Every year thousands of students around the world apply to study in Canada because of its high quality, accessible cost and bilingual offerings.
Canada is known worldwide as a nation that values diversity and multiculturalism and rule of law, which has attracted over 300,000 students to study in Canada. Students mean a lot to Canadian, as the government's ambitious goal is to increase the no. of students in Canada to 450,000 by 2022.
These students bring with them diverse global perspectives and experiences from their homeland and contribute to strengthen Canadians future economy.
The first step towards studying in Canada is obtaining admission from an accredited College or University.
The admission letter must be from a designated learning institution, which is an accredited institute and approved by the Government of Canada.
Yes you can work in Canada on part-time basis. On June 1, 2014 Citizenship and Immigration announced that many International students can work off campus up to 20 hours per week during school and full time during summer period and holidays without work permit.
Yes you must have study permit to study in Canada, however, if you are taking language courses or attending ELS classes the duration of which is less than 6 months you don't have to obtain a Study Permit.
No, only students from India, China, Vietnam and Philippines who can demonstrate upfront that hey are competent in English language and will academically succeed in Canada will benefit from faster processing times.
It all depends what your goal is and what you plan to do after graduation.