More than half a million international students visit Canada to pursue their higher education due to the quality of education and excellent standards of living, along with the affordable fee structures of the courses. Additionally, most Canadian universities offer scholarship programs to international students reducing the financial burden on families.

Why Pursue Higher Studies in Canada

Canada is one of the topmost desired higher education locations for international students due to its high standard of education, high employment rate, and affordable cost of living. The cultural environment and the growth post-completion of the education make it one of the best choices to pursue your higher education.

Benefits of Studying in Canada

If you are unsure about your decision to pursue higher studies in Canada, here are a few highlights of benefits that you can receive while pursuing your courses in the country of varied landscapes

Excellent Academic Opportunities

Quality of education makes Canada an excellent choice for your university expeditions. The Canadian degree is sought as a symbol of trust and knowledge in terms of the quality of education received by a student. Just to give you an insight, the QS World University Rankings include 20+ Canadian universities in their list.

Affordable Course Fee Structures

Canada is in high demand for higher education because of the quality of education that they provide at affordable budgets. The tuition fee is comparatively much less than in the UK and the US without compromising the quality of education. In addition, you can apply for a bunch of scholarships to lower your educational expenses.

Satisfactory Research Options

Canada strongly focuses on Research and development, giving you immense opportunities to continue your aspirations as a researcher. The Canadian government supports your Research in nearly all fields, including medicine, telecommunication, agriculture, technology, and medicine.

Work Immigration

The PWPP, or Post-Graduation Work Permit Program of Canada, allows students to stay and do jobs for upto three years post-completion of their studies. While you gain some international work experience, you can also apply for a permanent visa later on during your stay in Canada.

Earning Programs

The Canadian government allows international students to work upto 20 hours a week and full-time during the holidays. You don’t need additional permits to work, and your student permit is enough to work as a part-time employee in an organization.

Safe and Peaceful Living

Canada is ranked as one of the safest countries in the world, making it an ideal place to live and study. You won’t be discriminated against, and you can have the same rights as a Canadian resident, even if you are an international student.

Popular Courses in Canada

Hospitality Management


Business Development


Information Technology

Pharmacy Technician

Our Partnered Universities in Canada

McGill University’s School of Continuing Studies, Montreal, Quebec

University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario

Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario (Only UG)

University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia (Only UG)

Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto, Ontario

York University, School of Continuing Studies, Toronto, Ontario

University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario (Only UG)

Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia (M.Enggin Internet working and all UG courses)

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada (Only UG)

Memorial University of Newfoundland, St.John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador(Only PG)

University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario (Only UG)

University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick

University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan

Brock University, St.Catharine’s, Ontario

Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario (Only UG and Pre MBA)

University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta (Only UG)

Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Lakehead University through Georgian College, Barrie, Ontario

University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba