Staten Island, NY (PRWEB) August 24, 2007
More than 806,000 students were enrolled in Canadian universities full time in 2005, an increase of nearly 150,000 over the last four years, reports the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada. For many, Canadian universities offer a viable and exciting alternative to studying in the U.S. With demand for Canadian postsecondary education at an all-time high, the new Canadian Career Education Search portal on CollegeSurfing.com is helping aspiring students find the right Canadian college for them.
The Canadian Career Education Search portal on CollegeSurfing.com enables students to explore various education disciplines, including business, health care, technology, and culinary arts via popular degree and certificate programs at more than 50 Canadian colleges and universities in 10 provinces, including British Columbia, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Ontario.
Getting educated in Canada can open doors to opportunities both there and abroad. In fact, Canadian university degrees are given equal weight to those from U.S. schools, and many stateside companies actively recruit interns and employees from Canadian universities.
"The CollegeBound Network is thrilled to bring to Canadian students the same high-quality school research tools and resources that we've offered in the United States since 1987," explains Luciano Rammairone, CEO of CollegeSurfing.com. "Our goal is to provide users with an array of educational options for career success."
More than 1.5 million surfers utilize The CollegeBound Network's resource sites each month, which include CollegeBound.net, CollegeSurfing.com, HolisticJunction.com, SpaBeautySchools.com, TopCareerSchools.com, Top10ComputerSchools.com, and others.
Since 1987, The CollegeBound Network (CBN) has worked with America's leading colleges, universities, and career schools in connecting learners with educational opportunities. CBN specializes in recruitment lead generation solutions for 800+ educational institutions and 3,000 campuses, using its content-rich portals.