Along with the best education system, Canada is ranked as one of the top ten places to live in the world. For the students who want the quality of education equivalent to North American Education System, Canada is the best possible option at a lower cost compared to US Universities.

Canadians place a great amount of importance on learning, and standards in education in Canada are uniformly high. There are almost 100 universities in Canada, five of which—the University of Toronto, McGill University, University of British Columbia, University de Montréal, and University of Alberta—are ranked among the top 100 in the world.

Are you wondering about the reasons behind the position of Canada as the best option for the International Students? GVA Education is here to assist you in every possible way.

Some of the quick facts about Studying in Canada that makes it a perfect place to study are:

Carrier Oriented Education System

Over 90 percent of Canada’s Universities and College graduates are employed in their field of study within six months after graduation and 93 percent of employers are satisfied with the graduates. Whether you want to just study in Canada for fun or you want to seriously chase a professional qualification in your academic field of study in the country, there are enough Universities and Colleges in Canada to support your findings. In addition, there are innovative and abundant research opportunities available for undergraduate and graduate students.

Cost of a Canadian Education

Many international students looking to study in Canada quickly discover that Canadian universities offer a solid return on your educational investment. These outstanding schools are generally lower in tuition fees than many other English-speaking countries. While undergraduate course fees will depend on your program of study, most international student fees start at CAN$15,000 per year. Of course, academic and athletic scholarships are available for international students who want to study in Canada. The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) has a very informative website that provides estimated costs for international students studying at particular Canadian universities.

Student Accommodations

Students in Canada have a number of options when it comes to accommodation. Whether you’re staying on campus or living in a private residence, you will be able to find the right housing for you. There is no hard and fast rule for student’s accommodations in Canada.

Canada’s general cost of living is less expensive than in most European countries. The Canadian government estimates that average University student living expenses (room, board, and entertainment) range from CAN$400 to 800 per month.

Safety in Canada

Canada is widely regarded as one of the safest places in the world to live. Students can study, work, and entertain at any time they prefer. The National Security System along with the security system of colleges and Universities are managed effectively.

The Great Outdoors

Natural resources are a major draw for students looking to study in Canada. Whether you love hiking, skiing, waterskiing, rock climbing or just enjoying a beautiful evening’s sunset, Canada has some of the most pristine natural areas in the world. Many universities are in cosmopolitan cities close to the United States border, allowing for easy access to that nation as well.

The Canadian Way of Life

Because Canada is such an immense country, it is extremely varied in its people, landscape, climate, and way of life. However, Canadians do share important values such as pride, a belief in equality and diversity, and respect for all individuals. International students who are considering studying in Canada will want to familiarize themselves with the culture and customs they can expect to experience.

Possibilities of immigration

Compared to other leading nations, Canada provides a welcoming immigration policy for international students with Canadian credentials and work experience.


For More Information

S.N. Names websites
1 Information about Canada
2 Education Department of Canada
3 Cost of living in Canada
4 Government of Canada website
5 Citizenship and Immigration
6 Universities Canada
7 Colleges and Institutes Canada


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