Why study in Canada

Canada is becoming increasingly popular among international students due to its excellent education system. Canada is most known for its cleanliness and natural beauty which attracts thousands of students. In addition to being a safe zone, Canada is also politically stable. Being one of the wealthiest countries in the world Canada has a dedicated education system, with a strong economic climate, which really makes it a preferred destination for higher education.

  • When talking of best education standards, Canada holds its place as one of the top levels in the world. Degrees from Canada are accepted and approved all around the globe. To meet the high-quality standards, all academic programs are periodically reviewed by the institutions, and before granting membership, colleges have to fulfill membership standards.
  • Universities in Canada are internationally-recognized, affordable and ready to meet the variety of educational needs of local and international students. Canada is home to some of the top universities in the world. According to QS World University Rankings 26 Canadian universities feature among the world’s best. This includes three top universities in Canada in top 50 worldwide, with a further 10 in the top 300
  • Job prospects are strong for Canada’s international graduates. The country’s universities boast links to more than 5,000 global collaboration agreements. Combined with Canada’s focus on industry-specific applied research, it’s no surprise that more than 90% of Canadian alums are employed in less than six months after graduation.
  • There are a significant number of scholarship opportunities for international students in Canada compared to the other countries. Non-government & university specific scholarships are also available for international students in Canada
  • The colleges and universities in Canada offer various certificate, graduate, postgraduate, masters and Ph.D. programs in various fields. You can choose from thousands of specializations offered at Canadian institutions. With so many options, there’s a course that can meet everyone’s requirements
  • A study abroad aspirant has to take into consideration the financial aspect, which forms the essential part of the study abroad decisionCost of education in Canada is less expensive as compared to countries like U.S.A, Australia, and other preferred education destinations.All the institutions in Canada receive public funding through the government which ensures a lower tuition fee and makes sure that all universities maintain the academic standards.
  • As compared to other countries, the student visa process is fairly simple for Canada. The Student Partnership Program has made the visa application process easy and fast for Indian students wishing to study in Canada.
  • In Canada, you are free to adopt any primary language between English and French. The language of instruction of the majority of courses in English. However, some courses are also taught in French. There are also various language courses available for students. This gives international students an opportunity to learn a foreign language and enhance their profile.
  • Being the first country to officially accept multiculturalism as its policy, which makes the people living in Canada proud about diversity, this country mainly focuses on the potential and value of people rather than their religion, caste and creed. There are many ethnic groups and allophones which contribute to the overall population of Canada. This shows the mindset and diversity of people living in Canada for all other people.
  • Almost all the institutions in Canada have the latest technology in classrooms, which facilitates the students with the feature of distance learning, and polling technology which keeps Canada at top level in its techno logistic sector, also many schools in Canada participate in techno logistic challenges conducted worldwide which include some of the challenges related to robotics, fraud monitoring, regulatory compliance, social media, cloud computing, information security, etc.
  • According to a survey, Canada ranked 4th worldwide in terms of life quality. Various factors considered in the survey were education standard, literacy percentage, safety, stability, etc. Also, five cities in Canada are ranked among top 25 in terms of sanitary cities. As there is plenty of music, art, theatre, and food in almost every province, you don´t need to travel a lot for finding adventure and fun. Thus Canada is a peaceful and politically stable country for International students.

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Canada is one of the world’s most popular destinations for international students, offering a diverse variety of experiences and opportunities in a country known for its vast expanses, multicultural cities and natural beauty. If you want to study in Canada, the good news is that tuition fees are generally less expensive than in other major Anglophone destinations (the US, UK and Australia), although they are still quite high in comparison to other countries.

The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) offers a useful online tool which allows prospective international students to quickly calculate the costs of studying at different universities in Canada, as well as providing guidance on the documents needed to apply.

  • Universities in Canada set their own fees, and these vary depending on several factors: what program you’re studying, whether you are an international or home student, and whether you’re studying at undergraduate or postgraduate level. According to the latest report from Statistics Canada, tuition fees in Canada rose by an average of 3.1% for undergraduate domestic students in 2017/18. Tuition fees continue to be the most expensive in the province of Ontario, where domestic undergraduate students pay an average of CA$8,454 per year.

If you’re a Canadian citizen studying in Canada, you can expect to pay an average of CA$6,571 per year for an undergraduate degree, and CA$6,907 per year for a graduate degree.

 

  • According to Statistics Canada, the average tuition fees for international students in 2017/18 are CA$25,180 (~US$20,540) per year. Arts and humanities courses tend to be cheaper, while subjects such as engineering and medicine are among the more expensive (an average of CA$28,625 (~US$23,340) per year). Fees for business and management courses are lower than the national average, at CA$24,683 (~US$20,120) per year.

 

  • If you want to study at postgraduate level, the tuition fees are generally lower, and again vary depending on your program. Statistics Canada puts the average postgraduate tuition fee at CA$16,252 in 2017/18, which is approximately US$13,250.

As is the case worldwide, executive MBA programs are generally the most expensive, averaging around CA$51,891 (~US$42,440), while regular MBAs cost CA$29,293 (~US$23,900) on average.

To find out more, get your free online copy of the QS Top Grad School Guide, including a dedicated section about postgraduate study in Canada.

  • Although Canadian student visa requirements say you must have at least CA$10,000 (~US$8,100) (or CA$11,000/~US$8,900 if studying in Quebec) on top of your tuition fees, you’ll likely need to budget much more than this for your living expenses. Your living costs will vary considerably depending on your location and spending habits, with large cities generally more expensive to live in.

The Université de Montréal estimates students will need a total of CA$15,050 per year including housing, food, accommodation, books and course supplies, phone costs and miscellaneous expenses. Similarly, the University of British Columbia, located in Vancouver, estimates living costs of CA$15,500 per year, not including mandatory health insurance, which is CA$864 per year under the BC Health Plan. (Vancouver has been named the most expensive Canadian city to live in, particularly in terms of rent.) It’s also a good idea to budget for extra costs, such as warm winter clothing if you don’t already have any.

The three main types of student accommodation (homestay, university accommodation and private accommodation) vary considerably in costs, with students paying around CA$6,000 (~US$4,850) for accommodation each year. Private shared accommodation can cost up to CA$8,400 per year. University accommodation is often cheaper, with some universities offering meal plans to allow you to purchase food from the university’s food outlets.

Here are some examples of average living costs in Canada:

  • Eating out at a restaurant: CA$15 per person (~US$12)
  • One-way ticket on local public transport: CA$3.10 (~US$2.50)
  • Loaf of bread: CA$2.76 (~US$2.20)
  • Cinema ticket: CA$12.99 (~US$10.50)
  • Monthly gym fee: CA$48.42 (~US$40)

You should also remember to purchase compulsory health insurance while studying in Canada. This will cost approximately CA$600 (~US$485) per year.

 

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