Maple Assist App for Students
Maple Assist Software Company had recently launched their brand new ‘Maple Assist’ mobile application, which aims to provide a full clarification regarding an abroad study in Canada, exclusively tailor-made for Indian and international students. The app was launched by Canada’s Minister for Innovation Navdeep Bains.
The application designed entirely from India has collaborated with major educational institutes from Canada, that includes colleges from Ontario, Durham, Fanshawe, St. Clair and Georgian College.
The application is expected to reach over 1 lakh international students from India, China, Philippines, Japan, Brazil and Mexico, who aspires to study in Canada.
A presentation has also been conducted by the authorities to demonstrate how the app works, with attendees from various educational sectors.
“The application has all the vital elements to connect appropriate student, on the right programme, at the right college,” said Kevin Weaver, Vice-President International Workforce.
“The Maple Assist App has all vital information for a stress-free education, that wasn’t possible during the starting phase of an unknown international student who first approaches Canada,” said Vinay Chaudhry, Founder, CEO of Maple Assist.