WHY SHOULD YOU STUDY IN CANADA?
Education is a top concern of Canadians so Canada’s education is always focused on developing with the highest quality. Canada is a country that has invested heavily in education (per capita) in comparison with other countries in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the highest in the G8. In math and science competitions, Canadian students always achieve the highest results, which is evidence of the superior education quality of Canadian education. Canada’s qualifications are internationally recognized and highly appreciated in many areas.
Quality education is highly appreciated
Canada also owns a high standard of quality education that has been recognized around the world. Degrees worth the same as the US, UK, and other top destinations. Among the top 100 universities in the world ranked by Times Higher Education in 2014-2015, there are 4 representatives come from Canada such as Toronto University, British Columbia University, McGill University and McMaster University are represented in four of the top 100 universities in the world. Toronto University, McGill University and McMaster University are also listed in the QS 2014-2015 rankings with Montreal University and Alberta University . In both “golden tables”, Toronto University is also entered the top 20.
All academic programs are censored by universities to maintain quality. Government agencies such as the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) are responsible to ensure that universities are providing the best education.
Despite having many large and modern cities, costs in Canada are much cheaper than in the UK or the United States. The money you have to spend in Toronto – the most expensive city in Canada, is not comparable to the cost in London, New York or Sydney. This means you can enjoy city life in Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver without worrying about pocket money.
In addition, because universities in Canada are supported by public funds, tuition fees are lower than US universities. Scholarships from the government or Canadian scholarships program are also good support sources for you.
Plan after graduation
A question that international students often have to wonder before they can “go to work” after graduation is “Can I stay at work after graduation?” Study abroad is the way of change the life of many students, however you need to make sure that you can stay legally for working. In Canada, international students after graduation can work within 3 years. In addition, students can apply for jobs while they are still in school.
90% of students in Canada find a job within six months after graduation. This is a good sign for those who wish to study abroad in order to attract employers through their profile.
CES program does not need financial proof
The CES program was tested by the Canadian General Consulate in March 2016. This is a priority visa program, no need for financial proof for Vietnamese pupils and students wishing to study in Canada. CES program does not only facilitate in financial proof, but visa processing time and paperwork is also quicker. Advantages of CES program:
- Priority should be given to visa applications for CES member schools.
- Financial proof documentations are simpler.
- Visa processing time is faster.
A safe place to study
Canada is known for being a peaceful, clean and safe country. Crime rates have fallen steadily since the 1990s. Unlike its neighbors – the United States, weapons are strictly managed and commonly are not used in Canada.
International students coming to Canada should abide to security regulations as well as the way they usually do when traveling to other countries around the world. Students can contact to any Canadian Education Center for advice on personal safety issues or may attend the guidance program for individual safety at school when studying in Canada.