Canada is an international leader in computer and information technologies and has a reputation for excellence in sectors such as telecommunications, transportation, engineering, and natural resources.

With vibrant cities and a strong economy, the country’s high standard of living and its safe and beautiful environment make Canada an ideal place for study.

Why study in Canada?

With affordable tuition fees, quality institutions, post­study work and immigration options and welcoming people, it is no surprise that Canada is fast becoming a leading destination for international students.

 Canada hosts more than 250,000 international students and has experienced a huge increase in demand from overseas students in recent years.

Canada is known for its natural beauty, clean cities and first­rate healthcare and public transport systems. Canada is generally safe, politically stable and orderly. Although known for a diversity of seasons and temperatures, and even some snow, some parts of Canada, specifically in British Columbia have very mild winters.

Traditionally a country of immigrants, Canadians are proud of their nation’s diversity, with one in three Canadians possessing an ethnic background other than British, French or indigenous.

Generally, as a student living in Canada you can expect a peaceful, multicultural environment with people who are friendly and interested in learning about new cultures. As a bonus, Canada borders the US and offers easy access to travel experiences there.

According to the International Monetary Fund, Canada is among the top 10 wealthiest nations in the world. With its highly regarded education system, dedication to growth and expansion, and strong economic climate, Canada is an ideal location to study for a higher education degree.

EDUCATION SYSTEM IN CANADA

Canadian institutions offer lower tuition rates than many other countries, which means, international students can save considerably by studying in Canada. All Canadian universities receive public funding through their provincial governments, which allows for lower tuition fees and ensures all universities adhere to a code of academic standards.

Canada makes a large investment in its education system. In fact, Canada is one of the world’s top education performers and among the top three countries in spending per capita on public post­secondary education, according to the Organization for Economic Co­operation and Development (OECD).

The tertiary education system in Canada is divided into:

• Certificate level, generally for a year
• Diploma level, for one or two years
• Advanced Diploma, generally two or three­year programs
• Bachelor degrees, awarded after four years of full­time study
• Post­graduate Diplomas/Certificates, for one or two years of study
• Master’s degrees, available after a bachelor degree to excel in a certain subject, for one to two years .

COST OF STUDYING IN CANADA

Canadian institutions offer lower tuition rates than many other countries, which means, international students can save considerably by studying in Canada. All Canadian universities receive public funding through their provincial governments, which allows for lower tuition fees and ensures all universities adhere to a code of academic standards.

Health and safety in Canada

Canadian universities are conscious of the safety of students on their campuses. Most universities and colleges have 24­hour campus security. The Canadian government has launched ‘Walk Safe’ campaigns to help students safely use public transport late in the evening.

In Canada, each province or territory manages its own healthcare system, which covers the costs of Canadian citizens’ visits to hospitals and doctors. Virtually all Canadian tertiary institutions have medical insurance plans available for international students.

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