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  • I hear Canada is a land of possibilities. Is that True?

    Under Canada’s highly dynamic and hands-on academic environment, you will not only acquire knowledge and skills in analysis and communication, but you will also learn how to express yourself, demonstrate your creativity, and develop your self-confidence! Teachers and professors are always available and eager to help with lessons, and studies fuse academic excellence with interaction and collaboration in the classroom.

  • Is a Canadian degree recognized around the world?
    Canada’s high academic standards and rigorous quality controls mean that you’ll be earning a high-quality education that will open doors for your future and benefit your career over the long term. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is globally recognized as being equivalent to those obtained from the United States or Commonwealth countries.
  • Is Canada a safe country to live in?
    While you may have heard of or experienced Canadians’ friendly and open nature, you may not have known that the United Nations consistently ranks Canada as one of the best places in the world to live. As an international student in Canada, you’ll enjoy all of the same freedoms which protect Canadians – respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society.
  • Is it possible to immigrate to Canada?
    Did you know that some international students with Canadian credentials and Canadian work experience may apply for permanent residency without having to leave Canada? For more information about the possibility of immigration to Canada once your schooling is complete, please visit the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website.
  • Is post-secondary education and living costs affordable in Canada?
    The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, but the cost of living and tuition fees for international students are generally lower than in other countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom. As such, Canada is often the preferred choice for students attending college or university.
  • What is campus lifestyle like in Canada?
    Canada’s post-secondary campuses aren’t only wired with the latest in sophisticated technology, but countless other modern amenities as well. From Olympic-quality sports facilities to public concert halls and art galleries, Canada’s post-secondary campuses offer you enormous possibilities for learning and leisure. Plus, you’ll have incredible opportunities to meet like-minded individuals and gain valuable experience through student-run governments, radio, newspapers and businesses.
  • Will a Canadian education help me in achieving language proficiency?
    Did you know that Canada is a bilingual country and is considered a world leader in language training? Since teaching French and English as a first and second language is an integral part of a Canadian education, you will be able to improve your fluency and capacity for either language as you further your studies.
  • Are there good research opportunities available to students?
    Since research is one of the key components of a Canadian post-secondary education, you’ll have ample opportunity to become a part of this vibrant aspect of education. In Canada, government and industry together support research including: telecommunications, medicine, agriculture, computer technology, and environmental science.
  • How is multi-cultural and ethnically diverse is Canada?
    With almost all of the world’s ethnic groups represented in Canada, it’s hard not to find ethnic foods and recreation activities associated with specific cultures. In fact, your international student advisor can help you get in touch with any number of ethnic clubs and associations for you to join while you’re here.
  • Can I Work Off-Campus?
    If you are a full-time, international student with a valid Study Permit and are in an eligible program of study that is longer than 6 months in length and leads to degree, you may be able to work off-campus. You are not able to work Off-Campus if you are a: Visiting and exchange students Student studying English as a second language Student registered in general interest, non-degree stream programs
  • How many hours can I work?
    International students may work up to 20 hours a week during the regular academic year (Fall and Winter semesters September - April) Undergraduate Students who remain in Canada over the summer and are not enrolled in courses during the spring and summer semesters (May to August) may work full-time during these months. The summer is considered a Scheduled break. Graduate students are considered enrolled full-time all year long due to the format of graduate work. There are therefore, no scheduled breaks and international students are limited to working 20 hours a week all year, including the months from May to August.
  • Can I work On Campus?
    Students registered with full-time student status and a valid Study Permit, may work on-campus regardless of your program of study. Students are NOT able to work on campus should they drop down to part time status (less than 3 courses in a semester) or if your study permit expires.
  • How many hours can I work on-campus?
    There is no restriction to the number of hours you are able work on-campus as long as you remain a full-time student, the restriction of 20 hours applies only to off campus work. Students may be able to work more than one job according to availability and regulations of individual institutions.

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