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Covering an area of 10 million square meters, Canada is the 2nd largest country in the world, stretching, as its motto says, "From Sea to Sea".  Canada offers a diverse range of beautiful landscapes, from towering mountains to hulking glaciers to dense, unsettled forests. Study in Canada means having a high number of exciting, multi-cultural cities to discover, plus abundance of nature to explore through skiing, hiking, and more.

Education system in Canada

There are more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate degree programs offered in universities, as well as professional degree programs and certificates that you can chose from to study in Canada. Students from all around the world studying in Canada are part of an education system that is maintained to a high standard by each of the provinces or territories. 

Entry Requirements

Specific entry requirements to study in Canada may vary from one institution to another. There is no general entry exam for universities; but each university has its own criteria and you apply directly to them. Therefore, is important to check what documents you need to gather and apply with time to increase your chances to be accepted. For study in Canada a bachelor’s degree programs, students usually must have completed secondary school. For admission into a master’s degree students must complete a bachelor’s degree. and for for entry into a doctorate degree program, students must have completed their masters plus have strong skills in research.

Language

The country has 2 official languages: French and English,  both are used in the country’s federal government institutions. This means that you can study in Canada courses of either English as a Second Language (ESL) or French as a Second Language (FSL). Also keep in mind that to Study in Canada a high education program, Universities  which are English-speaking require proficiency in English, demonstrated through TOEFL or IELTS exam scores (for non-native English speakers). For French-speaking schools, there is no standardized qualifying test.

More About Canada

Canada was first settled by indigenous Indian peoples, mostly Eskimos, thousands of years ago. The first European known to reach Canadian shores  was an Italian named John Cabot. It was the French, however, who settled most of Canada, but lost a great portion of their new territory to the English. In 1867, Canada gained a self-government, but still retains their ties to England as a member of their Commonwealth. Today Canada is often ranked as one of the top places in the world to live, and offers its residents a high quality of life, making study in Canada a very pleasant experience. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why, despite the cold temperatures, Canadians are known to be such friendly people, open to the world.

Study in Canada will be a memorable, enriching and learning experience in a country with a high quality of life. You can choose a program to study in Canada at one of the many vibrant and dynamic cities as Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa or Vancouver and enjoy all of what each of them have to offer.

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