Canada

Canada is classified as a developed country and its economy depends mainly on the availability of abundant natural products. Canadian citizens attach great importance to education and demand number one quality schools.

Why choose to study in Canada:

1. Chosen as the number one country in the world
According to the United Nations and the Economic Intelligence Unit, Canada has been ranked as one of the 10 best places in the world to live since 1994. According to a United Nations survey, Canada in particular scores highly for access to education, higher life expectancy (because of Universal Health Care system Canada's major cities such as Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal have been recognized as world-class cities for living and working, hygiene and safety.

2. World recognized quality of education
Education in Canada is known globally for its quality and excellence. Canada has 3 universities that are in the top 50 best universities in the world.

3. High-tech countries
Canada is experiencing rapid growth in the high-tech industry and has an international reputation in sectors such as telecommunications, transportation and engineering; in particular, spaceflight, urban transport, micro-electronics, medical equipment, advanced software, hydro-electricity and nuclear power; lasers and opto-lectronics, biotechnology, food and beverage processing, geomatics and the ocean and natural environment industries.

4. Affordable tuition fees
Canadian graduates ranging from certificates, diplomas to doctoral degrees, are equivalent to graduates from universities and vocational schools in the USA. Even with a high standard of quality education, the cost of living and studying in Canada is more affordable than the cost of living and studying in the USA.

5. A safe place to study
Canada is known for a safe, just and peaceful society. The crime rate in Canada continues to decline steadily. Firearms are tightly controlled and generally not allowed in Canada.

6. Cooperation with international industry
The majority of Canadian universities have global links with more than 5,000 active international partnership agreements with partners around the world. More than 90% of Canadian high school graduates are employed in their field of study within six months of graduation and 93% of employers are satisfied with these graduates.

7. Opportunity to settle in Canada
If you have completed your studies in Canada and wish to stay there, you can apply for Permanent Residence (PR) through the 'Canadian Experience Class' which will make the process easier. The requirements needed to apply for a permanent visa are to have completed studies and earned a degree and have at least 1 year of working experience in Canada. Permanent visa applications will take 15 to 18 months to process.

8. Enriching foreign language skills
French is a language that is also spoken and studied in Canada in addition to English. In addition to sharpening English language skills, studying in Canada will also enrich other foreign language skills, namely French.

9. Excellent health insurance
Health insurance in Canada is relatively cheap, but hospitals in Canada have sophisticated facilities and maximum services so that international students will get proper health facilities and services

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