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Why Study in Canada

There are a lot of reasons students choose to come to Canada is the quality of Canadian education. A Canadian degree is widely recognized as equal to one from the United States, Australia, or the United Kingdom, and Canadian universities consistently do well in international rankings. The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, but the cost of living and tuition fees for international students are generally lower than in other countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom.

Benefits of Studying in Canada as an International Student:

What are the benefits of studying in Canada? What made Canada rank 3rd as the world’s most popular study destination for international students?

The rise in the global middle-class population, with more students eyeing quality education and immigration opportunities, is the reason behind this.

Additionally, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada data indicated that international students’ population in Canada grew by 13% last year, compared to 2018.

Canada’s international students mostly came from India (34%) and followed by China (22%).    Though not included in the top 10 source countries, the Philippines, Colombia, and Algeria showed a consistent growth rate for the past 5 years, along with India and Vietnam.

Though statistics tell it all, we collected some valuable reasons why you should pursue your studies in Canada

    A Canadian degree is almost equal to a degree from the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom. A 2016 study also reported that the list of the top 50 universities included Canadian universities—true evidence of a world-class education.

    As an international student, you will live on your own, bringing with you sufficient funds to cover your tuition fees and the cost of living allowance. Depending on your work permit, Canada may allow you to work. Studying while working will enable you to fend for yourself while living independently. If you graduated from a school that offers a post-graduation work permit, you can search for work right after graduation

   The third among the benefits of studying in Canada is the lower cost. One thing that may hold you back from pursuing your dream of becoming an international student in Canada is the cost of tuition fees. Aside from this is the required funds. Yes, international students have to pay higher tuition fees, compared to domestic students in Canada. However, the tuition fees in Canadian universities are a lot lower compared to those universities in Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Housing and cost of living allowance are also lower, compared to other countries.

 Canada ranked 6th in the 2018 Global Peace Index. There is no discrimination in the law and protection with people living in Canada, local or foreign immigrants.  Canada is geographically safe from international conflicts having three oceans around and only shares a border with the United States.

The Canadian government provides immigration opportunities to international students. Extensions and easy transition from student visa to open work visa are ways so you can gain Canadian work experience. Canada’s federal economic immigration gives additional points to applicants with work and/or study experience in Canada.

Though the French language is also an official language, English is the means of communication in almost all of the provinces and cities in Canada. As long as you speak the English language, you can survive to live in the country. Studying, for one, won’t give you a hard time because the medium of instructions is all in the English language.

 At a glance, nothing to say about Canada, you can choose Canada as your dream destination

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