Canada has become the most preferred destination for international students. It is so, because of the multiple favorable options, that Canada provides. Starting from top-rated Colleges and Universities, to internships and Coups, Canada allows students to Excel Academically, along with earning and becoming financially independent. Moreover, Canada has a liberal government policy When it comes to post-study work permits and immigration. Adding a low cost of living is a cherry on the cake and all these make a perfect blend for international students.
Canada being a multi-cultural country, is very ‘warm and friendly’ towards different nationalities. And due to diversified migrants, settling in Canada for years, students witness festivals from varied ethnic groups and get a chance to celebrate them.
Apart from the CO-UP options available with many of the Diplomas in Canada, international students can earn by working 20Hours a week. And after completion of theirs studies, they get a post-study work permit from 1 – 3 years depending upon their respective course studies. For details, you may refer to IRCC’s website.
Canadian Government is quite liberal in terms of favoring Canadian qualified Candidates. It gives ample opportunities to the international students who have spent years in Canada and PR under CEC becomes the most opted option among all. IRCC has much more to give, you may refer to www.canada.ca.
Compared to other countries, the Tuition fee of Canada is a little pocket-friendly, and considering the returns of investment, it is manageable for the students to earn quite enough in a part-time or full-time job. Apart from this, Canada also offers a range of scholarships to qualified students which makes Canadian Education economical.
Canadian Education prepares students for real-world challenges through specially designed programs offering internships/ paid internships options. In such options, students are placed for relevant jobs where they gain valuable Canadian work experience. This further gives international students ‘the competitive experience’ so that they can have the advantage while getting permanent jobs in Canada.
Admission requirements vary from one institution to another,