Why study in Canada?
From natural peaks to skyscrapers, Canada has it all! Montreal and Toronto are two large cities that offer just about everything students could possibly ask for.
Toronto, an ethnically diverse city is also a major centre of higher learning and research with many well-known institutions such as the University of Toronto.
The City of Saints, Montréal, is one that defies all expectation with its lush mix of North American & European swagger and cutting-edge culture. The United Nations consistently ranks Canada as one of the best places in the world to live, given its low crime rate. There are also walksafe programmes, where volunteers assist people in getting to public transportation or their homes during late hours at night.
Canada is home to 25 Nobel laureates and has some of the world’s top universities. According to QS World Ranking, four of the top 100 universities in the world are from Canada. The average tuition cost in Canada is less than that in other countries like the US. Canada has a hassle-free visa application process for students. Work opportunities in Canada are good and students can work there for a limited period of time after graduation. After working in Canada for a few years you can apply for permanent residency in needed.