Study in Canada

About Canada

With one of the longest coastlines, vast wilderness, world-class cities, and a culture of tolerance and diversity, Canada is a natural destination for thousands of international students. Canada has been declared the country with the best reputation in the world for the third consecutive year. In addition to taking home the overall title, Canada claimed the number one spot in categories ranging from “best place to live” to “best place to study,” while also ranking high for working, visiting and investing. That is why study in Canada is the dream of International Students nowadays.

Ranked by the United Nations as the best place in the world to live.

Why Study in Canada

  • Canada is the best place in the world to live:
    Ranked by the United Nations as the best place in the world to live, Canada offers abundant education opportunities and a high quality of life. From a low incidence of violent crime and a comfortable population density, Canada provides international students a safe, happy environment to study & live.
  • Canada’s education system ranks among the best in the world:
    Even better, tuition fees in Canada are some of the lowest in all the English-speaking countries.
  • Canada offers internationally recognized degrees :
    With a wide range of quality programs for both degrees and diplomas in technical and professional careers, Canada provides over 106,000 international students each year with quality education in its many colleges and universities. Meeting people from all over the world, and from your own country, is easy.
  • International students can work in Canada after graduation :
    Students from other countries who graduate from a Canadian college or university can work in Canada for up to one year after receiving their degree. During their studies, international students can work on campus without a work permit.
  • Immigration Possibilities:
    International students have the possibility of immigration to Canada after graduation. International students who have Canadian credentials and work experience can apply for permanent residency without having to leave Canada when their schooling is complete.
  • Canada boasts a multicultural society :
    Representing almost all the world’s ethnic groups, Canada welcomes everyone. Ethnic foods and activities are plenty in Canada, and internationals students are encouraged to speak with their academic advisors to find out more about joining any number of ethnic clubs and associations.
  • Canada is known for healthy & safe communities :
    International students enjoy the same freedoms as native Canadians – respect for human rights, equality and a stable and peaceful society.
  • Canada offers an excellent language education:
    Canada is a bilingual country; both English and French is spoken throughout the country. Teaching these languages is an important part of the Canadian education program, so you will be able to improve your fluency as you continue your studies.
  • Canada offers innovative and abundant research opportunities:
    Integral to the Canadian education system, international students can take advantage of many opportunities to become part of furthering research in telecommunications, medicine, agriculture, computer technology and environmental science.
  • Canada experiences all four seasons:
    For international students who have never experienced all four seasons before, this is one of the most alluring reasons to attend college in Canada. Canada’s big city atmosphere and naturally preserved park systems offer something for everyone, including indoor and outdoor recreational activities at low or no cost.

The Top Ten Programs in Canada

  • Business
  • Engineering (Mechanical, Computer, EC, Electrical)
  • Nursing
  • Dental
  • Hospitality
  • Tourism and Travel
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Sciences – Biology, Biotechnology, Chemical Laboratory Technician
  • Fitness and Health Promotion
  • Early Childhood Education

Intake

September

September is the major intake when admissions are open for all programmes in all institutions

January & May

January and May are smaller intakes where admissions are open for limited programmes in limited institutions

#College / InstitutesLocation
1Bow Valley CollegeAlberta
2Cambrian CollegeOntario
3College of New CaledoniaBritish Columbia
4College of the RockiesBritish Columbia
5Columbia CollegeBritish Columbia
6Conestoga CollegeOntario
7Durham CollegeOntario
8Fanshawe CollegeOntario
9Georgian CollegeOntario
10Kwantlen Polytechnic UniversityBritish Columbia
11Lakeland CollegeAlberta
12LaSalle CollegeQuebec
13Manitoba Institute Of Trades & TechnologyManitoba
14Medicine Hat CollegeAlberta
#College / InstitutesLocation
15North Island CollegeBritish Columbia
16Northern CollegeOntario
17Northern Lights CollegesBritish Columbia
18Okanagan CollegeBritish Columbia
19Parkland CollegeSaskatchewan
20Red River CollegeManitoba
21Selkirk CollegeBritish Columbia
22Seneca CollegeOntario
23Sheridan CollegeOntario
24St.Clair CollegeOntario
25St.Lawrence CollegeOntario
26University of Fraser ValleyBritish Columbia
27Vancouver Community CollegeBritish Columbia
28Vancouver Island UniversityBritish Columbia
#UniversitiesLocation
1Cape Breton UniversityNova Scotia
2Capilano UniversityBritish Columbia
3Fraser International CollegeBritish Columbia
4Grant McEwan UniversityAlberta
5International College of
Manitoba
Manitoba
6Lakehead UniversityOntario
7McMaster University (MBA Programs only)Ontario
8New Mount Saint Vincent UniversityNova Scotia
9Thompson Rivers UniversityBritish Columbia
10Trent UniversityOntario
#UniversitiesLocation
11University Canada WestBritish Columbia
12University of ManitobaManitoba
17University of New BrunswickNew Brunswick
13University of Prince Edward
Island
Prince Edward Island
14University Of ReginaSaskatchewan
15University of WaterlooOntario
16University Of WindsorOntario
18Wilfrid Laurier UniversityOntario
19Yorkville UniversityNew Brunswick
#Schools Location
1Golden Hills School DivisionAlberta
5Louis Riel School DivisionAlberta
2Mountain View School DivisonManitoba
3Peel District School BoardOntario
4School District 22 VernonBritish Columbia

With effect from May 2009, The Canadian High Commission has launched a new Visa Procedure called SPP (Students Partners Program) .Under SPP, GIC (Guaranteed Investment Certificate) has become mandatory. GIC involves transferring of living expenses to Canadian bank before applying for visa. This guarantees faster processing of visa.

International students graduating from a program of 2 years or more in length would be eligible for a 3 year work permit after graduation with no restrictions on the types of employment and no requirement for a job offer. The experience gained would provide them an opportunity to work in an international setting and at the same time allow them to earn the money invested.

Canada is encouraging International Students to stay back after their studies. The new Work Permit Program states that International students who have studied for 2 years can obtain an Open Work Permit with no restrictions on the type of employment and no requirements of a Job offer upto 3 years. Students who study a one year program are eligible upto one year Work Permit

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