World-class universities and colleges: Canadian universities and colleges located across the country are renowned for their research and innovation. It offers a wide choice of over 90 universities and 150 colleges and technical institutes, featuring every imaginable program and many of the Canadian universities rank amongst the top universities of the world. Canada’s higher education institutions are diverse in nature in terms of scope, size, character and breadth of programs. High academic standards and thorough quality controls mean that students may gain a high-quality education that will benefit their careers over the long term. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is generally recognized as being equivalent to those obtained from the United States or Commonwealth countries.

Lower tuition costs: Canada is often the preferred choice for students who may also have the option of studying in countries such as the United States or United Kingdom because of the lower tuition costs. Compared to other countries, Canadian international tuition fees, accommodation and other living expenses remain competitive while maintaining high education standard.

Work while you study: Students studying in Canada are eligible to work while studying. This allows them to manage their finances without incurring huge debt. Students can work up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions; and work full-time during scheduled breaks, such as the winter and summer holidays or spring break. Many universities and colleges incorporate a co-operative work program, giving the students an opportunity to work in their related field and earn credits for the same.

Post-graduate work permit: This work permit may be issued on completion of the study program for the duration that the program, up to a maximum of three years. Therefore, a student who completes a four-year study program could be eligible for a three-year post-graduate work permit, while a graduate who completes twelve months study program could be eligible for a twelve-month post-graduate work permit.

A pathway to Canadian permanent residence: Canada welcomes over 2 lakh immigrants per year. Skilled Canadian work experience gained through the Post-Graduate Work Permit Program helps graduates to qualify for permanent residence in Canada which takes up to 18 months within Canada subject to meeting the minimum eligibility criteria of the immigration program at that point of time.

High quality life and a safe place to study: Canada is lauded as one of the best places in the world, to live! Lot of care is taken to ensure the safety of students at the campuses. Despite its rich lifestyle, Canada has a remarkably low cost of living


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