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Canada

Canada is a North American country stretching from the U.S. in the south to the Arctic Circle in the north. Major cities include massive Toronto, west coast film centre Vancouver, French-speaking Montréal and Québec City, and capital city Ottawa. Canada's vast swaths of wilderness include lake-filled Banff National Park in the Rocky Mountains. It's also home to Niagara Falls, a famous group of massive waterfalls.

5 REASONS YOU SHOULD STUDY IN CANADA | INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CANADA

1. A QUALITY EDUCATION

  One of the biggest reasons students choose to come to Canada is the quality of a Canadian education. A Canadian degree is widely recognized as equal to one from the    United States, Australia, or the United Kingdom, and Canadian universities consistently do well in international rankings. In fact, in one study in 2016, three Canadian          Universities were ranked in the top 50 universities in the world.

There’s a wide array of Canadian institutions to choose from, but whether you attend a university, college, or vocational school, there’s no doubt that a Canadian education is world-class.

2. AFFORDABLE

  Cost is the most significant barrier for most students hoping to study abroad. Canadian international students have to pay higher tuition fees than domestic students.      That said, the average annual tuition for an international student’s Canadian undergraduate degree was $16,746 USD in 2014. Compare that to the U.S. ($24,914 USD),        Australia ($24,081 USD) or the United Kingdom ($21,365 USD ).
 
  Country                     Average Annual Tuition & Cost of Living (USD)

 Canada                            $29,947

 United Kingdom             $35,045

 United States                  $36,564

 Australia                          $42,093

3. WORK WHILE YOU STUDY

  Even though Canada is a relatively affordable option, there’s no doubt that studying abroad is expensive. Luckily, international students in Canada are eligible to work up    to 20 hours per week during school terms and full-time (30 hours/week) during scheduled breaks like summer vacation. Most students don’t need a work permit to work    while they study, whether their job is on campus or off campus. Your study permit will indicate whether you’re allowed to work off campus

4. SAFETY

  Another big reason why students choose to come to Canada is personal safety. Studying abroad can be scary, especially if you’re leaving your friends and family behind.    The Institute for Economics & Peace ranked Canada as the 8th most peaceful country in the world in 2016. Unlike most other countries, Canada is pretty isolated in            terms of location. It’s protected on three sides by oceans, and only shares a border with the United States. That distance provides a bit of a buffer from most                        international conflicts.
  Canada has a democratically elected government, and the fundamental rights and freedoms of those living in Canada are protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights        and Freedoms. Canada has a well-deserved international reputation as a tolerant and non-discriminatory society. Immigrants make up a fifth of Canada’s entire                    population, and Canadian laws ensure that all people, regardless of their circumstance, are protected from discrimination.

5. IMMIGRATION OPTIONS

  When you travel abroad to study, you usually get temporary status in the country you’re studying in. That status usually expires when your program ends, so you have to    return home when you graduate.
  Canada has a lot of programs designed to encourage international students to transition to permanent residence after their studies. Options like the Post-Graduation        Work Permit let graduates stay and work on an open work permit after graduation and give them an opportunity to get some Canadian work experience. Most Canadian    provinces have Provincial Nominee streams for applicants with experience studying or working in the province, and Canada’s federal economic immigration streams          offer additional points for Canadian work and study experience. In 2015, 51 percent of international students planned to apply for Canadian permanent residence.

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