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Canada is among the top destinations for students to study abroad. Here are the few basic reasons why World Prefers Canada because recently Canada has been ranked

  • Ranked No. 1 Country in the World for Quality of Life.
  • Ranked 3rd Best country in the World for Women.
  • Ranked 3rd Best country in the World for Education.
  • Ranked 2nd Best country to be the Headquarter of a Company.
  • Ranked Overall 3rd Best country in the World.

Why Students Prefer Canada for higher education

Quality Education and SCHOLARShip Opportunities

Canada is one of the best places to pursue your higher studies and the country attracts thousands of students each year from abroad. The country provides world class education which is recognized globally. Degree from a Canadian university is considered of great value which is equivalent to US, Australia and other European Countries. Both the Government and Universities provide benefits especially for the students to pursue their studies successfully. The high academic standard and quality education help the students to come out of the universities with flying colours. International students can gain valuable education at very low fees compared to other countries across the globe. Not only fees but also the SCHOLARShip opportunities reduce the expenses and you will get the best education at minimal fees. Even though the number of universities is less compared to US, the education standard of most universities is on par with universities of US and Europe.

Campus Lifestyle

Apart from Education there will be number of events happening around the university. Every university has its own events and parties which involve students, concentrating not only to study but also cultural events that help to mingle with multicultural people in the university. These events remove all the stress and give a physical workout to body. Universities and colleges provide a number of extracurricular activities where one can stand out of the crowd with their talents both university wise and country wise. Most of the Universities give students the access to free Wi-fi, Daily newspapers, journals, magazines and many more. International Students will definitely enjoy the different lifestyle and fun way of learning as they pursue higher education in Canada.

Employment Opportunity

During studies students are permitted to take up part time jobs both on campus and off campus. No work permit is needed to work on campus and students are allowed to work upto 20 hours / week. There are number of part time jobs available off campus like jobs in Hotels, hostels, general help, tutor etc. After graduation there is vast number of employment opportunities related to the technical domain. Students with knowledge and skills get placed easily in top companies with their dream job. Job prospects are strong for international students.

Research Values

Research is one of the key components of a graduate student. The universities support the students who come out with best research ideas and many SCHOLARShips are given to student for their research works. Students can do research in any field they are interested with the support of lecturers in the university. If the idea of research is good, Industries and government come forward to accept the cost of your research. Higher education in Canada opens up many researchers and SCHOLARS to draw upon their knowledge in several disciplines.

Beautiful place and Environment

Students not only can feed their minds but also feast their eyes with the beauty of Canada. Canada attracts large number of tourists each year who visit the astonishing places and enjoy the beauty of nature. Students enjoy exploring nature, wildlife and many other amusement parks. Students in coastal line can enjoy the views of Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean. The neat and clean environment of Canada adds beauty to the place. Students in Canada for higher education can take time off to visit the tourist spots in Canada.

Weather & Climate

Canada experiences a warm summer and a very cold winter each year. During summers the temperature goes up to a maximum of 30°C. Students coming from hot countries like India will feel very warm in summer. But during winter the climate of Canada changes upside down. The temperature reduces to a minimum of -15°C. Mostly people stay indoors during winter because at some places snowfall and snow storms where the height of snow will be up to 4 to 5 feet. Students will find it very difficult during the winters because of extreme cold. During spring there will be a chilly breeze flowing around the country. Autumn is the most beautiful season of Canada. In this season all the leaves of trees and plants start to turn orange, red and it will be a beautiful view to watch. The leaves fall down changing the streets to the same color. It is the best season of Canada.

Values and Culture

Every year Canada invites thousands of immigrants from all over the world. Canada has become a home for a number of students who come for their higher education. Students forget the thought that they are away from their home and they feel like they are in their home country. Old immigrants and people will be very helpful for the new immigrants arriving in Canada for higher education. People respect each other with a smile whether you know them or not. Canada ensures that people’s customs and traditions are preserved, also the value and dignity of people are respected.

Multilingual Society

English and French are the official languages of Canada. After the arrival of number of students and immigrants to Canada it has become a multilingual country with many languages, religions and culture. Students will be surrounded by a number of people speaking different languages and it will be great exposure for the students to learn those languages. Even though it is mixed society there won’t be any problems of race and colour.

Care and Safety

The Government and Universities plays an important role for the safety of students inside the university and across the country. Starting from health care to security, necessary measures will be taken to keep students safe. Students enjoy all sorts of freedom and government ensures protection with respect to human rights, equality that help the society to be peaceful. Medical insurance is very inexpensive in almost every hospital in Canada. Canada has been considered as one of the best places to live by the United Nations consistently for the past many years.

