Study in Canada


Canada is a country in North America that extends from the Atlantic Ocean in the east, to the Pacific Ocean in the west, and the Arctic Ocean to the north. Canada borders the United States. The geography of Canada is mostly plains with mountains in the west. The government system is a parliamentary democracy, a federation, and a constitutional monarchy. The head of state is the queen of the United Kingdom, and the head of government is the prime minister of Canada. Canada has a market economic system in which the prices of goods and services are determined in a free price system. Canada is a member of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

Advantage of studying in Canada

One of the most educated countries in the world, Canada, the land of maple and ice hockey, is attracting more and more international Bachelor’s students. Canada prides itself on top universities and research institutions recognized all around the world. This is because the educational system in Canada is based on cross-disciplinary studies, combined with teaching transferable skills and great facilities.
One of the main reasons why Canada is a growing international student destination is because the country has a transparent, accessible visa application process for international students.

The best thing about Canada is the fact that the average cost of studies and living expenses for international students is lower than in other top student destinations — In Canada, International students can work 20 hours per week during school semesters and up to 30 hours/week during school breaks.

Student life in Canada

The 500,000 international students who come to Canada every year for college and university studies are just the tip of the iceberg. Canada is a great place to grow and thrive as a student.

Canadian culture is influenced by British and French traditions, but its historical openness towards immigration means the country is a melting pot of many different cultures. Canadians are big fans of professional sports, with the most popular being the National Hockey League. Most Canadian cities host numerous sporting events, theatrical productions, and musical performances; and many emerging artists often play at university campus venues.

University/College City/Province
University of Waterloo Ontario
University of Ottawa Ottawa, Ontario
University of Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba
University of Victoria Victoria, British Columbia
Ryerson university Toronto, Ontario
Carleton University Ottawa, Ontario
Brock University Ontario
Trent University, Durham Ontario
Mount Royal University Calgary, Alberta
Royal Roads University Victoria, BC
Seneca College Toronto, Ontario
Sheridan College Ontario/Brampton, Mississauga
Conestoga College Ontario, Kitchener
Humber College Toronto
Kwantlen Polytechnic Langley/Richmond BC
Okanagan College BC
Algonquin College Ottawa ON
George Brown College Toronto, ON
Georgian College, Midland Ontario
Niagara College Ontario