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Canada has been repeatedly chosen as one of the best countries in the world to live by United Nations. It is known for its outstanding quality of life, progressive political environment and one of the healthiest and stable economies in the world. Canada’s culture bears a multidimensional character with streaks from French, British and American culture deeply embedded into it. Canadians are polite and courteous to a fault; they are level headed thinkers and love peace. Canadians are very hospitable, welcoming people - particularly in provincial and rural Canada. The majority of Canadians is very tolerant and follows a live and let live philosophy. The country provides great opportunities to people with professional skills, work experience, and good English and French language skills. Being a multicultural country, Canada has a diversified economy that is reliant upon its abundant natural resources and trades.


Capital:  Ottawa

National Language:  English, French

Government:  Federal Government of Canada

Population:  35.67 million people.

Climate:  Varies wildly from perma-frost in the north to four distinct seasons towards the south.

Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD)

Country Phone Code: +1


Education System in Canada


Canada acts approximately ten thousand of foreign students every year. The education system in each of the 13 provinces of Canada is governed by the rules and regulations of that particular province. Education is important to Canadians, and standards across the country are uniformly high There are various post-secondary institutions that include colleges, universities, career colleges, language schools and technical schools. Canadian universities are largely public funded and as a result, are of a consistently high quality, regardless of location or area of study. These institutions has their own set of rules on how to apply, and decide what level of English you will must have to be accepted, as well as other entry requirements for various courses of study. There are private career and vocational schools which are not necessarily governed by provincial governments as well. There are career colleges, community colleges — both of which are non-degree granting institutions offering courses ranging from 1-3 years. The fee is generally lower than the university or university colleges. Then there are university colleges offering four-year undergraduate degrees as well as graduate courses ranging from Masters to doctoral. Lastly, there are universities offering masters and research programmes. We can assist you with admissions into top Institutions in Canada, Both SPP & Non-SPP.


List of Major Canadian Institutions


1.     Langara College -Vancouver

2.     Fraser international college -Vancouver

3.     St. Lawrence College - Toronto, Kingston, Cornwell & Brockville

4.     College of the Rockies - Cranbrook,   British Columbia

5.     Niagara College – Welland & Niagara by the Lake

6.     Okanagan College - Kelowna, B.C

7.     Selkirk College - Kelowna, B.C

8.     Norquest College - Edmonton,Alberta

9.     SAIT Polytechnic - Calgary,Alberta

10.   St.Francis Xavier University -Antigonish, Nova Scotia

11.   Thomson River University- B.C.

12.   International college of Manitoba-Winnipeg

13.   Arbutus College-Vancouver, B.C

14.   Georgian College of Arts and Technology

15.   Grant MacEwan University

16.   Humber College – Lakeshore, Toronto 

17.   Cambrian College of Applied Arts & Technology

18.   Red River College of Applied Arts, Science & Technology

19.   Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology

20.   Sheridan College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning

21.   Vancouver Island University

22.   Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology (SIAST)

23.   International college of Manitoba : University of Manitoba

24.   Dalhousie University - Halifax, Nova Scotia

25.   MSVU - Mount Saint Vincent University - Halifax, Nova Scotia


Study in Canada

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