Why Study in Canada

  • Canada’s universities are amongst the top international ranking universities and maintain high standards of academic excellence with tuition fees being the lowest in English-speaking countries.
  • The United Nations ranked Canada as one of the best places in the world to live
    Students in Canada opt to work after graduation and make Canada permanent home by applying for permanent residency
  • Multicultural, over 90 languages spoken in larger cities
  • Canadian Universities are diversified and have good quality with variety of programmes (certificates, diplomas, associate degrees, degrees, masters, doctorate, etc.)
  • Canadian government have subsidized tuition fees and are relatively affordable when compared to US, UK and Australian Universities. Canada provides a solid investment in education
  • Canada has one of the world’s best education systems, with outstanding programmess in virtually all fields and Canadian university degrees are highly valued by employers around the world
  • Canada is increasing the number of International students so encouraging a lot of new students to apply at Canadian universities

Education System

Education is a provincial responsibility under the Canadian constitution, which means there are significant differences between the education systems of the different provinces

The education system in Canada encompasses
Public-funded universities: Universities are generally Public funded, provides courses ranging from Degree to P.HD and research based
Private community colleges/ technical institutes, career college’s universities and university colleges give diplomas which is skill based or Job oriented, that leads to bachelors in Universities with appropriate transfer of credits.

175 post-secondary institutions which are members of the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) are officially known by a range of titles, including Community College/ College / Technical Institute/ University College, and Cégep.

Public and private institutions. They may be “recognized,” “authorized,” “registered,” or “licensed” by government, or they may not be regulated in any way. All public and private “recognized” and “authorized” postsecondary institutions in Canada have been given the authority to grant academic credentials by their provincial or territorial governments through charters or legislation that ensures or enables mechanisms for institutional and program quality.

Colleges in Canada

  • Lawrence College
  • Northern Lights College
  • College of the Rockies
  • Parkland College