Why Study in Canada
Let’s look at what Canada has to offer you.
Canada has affordable tuition fees, top-quality institutions, plus post-study work and immigration options which means it's no surprise that Canada has become a leading destination for international students like you. Canada now hosts over 250,000 international students with a significant increase in demand from overseas students in recent years.
Here are some of the reasons why Canada should be the right fit for you.
The quality of both education and standard of living in Canada is among the highest in the world. Canada’s very high academic standards are a result of rigorous quality control measures. This means that you’ll get a top-quality education that will open doors for you resulting in long-term benefits for your career.
Tuition fees and living costs for international students in Canada are generally lower than in many other countries including the United States and the United Kingdom. The cost of attending school in Canada is very affordable and you’ll still earn a globally recognised qualification setting you on the pathway to your future success.
Whilst living in Canada you can experience a harmonious , multicultural environment with friendly people who are genuinely interested in learning about new cultures. With almost all of the world’s ethnic groups represented in Canada, it’s easy to find cultural activities and ethnic foods.
International students graduating from Canadian higher education institutions can also work in Canada for up to three years after the completion of their course just by completing the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PWPP). If you would like to become a permanent resident of Canada, this can be helpful.
Innovative and abundant research opportunities
In Canadian post-secondary education, you’ll find research is one of the key components. You’ll, therefore, have lots of opportunities to participate in this aspect of education. In Canada, industry as well as the government actively support research including: agriculture, computer technology, environmental science, medicine and telecommunications.
Healthy and safe communities
The United Nations has consistently ranked Canada as one of the best places in the world to live. Just like any Canadian citizen, international students in Canada enjoy all of the same freedoms – respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society.
World-class language education
Canada is a bilingual country and provides world-class language training. Canadian universities teach in both French and in English as a first and second language This is an integral part of the Canadian education system. You will have the opportunity to improve your fluency and capacity for English and French as you study obviously becoming more attractive to employers.
Exciting campus lifestyle
College campuses across Canada include Olympic-quality sports facilities, public concert halls and art galleries, offering you endless possibilities for learning and leisure.