Canada is the home of some of the world’s top research facilities and academic institutions.
Imagine learning in supportive academic environments where professors are approachable and classrooms reflect the cultural diversity of land.
Imagine entering the workforce with qualifications that are recognized and respected the world over.
This is what it means to study in Canada!
Start your education in Canada with valuable information on everything you need to know about studying abroad in Canada, from study permits and temporary resident visas and how much it costs, to finding a program and what student life in Canada is really all about!
Why Study in Canada
- Canada spends more per capita on its education system than any other country in the G-8 and is among the top three countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
- A degree from a Canadian university is recognized worldwide and as a result, international students who graduate from Canadian universities enjoy successful and prosperous careers.
- Canada’s universities and colleges are world-renowned for their high standards, safe campuses, and educational excellence.
- They are at the forefront of the information technology revolution and ensure that their students are equipped for the 21st century.
- A degree from a Canadian university is considered equivalent to an American degree.
- The wide choice of schools in Canada includes major research institutions as well as small liberal arts schools and a full range of undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs
- Many Canadian Universities offer the opportunity to go beyond an ordinary degree by participating in international exchanges and co-operative work-experience programs or by participating in extra-curricular activities and athletics. Co-op work experience programs allow students to combine academic semesters with work terms that relate directly to their degree.
- Sports at Canadian universities and colleges are popular and competitive.
- Canada is a world leader in software development, telecommunications, aerospace engineering, urban transport, biotechnology, mining technology and environmental industries.
- Canada offers a wide choice of 90 universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes, offering a wide range of programs.
- You will find excellent professors, reputable scientists, and world-renowned artists and writers a part of the faculty at Canadian universities.
- Outstanding facilities: First class libraries and sports facilities, museums and art galleries, theatres and concert halls: campuses have it all, including radio stations, newspapers and stores that are run by students.
- The latest in computer labs, wired classrooms and Internet access from campus, you will find a world of technology at your fingertips.
- More than ninety universities span this country, which, according to the United Nations, offers the highest quality of life in the world.
- Canada is among the select few countries whose students scored near the top in reading, mathematics and science in the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) study.
Requirements to Study in Canada
Admission requirements vary from one institution to another, but common pre-requites are :
- Minimum 12th grade for undergraduate study in a university Community colleges and Technical Institutes are more flexible).
- Minimum of 550 in your TOEFL score (paper based test)/213 (computer based test).
- For Masters degree you require 16 years of education (10+2+4).
- Work experience and a GMAT score of 600 range for MBA Programmes.
There is no Canada-wide entrance test, each university sets its own admission standards and assesses the qualifications of each applicant individually
Living In Canada
There are many climatic variations in Canada, ranging from the permanently frozen ice caps north of the 70th parallel to the lush vegetation of British Columbia’s west coast. Overall, however, Canada has four very distinct seasons, particularly in the more populated regions along the US border. Daytime summer temperatures can rise to 35°C and higher, while lows of -15°C are not uncommon in winter. More moderate temperatures are the norm in spring and fall. Over the years, Canadians have adapted extremely well to the colder periods of weather by installing heat in housing and cars, and by having heated public transportation systems.
Courses In Canada
Canadian College, where a smile is commonplace. Start with a warm and friendly atmosphere, add highly trained faculty and caring support staff, and state-of-the-art facilities, and you get an educational opportunity second to none!
Courses Available for International Students
- Accounting and Finance
- Business Studies
- Business Administration
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer programming
- Computer networking and technical support
- Culinary Arts
- Electronics Engineering Computers
- Fashion Merchandising
- Food Technology
- Graphic Design
- International Management
- Hospitality (Hotel) Management
- Human Recourses Management
- Marketing Administration
- Mechanical Engineering
- Small Business Management
- Travel & Tourism
- Minimum Year 12 (or recognised equivalent)
- Minimum requirement of IELTS is 6.0 Band or above
- 1 to 4 years
- Commencing January, May and September (Winter, Summer & Fall)
- $CDN 9000.00 p.a. to 16500.00 p.a
Institutes In Canada
|Bow Valley College||Calgary|
|Concordia University Of Edmonton||Edmonton|
|Grant MacEwan University||Edmonton|
|Medicine Hat College||Medicine Hat|
|University of Calgary||Calgary|
|University Of Lethbridge||Lethbridge|
|Acsenda College of Management||Vancouver|
|Canadian Tourism College||Vancouver|
|Coast Mountain College||Terrace|
|College Of New Caledonia||Prince George|
|College Of The Rockies||Cranbrook|
|Capilano University||North Vancouver|
|Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU)||Vancouver|
|FIC @ Simon Fraser University||Burnaby, Vancouver|
|Kwantlen Polytechnic University||Surrey|
|New York Institute of Technology||Vancouver|
|North Island College (NIC)||Comox Valley|
|Northern Lights College||Fort St.John|
|Royal Roads University||Victoria|
|Sprott Shaw College||Surrey|
|Sterling College||British Columbia|
|Stenberg College||Vancouver, Surrey|
|Thompson Rivers University (TRU)||Kamloops|
|University Of Northern British Columbia||Prince George|
|University Of The Fraser Valley||Abbotsford|
|University Canada West||Vancouver|
|Vancouver Community College||Vancouver|
|Vancouver Island University||Nanaimo|
|Vancouver Film School||Vancouver|
|Western Community College||Vancouver|
|Assiniboine Community College||Brandon|
|International College of Manitoba||Winnipeg|
|Manitoba Institute Of Trades And Technology (MITT)||Winnipeg|
|Red River College||Winnipeg|
|University Of Manitoba||Winnipeg|
|University Of Winnipeg||Winnipeg|
|Mount Allison University||Sackville|
|New Brunswick Community College||Fredericton, Saint John|
|University Of New Brunswick||Fredericton, Saint John|
|Cape Breton University||Sydney|
|Mount Saint Vincent University||Halifax|
|Brock University||St. Catharines|
|Cambrian College||Sudbury, Toronto|
|Canadore College||Mississauga, North Bay|
|Lakehead University||Thunder Bay|
|Lambton College||Sarnia,Toronto, Mississauga|
|Niagara College||Welland, Niagara falls|
|Pures Institute of Technology||Toronto|
|Sault College||Ste Marie|
|St. Clair College||Windsor, Toronto|
|St. Lawrence College||Kingston, Toronto|
|Toronto Film School||Toronto|
|Toronto School of Management||Toronto|
|University Of Waterloo||Waterloo|
|PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND|
|University Of Prince Edward Island||Charlottetown|
|Cégep de la Gaspésie||Montreal|
|Great Plains College||Saskatchewan|
|Parkland College||Canora, Yorkton|
|Saskatchewan Polytechnic||Saskatoon, Regina|
|University Of Regina||Regina|
|University Of Saskatchewan||Saskatoon|