The United Nations Chosen Place to Live in!!
The UNO has time and again ranked Canada as a best place to live in and study, based upon Canada’s achievements in terms of educational accomplishment, life expectancy, national income and Overall quality of life. It also included Canada’s abundance of fresh water, comfortable population density, low incidence of violent crime and a health care system that is a model for the world.
Excellence in Education and Research.
Canadian universities are ranked among the best in the world. Its degrees are valued and acknowledged all over. Moreover Canadian tuition fees are among the lowest in English-speaking countries.
Degrees of International Repute.
Canada boasts of world class educational institutions for both degrees and diplomas in technical and professional disciplines. Over 148,000 international students attend Canadian colleges and universities from all over the globe. This means that you can meet people from around the world as well as people from your own country.
Job Opportunities after graduation.
International students are encouraged to take up jobs after their graduation. Students who have graduated from a Canadian university or college have the opportunity to work in Canada for up to one year after they receive their degree or diploma. International students can work on campus and off-campus without a work permit.
Safe & Peaceful Country.
Canada is a peaceful, politically stable, and safe country. We have laws that protect the rights of our citizens. Almost 65 per cent of international students in a CBIE survey cited that Canada’s reputation as a safe country as an important reason for deciding to study here.
Excellent health care.
Canada has very sophisticated yet inexpensive health care facilities. Compared to other countries, medical insurance is inexpensive in Canada.
Expertise in Language!
Students can enrich their linguistic and communicative abilities here at Canada considered world leaders in language training. Over a century, Canada’s two official languages (English and French) have been taught as second languages.
A multicultural country.
Canada is home to a large number of aboriginal people, called First Nations. Over the past century and a half, Canada has welcomed 15 million immigrants. Every year, some 200,000 new immigrants arrive here making Canada – a diverse and rich cosmopolitan country. Canada has a national policy for multiculturalism and works to ensure that people’s customs and traditions are preserved and respected.
Salubrious Nature & Seasons.
While Canada has big cities, it also has a huge amount of unsettled land and a thriving national and provincial parks system. The temperature varies a great deal in Canada. Certain cities almost never have snow in the winter while other cities may get a lot. There’s something for everyone, including indoor and outdoor recreational activities at no or low cost. Our four distinct seasons offer variety and their own special pleasures.
Canadians can be reserved with newcomers but are generally very welcoming, amicable and respectful of differences. Educational institutions encourage new students from abroad and many have targets to increase their numbers of international students. One thing is for sure-Study in Canada will be a memorable experience!