Study in Canada

The 500,000 international students who come to Canada every year for college and university studies are just the tip of the iceberg. Thousands more travel here to go to elementary or high school, to take part in exchange programs or attend language school. Canada is a great place to grow and thrive as a student.

Description

L
Learn from us and from real students about what it’s like to live, study and work in Canada.

Canadian classrooms value academic freedom, excellence and innovation. The quality of Canadian teaching at all levels is high. As a student in Canada, you’ll be encouraged to conduct original research and to share your ideas on important issues in your field of study. You’ll work collaboratively with other students, teachers, instructors and professors. All of this provides endless possibilities for your personal and professional growth—preparing you for the workplace and a successful career.

Blockquote

You’ll work collaboratively with other students, teachers, instructors and professors. All of this provides endless possibilities for your personal and professional growth—preparing you for the workplace and a successful career.

The Government of Canada offers a great online tool to help you investigate your career options in Canada. Explore careers allows you to search by occupation, wages and outlook for job prospects or different locations, education program or skills and knowledge.

Canada is a progressive, warm and welcoming nation. Canada consistently ranks among the top 10 countries in the United Nations Quality of Life Index since 2004. In fact, right now, we rank #1 among all nations.
Higher education in Canada encompasses college and university. Each offers unique opportunities for learning and growing. At college or vocational school your days will be filled with career-focused learning in a very practical way. In addition to attending classes, this might involve shooting and editing your own videos in broadcasting or working with patients if you want to be a dental hygienist. You might spend the day designing and constructing kitchen cabinets if woodworking is your career choice. In short, you’ll get plenty of opportunities to practice your skills in real work environments.

At university, your days will include lectures and labs, tutorials or workshops. This variety is what university life is all about, giving you a mix of learning and doing that will help prepare you for your future career. Your professors and instructors schedule office hours for students, so you can meet with them to discuss assignments or questions. Each class also has at least one teaching or lab assistant—usually a graduate student in your field who is also available to provide extra learning support to students.

International-Business-Opportunities-Icon

Top-ranking universities

Canada is home to some of the world’s top universities. In fact, 27 Canadian institutions are counted among the best in the world, according to Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings 2019.

You might not have heard of all of them, but with nine universities in the top 200, Canada offers plenty of opportunities for a world-class education.

Compared with the US, Canada can also provide cheaper study options, simpler application processes and more opportunities for permanent residency.

Our Success Stories

WHAT WE HAVE DONE
8500
Total Students we have sent
700
Colleges university
1
Ranked
12
years of service