Study in Your Dream Destination
Canada occupies the northern half of the North American continent, and is renowned for its natural beauty. Very few nations in the world can match Canada in its wealth of forests, mountains and lakes. Also, Canada is home to a diverse number of cultures and is a symbol of hope and unity across the world for this diversity. It is no surprise then, that every year a large number of international students from the remotest corners of the world go to Canada to pursue their higher education.
Canada is well known in world academic circles as a country that has a very high standard of education. The most popular provinces in the country for international students are Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec. These are also the provinces that have the maximum number of the top universities and colleges of the country. For most of the other parts of Canada, the winters are extremely harsh. These regions remain covered in snow for almost half of the year, and hence almost no Canadian universities can be found there. For the other regions and provinces of Canada, the summers are extremely beautiful, and the weather actually helps students to remain refreshed enough to focus on education and excel.
Canada is one of the most developed nations in the world, and a big reason for this is the country’s consistent focus on improving its already high standard of education. Canada has twenty-six universities in the QS World University Rankings of 2018, and among these four of its universities are in the top hundred. To study abroad in Canada, an international student must pass high school in his or her home country. This is the most basic requirement. Although the official languages of Canada are English and French, most of the courses and programmes are conducted in English. This is a big reason to cheer for Indian or international students. Also, in most Canadian universities, tuition is free. So if one wants to get top class affordable education from a beautiful and culturally diverse country, Canada is that country for him or her.
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