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MS in Canada

Course Overview

MS or a Master of Science degree is based on scientific learning; the programs are typically focused on scientific and mathematical subjects. Studying MS in Canada basically prepares students for either entering high level careers or to enter doctorate programs at an institution. Master of Science degrees can be earned in a number of fields including environmental studies, space studies, aviation, medicine, information Technology, engineering, finance management, accounting as well as economics. Depending on the student's choice of field and specification, some institutions require internships or thesis projects to be completed during the course. In Canada, MS degrees may be entirely course based, research based or more typically a mixture of the two.

Why Study MS in Canada?

Students studying MS in Canada can be sure of an experience that goes beyond the academic learning. The Canadian institutions prepare graduates with the ability to think critically. The institutions also work closely with the relevant businesses in the industry to ensure that the study programs remain relevant to the changing working environment. Living in Canada also provides students with an incomparable cultural experience, where they can interact with the multicultural and hospitable society that houses most of the world's ethnic groups.

Popular specialisation for MS in Canada

  1. MS in Computer Science
  2. MS in Computing & IT
  3. MS in Engineering

Requirements for MS in Canada

Students interested in pursuing a course of MS in Canada will have a number of options to choose from. A four year Bachelor degrees in the relevant field are typically required before enrolling in this course. Apart from that, students also need to achieve qualifying scores in an English language proficiency test. These are the basic requirements for admission in an MS course. The particulars and the minimum requirements may vary with the institutions and course specifications.

Choosing an Institution

Before choosing an institution, a student might keep the following in mind:

  1. Research facilities
  2. Course requirements (internships or thesis projects)
  3. Industry associations (internship opportunities)
  4. Faculty
  5. Location
  6. Housing options
  7. Course structure and fee

Partner Institutions

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Acadia University


Algonquin College


Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology


Camosun College


Capilano University


Dalhousie University


Georgian College


Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technology


Navitas -ICM- International College of Manitoba


Navitas - FIC - Fraser International College


Prince Edward Island University


Royal Roads University


Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology


Selkirk College


St. Francis Xavier University


Trent University


University of Ontario Institute of Technology


University of Waterloo


Vancouver Island University

Scholarships to study in Canada

Apply to a range of scholarships, grants and bursaries available for international students.

Student visa requirements in Canada

To study in Canada, you will need a Canadian study permit. You can also apply for it online

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