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Geography of Canada

Canada is the second largest country in the world and is a smorgasbord of landforms. It includes large variety of lakes, maritime terrains, thousands of islands and many inland waters. Moreover it forms the longest coastline on the planet. Despite the second largest country, it is one of the sparsely populated countries in the world.

Canada is one of the richest countries providing rich sophisticated standard of living. The nation was initially founded in the 17th century as a money-making scheme during the colonization happened between French and British. During industrial revolution of late 19th and early 20th centuries, Canada began to develop as a robust manufacturing nation. Agriculture been the neglected sector till today, nearly 75% of Canadians work in the service sector while a small segment of people of work in farms or factories. Trade comprises of more than 65% of Canada’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and most of the trade is done with U.S. The currency in Canada is Dollar $ and the value is comparatively less than U.S. in today’s date.

Canada is a cool nation associated with snow and cold weather. Generally, Canadians have four distinct seasons. The day temperature during summer sometimes rises to 35 degree centigrade or higher while in winter, the temperature falls adversely as low as -25 degree centigrade. Moderate temperature can be found in spring and fall. Summers are hot and dry on the prairies, milder on the coasts and humid in central Canada. Autumns in the nation is crisp and cool and presents beautiful landscape with rich orange and red leaves on trees. Spring is pleasant across the country. Winters are mild and wet and cool across the country. Inspite of extreme cold weather, Canadians infrastructure of heated houses, cars and public transportation system, keep them warm.

Although the population of Canada is less, they have crafted a multicultural society which for many have become a role model. This is because they receive immigrants from other parts of the world. The nation is officially bilingual with English and French as preferred languages. Canadians share important values such as respect for all individuals, a belief in diversity and equality, and pride for everyone. International students who prefer to study in Canada can get along with the culture and customs. The society of Canada is also regarded as one of the safest places to live.

Canada always remained a popular destination for immigrating students from different continents. Those who plan to study in international universities, Canadian universities have been preferred institutions for them since a long time. Canada has been ranked among the top ten places to live and study in the world for over two decades. What good reason does one need to be travel to Canada and aspire to study in the recognized institutions. It is increasing popular among students who seek to have quality education similar to that of North America and at a comparatively lesser cost. The higher educational institutions resembles to U.K. universities whereas the schools resembles the education format of U.S.

Depending on the distance you are travelling Canada has different modes of transport across the nation. To travel locally, there are taxis, buses, subways, or even by cars, bicycles, or dogsled. To travel between cities there are is large distance and therefore, flights are often considered. In coastal areas of British Columbia and Atlantic region, ferry boats are common means of transportation. Even the railways run across nation and they are too considered as comfortable form of commute. Besides, for students and local travellers, there are public and private bus transportation facilities and also public subways that offer special discounts to students. Even on bulk buying of tickets, you can avail special concession.

  • The University of British Columbia
  • McGill University
  • University of Toronto
  • University of Alberta
  • McMaster University
  • University of Waterloo
  • Western University
  • University of Montreal
  • University of Calgary
  • Queen’s University

Like other countries, the prerequisite to Canadian University is a three-year graduation if you are seeking admission into post-graduate or otherwise twelve years of education for degree admission. Your education should be equivalent to Canadian credential assessment. When it comes to English language skills, many Canadian Universities accept IELTS or TOEFL score. There are other specialized Canadian English language tests that are considered for admission like, Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL), Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainers (CanTEST) and Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB).

French is also considered as a preferred language to study in Canada and therefore, there are few French language tests in which one should qualify.

Canada is one of the most preferred countries for international students for higher studies. The tuition fee in Canada is generally less compared to other destinations like U.S, Australia and U.K. The average tuition fee for international students is CA$16,000 per year for arts and humanities whereas subjects like science and engineering are little expensive with tuition fee of CA$20,000 in SPP(Student Partners Program) / SDS(Study Direct Stream) Colleges ,the salutations that are provided by these colleges are Graduate Diplomas and Post Graduate Diplomas . Tuition fee for management course is less than national average at CA$ 26,395 yearly. Salutation of Degrees as MS or MBA programs which are provided in Universities have comparatively higher tuition fee. On top of your tuition fee, you should be prepared with approx CA$ 10,000 towards GIC(Guaranteed Investment Certificate)  in case you are opting for colleges as it is one among the requirements whereas one opting for Universities it is optional, the basic purpose of GIC is to cover living expenses for initial one year of your stay.For more details on this, you can reach us on 77995 06000.

Working while studying in Canada is one of the major advantages that international students can avail. The international students can work for 20 hours per week during session is on and in holidays, they can work fulltime. By getting student-permit on job, students can work under any employer or also can work within the premises..
Canadian Education entitles International Students to get an extension of visa post their studies and gain international work experience which can also lead to PR opportunities… One year of study duration will fetch you one year of post study extension whereas Two year study duration will fetch you Three years of post study extension irrespective of whether one accomplishes it at a college or university.
Post Study Entitlement

Students are entitled to stay and gain international work experience for 1-3 yrs post their studies

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