New Life in Canada is an education consultancy group based in the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada. We are dedicated to helping you begin your new life in Canada as a student. We offer a wide variety of services such as searching placement for admission to a post-secondary school and guidance in applying for a study permit and visa processing. Our experts are current students or alumni of universities and colleges in Manitoba with years of experience and knowledge under their belt so you can be rest assured that you are getting the best of service and guidance. Let us help you begin your New Life in Canada today. Also make another sub heading titled Why Study in Manitoba, Canada. Manitoba’s economy is diverse. Its current unemployment rate is averaging 5.3%, third among provinces and below the5.7%national average. It is a multicultural society, with plenty of natural beauty. It is also known as the land of 1001 lakes. It is the heartland of First Nations and Metis people of Canada whose ancestors lived here before the settlers arrived. One can get a good education in institutions while maintaining a high standard of living that costs significantly less than other major cities in Canada.



January 12, 2021 / NEWS ARCHIVE

Study in Canada Scholarships

Competition: Anticipated opening date in January 2021 for the 2021-2022 academic year. Who applies: Canadian post-secondary institutions NOTE: Only Canadian institutions…
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January 12, 2021 / NEWS ARCHIVE

Applying to schools in Canada as an international student

The different levels of schools that can receive students in Canada and how to choose the right one. Choosing a…
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High School Education

New Life in Canada helps prospective students to find out various admission opportunities in Manitoba High Schools.

Career Counseling

New Life in Canada also helps to find out jobs for the recent graduates in Manitoba.

Graduate and Post Graduate Education Support

New Life in Canada helps students to get admission in various higher studies institutions in Manitoba, Canada.