PhD in Canada
Go further with your PhD in Canada
Canada is home to historic and globally renowned research universities with six institutions in the top 150 of global rankings. Getting your PhD in an epicentre of education, research, and innovation brings you closer to leading experts and state-of-the-art facilities. More than a third of the country’s overall research is conducted at Canadian universities, which makes it particularly attractive in terms of facilities availability and work prospects for graduates. Programmes in Canadian universities are mostly research thesis-based, and last for 4 to 6 years. Doctorate graduates can enjoy one of the world's most generous post-study work visa schemes upon graduating.
Why get your PhD in Canada?
Canada has always been popular with international students for its internationally recognised education and multicultural diversity. Universities across Canada also implement a wide range of graduate professional skills development initiatives that consider career transitions for PhD graduates, and offer the opportunity to stay and work in the country upon completion of the PhD.
Choosing the right university
Key things to consider in choosing your university include your chosen field of study, available research facilities, university ranking and infrastructure, PhD faculty, and funding options.
Admission requirements for PhD in Canada
- A master’s degree in a related field with strong grades and proven research ability and potential.
- A strong score in either a Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Examination (GRE).
- Statement of Purpose (SOP) and writing samples, if needed
- Two or three Letters of References from referees and intended surprivor
Finding what fits you best can be overwhelming. IDP international education specialists guide you through your options and the necessary application processes for universities and visas. Speak to us now for free.