Editing your Ge-IQ student account profile information is very simple. Here's how to do it:
Click on Profile à Update and enter or modify your profile details.
Email id cannot be changed as it is mapped to your account at the time of registration. However, you can choose to add your alternate email id in your ‘Personal Information’ section. The other option is to simply create a new account with your new email id that you wish to use.
To change your password, Go to your account homepage and click 'Settings'. Now you can change or replace your new password and save.
Go to your ‘Profile’ page, click ‘Edit’ (top right corner) on the ‘Personal Information’ section and then change your new mobile number. Please remember to click ‘Save’.
You can update your profile information divided into four sections – Personal Information, Educational Background, Work Experience (if applicable) and Communication Settings.
Update Photo option is seen if you point the mouse over your profile photo box. You can select this and upload your image.
No. Apart from your full name, mobile no. and email id, the rest of the fields are optional. However, the page asks for only necessary information and adding these details will help create a complete profile page for you and help us cater to your information needs better.
You have adequate control on your Ge-IQ profile privacy. The fields that have a privacy icon (eye) next to them can be set on or off by you to show or hide those details from public view.
To search for a particular college or course, just enter its name in the search box on top of homepage. As you start typing, you'll see a dropdown, you can select the name of your desired course/college from this menu as well.
The other way is to search for colleges by categories - MBA, Engineering, Design and Other Courses - shown on the Top global navigation bar. There is an option to select Study Abroad as well. Under each of these respective categories, you can search - Popular Courses, Colleges by Location, Top Colleges and even Compare Colleges.
If you are planning to do MBA, we are here to guide you through every step of the journey. So, get set to make an informed career and college decision.
Shortlist your target colleges with the help of our thoughtfully designed, easy-to-use Shiksha tools to help you select the best college for your MBA and know a lot more in the process. Just click the links below to discover each of these MBA tools:
Ge-IQ is a smart platform specially created to guide students aspiring to go for higher studies. It offers up-to-date and very useful information at country level for colleges, courses, exams required, funding options, application process, visa requirements, etc. One can select colleges by course and by stream for bachelors and masters. Choose from the listings and click on the college or university you want to study in for more information. You will also find interesting articles on study related topics along with Student Guides, College Application and Visa Guides for Popular Study Abroad countries.
Deciding the right career for yourself can be tricky. Career Central helps you choose a suitable stream right after XII - Science/Commerce/Humanities or Arts - as per your aptitude and liking. It opens up a world of career options before you, where you can read about a career, its job profile, career opportunities, and eligibility for the course and where to seek admission to study.
News and articles will keep you up-to-date and well informed about all your education related information needs. You can check news for entrance exam dates, application deadlines, changes in exam pattern, etc. while articles offer you an interesting range of topics to read from topper interviews and exam prep tips to college life and new and upcoming courses and careers... and much more.
Yes, you have the option to unsubscribe. You can do this by unchecking the box shown under 'Communication Preferences' on your Profile homepage.
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*Students with a lower than 70% grade average will be considered on a case by case basis.
The coach does help assess each students’ financial aid opportunities including those offered by the government or other sources in which the student/family resides.
Yes, but the family needs to ask for help from the coach if they receive something from the university, etc. The college will communicate directly with the coach. It is the coach and family responsibility to communicate everything to each other pertaining to the student’s education.
Yes, the parents are copied on all communication to and from the coach.
The coach may have a list of 5 to 10 scholarships at a time depending on the time of year and what grade the student is in. The student will just need to be cautious of deadlines. Making a schedule may be suggested since the student may need to dedicate 2 to 3 hours a week-some weeks. It won’t interfere with their school work. If it becomes an issue, communicate with the coach. Communication is key.
The coach can make recommendations on time-management but know that the coach will not tutor the student during high school. Coaches recommend but don’t do homework for the student or write essays, etc. The coach also helps student select the correct courses and assess the student’s interests and skills with the Heartland’s assessment software, amongst many other things.
Overall, Canada has a world-class public education system. The successes of our education system is in large part a credit to Canada’s committed teachers.
Yet, Canada’s aggregate educational outcomes don’t tell the whole story. According to the 2006 census, only 39% of 20-to-24-year-old First Nations people living on reserve have a high school diploma. Among Inuit, the graduation rate was only 30%. In rural and remote communities, the drop-out rate is double the national average.
And, too often, schools in remote and Indigenous communities face challenges recruiting and retaining teachers. This is the specific challenge that Teach For Canada addresses.
Yes. Since 2009, the Ontario Labour Mobility Act has enabled the Ontario College of Teachers to certify teachers from other jurisdictions Canada under the terms of the revised Agreement on Internal Trade. However, it is the responsibility of the individual teacher to transfer their teacher certification to Ontario. To teach in Ontario, teachers must:
Teach For Canada is proud to recruit a diverse range of applicants, and we encourage all teachers to consider applying. However, at a minimum, successful teachers must be:
If you fulfill these requirements, we would love to learn more about you. You can learn more here.
Unfortunately, Teach For Canada is not able to sponsor work visas or teaching certification at this time.
Teacher candidates who have been educated in Ontario or outside the province must apply to become members of the Ontario College of Teachers to be licensed to teach in Ontario. The College evaluates the qualifications and credentials of all prospective members to ensure that they meet the high standards set in law for all Ontario teachers
Once we have all your documents, it takes up to 120 days to process an application and deliver an outcome.
Plan ahead. Make arrangements for all required documents to be sent to the College promptly.
Read the registration guide carefully. Make sure you understand which documents must be submitted to complete an application. This will avoid delays caused by unacceptable documents (ex. criminal record reports that are expired, photocopied or missing legal names, documents that have not been translated according to the College’s translation policy, transcripts sent by third parties).
Your membership with the Ontario College of Teachers is your licence to teach in Ontario. Under certain circumstances, district school boards may use the emergency provision for 10 days or apply to the Ministry of Education for Letters of Permission for teachers who are not members of the College.