Canada College Scam: Think before sending your child to study outside India

Three Colleges in Canada have been declared bankrupt. The Indian High Commission in Ottawa has issued an advisory for Indian students.

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The Indian High Commission in Ottawa has issued an advisory for Indian students after the closure of three colleges in Canada’s Quebec.  M College in Montreal, CDE College in Sherbrooke, and CCSQ College in Longueuil have all been declared bankrupt. 

"Students should not make any payments or reveal their personal information to any unverified person/institution offering students visa on payment," stated the advisory.

These colleges collected millions of dollars in tuition fees from these students before closing. They were run by the same recruiting firm, Rising Phoenix International (RPI) Inc. Around 2,000 Indian students studying in these colleges. In India, over 700 students were enrolled in online programs. Their troubles have worsened as a result of the college's closure. Manpreet Kaur, a student from Longowal, Punjab, is one of them. She attends M College and pays a 14-thousand-dollar annual tuition fee.

'She arrived in Canada on October 9 last year,' Manpreet added. I was told that because there aren't many students yet, colleges won't start until January 6th. On the 6th of January, we received an email. The college was claimed to have gone bankrupt. She came here to do a PG in Computer Science.

The students who have been scammed are staging rallies to highlight their plight.


Vishal Rana, a student from Karnal, is also present. He is a CCSQ College medical student. 'My medical officer's course was 16 months,' Rana explains. There were just four months left. The college is no longer open. What should I do now, and where should I go? Nothing makes sense to me. In addition, I have paid a fee of $24,000.

 
 



 
 

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