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Study in Canada

Canada is ranked as the fourth-best country for international student enrollment. This handy guide provides all the information international students should be aware of before going to study in Canada.

Best Universities and Courses

Canada is home to some of the best universities in the world. The list includes the University of Toronto, University of British Columbia, McGill University, McMaster University, Bishop's University, and the University of Montreal.

When it comes to study options, Canadian universities offer engineering courses, business, medicine, media & journalism, computer science, and more.

Canadian Scholarships

There are many Canadian scholarship options for international students who meet the academic requirements of GPA 3 and above. For the record, there are partial and full scholarships. The scholarship requirements depend on the university and the scholarship program.

Applying for a Study Permit

Now, to study in any foreign country, students need some documentation; Canada is no exception. Some international students will need a study permit.

There are assessment tests available to determine whether a study permit is necessary or not. Students can also find many resources that can help them find out whether or not they need study permits, how to apply, the application turnaround, and more.

Life in Canada

Canada has a historical openness to immigration. International students are allowed to work off-campus up to 20 hours a week and undertake full-time employment during scheduled breaks, as long as they have study permits. When it comes to accommodation, there is affordable on-campus housing.

Canada has a lot to offer in terms of museum, art centres, nature trails, concert halls, etc. It is not the kind of place where you want to waste time on online games or other indoor activities.

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