Why study in Canada?
There are many reasons why you should study in Canada.
Here are some of the good reasons:
Offers world-class education:
Canadian universities and colleges are recognized all over the world. The education system of Canada encourages cross-disciplinary studies and the development of transferable skills and uses cutting edge technology and digital media. Four Canadian universities ranked in the 2017-2018 as top 100 for the best universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education. The University of Toronto (22nd), University of British Columbia (34th), McGill University (42nd) and McMaster University (78th).
In Canada, so many of the world’s ethnic groups fully represented in Canada. Everyone can feel right at home in Canada. Canadian reach cultural heritage provides the widest choice of ethnic foods and recreational activities.
Get the benefit of work experience in Canada after graduation:
The Canadian government gives you a chance to get work experience from Canada for up to 3 years after completing your graduation from a Canadian university. Hence it is an excellent way to continue to live in Canada while expanding and developing your professional skills.
Excellent quality of life:
Three cities of Canada (i.e Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal) are made a place in the list of the top 25 student cities according to QS World University Rankings in 2017. As a Canadian temporary resident, you can enjoy many of the same rights, freedoms and privileges that protect all Canadians. This is the sign of what makes Canada such a stable and peaceful society.
Affordable cost of education in Canada:
Canadian degrees are considered as equivalent to US degree and other Commonwealth countries. Tuition fees for international students are lower in Canada than many other countries such as USA, UK, Australia and provide a variety of degree programs.
Experience Hi-Tech campus:
Campus life is an important consideration for many international students and Canada does not disappoint them. Campuses in Canada feature the latest technology with wireless hotspots throughout enabling a rich experience featuring online interactive learning experience. Canada is the first country who connect schools and libraries to the internet by starting SchoolNet Program. It has changed the way students learn and had a good echo in other nation.
Easy to get a permanent residence:
Current government policy caters to grow a growing pool of international student with strong ties to Canada. It includes study credentials and Canada based work experience. A qualified student on a study permit is encouraged to apply for Canadian permanent residence under various Federal or provincial immigration programs without ever having to leave Canada.