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Canada offers quality education with excellent value and lots of choice. Whether you choose to study in a big city small town you’re guaranteed beautiful scenery in a multicultural country that boasts one of the highest standards of living in the world. No matter where you decide to study in Canada you can’t go wrong!. Canada offers the lowest tuition rates* for foreign students compared to the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and the US.

Canada offers a great variety of opportunities for a student. Canada has over 90 universities and more than 150 colleges ranging from small liberal arts schools to major research institutions including undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs. Canadian universities are degree granting institutions (BA- PhD) and offer the same training as 4 year American colleges. Canadian colleges offer diploma and \certificate programs similar to an American junior college. Colleges also include technology institutes and art programs.

A great way to enhance your degree is with a co operative work program. Co-operative programs are available at some Canadian schools and give the student the opportunity to work in a field related to their degree while earning credits

Canadian universities maintain a high standard of academic excellence. They are at the forefront of information technology and many campuses have top of the line research facilities, ensuring students are equipped for the 21st century. A degree from a Canadian school is considered equivalent to an American degree.Canadian schools also offer some of the safest campuses anywhere.

Generally, international students should apply to a Canadian university up to eight months in advance. Some universities have application deadlines as late as June for a September start date. Typical entry points for international students are the September and January semesters.However, many universities have adopted a procedure of "rolling-admissions" which means that they consider international students’ applications as they come in throughout the year. However, for graduate programs in particular, it can take time to ensure you are matched with the right faculty adviser, and you should ensure that you apply early.

If you are planning to study in Canada and your primary language is not English, you need to take an English proficiency test. This is done by taking a standardized English test such as TOEFL or IELTS.