STUDY IN Canada
Discover your dream to study in Canada
Study in the #1 best ranked country for quality of life
Canada is an amazing country that offers many exciting and varying opportunities. Canada has become a popular option for international students especially those looking for an affordable alternative than studying in the US. Canadian universities are now providing equally prestigious and quality degrees and at a more affordable cost.
Whether you choose to study in the large vibrant cities or study in a small campus in a warm, welcoming community, you will find higher education institutions that will help you achieve your goals in locations that suit your lifestyle. You get to build a career and even a future in Canada, or even better prospects should you chose to head back home.
Know more about CANADA
FUN FACTS ABOUT CANADA
Canada is the second-largest country in the world, and shares the world’s largest border with its neighbour, the United States. Canada is known for its natural beauty and wildlife. Canada’s population is just over 35 million people with majority of the population living in highly urbanized areas. Canada experiences all four seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn (Fall) and Winter.
Reasons why you should study in CANADA
1. Post study stay back option
International students who get Higher Education from Canada would most likely prefer to stay in Canada and settle. The good news is that after completing your Bachelor’s, Master or Post Doctoral Degree, you can apply for the Canadian work permit. The Post-Graduation Work Permit Program permits students to work up to 3 years, the time may vary according to the course duration. For 1-year study program you are allowed to stay 1 year after course completion. If you pursue a 2 year program you can stay back for 3 years.
2. Best ranked in Quality of life in the world
If you’re looking for the high life, well Canada is the place to study. Canada was ranked #1 in the world by US news for the best quality of life in terms of social progress and development. Canada is also one of the safest countries in the world, with a low crime rate.
3. Globally recognized qualifications
Many of the Canadian universities can be found in reputed international rankings. Studies have shown that students who graduate from Canadian universities earn relatively very high salaries abroad and are sought-after in many fields.
4. Work while you study
Students in Canada are legally entitled to work 20 hours a week, provided they attend a designated institution, obtain a Social Insurance Number and do not violate the number of hours per week that they work. Part time jobs to do during your studies are not hard to find and students can often find flexible employment that allows them the time they need to study and attend class.
5. Migration Opportunities
Many International students who graduate from Canadian universities elect to remain in Canada after they graduate. Express Entry enables graduates to remain in Canada permanently by applying for Permanent Residency
Cost of Studying in Canada
Canada is cheaper compared to most English-speaking countries. The cost of tuition for a university undergraduate degree can range between CA$ 15,000 to CA$ 25,000 depending on the institution and the program you choose to study. Tuition fees for arts and humanities degrees tend to be lower than degrees in engineering or medicine.
Don’t forget about the living costs as well. Factor in costs for housing, meals, transport, books and more. Make sure you understand the fee breakdown of the institution you choose.
HOW TO APPLY
Once you have chosen the school, you will need make an application. Every school has different requirements for application.
It is more advisable to start you application an year before you want to start your studies.
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