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  • Study in Canada

    While you obsessively stare at pictures of Justin Trudeau (don’t deny it!), you may as well see whether Canada is actually a place you can study abroad in. The Great White North and the super friendly upstairs neighbors to the U.S., Canada is known for its maple syrup, the Niagara Falls, and their excellent ice hockey teams.

    Studying in Canada has become an appealing option for international students. Not only is it one of the safest places to go to in the world; Canada (and particularly major cities like Toronto and Vancouver) also has a wealth of cultural diversity that is truly inviting the foreign students from everywhere in the world.

  • Why Study in Canada?

    1. Canada takes education seriously

    Did you know that Canada is the world’s most educated country? In fact, over half of its residents have university degrees. It must be pretty interesting to be a student there, eh?

    2. Canadian universities are among the best education institutions

    Some of the top international universities and colleges are located in Canada, and students from all over the world have come to join the biggest names in their field.

    Experts in Journalism, Politics, Medicine, and Technology got their start from universities like the University of Toronto and McGill University; and you’ll have the chance to work alongside some of the sharpest minds in the world.

    3. Flexibility through education variety

    Canada offers an interesting variety of higher education institutions: universities, colleges, polytechnics, and cégeps (vocational schools). Depending on the goals you have, or what you’re looking for, you may want to select the institutional model that fits your needs.

    4. Highly regarded diplomas

    Canadian college and university graduates are highly-valued on the job market, and people who study there have been able to find great jobs in any field they’re interested in.

    5. Canadian culture embraces diversity

    No matter who you are, where you come from, or what you want to study, Canadians are ready to welcome you warmly. The North American country invests a lot of efforts to ensure international students are safe, treated fairly, and happy to take part in the Canadian education and lifestyle.

  • What to study in Canada

    In Canada, you’ll enter a giant buffet of subjects to select from. Universities in every major city in all of the provinces offer degrees in a wide range of Master’s and Bachelor’s degree subjects – from Art, History to Neuroscience, to Accounting and Software Engineering. To narrow down this panoply, here are some that you can consider:

  • Major cities in Canada

    Although Canada is a huge country, geographically speaking, most of its inhabitants live toward the southernmost region of the country. Some of the biggest cities in the country are also home to major universities and institutions:

  • Which universities to attend in Canada

    If you were to see all of the top university ranking lists, you’d see a strong presence of Canadian universities in all of the top 100 lists. Below we’ll run through some of our favorite highlights:

    Practical Information

    Each university in Canada has its own system on their website that allows future students to apply for and enrol in their degree programmes. So, once you select the university of your choice, you can go through their application and submit your materials there.

    Here are some of the basic requirements you’ll need for every application:

    • A scan of your diploma (high school or Bachelor’s degree)
    • A transcript/record of your previous courses
    • A scan of your passport
    • Your CV
    • Testing scores
    • Evidence of scholarship or funding
    • Letters of recommendation (between 2-3)
    • Portfolio and/or writing samples

Living in Canada

  • Average university tuition fees in Canada

    In Canada, the fees vary based on your level, university, discipline, and country of origin. Private universities are more expensive than public ones, but overall, tuition fees for international students range between:

    • 1,000–30,000 CAD/year for Bachelor's degrees
    • 1,000–65,000 CAD/year for Master's degrees

    Cost of Living in Canada

    Compared to the rest of the world, Canada can be rather pricey. Especially in major cities, you may find that transportation and food have higher price stickers than most other countries.

    You should prepare at least 800–1,500 CAD per month for most cities. In Vancouver or Calgary, living costs can reach 2,000 CAD per month.

    Here’s a breakdown of some of the average costs for various things in Canada:

    • Rent (private apartment): 650–1,200 CAD/month
    • Utilities: 230–270 CAD/month
    • Pair of jeans: 64 CAD
    • Monthly transportation card/ticket: 97 CAD
    • Bottle of wine: 15 CAD
    • Loaf of bread: 2.90 CAD
    • Milk: 2.50 CAD
    • Ticket to the cinema: 14 CAD

About Canada

  • Fun Facts about Canada

    • After Russia, Canada is the second largest country in the world in terms of land mass.
    • Canada has more lakes than the rest of the world’s lakes combined. Plenty of opportunities to go for a swim!
    • The Blackberry Smartphone is developed in Waterloo, Ontario.
    • Canada is home to approximately 55,000 different insect species.
    • Canada has a prison for polar bears who break into people’s homes.

Universities, colleges and schools in Canada

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