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30 Jan, 2020

Why study in Canada?

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Why study in Canada?

Canada has become a popular destination for higher studies among international students. With more and more students are considering Abroad for their higher studies Canada is one of the best picks among them.

Be it ease of communication or the simplified education system followed in Canada, or the relatively low cost of living – all of these makes Canada as one of the premier destinations for prospective international students.

Cost of living
Rent and residential costs are the most substantial aspect in determining the cost of living in Canada. The average rental cost for modest student accommodation will range around CAD $1000-$1500. Apart from the basic rent, you are most likely to spend $90 on basic amenities such as gas, electricity, water etc on a monthly basis. Students who are planning to study in Canada can save up on accommodation expenses by sharing flats or applying for university accommodation.

A wealth of options
Canada’s universities offer more than 15,000 undergraduadate and graduate degree programs – as well as professional degree programs, diplomas and certificates – in a broad range of disciplines. Many international students looking to study in Canada quickly discover that Canadian universities offer a solid return on your educational investment. These outstanding schools are generally lower in tuition fees than many other English-speaking countries.

Open to the world
Experience the research-enriched learning environment on Canada’s globally-minded campuses and develop the invaluable critical thinking and analytical skills global citizens require. Canadian culture prides itself on being welcoming, tolerant and cordial. As a member of the British Commonwealth, Canada is home to a widely diverse population (Canada has two official languages: English and French). But, as a country with a relatively low population density, Canada has the intimate feel of a small nation.

Experiential learning
Canadian universities offer a wide range of programs that provide students with hands-on experiences, including co-op learning, which alternates classroom education and on-the-job training and internships.

Support services
International students benefit from services to help them transition to living and studying in Canada: orientation activities, student advisors, language support, academic associations, social clubs and other programs at their educational institutions.

The Great Outdoors
Natural resources are a major draw for students looking to study in Canada. Whether you love hiking, skiing, waterskiing, rock climbing or just enjoying a beautiful evening’s sunset, Canada has some of the most pristine natural areas in the world.

Working after study in Canada
The country’s policy towards offering work opportunities to its international students is often one of the most important reasons for a student to choose it to pursue higher education. In order to work in Canada after completing your studies, all you need is a PGWP i.e Post Graduate Work Permit. A PGWP is a document that allows international students who have completed an education degree from a participating Canadian post-secondary institution to be able to work after study in Canada. It allows the candidate to work for a period of time varying from eight months to a maximum of three years.

 

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