Canada has become an ideal place for higher education studies, sought by many prospective international students. Many of the Canadian universities are present in reputed international rankings and a recent educational strategy set by the Canadian Ministry of Education stresses on increasing the number of foreign students. This means that international students coming from any part of the globe are now more than welcome in Canada so it is no wonder it became so popular in this sense.
The detailed educational plan encourages foreign students to pursue jobs during their Bachelor’s or Master’s studies and to remain in the country for work opportunities after graduation.
Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa and Quebec cover for the largest foreign-student population and they all provide a vibrant and lively atmosphere. In Canada, students can pleasantly combine an enriching academic life with diverse and entertaining leisure activities.
- English is spoken everywhere.
- Many of the top-ranked universities in the world are in Canada.
- Live in a safe country with a high quality of life.
- Work opportunities for students.
- Opportunity to obtain Permanent residency after graduation.
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- International Passport
- Senior Secondary Result (WAEC or NECO)
- First degree certificate + any other certificates earned.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Marriage Certificate and Change of Name affidavit (If available(
- Admission Processing Fee. Download the fee breakdown sheet here.
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The world’s second-largest country by surface but relatively small in terms of population, Canada punches above its weight in economic terms.
A federation of former British colonies, Canada follows the British pattern of parliamentary democracy. Ties with the US are now vital, especially in terms of trade, but Canada often goes its own way.
Both English and French enjoy official status, and mainly French-speaking Quebec – where pressure for full sovereignty has abated in recent years – has wide-ranging cultural autonomy. Indigenous peoples make up around 4% of the population.
Canada is one of world’s top trading nations – and one of its richest. Alongside a dominant service sector, Canada also has vast oil reserves and is a major exporter of energy, food and minerals.
- Capital: Ottawa
- Population: 7 million (UN, 2012)
- Area: 98 million sq km (3.85 million sq miles)
- Major languages: English, French (both official)
- Major religion: Christianity
- Life expectancy: 79 years (men), 83 years (women) (UN)
- Currency: Canadian dollar