Study in Canada

Study In Canada

Study In Canada through Careergro Overseas Consultancy

Why Study in Canada?study in canada

Canada is a land of rich diversity and abundant nature. It has been voted best place to live & best place to study, with ranking high for working, visiting and investing. Canada is a bilingual country for which their official languages are French and English. These languages form an integral part of their curriculum. This helps students to upgrade their language skills for either of the languages as they get ahead with their study program. The University of Toronto and the University of British Columbia are the top universities to study in Canada for international students. In Canada are equal and everyone has the right to be social, culturally and economically active. Other reasons apart from these are:

INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED:

Canadian Education and its awarded degrees, diplomas or certificates are accepted globally owing to its high quality of education and competitive criteria. Canadian graduates are highly sought by employers due to their high standards of educational excellence. AFFORDABLE EDUCATION: Canadian Education have a high quality of education and high living standards in the world. Cost of Living and Tuition Fees are much lesser compared to USA and United Kingdom of Britain.

EDUCATION SYSTEM:

Canada’s education system is supported by the Government and it is one the top international education performers, it has a high quality of academic establishments offering technical and professional degrees, diplomas and certificate courses in different fields. Canadian government and industry together support research including telecommunications, medicine, agriculture, computer technology, and environmental science.

IMMIGRATION:

International students after completing their studies and Canadian work experience may and can apply for citizenship of Canada without leaving Country.

WORKING POSSIBILITIES :

International students while studying work on-campus without a work permit. As of June 1, 2014, the student may qualify to work off-campus up to 20 hours per week without a work permit.

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