Study in Canada

Pursue your desire for a top-notch education in renowned institutions and reach your full potential in the expanding economy of the world’s most peaceful nation.

Best location in the world to pursue a degree abroad

Due to its many characteristics, Canada has recently emerged as one of the top study abroad destinations for students from outside. Students who come to Canada obtain a top-notch education at prestigious universities, colleges, or other institutions, supported by post-graduation employment prospects. On top of that, Canada is a desirable location and attracts students from around the world due to its high standard of living, hospitable culture, and permissive government immigration policies.
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Options for Permanent Residency

Canada’s welcoming immigration rules for international applicants are a major additional benefit. After graduating or gaining the necessary job experience, you can keep living and working with a Permanent Residence (PR) by taking the minimal steps required by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

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Academic Prowess

The reputation of Canada as a country that offers top-notch education to students worldwide is excellent. Since Canadian universities, colleges, and institutions’ degrees are widely recognised worldwide, they have a high graduate employment rate. The University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, University of Alberta, Université de Montréal, McGill University, and a few others are just a few of the top 100 universities in the globe that you will come across once you decide to study in Canada.

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A secure, tranquil, and energetic environment

Canada tops the list as one of the safest and most peaceful nations in the world, according to the Global Peace Index (GPI) report, with low crime rates, high interpersonal harmony, and rapid sustainable growth. Canada’s unique culture and welcoming individuals from multicultural communities make studying and living there incredibly fascinating for international students. Together with this, major Canadian cities like Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Quebec, and many others provide an energetic and exciting environment where international students may combine an enriching academic and professional life with enjoyable leisure activities.

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Employment Possibilities During and After Study

The attractive perks of on-campus job, off-campus work, co-op positions, and internships for up to 20 hours per week while completing their studies are available to students who are applying to Canada for study. It is a terrific method to reduce living expenses while also gaining useful knowledge. In addition, if you earn your degree in Canada, you will be qualified to apply for a post-study work permit for up to three years if you meet the following criteria:

  • Your course must last at least eight months and you must be a full-time student in Canada.
  • After finishing your course, you have 180 days to apply for a work permit. Also, you need to provide documented evidence from your institution or university, such as a transcript or an official letter.
  • While submitting an application for the PGWP, you must present a current student visa. Further information regarding the prerequisites for post-graduation employment permits is available.

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