Big possibility of Immigration /PR

Work permit visa along with study visa is given to the students. After graduation, students can work here for two years and after the completion of one year students can apply to become a permanent resident of Canada. The Citizenship and Immigration Canada has made it easy to get student visa and help him during his stay in Canada for higher education. During studies, Students can work up to 20 hours / week to meet the needs for their living. Even inside the universities many part time opportunities are available which are very much useful for the students. International students get upto three years of work permit after their study during which they have the opportunity to apply for PR

Affordable education & living

Canada offers not only quality education, but education which is affordable for international including Indian students. Compared to countries like the UK, USA and Australia, cost of education in Canada is quite moderate.

Student friendly

Canada has the best educated people and the highest literacy rate in the world. Canadians live longer than anyone on the planet, except people in Japan and Iceland. Canada's prime cities Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal have been recognized as world class cities to live and work, for cleanliness, safety, cultural activities and attractive lifestyles. Two Canadian cities have been rated as the most student friendly cities in the QS rankings' top 10 list for the past few years.

A High Tech Country

Canada is an international leader in computer and information technologies and has a reputation for excellence in such sectors as telecommunications, animation, transportation and engineering; and specifically, aerospace, urban transport, microelectronics, medical devices, advanced software, hydroelectric and nuclear power, lasers and opto-electronics, biotechnology etc. Canada was among the first in the world to recognize the need to connect schools and libraries to the Internet, and its School,Net program is being copied around the world. All kinds of modern amenities are provided and most campuses happen to be wired with the most sophisticated technologies the world has to offer.

Common Characteristics of the Education System in Canada:

1. Students are encouraged to communicate and express misunderstandings honestly.

2. Lectures usually integrate a certain level of entertainment and engagement in order to attract students’ attention and to enhance creative and analytical thinking.

3. After exams or evaluations, professors provide students with a valuable feedback where they share their learning level and progress.

Few of the reasons why the University /College system from Canada is considered quite successful are the career-focused programmes, curriculum adapted to current events and the needs of the job market and graduates’ high employability rate.

Why Study in Canada ?

Canada spends more per capita on its education system than any other country in the G-8 and is among the top three countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

  • They are at the forefront of the information technology revolution and ensure that their students are equipped for the 21st century.
  • Many Canadian Universities offer the opportunity to go beyond an ordinary degree by participating in international exchanges and co-operative work-experience programs or by participating in extra-curricular activities and athletics. Co-op work experience programs allow students to combine academic semesters with work terms that relate directly to their degree.
  • Sports at Canadian universities and colleges are popular and competitive.
  • Canada is a world leader in software development, telecommunications, aerospace engineering, urban transport, biotechnology, mining technology and environmental industries.
  • Canada offers a wide choice of 90 universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes, offering a wide range of programs.
  • You will find excellent professors, reputable scientists, and world-renowned artists and writers a part of the faculty at Canadian universities.
  • Outstanding facilities: First class libraries and sports facilities, museums and art galleries, theatres and concert halls: campuses have it all, including radio stations, newspapers and stores that are run by students.
  • The latest in computer labs, wired classrooms and Internet access from campus, you will find a world of technology at your fingertips.
  • Canada is among the select few countries whose students scored near the top in reading, mathematics and science in the OECD's Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) study.

Requirements to Study in Canada

Admission requirements vary from one institution to another, but common pre-requites are :

  • Minimum 12th grade for undergraduate study in a university Community colleges and Technical Institutes are more flexible).
  • Minimum of 550 in your TOEFL score (paper based test)/213 (computer based test).
  • For Masters degree you may require 16 years of education (10+2+4) at some places,
  • Work experience and a GMAT score of 600 range for MBA Programmes.
IELTS Requirements :. For grade 12th pass outs and applying for under-graduate programs, the overall requirement is Overall 6 bands with no less than 6 and for graduates applying for PG programs it is Overall 6.5 bands with no less than 6.  But it may vary from institution to institution respectively.  Some of the selected institutions as of now are giving relaxation of 5.5 bands in one module. In some Colleges and Universities PTE is also acceptable criteria. During this unfortunate pandemic Canada is also accepting Duolingo test as well.

Course Durations :

  • 1 to 4 years
  • Commencing Mostly in January, May and September (Winter, Summer & Fall)
There is no Canada-wide entrance test, each university sets its own admission standards and assesses the qualifications of each applicant individually

Course Options In Canada

At any Canadian College or University, a smile is common-place. Start with a warm and friendly atmosphere, add highly trained faculty and caring support staff, and state-of-the-art facilities, and you get an educational opportunity second to none!

