Why study in Canada?
About 200 universities in Canada offer internationally recognized degrees and specialized programs to students. Canada was recently voted as one of the best places to live by the United Nations. Studying in Canada also means that an international student can easily get placed within six months of getting his or her degree.
Canada is mostly water and a little bit of land. It consists of the most number of lakes and natural water-bodies in the world. It is a peaceful country filled with residents who are respectful of other cultures and languages. Canada is also a country of immigrants with over 15 million of them.
Colleges and Universities
The unique thing about the Canadian education system is that the tuition fees are lower than many other developed countries. Most of the educational institutions in Canada offer both diplomas and degrees in various disciples and fields. International students are made to feel like a part of community at Canadian educational institutions. Various programs like orientation sessions, support sessions, student clubs and “safe walk” programs are aimed at international students studying in Canada.
Some of the top universities and colleges in Canada include:
SPP REGISTERED COLLEGES
NON-SPP REGISTERED COLLEGES
Types of colleges and universities include:
Technical colleges: These are owned privately and are aimed at preparing the students for jobs
Community Colleges: These colleges constitute of small classes, career oriented courses and follow an interactive way of teaching
University Colleges: These offer both academic and job-oriented diplomas and degrees
Universities: Most Canadian universities are funded by the public and are focused on delivering high quality of education at low costs. Universities offer everything from UG to PG degrees and generally consist of large classes
Employment Opportunities for Students / Work Permit (During their Studies)
Co-Operative Work Term
A student can choose to study in Canada and work as well. The Co-Operative Work Term offers all students an opportunity to work and gain some useful hands-on experience. The student can choose to work on his/her own chosen field and can continue the experience while still studying. The general duration of this work term lasts anywhere from three to four months.
Eligibility criteria for obtaining Co-Operative Work Term
- The student must have a valid study permit
- The chosen employment must be a part of the course the student is studying
All students need to take the IELTS exam to prove their grasp on the English language. It’s a must-have requirement for getting a Canadian visa. IELTS coaching is required for mastering the exam. The score required to gain admission in Canada is dependent on two factors:
- The college where the student is going to study
- The Canada Student Visa requirements of the student
About Kanan & How we can help to get student visa, admission in Canada
- Kanan has direct tie-up with 38 colleges in Canada
- It provides preparation interviews for obtaining the Canada Student Visa
- It also offers IELTS Coaching for cracking the exam successfully