Study in Canada

About Canada

Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. It has a cold climate with frequent snow falling in the winters. The capital of the country is Ottawa while another main city, Toronto is the hub of education and learning. The country consists of a wide area and is divided into ten provinces and three territories. 

Canada has some of the best and top universities in the world. It is also a hub for research and development. The country is a good place for students who are looking to kick start their careers after their education as the government provides the chance to stay in the country after finishing your degree if you can score a good job. Jobs are widely available in the thriving industrial areas of the nation. Most universities also offer co-op programs through which students are given a chance to gain work experience within the duration of their degree. This makes them able to enter the job market at an advantage to their peers due to their present work experience. 

The most preferred provinces where good educational institutes are located are Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec. These are preferred by international students for their relatively moderate temperatures and their multinational environment. It is home to some of the top universities of the world. Though the language of instruction in Ontario and British Columbia is English, Quebec has most of its programs in French. 

For those who want to get a quality education at an elite institution and in one of the world’s most progressive and developed nations, Canada is a perfect opportunity. A total of 26 of its universities have been ranked as top in the world, of which three are in the world’s top 50, with 11 more making the world’s top 300 – a feat matched only by a handful of other nations.  

The two highest Canadian entries are the University of Toronto (28th) and McGill University (33rd), located in Toronto and Montréal respectively (the two largest cities in Canada). Also ranked within the global top 220 are the University of Alberta, McMaster University, Université de Montréal, the University of Waterloo, and Western University.