Why Study In Canada ?
Canada provides academic qualifications respected around the world. Students can experience a unique multicultural environment in a safe and beautiful country. More than 200,000 top international students and researchers choose to study in Canada each year.
Canada’s universities are among the best in the world. In 2012, 4 Canadian universities ranked in the Top 100 of the ARWU Shanghai Ranking and 22 in the Top 500; 3 ranked in the Top 50 of the QS University Ranking and 20 in the Top 500; and 5 ranked in the Top 100 of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings and 8 in the Top 200. Canadian universities also have global links to more than 5,000 active international collaboration agreements with counterparts around the world. 5 MBA schools in Canada placed in the top 100 Financial Times Rankings (2012).
Students choose Canada because a strong education and a positive international experience is the foundation for their exciting and successful futures. The quality, affordability and renowned research opportunities are key factors in this decision. University campuses across Canada offer multicultural environments, beautiful spaces and friendly people.
As a leader in business, political diplomacy, technology, arts and culture — Canada’s education system is at the core of its success and its graduates are players on the world stage.
According to the POSTSECONDARY STUDENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (PSIS), international students accounted for about 4% of all students enrolled in Canadian universities in 1992. By 2008, the share of international students had doubled, reaching 8% of all university students in Canada. These changes are the result of an increase in the overall number of international students at Canadian universities from 36,822 in 1992 to 87,798 in 2008.
Overall, the number of students enrolled in doctoral and master degree programs has decreased. In contrast, the shares enrolled in bachelor’s level programs rose from 55% in 1992 to 67% in 2008. In 1992, students from Asia accounted for 49.8% of international students and reached 52.7% in 2008. The next largest group consists of students from spain, with their share being 16.3% in 1992 and 17.9% in 2008.
While studying at some of our Canadian university or college partners, students may be eligible for a part time off campus work permit. Upon completion of their program, they may be eligible for a post graduate work permit for up to three years.
Canadian universities and colleges offer programs that range from fine art to biology, commerce, astronomy, media studies, and religion. At present, these universities and university colleges offer more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, professional courses.
Study In Canada
As a study destination, Canada has always placed great significance on a healthy living environment and multicultural diversity. Canada is in fact counted as one of the top education performers in the world. According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Canada per capita investment in their education system has placed them among the top three countries for spending on public post-secondary education. There are a number of institutions in Canada offering a wide range of degree and diploma courses. Quebec, Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario are the most popular provinces that house the top institutions in Canada.
All across the world, Canadian education is well known for its excellence and quality. High standards on learning and on imparting education are strictly adhered to at various institutions in Canada. A number of institutions in Canada are also involved in varied international partnerships for research to address a number of world issues.
- 1. Abbotsford School District.
- 2. Acadia Universitys.
- 3. Algonquin College
- 4. Bodwell High School
- 5. Brock University
- 6. Brooklyn College.
- 7. Cambrian College of Applied Art and Technology.
- 8. Camosun College.
- 9. Canadian College of English Language (CCEL)
- 10. Canadore College
- 11. Cape Breton University.
- 12. Capilano University
- 14. Centennial College
- 15. Columbia College
- 16. Columbia International College
- 17. Conestoga College
- 18. Confederation College
- 19. Coquitlam School District No. 43
- 20. CultureWorks
- 21. Dalhousie University
- 22. Douglas College
- 23. Durham College
- 24. East Coast School of Languages (ECSL)
- 25. EC Language Centres
- 26. Emily Carr University of Art And Design
- 27. Fanshawe College
- 28. Fleming College
- 29. Fraser International College
- 30. George Brown College
- 31. Georgian College
- 32. Global Village English Centres
- 33. Humber College
- 34. ILSC
- 35. International College of Manitoba (ICM)
- 36. Kaplan PLI
- 37. Kings University College at Western University
- 38. Kwantlen Polytechnic University
- 39. Langara College
- 40. LaSalle College
- 41. Laurentian University
- 42. Loyalist College
- 43. Mount Royal University
- 44. Niagara College
- 45. North Island College
- 46. NSCAD University
- 47. OCAD University
- 48. Ottawa-Carleton District School Board
- 49. Queen’s University
- 50. Red River College
- 51. Royal Roads University
- 52. Ryerson University
- 53. Saskatchewan Polytechnic
- 54. Selkirk College
- 55. Sheridan College
- 56. St. Clair College
- 57. St. Francis Xavier University
- 58. St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Technology
- 59. Study Group at Royal Roads University
- 60. Surrey School District No. 36
- 61. The High School at Vancouver Island University
- 62. Thompson Rivers University
- 63. Trent University
- 64. Trinity Western University
- 65. University Of Alberta
- 66. University of Guelph
- 67. University of Northern British Columbia
- 68. University of Ontario Institute of Technology
- 69. University of Prince Edward Island
- 70. University of Saskatchewan
- 71. University of the Fraser Valley
- 72. University of Victoria – English Language Centre
- 73. University of Waterloo
- 74. Vancouver Island University
- 75. Wilfrid Laurier University