International Students can choose from varied options as per their interest i.e

  • Accounting
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business Studies
  • Business Administration
  • Civil Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer Programming
  • Computer Networking and technical support
  • Culinary Arts
  • Electronics Engineering Computers
  • Fashion Merchandising
  • Food Technology
  • Graphic Design
  • International Management
  • Hospitality (Hotel) Management
  • Human Recourses Management
  • Marketing
  • Marketing Administration
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Nursing
  • Small Business Management
  • Travel & Tourism

Course fee

The Course fee per year in Canada may vary from program to program and institute to institute. The tentative course fees varies from
  • $CDN 9000.00 p.a. to 18500.00 p.a approx.
This guide is intended as a general guide only and the information it contains may change.
Some of the famous Institutes In Canada Region wise are
Bow Valley College Calgary
Concordia University Of Edmonton Edmonton
Lakeland College Lloydminster, Vermillion
Lethbridge College Lethbridge
MacEwan University Edmonton
Medicine Hat College (MHC) Medicine Hat
Norquest College Edmonton
South Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) Calgary
University Of Lethbridge Lethbridge
Olds College Calgary
Alexander College Burnaby, Vancouver
Arbutus College Vancouver
Acsenda School of Management Vancouver
Adler University Vancouver
Camosun College Victoria
Canadian College Vancouver
Capilano University North Vancouver
CDI - BC Burnaby
College Of New Caledonia (CNC) Prince George
College Of The Rockies Cranbrook
Columbia College Vancouver
Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) Vancouver
Fraser International College (FIC) Burnaby
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) Surrey, Richmond, Langley
La salle College Vancouver
Langara College Vancouver
Langara Centre of Entertainment & Arts Vancouver
North Island College (NIC) Courtenay, Campbell River, Port Alberni
Northern Lights College (NLC) Fort St John, Dawson Creek
NYIT (New York Institute of Technology) Vancouver
Coast Mountain College Terrace
Okanagan College Kelowna, Penticton, Salmon Arm, Vernon
Royal Roads University Victoria
Selkirk College Castlegar
Stenberg College Surrey
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) Kamloops, Williams Lake
University Canada West Vancouver
University of the Fraser Valley Abbotsford
University Of Northern British Columbia Prince George
Vancouver Community College (VCC) Vancouver
Vancouver Island University Nanaimo
Yorkville University Vancouver
Coquitlam College Coquitlam
CTC (Canadian Tourism College) Vancouver
Sterling College Vancouver, Surrey
Western Community College Abbotsford, Surrey
Tamwood College Vancouver, Whistler
Trinity Western University Langley, Richmond
Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) New Westminster
Assiniboine Community College Brandon
International College of Manitoba(ICM) Winnipeg
Manitoba Institute Of Trades And Technology (MITT) Winnipeg
Red River College Winnipeg
University Of Manitoba Winnipeg
University Of Winnipeg Winnipeg
The University of Winnipeg Collegiate Winnipeg
Mount Allison University Sackville
New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) Fredericton,Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John, St. Andrews, Woodstock
University Of New Brunswick (UNB) Fredericton, Saint John
Memorial University of Newfoundland Corner Brook St. John’s
Acadia University Wolfville
CBU(Cape Breton University) Sydney
Mount Saint Vincent University (MSVU) Halifax
St. Franscis Xavier University Antigonish
Algonquin College Ottawa, Pembroke, Perth
Alpha @ St Lawrence - Toronto Scarborough
Nipissing University North Bay, Brantford, Bracebridge
BizTech College Mississauga
Brock University St. Catharines
Cambrian College Sudbury
Canadore College North Bay, Mississauga, Scarborough
Centennial College Toronto
Conestoga College Guelph, Brantford, Kitchener, Waterloo
Durham College Oshawa, Pickering, Whitby
Evergreen College Toronto
Fanshawe College London
Fleming College Peterborough
Georgian College Barrie, Orillia, Owen Sound, Orangeville
Humber College Brampton, Lakeshore, Toronto
Lakehead University Thunder Bay, Orillia
Loyalist College Belleville
Sault College Ste Marie
Seneca College Toronto
Sheridan College Brampton, Mississauga & Oakville
St. Lawrence College Kingston, Toronto
Lambton College Mississauga, Sarnia, Toronto
Niagara College Welland, Niagara falls
Northern College Timmins
Northern College at Pures-Toronto Scarborough
Pures College of Technology Scarborough
Tamwood College Toronto
Toronto School of Management (TSOM) Toronto
Trent University Peterborough, Durham
University Of Waterloo Waterloo
Yorkville University Toronto
University Of Prince Edward Island Charlottetown
Herzing College Montreal
Lasalle Montreal
CDI Montreal
Universal College Gatineau
CEGEP Montreal
CDE (Collège De L'Estrie Inc) Sherbrooke
ISI (L'institut Supérieur d'Informatique) Montréal
Aviron Technical Institute Québec
CEGEP Heritage Gatineau
CCSQ (Collège De Comptabilité Et De Secrétariat Du Québec) Longueuil
Matrix College Montréal
Great Plains College Swift Current
Parkland College Yorkton
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon
University Of Regina Regina
University Of Saskatchewan Saskatoon
Great Plains College Swift Current
Cumberland College Melfort
Yukon College Whitehorse

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