STUDY IN CANADA
Canadian universities consistently rank among the best in the world, while Canada is continually rated one of the best countries in the world in which to live.
Students studying in Canada invariably return home academically strong, with fond memories of their student years.
Known for tolerance and our welcoming nature, Canada is characterized by a vibrant, inclusive culture that draws strength from the many immigrant groups
that have made Canada country their home.
FACTS AND FIGURES
- There were 353,000 international students in Canada in all levels of studies (2015)
- Part of the innovation incubators such as Blackberry phone,
Flat Screen technology, IMAX Film.
- There were a 8% increase of international students in Canada (2016)
- Canada is a tolerant and non discriminatory society.
- 95% of International students recommend Canada as the study destination.
- Canada is the second largest country in the world after Russia
- Canada is the world’s most educated country
- Licence plate in the Canadian northwest territories are shaped like polar bears
Elementary and Secondary Education
Canada’s elementary and secondary schools follow a government curriculum and employ government certified teachers, ensuring a high level of quality and a focus on individual student needs. This successful environment is highly acclaimed as school students excel in science, reading, and mathematics: Canadian students have
consistently been among the top 5 academic performers in the world and number one among English speaking countries according to the OECD PISA studies in
reading, mathematics and science.
Students may choose from public or private school options.
- Elementary schools are grades 1 – 6.
- Secondary schools are grades 7 – 12 in most provinces, with the exception of Quebec where secondary school runs from grades 7 – 11.
- The school year runs from September – June.
- Canadian high school diplomas are recognized by colleges and universities worldwide.
- English as a Second Language (ESL) or French as a Second Language (FSL)
courses are available to support international students.
- Schools are the responsibility of the ministry or department of education in each province and territory.
Colleges in CANADA
Colleges work very closely with business and industry to ensure that their programs are relevant to the changing workplace and to the needs of employers.
Canadian college programs offer diverse options in the technical and professional fields including business, agriculture and agri-food, health, social services, broadcasting and journalism, hospitality management, design, technology, sciences, information technology, engineering, environment, languages, and arts.
College program in Canada ranging from 6 month to 4 years duration.
Universities in CANADA
Canadian universities prepare graduates with the ability to think critically, to be adaptive to emerging technologies, to become leaders in professional fields and to seek solutions in research. Whether you want to become a teacher, economist, artist or the world’s leading nanotechnologist, Canada’s university system will provide you with the choice that fits your interest.
Highly innovative research takes place in the fields of health, nanotechnology, biotechnology, high-performance computing, environmental technologies,
nutraceuticals, and renewable fuels. The university sector is the 2nd largest
performer of research in Canada after the private sector. With only 0.5% of the
global population, Canada produces 2.8% of global scientific research.
Undergraduate program usually takes about 2 – 4 years to complete the program.
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