor your resume to highlight relevant experiences and qualifications when applying for positions.
  •  Utilize online job portals, professional networking platforms, and connect with local recruitment agencies to find job opportunities.

It’s important for students to understand the specific visa and work permit requirements for international graduates in Sweden. Building a comprehensive understanding of the immigration process, including any additional steps such as health checks or language proficiency exams, is crucial for a smooth transition from student life to the workforce.

In conclusion, while embarking on an international exchange program in Sweden is a transformative experience, considering the steps to transition into the job market is equally vital. By actively preparing for career opportunities during the academic journey, students from India can not only enrich their cultural experiences but also enhance their prospects for long-term professional growth in Sweden.

September 25, 2023
September 25, 2023

Despite of Covid 19 pandemic and problems related to the war in Ukraine, labor market developments in Croatia in 2022 were quite positive with the number of unemployed people falling further. The positive trends in the labor market were significant increase in the Gross Domestic Product. The Government’s job preserving policies aimed at maintaining stable labor market and various other measures that have led to a further increase in the average wage, have contributed to the economic recovery and relatively large increase in personal consumption.

Croatia introduced Euro as its currency on 1st Jan 2023 and Croatian citizens and entrepreneurs should benefit from a significantly low currency risk. The country’s entry into the Schengen area means smoother entry to the country and significantly faster and cheaper transport options.

The government’s package of measures includes limiting the price of basic food stuffs in an effort to offset inflation.

On October 31st 2022, the Government and trade union of employees in public services signed an annex to the collective agreements regulating increases in the wage base and other monetary rights in 2022 and 2023. Wages and salaries increased by 6 % from October 1st 2022 and by 2% from April 2023. The new minimum wage for 2023 is €700 per month gross, or €560 net, not including social contributions, personal income tax and sur tax (an increase of €78). The new minimum wage will be 51.32% of the average gross wage or 62.14% of the gross median wage for June 2022.

The serious shortages of essential workers in Croatia started before the COVID-19 pandemic, and the pandemic further worsened the situation. There has been a significant shortage of workers in the construction sector, due to the unfavourable working conditions in the sector. Also, there are severe skills shortages in the healthcare system, with a huge need for doctors, general and specialist medical practitioners, as well as nurses.

The shortage of workers in the tourism sector is common; due to the work’s seasonal nature and limited employment opportunities out of season, young people are unwilling to enroll in educational programmes for these occupations. Since the outbreak of the war, more than 20,000 Ukrainian refugees came to Croatia. Information on the exact number of employed Ukrainian refugees is not available, but many of them worked during the 2022 summer tourist season on the coast as waiters, cooks, cleaners and shop assistants.

In 2022, further amendments were made to the Labor Act (OG 151/22), which entered into force on 1 January 2023. The most important changes are a clearer definition of working from home and a mandatory 50% pay increase for work carried out on Sundays. The act regulates a new form of work, that which is carried out through digital work platforms, both to protect people employed in this way and also to promote this form of work. This part of the act will enter into force on 1 January 2024.

September 2, 2023

Riga Technical University (RTU) is the oldest technical university in the Baltic countries established on October 14, 1862. It is located in Riga, Latvia and was previously known as Riga Polytechnic Institute.

Riga Polytechnical Institute was re-established in 1958 by splitting off the engineering departments from the State University of Latvia. In 1990, it was renamed to Riga Technical University.

Faculties in RTU

    1. Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning
    2. Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunication
    3. Faculty of E learning Technology and Humanities
    4. Faculty of Electrical and Environmental Engineering
    5. Faculty of Computer Science and IT
    6. Faculty of Material Science and Applied Chemistry
    7. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Transport and Aeronautics
    8. Faculty of Engineering Economics and Management
    9. Faculty of Civil Engineering

In the 2022, RTU was ranked 57th among the universities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.


August 30, 2023

Holder of an Overseas Medical Radiation and Radiation Therapy qualification can apply for registration with the Medical Radiation Technologist Board. Australian qualified Sonographers and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologists will also need to apply as an overseas trained applicant.

Documents needed:

  • Certified copy of qualification certificates
  •  Two certificates of good character
  •  One passport style photograph
  •  Evidence of name change
  •  A criminal conviction notice that is no more than six months old each country you have lived and worked in for more than 12 months
  •  Official academic transcript
  •  Clinical log book
  •  Full course curriculum
  •  Thesis
  •  A letter from professional accreditation body confirming the accreditation / recognition of the program of the study you completed for registration or license to practice
  •  Clinical experience form
  •  Evidence of registration and certificate of good standing from each registration authority you are registered with overseas
  •  Certificate of employment from each employer you have had in the last five years
  •  Curriculum Vitae
  •  Evidence of meeting the English language required (IELTS Exams).

These documents are a legal requirement, and provision of them is non-negotiable.

August 17, 2023

If you have decided to study at a Canadian University, its important to remember that there are special application deadlines. Entrance requirements vary from one education institution to another and the time available for admission is usually very limited, so its essential that you familiarize yourself with the admission procedures as early as possible.

To earn a Bachelor’s or Masters degree in Canada, there are different intakes divided into separate academic sessions, since entry is restricted to set a period of several months, prospective students should apply as soon as they know which program they want to enroll in. This blog provides an overview of these deadlines and other important factors that applicants must intake into account when applying.

January Canada intake 2024

Out of the three intakes in Canada, the January intake contains a variety of specialized programs as well as some coureses where the seats have not all been filled. But the students remember that the criteria of eligibilty and the application process are the same at all the intakes in Canada. A few of the universities you should consider while applying in the January intake are the University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, Centennial College, Lambton College, Mc Gill Douglas College, Fanshawe College and University of Manitaba.

