Canadian degrees, certificates and diplomas are considered internationally equal to equivalent degrees in the U.S. and other Commonwealth countries. Canadians are serious about education - they are lifelong learners. Canadian education including Inquiry Based Learning (an approach to learning that emphasizes the student’s role in the learning process. Rather than the teacher telling students what they need to know, students are encouraged to explore the material, ask questions, and share ideas) engaged in what they want to learn. Classrooms are usually equipped with high technology materials where the campuses are surrounded by beautiful nature yet close to the city.
Affordable tuition fees
Canada has the most affordable tuitions fees among top international student destinations (U.S., U.K., Australia, etc…). For some programs, international graduate students pay the same tuition fees as domestic students and there are many scholarships and grants available for international students.
Work while studying
When you study at one of the Designated Learning Institutions in Canada, you are allowed to work during your study without holding a work permit. This will help you pay your living expenses and also gain an experience in working in the field of your study.
Canada is one of the safest countries in the world, with a low crime rate. Freedom is the foundation of Canadian life and Canada promote equal opportunity for all, in all areas of life.
Fact: Canada ranked 6th most peaceful country out of 163 countries and regions around the world based on the Global Peace Index 2020 report.
Fact: Canada ranked 12th safest country out of 200 countries and regions around the world on the COVID-19 Regional Safety Assessment Deep Knowledge Group’s report.
better chance to become a permanent resident/Canadian citizen
Studying in Canada can give you an advantage when you apply for permanent residence and it also helps you become a Canadian citizen faster because you have:
- Canadian diplomas, degrees and certificates
- English or French language skills
- Canadian work experience
Learn not only English but also French
Canada’s official languages being English and French give you an opportunity to learn not only English but also French! French classes are often offered at the local schools, colleges and community organizations.