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About Canada

Canada is a vast and rugged land. It Spans, from north to south more than half of the Northern Hemisphere and from east to west it stretches almost 4,700 miles across six time zones. It is the second largest country in the world, but it has only one-half of one percent of the world's population.

Canada features black-blue lakes, numerous rivers, majestic western mountains, rolling central plains, and forested eastern valleys. Canada's far north lies in the frozen grip of the Arctic, where ice, snow, and glaciers dominate the landscape.

Capital: Ottawa

Currency: Canadian dollars CAD

Language: English and French

Population: 35,881,659


Why Study in Canada

Canada is among the top destinations for students who choose to study abroad. Students prefer Canada for higher education on account of various reasons. With one of the longest coastlines, vast wilderness, world-class cities, and a culture of tolerance and diversity, Canada is a natural destination for thousands of international students. Here are some of the many benefits of making Canada your education destination:

Map of Canada


Benefits of studying in Canada

A High Tech, Modern Country

Canada is a leading country in computer and information technology. Their reputation is only getting greater for excellence in categories such as transportation and engineering, telecommunications, animation; and specifically aerospace, medical devices, advanced software, microelectronics, urban transport, biotechnology, etc. For example, Canada was one of the first countries in the world to connect schools and libraries to the Internet.

Academic Excellence

Canada is plain and simple one of the best places to gain higher education. Both the universities and the Canadian Government provide benefits for international students. The high academic standards and quality education help provide the students with the best education to go out into the real world and start careers. When a student receives a degree from a Canadian university, it acts as a mark of trust and excellence.

It's Affordable 

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.  Other than just affordable education, Canada overall as a country is very accessible. Canada’s cost of living is much less compared to other nations around the world. Most public transportation are quite affordable as well. 

Values and Culture

Canada is a welcoming country with a unique Canadian culture that embraces diversity. Every year Canada welcomes thousands of immigrants from all over the world with open arms. Many of these immigrants come to Canada for higher education. Although Canada may look like an entirely different country than their home, many students even forget that they’re away from home due to the many cultures living in Canada. The great thing about having so many ethnicities within Canada is the respect of their values and cultures.

Safe and peaceful

Canada has been consistently ranked as one of the safest nations in the world. In 2018, the Global Peace Index, listed Canada as the sixth peaceful country across the globe. As international student, you’ll enjoy the same rights as any other Canadian.

Employment Opportunity

While studying in Canada, students are permitted to take up part time jobs both on campus and off campus. While studying, no international students are required to obtain a work permit when working on campus. There are also many job opportunities off campus that are readily available near universities such as hostels, hotels, general labor, tutor, child care, restaurants, etc. Once an international student has graduated, they can work in Canada for up to 3 years! 

Vibrant and lively campus life

At all Canadian campuses you can expect events, fests, and other activities being conducted all through the year. This creates a happy and lively environment for all the students, helps you network and meet new people besides keeping the homesickness away. Every university and college have its own parties, events, and community activities to involve students. Many cultural events help mingle multicultural people within the university. Not only does this help international students gain friends and acquaintances, but it also opens up networking where they can meet more people for job opportunities, housing opportunities, etc.

Immigration Opportunities 

A work permit visa along with study permits are given to the international student. After graduation, students can continue to co-operate in Canada for three years after the completion of one year; students can apply to become a permanent resident of Canada. This makes studying in Canada an excellent idea for young adults who want to become Canadian citizens. The Citizenship and Immigration Canada has made it much easier to get a student visa which can eventually turn into citizenship. 

Top Universities in Canada

According to The QS world University Ranking 2022, top universities in the Canada are: -

Canada Rank
Name of the University
Global Rank
University of Toronto
McGill University
University of British Columbia
Université de Montréal
University of Alberta
McMaster University
University of Waterloo
Western University
University of Ottawa
University of Calgary
Queen's University at Kingston
Dalhousie University
Simon Fraser University
University of Victoria (UVic)
Université Laval
University of Saskatchewan
York University
Concordia University
University of Guelph
Université du Québec

Most Popular Courses in Canada

Business & Finance

Computer Science & IT

Agricultural Sciences

Agricultural Science & Forestry.

Biosciences, Medicine & Healthcare.

Media & Journalism


Core Engineering & Engineering Management.

Our expert counsellors can assist in finding a perfect course for you

Essential guidelines for students to study in Canada

Student Visa 


Cost of Living

Info Coming soon

Work while studying

Post Graduation 

Work Permit

Main Intake in Canada

There are three main intakes in Canada:

  • Fall Intake - Fall intake is the primary intake of the academic year which means more seats available in various institutions across Canada. It starts in September and runs through until December.

  • Winter Intake - The winter intake starts in January and runs until April. There are fewer institutes offering a limited amount of courses. 

  • Spring Intake - The Spring or Summer intake has the least amount of colleges and universities offering the least amount of courses.

Health and Insurance

Before the commencement of the course program, it is mandatory for all students travelling to Canada to get medical insurance before the commencement of their program. In Canada, international student health insurance is priced between $600 and $900 per year (indicative). In British Columbia, Quebec, Alberta, Newfoundland, Manitoba, Labrador or Saskatchewan, you will be insured under the respective provincial health plans as per the length of your stay.

Accommodation Costs

The cost of living in Canada is 3.09% lower than in the United States. The rent in Canada is 22.88% lower than in the United States. While these statistics are lower, the annual income for Canada is slightly larger than the annual revenue for the United States.

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