India

The CUAC has four offices in India to help students study in Canada. This is due to the tremendous interest among Indian students and their families in the high quality, great value and future prospects of a Canadian university degree.

We have exceptional counsellors and professionals in both offices. Please click on the link below for more information and contacts of our India offices.

NEW DELHI

Situated in the Indian capital. Serving the Greater New Delhi Area, as well as for applicants from Nepal and Sri Lanka.

GURGAON

Situated in the booming new metropolis on the outskirts of New Delhi, which is home to most of India’s big companies, multi-nationals, and dozens of superb schools.

CHANDIGARH

In 2014 CUAC opened their office in the best-planned city in India, with architecture which is world-renowned, and a quality of life, which is unparalleled. Students all across Punjab now have a reliable source of information on Education in Canada!

BANGALORE

Our newest office in India is located in India’s Garden City. As the hub of India’s booming IT industry, Bengaluru vies with Mumbai as the nation’s most progressive city. Students across South India can now seek our Bengaluru office’s assistance.

Our overseas education consultants in India do a lot of outreach to students in India interested in studying in Canada. For the latest events and where they are happening, please click on our India events link.

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CUAC Director Visits – India Schools 2016

CUAC Director Visits - India Schools 2016

CUAC's Director and Canadian Higher Education expert Mr. Mel Broitman toured schools in India this A... Read More »

MacEwan University Tour – India April 2016

MacEwan University Tour - India April 2016

Ms. Victoria Rissling is currently touring schools in North India to meet students and spread awaren... Read More »

CUAC Counsellor Workshop Delhi March 2016

CUAC Counsellor Workshop Delhi March 2016

Counsellor's Workshop with Saint Mary's University & CUAC Delhi   CUAC hosted a worksho... Read More »