Study in Canada

Each year Canada welcomes 500,000 international students coming in for college and university studies. It consistently ranks as one of the best countries and was ranked as the best country for quality of life in 2018.

Here are some reasons why Canada should be your education destination

Top Universities in Canada​

Canadian universities strive for excellence and innovation. 10 Canadian universities come in the top 250 universities in the QS ranking (2020).

The University of Toronto (rank 29) has 10 Nobel laureates affiliated with the university.

High Quality of Life

Four Canadian cities namely Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa come in the top 50 QS Best Student Cities 2019. The cities are ranked based on affordability, employer activity, university rankings and student view.

Canada is considered one of the safest countries in the world, with a low crime rate. It ranked in first in the world, in quality of life. Its cities Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Calgary came in the top 50 best international cities to live in.

Low cost of living in Canada

Unlike other English-speaking countries, there are many affordable universities in Canada for international students. For a better living experience, students should factor in all the tuition and living costs in their budget:
  • Room in a house: $1,100+

  • Bachelor/studio apartment: $1,600+

  • 1-bedroom

  • apartment: $2,000+

  • 2-bedroom apartment: $2,800+

  • 3+ bedroom apartment: $3,300+

  • Clothing: $900 – $1100

  • Food: $1604 – $3700

  • Local transportation: $980 ($122.45 per month)

  • Academic supplies: $1000 – $2000+

  • Miscellaneous: $1000 – $2000

Work while Study

Students, as well as their spouses, can work while they study in Canada. Canada offers the following options to students:

  • On-campus work: refers to work at university or college campus
  • Off-campus work: refers to working with a private business or government department
  • Co-op placement: involves working as part of the program of study
  • Internship: provides students with on-the-job training

Job Opportunities

Canadian university students have strong earning potential. Canada offers a promising future as it created 1.6 million new jobs for graduates, in the last decade.
Students can work in Canada after graduating from universities in Canada. There are 3 ways to do so:

  • Post-graduation work permit
  • Express Entry
  • Provincial Nominee Program

Top Universities in Canada​

Canadian universities strive for excellence and innovation. 10 Canadian universities come in the top 250 universities in the QS ranking (2020).

The University of Toronto (rank 29) has 10 Nobel laureates affiliated with the university.

High Quality of Life

Four Canadian cities namely Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa come in the top 50 QS Best Student Cities 2019. The cities are ranked based on affordability, employer activity, university rankings and student view.

Canada is considered one of the safest countries in the world, with a low crime rate. It ranked in first in the world, in quality of life. Its cities Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and Calgary came in the top 50 best international cities to live in.

Low cost of living in Canada

Unlike other English-speaking countries, there are many affordable universities in Canada for international students. For a better living experience, students should factor in all the tuition and living costs in their budget:

  • Room in a house: $1,100+

  • Bachelor/studio apartment: $1,600+

  • 1-bedroom

  • apartment: $2,000+

  • 2-bedroom apartment: $2,800+

  • 3+ bedroom apartment: $3,300+

  • Clothing: $900 – $1100

  • Food: $1604 – $3700

  • Local transportation: $980 ($122.45 per month)

  • Academic supplies: $1000 – $2000+

  • Miscellaneous: $1000 – $2000

Work while study

Students, as well as their spouses, can work while they study in Canada. Canada offers the following options to students:

  • On-campus work: refers to work at university or college campus
  • Off-campus work: refers to working with a private business or government department
  • Co-op placement: involves working as part of the program of study
  • Internship: provides students with on-the-job training

Job Opportunities

Canadian university students have strong earning potential. Canada offers a promising future as it created 1.6 million new jobs for graduates, in the last decade.
Students can work in Canada after graduating from universities in Canada. There are 3 ways to do so:

  • Post-graduation work permit
  • Express Entry
  • Provincial Nominee Program

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