Study in Canada

As an international student, there are many benefits to choosing Canada as your place of study. Canada’s provinces each manage their own education system and engage in healthy competition by providing perks to attract students. Regardless of the province you choose, the curriculum, quality of learning, and the degree, diploma, or certificate you obtain will be highly respected around the world. International students will benefit from studying in either the English or French language, or both, thereby increasing their marketability after graduation. Canada is a strong proponent of equal rights, and its schools ensure equality and fairness for domestic and international students. Qualified students are welcomed irrespective of ethnicity, race, religion, beliefs, and sexual orientation. The provinces value the wellness of their residents and boast of providing affordable support to students for their basic health and medical needs.

Indeed, much of Canada has long-lasting, cold winters. However, it does not deter students from attending classes and graduating in record time. A reliable public transportation system and appropriate clothing make it possible for students to travel within their communities without owning personal vehicles.

Many international students who dream of coming to Canada to pursue their education goals often reside permanently with their spouses, children, and parents.

Elboniel Consultants can help make sense of the student visa requirements, study permit application process, and language proficiency testing options.

Why study in Canada?

Competitively low tuition prices

An international student’s average yearly tuition cost is low compared to major destinations, including the United States and the United Kingdom.

Work while you study

Students can choose to work while they study to cover expenses

Internationally recognized education

Canada’s educational standards rank among the best in the world.

Employment postgraduation

As a Canadian student, you will find many employment opportunities during your studies and after graduation.

Diverse student community

At least 15% of the Canadian student population are international students.

Transition to Permanent Residence

Studying in Canada can be the first step to making Canada your permanent home.

Standard of living in Canada

Canada offers its citizens and newcomers an impressive quality of life. She boasts culturally rich cities with low crime rates, clean air, friendly people, and educational and economic opportunities.

How can I study in Canada as an international student?

Students interested in studying in Canada will require a letter of acceptance from a University, College, or high school designated as a learning institution. These are schools that a provincial or territorial government has approved to host international students.

See a list of designated schools:Designated learning institutions list