KEEP TOURING!! This is the motto of the Canadian tourism department; this holds true for every student looking forward to pursuing education abroad. You must explore all the study destinations and find the one that is a blend of best academic quality, good employment opportunities, feasible education, living cost and wonderful living experience.
There are a few significant pointers that students who want to pursue education in Canada need to consider:
Canada boasts an education system that is known around the globe for its high quality and research orientation that results in great innovations. It is comparatively easier to get an admission in a Canadian University than other major study destinations.
2. Affordable education and living expenses:
While the quality of education and standard of living in Canada is on par with all the developed nations, the cost of education and living in Canada is significantly lower than in countries like the USA and UK. The tuition fees and the living cost for an international student in Canada can differ on the basis of several factors like location, institution and the selected program.
3. Immigration Opportunities:
Any student willing to pursue a course in Canada will need a study permit. Applying to study in Canada opens the door for easy immigration. The student permit has to be applied from outside Canada, from the visa authority of your native country. The study permit is sanctioned only after you receive a letter of acceptance from a Canadian University.
Along with the university acceptance letter, you’ll also have to furnish proof of identity and proof of funds that assures that you have enough capital to bear the tuition fees and living expenses in Canada. Once you finish your graduation, you can apply for a work permit of a maximum of three years to work in Canada and after completion of these three years, you can apply for permanent residency.
4. Great work-student life balance:
It becomes necessary for many international students to work during their college years to meet their living expenses. Almost all universities in Canada allow students to work a maximum of 20 hours when the term is going on and full-time (40 hours) during the vacations. The average pay for international students can be around 7 to 10 Canadian Dollars per hour. The student who is enrolled in a recognized Canadian University doesn’t require any work permit to work part-time during the term of their graduation.
5. Quality outdoor education:
What you do inside your classroom is equally important to what you do outside. Canada offers you a lot to do outside your classroom. The campuses are furnished with advanced technologies and amenities that motivates you to think outside the box. Universities give huge emphasis on sports, performing arts and social works. However, you can also think out of your campus boundaries and exploit the benefits of the vast geographical diversity of Canada with huge mountains, lakes and exotic beaches.
Aside from the numerous advantages of studying in canada. Canada is also very diverse in culture because people from different ethnic backgrounds immigrate there making it very easy to blend in. They are open and very welcoming to new immigrants which makes it a safe destination to study.
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