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Quick facts

  • Population - 35,151,728
  • Capital - Ottawa
  • Language - English, French
  • GDP - $49,620[per capita]
  • Currency - Canadian dollar ($) (CAD)

Why Canada?

Canada is home to 92 universities and 175 community colleges. Altogether they offer more than ten thousand different graduate and undergraduate programs and many of them are world renowned. The education system of this country seems to be highly responsible for their achievements in unmatchable high living standards which many other countries are competing for. Education is the primary concern of this country and six Canadian universities ranked in the 2016-2017 top 100 for the best universities in the world according to the Times Higher Education World University Ratings.

The typical classroom atmosphere in a university from Canada is incredibly open and friendly, where professors act merely as the guides who help students to become independent learners. In many ways, the Canadian higher education system is very similar to that of the United States. University programs are organized through traditional lectures, combined with workshops, group work, assignments and projects. This way, the students just don't by heart the subject. Rather, they learn how to apply it the best way! This makes them self-sufficient and capable of comprehending studies on their own and keeps them curious, smart and young for life! Exactly the reason why students from Canada are in high demand in employment all over the world!

Successful career; excellent academic training, a safe and diverse environment and a friendly cultural life! Canada has it all to help you achieve whatever you have planned for your future!

Higher Education in Canada

In Canada, each province and territory is responsible for education at all levels within it including universities i.e. there is no federal accreditation. This means that each province and territory regulates the standards of education and any issues which arise as well, and these are strict to ensure quality.

The year will be split into 3 semesters: Fall (end of August/start of September to December/January), Winter (January to April) and Summer (April/May to July).

There are a wide variety of higher education institutions which you can choose from in Canada, each located across a wide range of environments as well as having strong reputations in distinct subject areas. Similar to the States, in Canada you can choose to study at a technical or community college if you have a particular career in mind; or you can transfer to a university to continue your studies at undergraduate level.


Canada being one of the most coveted international student destination is also a bit costly to study in! But no worries! There are scholarships offered from the government & private institutes to attract and encourage talented students from across the globe! You can get all the details about it here! https://www.topuniversities.com/student-info/scholarship-advice/scholarships-study-canada


  • TOEFL or IELTS scores as a proof of English proficiency. Depending upon the institution, the score requirements may vary between 80-100 for TOEFL and 6.0 - 7.0 bands in IELTS.
  • A good score in GMAT for MBA.
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