Here’s Why You Should Consider Studying In Canada


Canada has an offering of thousands of study opportunities for international students. If you're looking to study in Canada, you might be wondering exactly how you can go about doing so. 


In 2022, Canada was ranked in third place globally for the best quality of life by the U.S. News & World Report. In the same year, seven universities in Canada were ranked among the top 200 in the world in the Times Higher Education, World University Rankings, 2022.

Some experts have found that Canadian universities tuition fees are generally lower than colleges and universities in Australia, the UK and the US.

This is one of many things that international students closely look for before migrating to a different country or continent for study opportunities.

If you are an international student who is looking into migrating to Canada for study opportunities, EduCanada is the source of everything that you need to know about Canada’s education system.

Here are the top five steps that you will need to follow to study in Canada:

Step 1: Find a world-class school or programme

  • Start by doing your research to find the schools or programs that are the right fit for you and also consider where you’d like to live in Canada. Each province and each school in Canada sets their own admission requirements. For more information about programmes and admission requirements, contact the school directly.

Step 2: Make a budget and find out how to pay for your studies

  • To also help you budget, you will need to look at costs such as food, housing, transportation and health insurance in Canada. 

Step 3: Apply to a school

  • When applying to your chosen school, be sure to provide accurate information and the requested documents. Your school will tell you which documents you need and also advise you on what you will need to do next. 

Step 4: Apply to study in Canada

  • Once you’ve received your letter of acceptance, you will need to find out if you need a study permit from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

Step 5: Get ready to come to Canada

  • To prepare for your journey, you will need to arrange your housing, the kind of travel and health insurance you will need, book your flight(s) and find out about baggage limits and customs rules, etc.

If you’re looking for ways to financially support your studies, conduct research on which options you have and also find out whether you’re eligible for a Canadian scholarship.



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