Canada, a part of North America, is a country that exudes beauty when it comes to its natural resources and multicultural environment. Its capital is Ottawa. An avid supporter of the arts, Canada holds various festivals throughout the year to celebrate music, dance, and sports. It also ranks high when it comes to quality of life, government transparency, economic freedom and education.
The winter temperatures fall below freezing in most parts of Canada whereas, the southern west coast gets relatively mild temperatures. It is also one of the most technologically and industrially advanced nations of the world.
One of the reasons that students choose to study in Canada is that permanent immigration for international students is easy for those who have graduated from a post-secondary program. Canada is known to be a bilingual, with French and English as its official languages. These are the preferred cities to live in, if you’re planning to go to Canada: Calgary, Alberta; Delta, British Columbia, Hamilton, Ontario; Regina, Saskatchewan. These cities are popular because of their multicultural appeal and diverse setting.
|Top 5 programs||Major Intakes||Cost of Education [CAD per annum]||Duration of Course|
|Commerce & Management||January||13,000 – 18,000||Undergraduate Programs 2-3 years|
|Engineering / Technology|
|Medicine||September||Postgraduate Programs 1-2 years|
|List of Universities|
|St Lawrence College|
|Humber Institute of technology|
|Cape Breton university|
|And Many More……|