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Karma Services International, an international recruitment firm, agrees to begin providing their international students to St. Clair College

Brighton, MI – January 15th, 2018 – Karma Services International is pleased to add Ontario, CA -based St. Clair College, and its two campuses in Windsor and Chatham-Kent to its growing roster of clients enjoying quality students from Karma Services International, and its International Student Recruitment Program.

Karma Services International is positioned to provide students to St. Clair College for their current Technology, Business, Health Sciences and Engineering curriculums. These students will be sourced through Karma’s global recruitment centers. “St. Clair considers our student diversity program to be a badge of honor for our school. As leaders in ethnical diversity and with our proximity to global organizations, we understand the need to maintain international student volumes. Our alliance with Karma Services International provides St. Clair College continued access to strong international students for years to come.” says Ronald Seguin, Vice President, International Relations.

Being ranked in the top five best colleges to go to in Ontario, St. Clair College embraces the very best in a college education-excellence in teaching, applied learning in state-of-the-art labs, numerous student support services and amazing campus life experience. St. Clair has more than 10,000 full-time students who participate in over 120 advanced diplomas, diplomas, degrees and graduate certificates focused in Health, Technology & Trades, Business & I.T., Media Arts and Social Services. In addition to their two campuses they have a Centre for the Arts, MediaPlex and Skilled Trade Regional Training Centre.

Karma Services International is looking forward to continuing to uphold the standards that St. Clair College has established, nurtured, and maintained since 1966. “We are very excited about the St. Clair College alliance. Their geography, proximity to industry and in built student diversity are what excites our students. It provides them something to gravitate to and ultimately sustains them throughout their educational experience,” says Dave Butcher, Vice President of Strategic Solutions at Karma Services International. “We couldn’t be happier or more confident that our students are engaging in a fulfilling and life changing experience with St. Clair College.”.

St. Clair College helps every student in choosing the right career path through its comprehensive student services program. It includes peer tutoring, academic and career counseling, disability services, and accommodation planning. The St. Clair College Family also includes$1.5 million in scholarships and brusaries, 16 varsity sports teams, varsity athletic scholarship offerings, 300 seat computer lab with wireless internet, free printing, 7 meeting rooms for student clubs and project work. Additionally, their active program clubs are where students compete at a provincial and national levels. All of these key elements only reinforce St. Clair College’s standing in the academic community.

About St. Clair College

St. Clair is committed to providing career-oriented diploma and certificate courses, as well as continuing education programs. Established in 1966, St. Clair College began to utilize Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) since 1998 allowing them to report ratings above the provincial average when it comes to all 5 criteria measured; graduate employment, graduate satisfaction, employer satisfaction, student satisfaction, and graduation rate. Furthermore, St. Clair’s success lies with employers who hire their graduates. Eight out of 10 St. Clair graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation and 9 out of 10 employers are satisfied with the graduate’s knowledge and skills.

For further information, please contact:
Misty Butcher

misty@ksi-immigration.com
Office: (778) 785-0251
Cell: (734) 765 1544



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