Considering Canada for your Next Educational Step?
Put your best foot forward – This is an exceptional place to begin
Canada promises much, for the overseas student…
Canada has many advantages over and above other destinations for today’s student, including…
1. Exceptional education standards
2. Exciting campus life
3. An affordable education
4. Reasonable living expenses
5. A vibrant, multicultural society
6. Internationally-renowned degrees
7. A possibility of immigration post-course
Student – Prepare for an adventure of a lifetime
Make the most of this invaluable opportunity by:
- Imagining your future – where do you see yourself after your course? How can you take steps during your study towards that future goal?
- Find out about scholarship programmes – some institutions have different types of scholarships ranging from entrance to on-going scholarships.
- Networking – Building international connections is one of the biggest advantages to studying abroad.
- Volunteer – Gain invaluable experience, do good and enhance your CV.
- COOP – Gain real work experience through paid work terms. Nothing beats this as this is real working experience as you pursue your degree programme and counts on your CV.
- Embrace new things – This experience is all about new cultures, cuisines and experiences.
In the lecture hall…
Canadian HE Institutions are well-known for their dynamic, highly involved learning environments. Here you will be able to develop and demonstrate your knowledge and progress your communication skills.
Students are encouraged to collaborate and work together, often being required to complete work in teams and to present their team’s work with the wider class. Teachers, professors and the wider university staff will be happy to help you with your lessons and be there to support you in the successful completion of your course.
Research – Pushing forward
Canada is home to many respected researchers and centres for innovation.
This is a country where industry and academia combine, especially in the areas of: telecommunications, medicine, agriculture, computer technology, and environmental science.
For students in these fields of study, there should be more than ample chance to be a part of what could be industry-changing findings.