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Study In Canada

The country has reported public expenditure on post-secondary education of more than 30 billion dollars every year. Depending on the nature of the institution and the duration of the course, tertiary level education is available in both government and private institutions offering degrees, diploma, certificates and attestations. The placement figures and career opportunities for graduates from Canadian universities are remarkably high as a result Canadian schools are ranked amongst top ten institutions in the world which result in maximum students filling submissions to study in Canada during every intake. Students studying in Canada have great chances of becoming the most successful experts and are wanted by some of the top recruiters of the world.

  1. Wide range of programmes and courses to choose from

    Universities, colleges, and other postsecondary education institutions offer a range of programmes in a wide variety of purely academic and skill oriented professional and technical fields. Canadian universities offer more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate degree programmes, as well as professional degree programmes and certificate courses. Students can also choose to pursue various workshops, short courses, and upgrades for skilled workers and professionals side by side to their main degree programme. Some institutions offer specialised courses from a wide range of fields like fisheries, agriculture, apiary, paramedical technology, etc. However, fields such as telecommunications, medicine, agriculture, computer technology, business studies, and environmental science are the most sought after by Indian students.

  2. Low cost of education

    Tuition fees for foreign students in Canada are the lowest compared to the US, UK, and Australia. The average cost for a foreign student for one year in an undergraduate programme is CAD 11, 903. Fees for bachelor’s degrees at the US public universities are almost 1/3 higher than Canadian universities. Compared to private universities in the US, fees in Canadian universities for undergraduate programmes were found to be less than half.

  3. Multiple scholarship opportunities

    The Canadian government recognises that international students bring fresh ideas to Canada and contribute a great deal to various disciplines and the industry with the knowledge they bring from their home countries. This is the reason why the federal, provincial, and territorial governments of Canada as well as various public and private organisations, provide several scholarships and bursaries to deserving international scholars.

  4. Safe and peaceful atmosphere

    Canada is a relatively safe and peaceful country. The rate of violent crimes decreased for ten consecutive years in the period of 1993 to 2003. Firearms are strictly controlled and are generally not permitted, unlike the US. The Global Peace Index consistently ranks Canada among the top 10 safest countries to visit in the world. It is also relatively unaffected by natural disasters.

  5. Opportunity to immigrate

    After studying in Canada, you may want to settle down there permanently, which happens with most students owing to the lucrative combination of opportunities and the quality of life the great North-American nation offers. After completing the degree and gaining a work experience of a year, you can apply for a permanent citizenship, which usually takes 15-18 months to process

  6. Multicultural country with deep democratic values

    Canada is a country of immigrants and follows a policy of fostering multicultural diversity. The Canadian society comprises of almost all of the world's ethnic groups. You will easily find most ethnic foods and cultural activities. You will easily find informal clubs and associations representing various ethnicities. People of Canada are generally very open minded and respectful of different perspectives. Over the past century and a half, Canada has welcomed 15 million immigrants. Canada is also home to over one million aboriginal people, including First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities.

  7. Easier visa acquisition

    One of the most exciting aspect while considering studying in Canada is that the process of acquiring a Canadian study visa is relatively relaxed. Students increasingly face issues and complain about the strict visa norm of the US. It has led to international students being diverted to other countries. The Canadian government has left no stone unturned in reaping the benefits of the tightened US visa system post 9/11.

  8. Multiple work opportunities while studying

    Graduating from a Canadian university or college will give you the opportunity to stay back and work for up to one year after the completion of their diploma or degree. During your studies, you can work on campus. A work permit is not needed in such cases. The government is working with various university bodies to formulate a regime that will allow off-campus employment too for international students.

  9. An exciting and beautiful place to live

    There is a great diversity in the landscape of Canada as it is as large country situated near the Arctic Circle surrounded by three oceans (the Pacific, Atlantic, and the Arctic). Canadian cities are famous worldwide for their beauty and they attract a large number of tourists each year. There are four very distinct seasons and the temperature varies a great deal throughout the year depending on the distance from the ocean and the Arctic Circle.