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5 Things To Consider Before Moving To Canada For Higher Education

Canada is beautiful. It is known for its peaceful community, beautiful winters, the magnetic Niagara Falls, and Maple leaves. So much about Canada we know and so we do not know. Well, Canadian higher education might or might not be something you know very well; in case you do, awesome! But, if you do not have much idea, I am going to assist you with that today.

Canadian Higher Education is highly looked up to and is known for its commendable course structure, interactive sessions, qualified staff, and international repute. Many of its universities have grabbed places in international rankings and have welcomed students from different corners of the world. However, there is so much more that you should know about it. If you are aiming to study abroad, you cannot decide your destination without thorough research. This article can be a good start and will provide you a foundational base about what it means to study in Canada.

So, here are 5 things to know:

  1. Affordability
    Student life is about making life-changing decisions. When you decide to pursue education abroad, you consider so many things to ensure that you will be able to sustain yourself—and affordability is one of the things. You will have to mind the money which flows in and out of your pocket during your education. Thus, choosing the destination that does not force you to live from hand to mouth is essential. Canada, as a matter of fact, is a place where you can lead a decent life without having to sell your kidney.

    The overall expenses in Canada will be significantly less than those spent in other developed countries such as the USA and UK. Whether it is about tuition fees or renting apartments, Canada will be doable.

  2. Work and Study
    One of the best things about Canadian Higher Education is that it provides provision for students to undertake part-time jobs during college.

    All full-time students are allowed to take up a part-time job whether on or off-campus. However, there may be certain restrictions imposed on how much time you can give to your side job. For example, you can maximumly expend 20 hours a week on work when the university is in session. But, these stipulations are general and may vary from one university to another.

  3. Language Barriers Are Easy To Break
    Linguistic barriers greatly undermine the potential of international students, especially when the mode of instruction is in the local language to which the student is not well-versed with. Canada, however, provides an interesting offer. Having been colonized by the English and the French, it still carries much of the influences of its colonial masters. One such influence is that of language.

    Over here, English and French are official languages, and statistically speaking, these two languages are among the most spoken languages in the world. They are relatively easy to learn and understand as well.

  4. Easy To Get In
    Canadian universities do not have a very high ceiling for accepting admissions. They are known for stipulating easy-to-comply entry requirements on students, local and international.

    Now, one may think that such a relaxed approach may eventually reflect badly on the quality of students graduating from these universities; however, that is not the case. Despite the high rate of acceptance, Canadian universities maintain a high standard of education and are known for producing excellent graduates. So, you need not worry about the quality of academic administration in these universities. Just focus on the application form and fill it up really nicely!

  5. The Best Universities In Canada
    I would conclude the discussion by listing a few good options for students to choose from. There are quite a few universities in Canada that are ranked internationally. These universities include the University of Toronto, McGill University, University of British Columbia, and the University of Alberta.

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    The University of Toronto and McGill University usually rank among the top 50 and are naturally the top choices among international students. However, rankings may differ depending on which course you are applying for. So, make sure to check the rankings of the universities with respect to the course you are interested in.

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Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is a publishing executive and economist who is the CEO and editor-in-chief of The CEOWORLD magazine, one of the world’s most influential and recognized global news publications. Additionally, he serves as the chair of the advisory board for the CEOWORLD magazine. He received his Ph.D. in Finance and Banking from the European Global School, Paris, France. He earned his Doctoral Degree in Chartered Accountancy from the European International University Paris, France, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design (KNUTD), Ukraine. Dr. Amarendra also holds a Master of Business Administration degree in International Relations and Affairs from the American University of Athens, Alabama, United States.

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