The country offers chances to students to pursue postsecondary education in the best way possible with an equal emphasis on practical and theoretical education.
The best way to study in Canada is to be a part of its world-class universities. The employment rates are also quite high in Canada with almost 90 percent of students who get the education here able to secure employment within, a duration of 6 months.
The Canadian education also has high points in the point structure of this country for permanent residence. In case, you have Canadian education, you don’t require any ECA (Educational credential assessment) to be eligible for the Canadian Express Entry.
The various programs of this university have been recognized by different rankings such as Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s Academic Ranking of World Universities.
The duration of courses in Canada is also quite different, certifications for a year, diploma for the duration of a year or two, a bachelor degree which is given after 4 years of studies and a master study in Canada which is of a duration of one or two years.
Canada also has special privileges for its students which allow them to travel safely in this country even after dark making use of the public transport facilities available under the “walk safe” programs.
To study in Canada, there is some variation in the tuition fees. A student should be prepared to pay the education fees of 12,000 to 40,000 Canadian dollars per year for an undergraduate course. However, an administration fee of 100 Canadian dollars is required to be paid at the institution. To get a study permit, a fee of 150 Canadian dollars is required as processing fees.The accommodation costs for students also vary depending on whether to choose to rent an apartment or a room. The renting costs for the latter are quite low at 600 Canadian dollars while those for the former are at 1800 Canadian dollars in a month.
There is also a lot of assistance provided to students who choose Canada as their study destination. Under this assistance, the various support programs which are run for students are orientation sessions, advice on academic programs, rooms for prayer, assistance for any medical issues and housing. There are also student clubs which a student can be a part of to mingle much with Canadian students. If students choose to work while studying in Canada then they can use such experience for employment after pursuing studies in this country.