Why you should study in Canada to build your future?
Canada, a country which boasts one of the strongest higher education systems in the world. One of the largest countries in the world, Canada was the first to introduce an official policy of multiculturalism back in the 70s, recognising the value of immigrants and celebrating their diversity to this day. Therefore international students will find themselves welcomed into the country from the moment they take their first breath of brisk Canadian air.
- Wherever students study, at whatever level, they can be sure of getting a degree, diploma, or certificate that will be recognized the world over. Canada is among the leaders in the G8 in terms of its per capita investment in education, leading to high-quality and well-respected faculty, programs, and institutions.
- Each Canadian province and territory has its own quality assurance mechanisms to ensure high educational standards are met, and there are robust laws, policies, and procedures that govern the operation of all K-12 and post-secondary institutions. Each province also offers students the ability to student in English, in French, or in both.
- Canadian students are consistently ranked among the top academic performers in reading, math, and science according to ongoing OECD and PISA research. Moreover, students gain practical skills and hands-on training and generally have easy access to professors.
- There are excellent resources to help agents/students find out how to evaluate how/ whether their existing academic credentials will be accepted in Canada. One of these resources can be found at www.cicic.ca, a website that provides information on education credential assessment in Canada.
- Canada has an excellent reputation for transfers between levels/types of education, making studying here flexible and exciting—students don’t run into the bureaucratic roadblocks common in less flexible education systems. Moreover, Canada is known for its laws allowing eligible students to work in Canada while studying and after graduation, and for providing opportunities for eligible graduates to attain permanent residence.