Documents required

To apply for the winter intake in Canada, students need to prepare a few documents;

  1. Academic transcripts
  2. Proof of English Language Proficiency (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE or Duolingo scores)
  3. Standardized test score of SAT, GRE, GMAT, ACT
  4. Certificates of the extra curricular activities
  5. Statement of purpose
  6. Copy of valid passports
  7. Latest passport size photographs
  8. Transcripts of the last qualifying examination.

For international students who missed the Fall intake or need more time to prepare their applications, the January 2024 intake in Canada provides an excellent chance. Students will have enough time to compile the materials needed and submit their applications to their top institutions and colleges since the application window will be available from June to September 2023. The January 2024 Intake might be a great choice for a student who wants to study in Canada.



August 11, 2023

The Aerospace Engineering Schools in Canada are among the best in  the world.

With morethan 700 Aerospace Firms, 85000 qualified workers in the country, Aerospace is quickly becoming one of the most successful industries in Canada.

Taking Aerospace Engineering courses in Canada is a fantastic professional decision for career minded individuals who want to work un the Aerospace Industry.

Aerospace Engineering is a multi-disciplinary field that teaches students about Aerodynamis, Control Engineering, and Avionics preparing them for careers as Aerospace Engineering and Space Crafts Timing.

Additionally, many Canadian companies have international operations, so there may be opportunities for Indian students to work abroad. However, it’s always best to research the specific job market and job requirements before making a move.

Education Qualification

  • You must have completed 10th, +2 with Mathematics and Physics as the two compulsory subjects in order to be admitted to bachelor’s degree undergraduate programs or diplomas.
  • A relevant bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution must be completed with a minimum of 75% (or equivalent) or a minimum B grade to be eligible for admission to the master’s degree program.

English Language Proficiency Scores

The test scores of an English proficiency test, such as the TOEFL or IELTS, are required of international applicants who have not studied English as their primary language.

The minimum IELTS band score requirements are

IELTS score for diploma or undergraduate degree programs – 5.5 to 6.0

IELTS score for graduate or PG diploma or advanced diploma programs – 6.5

IELTS score for Ph.D. – 6.5 to 7.0

Entrance Test Score of Canada

For undergraduate degrees, you might be required to submit your SAT or ACT test results, whereas GRE scores are needed for graduate or master’s programs.

The minimum scores for the entrance examinations are as below:

SAT scores – 1200 to 1400

ACT scores – 75 percentile

GRE scores – 305 to 315

We will look at the best aerospace engineering colleges in Canada, their eligibility requirements, and the entire admissions process. So, keep on reading this article.


August 11, 2023

Studying and living in France is a great experience for students professionally as well as personally.

Some of the reasons to study MBA in France are;

  1. France is home to some of the top ranked Business Schools and is featured in the QS Global MBA rankings 2022. These are HEC Paris, INSEAD, ESSEC Business Schools, Emylon Business School, etc.
  2. MBA in France is one of the best paying degrees, with alumni earning an average salary of EUR 95,000 (Data as per Emolument).
  3.  France is gome to companies like IBM, Oracle, Airbus, L’Oreal, Orange etc.
  4. Various scholarships are provided to international students who want to study MBA in France. Some of the scholarships that are provided are Excellence Scholarship, Premium Scholarship, Make an Impact, 1st Nationality Scholarships, etc.

French Universities offer diverse ranges of specialisation to choose;

  1. MBA in HR Management
  2. MBA in Business Analytics
  3. MBA in Finance Management
  4. MBA in Marketing Management
  5. MBA in Travel and Tourism Management
  6. MBA in Aviation Management
  7. MBA in Digital Marketing
  8. MBA in Healthcare Managemnt
  9. MBA in IT
  10. MBA in Media Management

Course Duration

The duration of the MBA course will differ from university to university. Generally, the MBA course in France will be of 10 months to 2 years.

August 11, 2023

Aside from full time programs, Canadian University provide Diploma Programs (1 to 3 years), PG Diploma Programs ( 1-2 years), Certificate Programs, Vocational Training Programs ( 1 year) .

After 12th standard the students can apply for studies on any type of courses. There are certain requirements for studies in Canada;

  1. They have a good communication skill in english.
  2. Students can choose any english proficiency assessments such as TOEFL, PTE, IELTS.

Medical Courses in Canada

  1. MBBS
  2. Nursing
  3. Physiotherapy
  4. Dental Surgery
  5. Homeopathy and Alternative Medicine etc.

UG Courses in Canada after 12th

Streams includes;

  1. Maths
  2. Science
  3. Commerce
  4. Management

Study in Canada Scholarship

The study in Canada Scholarships provide students from post secondary institutions located in the new eligible countries / territories with short term exchange opportunities for study or research in Canadian post – secondary institutions at the College, UG & PG

August 11, 2023

Vocational training in America is designed to provide the technical knowledge and skills required for specific careers for e.g.cc , Pharmacy Technician, Carpenters etc. Vocational schools in USA for International students combine classroom learning with hands on training to provide a complete understanding of theory and practical sessions.

Vocational and technical education in the US provides a well rounded education that equips you with;
• Skill development
Coordinated with the most current requirements of the labor requirements.
• Employability
Vocational training colleges in the USA also build your practical knowledge required to understand and apply research and theoretical studies to your day to day role.
• Professional networks
Your professors and administrators along with your peers, creating a learning environment that builds connections across industries.

M1 Visa for USA Vocational studies

The M1 Visa is for non academical or vocational studies. M1 Visa holders for technical and vocational programs are not permitted to work during the course of their studies.

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