Alberta Education and Waterloo University Delegation visits Cambridge School


Jalandhar, February 22, 2016: Alberta Education and Waterloo University Delegation visited Cambridge School for Girls on Monday.The delegation from Alberta Education and Waterloo University constituted Mrs Karuna Ausman, Dean of International Admissions, Waterloo University, Mr.Arvinder Billings, Success Consultant, Dr.Kandace Jordan Superintendent Bevan Davern, Alberta School Board member and LWES team headed by Mr.Ajay Bhatia.
The event began with a presentation by Mr. Stuart Dennis, Chief Operating Officer, Learning Wings Education Systems. The students of grades 9 to 12 of all Learning Wings Education Systems’ schools attended the seminar and up-dated by the delegates with the information about the prospects of higher education in Alberta. The delegates discussed about the possible links between Alberta Education and Learning Wings Education Systems Schools as well as answered the queries of the students. Alberta Education and Waterloo University is a befitting platform for the students who are looking for higher education overseas.
The question rises why Alberta Education and Waterloo University is a better option? The University of Waterloo is a dynamic Institution with academic philosophy ‘Learn from Experience’. It is recognised as the most innovative comprehensive university in Canada. As a student, not only will one attend lectures but also have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through workshops, laboratory demonstrations and field studies. Attending the University of Waterloo offers International student advisors to assist with immigration status, medical, financial and cultural adjustment, Global representative program, Orientation program for new students and the international peer community for an enriching experience of learning and exploring.
Mr. Ajay Bhatia Chairman Learning Wings Education Systems, Mr. Deepak Bhatia Deputy Chairman Learning Wings Education Systems were present on the occasion. The Principals and the teachers from LWES schools were also present. The workshop was truly a boon and helped in broadening the horizons of the young minds of the students.

Monday, February 22, 2016