Why Study in Canada?

Canada consistently ranks as one of the best countries in the world and is currently the best country for quality of life. Study in Canada, and you’ll receive an internationally recognized education from some of the top educators and academics in the world.

Few Benefits

Experience Like No Other

Adventure awaits you in Canada! One of the greatest things about studying in Canada is the opportunity to experience a climate, culture and way of life that is beyond compare.

Quality of Life Rank

They rank #1 in the world when it comes to quality of life. According to the World University Rankings, they also have 5 of the top 100 best student cities in the world

Warm and Friendly Community

We’re proud to say that the ‘warm and friendly’ stereotype about Canadians is true. When you come to Canada, you’ll find a welcoming country with a unique Canadian culture that embraces diversity.

Post Study Work Permit

Post-Graduation Work Permits (PGWPs) are open work permits, meaning that they grant foreign nationals the freedom to work for different employers in different locations.

Affordable Cost

Canada is known for having some of the lowest university tuition fees among English speaking countries. Whatever your budget may be, you’ll find something just right for you in our diverse range of education options.

Path to a Promising Future

Canadian college and university students graduate with a strong earning potential. That’s because we position them for a successful future and rewarding careers. In the last decade alone, Canada created 1.6 million new jobs for graduates.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! A Canadian study permit allows you to work part-time (maximum 20 hours per week) while you study in Canada.
Immediately after you finish studying you will be eligible to apply for a post-graduation work permit which allows you to stay in Canada and work. With a sufficient combination of Canadian education and Canadian skilled work experience, you can become eligible to apply for permanent residence. Completing studies in Canada does not guarantee Canadian permanent residence, but it greatly increases your eligibility!
Each university in Canada has its own policy regarding transfer credits from other institutions. Contact the university/Agent that you are interested in directly to find out which transfer credits, if any, can be applied towards your intended program of study.
Universities get to deal independently with academic matters regarding the curricula, methods and teaching strategies. Universities have the power to set academic, admission, and graduation policies and standards, appoint staff, and undertake academic planning, meanwhile Private Universities are out-of-province institutions permitted to provide degrees after a meticulous quality assessment process by the designated governmental authorities which give the green light to certain degrees.
Commonly international students go for part time job like, cleaning, bartending, volunteer work or live-in-care types of work. More information about Job Opportunities can be found.
Most Canadian cities and major towns have an efficient public transport system, and good cycle paths are found in urban areas. A large network of buses provides the main transport network for urban areas but other modes of transport are available. For example, Toronto has the Subway, Montreal has the Metro, and Vancouver has its Sky Train and Ottawa the O-Train. Fares are reasonable, and transit tickets and flexible transit passes are also readily available for monthly, daily or multi-day travel.
Normally the first thing you will need to do before landing a job is get a bank account and a phone number which insinuates that you will get paid via bank transfers. However, it can be possible for some types of daily jobs to be paid in cash too.
Ranked in the top 100 best Universities in the World are 5 of the best qualified Canadian Universities as following:
  • University of Toronto
  • University of British Columbia
  • McGill University
  • McMaster University
  • University of Alberta
You can apply for your Study Permit/Visa in your country of residence, your country of nationality or the country where you have been legally admitted.
A Designated Learning Institution is an educational institution that is approved by a provincial or territorial government to host international students.