Canada is home to some of the best schools in the world. The number of international students studying in Canada is over 450,000, a figure that is constantly growing. Many of these students are choosing Canada over other developed countries because of certain advantages that studying in Canada can bring.
Children who study in Canada receive a top-quality and internationally-respected education, preparing them for professional pursuits in Canada or abroad.
The cost of tuition and living fees in Canada are generally lower than in other developed countries.
Studying in Canada
- Canada Study Permit
The standard way to study in Canada is with a Canadian study permit.
- Study without a Study Permit
Under certain circumstances, you can study in Canada without a study permit.
- Work While Studying in Canada
For those who need additional funds while studying in Canada, it may be possible to work at the same time.
- Work after studying in Canada
One of the major advantages of making the decision to study in Canada is that graduates have access to a Post-Graduation Work Permit on completion of their studies in Canada. Post-Graduation Work Permits allow certain individuals who have studied in Canada to stay and work under an open work permit for up to three years, allowing them to enter the Canadian workforce and gain valuable Canadian work experience that may help them to immigrate permanently.
Transitioning to permanent resident status
Canada wants international students who complete their studies in Canada to form a large portion of the next generation of permanent residents. The following programs give international students this opportunity:
· Canadian Experience Class
This program allows those with Canadian study or work experience to immigrate permanently to Canada.
· Provincial Nominee Program
Canada’s provinces have specific programs that allow graduates to immigrate permanently.
· Quebec Experience Class (PEQ)
This program allows those with Quebec study or work experience to immigrate permanently to Quebec as permanent residents of Canada.