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Study Abroad in Canada

Canada - One of the most famous study abroad destinations

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Are you planning to study abroad? Do you want an educational qualification that is recognized all over the world? Would you be interested in world class education? If you have answered yes to all these questions, then your dream destination could be Canada. Various top academic institutions, along with some of the world's top research facilities have made Canada their home. Canada, thus, happens to be a forerunner among countries that are termed as the best to study abroad. As per the 2016 statistics by the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE), there are around 3.36 lakh international students studying in Canada at various levels of study.



Canada is the only country (along with Australia) that has two cities in the "top 10 student-friendly cities 2016" by QS ranking: Top 10 Cities in the World to be a Student


Capital City: Ottawa
National Language: English and French
Major Cities: Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Quebec City, Victoria
Largest City: Toronto
Currency: Canadian Dollar
Time Zone: Canada (Ottawa) is 9.5 hours behind Indian Standard Time (IST)

Why Choose Canada for Studies

There are numerous reasons why you should consider Canada as your study abroad destination. Here are a few pointers which will aid your decision.

  • Worldwide valued qualification: Whether you obtain a degree, a diploma or even a certificate from Canada, it will be recognized globally, just as in the case of United States or UK. This is why most students go to study in Canada from India and many other countries as well.
  • Multicultural society: There are a lot of ethnic groups in Canada. As a result, there are also lots of places where you will be easily able to procure ethnic foods of different cultures.
  • Easy to immigrate: It is definitely quite easy to get a Canada Student Visa if you are aware of the Canada Student Visa requirements. Moreover, you can even go for a permanent residency visa, if you have a Canadian degree and some work experience in Canada. Read: Visa for Canada Bound Students
  • English and French are two languages that are widely spoken in Canada. When it comes to language training, Canada has been termed as the world leader.
  • When you study in Canada, you get to enjoy an excellent campus lifestyle.
  • Abundant, innovative research opportunities: Research is considered very important in Canada and as a result, there are a lot of opportunities in this field. The government of Canada and the industry, both provide a whole lot of support when it comes to research.
  • Land of opportunities and possibilities: Academics are given utmost importance here and you will be given lots of chances to exhibit your creativity and skills.

(Also read: Why choose to study in Canada)

University of Toronto and McGill University are two of the best universities in Canada. Take a look at the other universities that feature in the top 10 list: top universities in Canada. Choose your college from the Canada College list and start applying for admission right away to have a bright future and an amazing career.


Click on the links provided below for further information on Studying in Canada:

Higher Education System in Canada Academic Calender in Canada
Why Choose Canada as a Study Destination? Visa for Canada Bound Students
Accommodation for Foreign Students in Canada Student Scholarships in Canada
Cost of Living in Canada Application Process for Canadian Universities
MBA in Canada Eligibility for MBA in Canada
Indian Restaurants in Canada Graduate Study in Canada
Best Universities in Canada Career Colleges in Canada
Post Graduate Study in Canada Indian Associations in Canada
Facts About Canada Etiquette in Canada
Public Holidays in Canada Important Phone Numbers in Canada
Address of Indian Embassy in Canada Work Permit for Indian Students in Canada
A Student's Guide to Opening a Bank Account in Canada Flights between Canada and India
Information about Provinces in Canada

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