Canada


Canada is a country of natural beauty from coast to coast - with endless landscapes of mountains, lakes, rivers, forests and plains. This really is the great outdoors. Canada is the second largest country in the world, spanning six time zones. Extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and penetrating deep into the Arctic, Canada is an explorer's paradise. In the north lies most of this beauty, largely uninhabited and unspoiled. The Niagra Falls are magnificent, as are the Great Lakes, whilst Banff and Jasper National Parks offer exquisite scenery of glaciers, peaks and fluorescent blue lakes.

During your time studying abroad in Canada you will most likely be based in one of the cities close to the American border - cities which embrace multiculturism like no other. British and French cultures penetrate the nation, culminating in two official languages, whilst a cauldron of other nationalities can be seen and heard: Indian, Dutch, Chinese, Spanish and Polish, to name but a few. Toronto exhibits this blend better than anywhere: its vibrant summer festivals and love for music will surely entice you. It is also Canada's business centre and the largest city in the country.

Canada boasts 10 universities in the QS World University Rankings Top 200 Universities, demonstrating the level of quality and reputation in the country's higher education system.

Additionally, the country boasts a range of other post-secondary school education institutions, known as colleges, university colleges, institutes of technology and advanced learning, community colleges and colleges of applied arts and technology - many of which are able to grant degree-level qualifications.

As one of the largest systems of higher education in the world, Canada has an extremely robust quality assurance and accreditation process ensuring that degree-level studies are recognized internationally. Undergraduate scholarships are available to offset some of the costs of studying in Canada.


Top Universities in Canada:
  • Carleton University
  • Concordia University
  • Dalhousie University
  • Laval University
  • McGill University
  • McMaster University
  • Queen's University
  • Simon Fraser University
  • The University of Western Ontario
  • Universite de Montreal
  • UniversitĂ© du QuĂ©bec
  • University of Alberta
  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Calgary
  • University of Manitoba

To study in Canada international students will require a Study Visa. This type of visa will provide you with the full benefits of Canadian Immigration on a short-term basis. In addition to being allowed to study in Canada other benefits include being permitted to work on the campus of the educational institute you're studying. In order to be eligible to study in Canada you will need an acceptance letter, proof that you have sufficient funds to pay fees and live near the university, demonstrate you intend to return home on completion and you may also be required to pass a medical examination.

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