Education Solutions Canada Ltd. (ESC) Partners with reputable Canadian institutions, to successfully market qualifying international and national students for admission into a Canadian University, College and Trade schools. We are based in Calgary, Alberta.Learn More
A testimonial from a current NFL player
Sandra has been key in helping me achieve my goals and get to where I am today. She provided me with personal and academic support throughout my time at University of Calgary and continues to guide me in my academics while I play professional football for the Edmonton Eskimos. Sandra’s guidance and willingness to help has allowed me to reach my goal of playing in the CFL, while continuing to pursue my degree in Communications. She has given me the opportunity to learn how to be successful in the classroom with her continued support. Sandra has also helped countless others achieve their goals and has truly been a crucial person in my personal success.
During my time on the University of Calgary I saw a dramatic change in regards to academics when Sandra was introduced to the program. With Sandra a study hall was established, tutors were brought in and the overall accountability towards academics improved. Sandra helped make sure everyone was registered for classes on time and would make suggestions to place us in classes that we could succeed in. I am truly grateful for her efforts as our academic advisor.
Sandra Wigg was extremely beneficial to my collegiate career. Not only did I grow as an athlete but also as a person, through Sandra’s leadership and academic help I was able to achieve a degree. Sandra taught me how to better handle difficult situations and how to effectively communicate with professors on campus. She challenged the student-athletes at the University of Calgary to become greater than they imagined, not just in their sport. Lessons I learned from Sandra made me a better student and also a better leader on the field. Sandra’s help was tremendous in the transition coming to a new province out of high school. Sandra’s passion and spirit is unparalleled and she truly listens to every single student she works with so she can help them with their situation at hand. I cannot describe how thankful I am for my experience with the Sandra Wigg and the University of Calgary. .
Doctor grew up in Sweden and came to Canada in 2010 on a football scholarship to the University of Calgary after being scouted at the World Junior Championships in Canton, Ohio. He entered the 2014 NFL Draft while completing his degree. In recent years Doc has devoted his time to consulting for an engineering company based in Calgary and traveling the globe building business partnerships which led to the birth of Education Solutions Canada Ltd.
Barb brings over 30 years of business experience in leadership and management positions working in the oil and gas sector. Barb has a proven record of delivering strong results based on hard work, collaboration, and accountability. Barb passionately believes in the power of education and she has devoted much of her spare time to working with organizations that improve literacy rates and gender equality in education, in the developing world.
Sandra has worked passionately in student athlete academic support, retention and life coaching for the past eight years for both the University of Calgary and the University of British Columbia with students recruited nationally and internationally. The academic and personal support she provides allows students to work to their potential and be very successful with their goals. Many of the student athletes she mentored have gone on in their athletic careers to play professional sport while also graduating from university; understanding the importance of support systems and balance.
Compared to many countries, the cost of studying in Canada is very affordable. As a guide, you will likely need between $15,000 Cdn and $30,000 Cdn annually to cover tuition and living expenses. However, this cost range is an average only and will vary according to the institution and program in which you are enrolled, your location, and living choices.Contact
International students may work up to 20 hours a week during the regular academic year (Fall and Winter semesters September - April) Undergraduate Students who remain in Canada over the summer and are not enrolled in courses during the spring and summer semesters (May to August) may work full-time during these months. The summer is considered a Scheduled break.Contact
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