GlobEDwise enjoys strong tie-ups with high ranked universities across all major countries of interest, namely USA, UK, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Italy etc. We are providing trustworthy counseling and facilitate admission in any such Universities. GlobEDwise services aims to help the students in realizing their study abroad aspirations and enjoying a fulfilling career path.
GlobEDwise is aiming tie-ups with over 100 international Universities, Laboratories and Research Centres in areas of student exchange, faculty exchange, joint research, curriculum development and educational tours for students. Hence this month GlobEDwise management and team visited Canada and initiated many tie-up opportunities.
GlobEDwise is inviting offers for collaborations, partnerships and tie-ups by individuals and/or institutions across the globe in the following areas: Academics Research Cultural Sports Social Joint Projects. To express interest for collaboration with GlobEDwise, the interested individuals and/or institutions can write to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying their details along with the areas of interest.
Delegates from GlobEDwise, visited many Canadian Universities and Colleges during October & November 2016,to interact with the management on education survey, process studies, admission tie-ups and having a first hand experience of the campus.
IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. IELTS is a test which evaluates your language proficiency in order to study and work in a place where English is the first and mandatory language. IELTS has four major parts Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing. Its scores are valid for 2 years and duration of test […]
The GMAT(Graduate Admission Management Test) was introduced in 1954, is a standardized test, and so, while every test is not identical, each test covers the same content roughly in the same way. This test helps to judges the skills of students prior to enter the management program. Many top B – Schools is taking […]
The e-mails, long and short, and the envelopes, thick and thin, have arrived, bearing tidings — glad or sad. Yes, it is once again university acceptance season. And for a growing number of Canadian grade 12 students, the letters and e-mails include offers of admission from U.S. colleges and universities in addition to the usual […]
One Canadian university maintained its standing while two other schools took a hit in Times Higher Education’s 2013 World Reputation Rankings. The University of Toronto came in at number 16, the same as the year before, making it the top school in Canada in terms of reputation again this year. The University of British Columbia […]
For as long as I’ve been a student, I’ve heard experts, politicians and even some of my own classmates say that “free tuition” is a bad idea. I’ve been told that free tuition is “wrong”, or “self-interested”. Why? Because those who get to college or university are already privileged. Why should our society subsidize them? […]