FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ITD Canada Terminates Relationship with ITD Africa, Oversea Study Concept (Uk) Ltd, Dr. Fredrick O Emojevbe, and Ms. Bolanle A Emojevbe
Vancouver, BC – ITD Canada, a vocational college located in Vancouver, BC, has announced the termination of its relationship with ITD Africa, Dr. Fredrick O Emojevbe, and Ms. Bolanle A Emojevbe, effective immediately.
ITD Canada has been operating since 2000 and is accredited and in good standing with the Government of British Columbia. The institution offers a variety of programs in the fields of information technology, business, arts, hospitality, and languages.
The decision to terminate the relationship with ITD Africa, Oversea Study Concept (Uk) Ltd, Dr. Fredrick O Emojevbe, and Ms. Bolanle A Emojevbe was made following a thorough review of the situation. ITD Canada values the trust of its students, faculty, and staff, and is committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.
ITD Canada will continue to focus on providing high-quality education to its students and looks forward to building strong relationships with other institutions and individuals in the future.
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I was in Mexico City last week. And had the unique pleasure to visit some of our incredible partners who help individuals interested in studying in Canada make informed decisions.
It is no secret that many of our students decide to stay in Canada after graduation. Canada is an amazing country and it is no surprise that students choose to make this beautiful land their home after they’ve had a taste. This along with (what I believe are unfair) regulation changes have made public institutions a more attractive choice because of PGWP — Post Graduate Work Permit.
This is not news. I have been grappling with all parties involved regarding PGWP for years now. What surprised me was Mexican nationals worrying about it. I had always thought that Mexicans are luckier than nationals of most other countries if they decide to stay in Canada after graduation because they have a very easy immigration pathway in front of them. Yes, I am referring to NAFTA — North American Free Trade Agreement.
After one special meeting, I couldn’t help running back to the hotel room to formalize what I already knew into an email and send it out. The following is pretty much the exact email I sent this partner.
Please read through it, comment, ask questions, and let’s learn together. After all, I am an educator by trade. This is in my nature.
- NAFTA accepts work experience in co-op – PGWP does not.
- There is no minimum English required at the time of applying for the work permit – PGWP graduates must have an IELTS score of more than 6 to be able to register their names in the express entry.
- PGWP takes at least two years to study – for NAFTA they only need to get a diploma and a job offer.
- PGWP is Much more expensive ( at least 4 times more for a similar program)
- Finding a job with a diploma and lower pay is much easier than a job that requires a degree with a much higher anticipated pay rate
Join us for a live virtual information session:
Please join us for an informational session. We will cover the following topics and more during the session:
- Admission requirements
- Start dates
- Tuition fees
- Application process
- Registration process
We will have an opportunity to answer your questions live during the webinar. Please find the information below and register for an upcoming webinar.
When: Wednesday 12:00 PM Vancouver
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.Read More
Our next term starts on Monday, April 5th, 2021. The spring 2021 term is an exciting time for us as, hopefully, we will start to recover from the COVID19 Pandemic.
We do not have any evidence at the moment that would support being able to open our campus back to live classed but we remain hopeful. With our COVID19 safety plan in place, we are able to provide admission to international students and currently have a very exciting grant for many applicants.
Please contact us for more information about the Spring 2021 term.Read More
The following letter was sent from our Vice President, Jamak Golshani, to all of our active partners. If you are a partner and did not receive this correspondence please contact our Agent’s Department and we’ll be happy to assist.
“I hope 2021 is off to a great start so far and that you and your family are healthy, happy, and filled with hope.
Towards the end of last year, James from Edvisor interviewed me. I thought the interview was filled with useful information but wanted to wait for January to send it out to you.
In the interview, I go over the details of the unique grant that we are offering and the relevant information.
Simply put, all of our programs are now available to anyone (who is not holding a current visa to Canada) for only $12,350. This amount can be paid monthly, quarterly, or in full.
Your client only needs $1350 initially to receive their letter of acceptance. We believe this is an incredible opportunity to help create a WIN-WIN-WIN situation with you, your client, and ITD.
Please watch the video then write back with any questions you may have. I look forward to working with you in serving as many students as possible and to help change their lives through their education at ITD Canada. “
Towards the middle of March of 2020 we officially announced that our Vancouver Campus was indefinitely closed due to the COVID19 Pandemic. Ever since that day, we have been watching and following the advice of government officials to continue serving our students in the safest matter possible.
When the British Columbia government contacted us to provide them with our COVID19 Saftey Plan we were excited and dedicated many hours to developing a solid plan.
Later, on November 17th, 2020, we were one of the first private institutions to become approved. This means that once again, we are able to provide life-altering education to our international students.
If you are interested in any of our programs please contact us so that we can provide additional information. When you are ready, you can use our online application form to start your application process.Read More
2020 was a very difficult year for most of us. We watched our world change in a span of a few weeks if not days. Flights stopped, immigration stopped working on study permits, and we had to move everything online very quickly to accommodate the new reality.
2020 is now hindsight! We need to move forward and rebuild. Our team at ITD Canada is dedicated to providing the most affordable and efficient solution for your education. We decided to turn our 20 year anniversary scholarship into a grant for 2021. Please watch the video for details of the grant.
If you are interested in taking advantage of the grant you can fill out our online application form and enter ‘hardship’ as the scholarship code. If you have any questions regarding the grant and/or the application process after watching the video please contact us.Read More
ITD Canada Toastmasters
ITD Canada Toastmasters club is one of the largest, most active, clubs in Toastmasters District 96. We meet every Tuesday evening from 5:30 to 7:00 PM. We are comprised of mostly International Students and Alumni. Of course, we would not be a thriving club without the insight of the our experienced toastmasters/speakers that have been a part of many clubs over the years.
Please contact ITD Toastmasters Club directly with any questions and/or receive an invitation to join one of our upcoming sessions.
When: Tuesdays, 5:30 to 7:00 PM
Where: OnlineRead More