- You’ll learn with the best and brightest
- Canadian college and university diplomas are recognized around the world. The Canadian educational system encourages cross-disciplinary studies and the development of transferable skills (e.g., critical thinking, teamwork, and communications) and uses cutting-edge technology and digital media.
- We’ll welcome you with open arms
- Canada as a society is very warm and welcoming. People from different countries have been migrating to Canada for a long time. This gives Canada an edge in terms of cultural diversity. Canada and Canadians embrace that diversity and recognize that as their strength. Throughout the year, students can experience festivals of all ethnic groups and the wonderful part is that the celebrations are not limited to the ethnic group, but the entire country celebrates all festivals! From Christmas to Diwali and from Chinese New Year to Holi, you name it
- Our quality of life ranks highest in the world
- Canada is one of the safest countries in the world, with a low crime rate. According to Global News, Canada was ranked the second country in the world with the highest quality of life in terms of social progress and development.
- The cost to study and live here is affordable
- Universities in Canada have low tuition fees as compared to other countries and this is the main reason why students prefer to study in Canada after Class 12thand graduation. Even the living costs are low in comparison to other countries. The costs may slightly vary depending upon the lifestyle and province you choose to reside in. A student needs to spend about 800 to 2000 Canadian dollars depending upon charges related to transportation, accommodation, leisure, feeding, etc.
- If you want to stay, STAY!
Canada offers a post-graduation work permit program that allows students to stay and work in the country for the next 3 years after completing their graduation. While getting international work experience after completion of the course, they can settle there permanently by applying for permanent residency. Therefore, students want to study in Canada rather than India