Why Study in Canada?

The UN ranked Canada as one of the best places to live in the world – thanks to its education system, national income and quality of life. Studying courses in Canada could also help you learn a new language – or two – as Canada has two official languages, English and French.

Your choice to study abroad in Canada could be based on many factors, however the main advantages are obvious. Universities in Canada offer a proven top-class education, with no less than 12 Canadian Universities making into the Times Higher Education Supplement Top 200. Think how many universities there are in the world to put that into perspective.

You have plenty to choose from, such as Concordia University, McGill University, McMaster University, Queen’s University, Universite de Montreal, University of Alberta, University of British Columbia, University of Calgary, University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, University of Western Ontario and York University.

It’s not all about league tables and awards, studying in Canada will bring many other benefits, such as an active and varied lifestyle in a beautiful country, the opportunity to work, great health care benefits, friendly locals and low tuition fees. Many study activities will lead to opportunities to make new friends, experience new landscapes and learn new skills. With each changing season a new activity comes forward, such as walking during spring and fall, sailing and summer festivals during, obviously summer, and hiking, skiing and sledging in winter.

Keep fit, make new friends, learn new skills and major in your chosen subject – what more could you want?

Study in Canada does come with the added perk of allowing you to work part-time during your studies, which will come in extremely handy not only extra cash-wise, but also to add all-important skills and experience to your CV. You are also able to work for a year after you graduate. You generally won’t need a work permit if you have a valid study permit, which being an international student you should have, but do check this out depending on the job you choose.

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