Canada has many reasons to be counted among the best international study destinations. It offers a wide variety of course options ranging from undergraduate diplomas to master’s degrees. Research is a key component of Canadian universities and it plays a great role at the forefront of technology. Until August 2019, Canada experienced almost 70,000 international students studying at all levels in the country; which explains its popularity across the globe.
It is a peaceful and safe country and is considered among the best countries to live in. Three Canadian cities viz. Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary fall under the top 10 "Most Liveable Cities” in the world.
It is also one of the most industrialized countries of the world and has been consistently ranking amongst the most stable economies. A small population in a vast, resource rich, technically advanced country means that there is always a need for skilled professionals and employability rates are high.
|Undergraduate and postgraduate in a University
|Diploma programs in colleges
|January May August/September
|August - September January - February February - April
|Average annual fee (in CAD*)
|$13,000 to $20,000 per year
|Postgraduate master’s degree
|$17,000 to $25,000 per year
|$7,000 to $15,000 per year
|$30,000 to $40,000 per year
|Human Resource Management
|Logistics & Supply Chain Management
|University of Waterloo
|University of Toronto
|University of British Columbia
|University of Alberta
|University of Calgary
|George Brown College
Canada, over the past few years, has seen an abundance of international students from around the world and has provided various work opportunities to both students and working professionals. It is also predicted by The Economist Intelligence Unit, that the country will be ranked as the 3rd best country amongst G7 for doing business over the 5 years i.e., 2018 to 2022, which only implies that ample job opportunities await an international student during and after completion of their studies in the time to come.Read More