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Achieve Canada Bangladesh | Worldwide Student Admission

Worldwide Student Admission

Achieve Canada provides the most up-to-date cutting edge solution to expedite an error-free student visa processing system. We go extra miles and pay special attention to each of our students need and desire. One of our principal objectives is to carefully process and deliver each student files on time.

We provide quality global student admission services in the following continents:


North America: Canada, USA

European Union (EU): Greece, Ukraine, Spain, Poland. Germany, Italy, France, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, Switzerland, Netherlands, Latvia

Middle East: Turkey

Asia & Amp: Far East: Russia, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, China, Japan

Oceania & Amp: Pacific Island: Australia, New Zealand


USA: Universities in the United States mainly research-oriented educational institutions providing both undergraduate and graduate programs. Some U.S.A. universities have professional schools. Examples include journalism schools, business schools, medical schools which award either the M.D. or D.O., law schools (J.D.), veterinary schools (D.V.M), pharmacy and dental schools.


Canada: Universities in Canada are established and operated under provincial government charters. Most schools are members of Universities of Canada (formerly the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC). Each Canadian university is autonomous in academic concerns including policies & implementations of quality assurance of its program, instructors & guidelines.


European Union (EU): Although each country in EU has its own individual higher education system, all are still the same part of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The EHEA ensures that higher education system across all over Europe is compatible – and all the students, researchers and scholars can collaborate, study and work here easily. The European public and private universities offer Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate/PhD degrees as well as professional diplomas and certifications to their local and foreign students.


Malaysia: Universities in Malaysia are generally categorized as public and private universities. Public universities in Malaysia are funded by the government and are governed as self- managed institutions. Private universities, on the other hand, include locally established universities and campuses of foreign universities.

China: Higher education in China is connected to over 2,000 public and private universities and colleges with more than six million students enrolled in Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees as well as in non-degree programs. These higher educational institutions in this region also welcome foreign students from different parts of the world. The People Republic of China is ranked one of the most popular countries in Asia for international students. It is clearly projected that by 2020 China will overtake United Kingdom as the second most popular country for international students.


India: The higher education system in India includes both private and public universities. Public universities are supported by the State Governments while private universities are mostly supported by various established bodies and societies.


Greece: In Greece, higher education is divided in two main categories:

(1) University Sector

(2) Technological Sector

The Greek Higher Education University Sector aims at establishing, producing and developing science and technology. On the other hand, Higher education Technological Sector aims at developing the scientific and technological research as well as providing programs of more applied character.