There are many reasons why getting an education in Canada is a great idea, Here the top five reasons why you should study in Canada.
1. Safe, exciting and beautiful:
Canada is considered a very safe country. It boosts lower crime rates than many other western nations. In addition, it’s vast geography and expansive unspoiled wilderness is a sight to behold. If nature isn’t your thing, Canadian cities are full of culture, museums, galleries and exciting things to do.
2. Multicultural environment:
Multiculturalism is a trademark of Canada. Everyone is welcomed and embraced. Vancouver and the surrounding municipalities have rich and vibrant Chinese and Indian communities, but many nationalities and ethnicities are well represented throughout the country and city. In 1971, Canada was the first country in the world to adopt multiculturalism as an official policy. By so doing, Canada affirmed the value and dignity of all Canadian citizens regardless of their racial or ethnic origins, their language or their religious affiliation.
3. Affordable education:
The cost of schooling for international students in Canada in considerably cheaper than elsewhere in the world. This article compares average tuition fees for colleges and universities in Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., United States and Canada. Canada was by far the cheapest and the U.S.was the most expensive.
4. Quality education:
It’s not always a case of only getting what you pay for. Despite being cheaper than other countries, the quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world. Universities in Canada and British Columbia are internationally known for excellence. This is due, in part, to universities being regulated by provincial governments. If you’re attending a university in Canada, you know it’s meeting or exceeding strict government standards. Canada Universities undergoes a regular Quality review of programming by the B.C. Ministry of Advanced Education.
5. Work and immigration opportunities:
Many international students in Canada are eligible to work up to 20 hours a week if they’re enrolled in full-time studies for at least six month. Upon graduation, former students can apply for a post graduate work permit. There is also the possibility of immigrating to Canada once schooling is complete. Keep in mind that the rules and regulations around work permits and immigration can change. For the latest up to date information visit the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website.